People, March 21 - 27, 2012

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Dade Heritage Trust presented its 14th Annual Womens History Month Luncheon at the city of Miami Legion Memorial Park at 644 NE 7th Ave on Monday, March 19th. The program, Recognizing Pioneer Women in Miami City Cemetery, presented an original script written by Leome S. Culmer.The 2012 honorees were Charlotte Bannister, Merline Roberts Johnson, Natalia Eve Lightbourne, and Marie Nabbie Munnings. The 34th annual Youth Day Observance Sunday will be April 15th at 10:45 a.m. at St. Agnes Episcopal Church. The St. Scholasticas Chapter of Episcopal Women will present this observance. The Youth Day speaker will be Ladarius Albury Williams. Get well wishes to the following persons: Phillip Wallace, Thelma Dean, Cherryl Silas, Wilhelmina Stirrup-Welch, Louise H. Cleare, Lottie Major Brown, Florine Welch, Venda Rei Gibson, Bertha Martin and Naomi Allen-Adams. Congratulations to Tenermarie and Euclides Jimenez on the birth of their baby, Alejandra Rain Jimenez, born on Jan. 8th at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Hearty congratulations goes out to Bertha Martin and the late Harry Paul Martin whose lovely daughter Eileen Martin and Gregory Robinson were married on March 3rd (which is also Gregorys birthday) by her minister, Reverend Joretha Capersat Ebenezer Methodist Church. Eileen is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman University. She directs the boys and girls MASK group at Ebenezer and is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha. The Miami alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta is partnering with Rhonda Eyes Alliance to collect needed eyeglasses of all kinds. Ask your family members and friends for prescription, reading or sunglasses that will be donated to the people of Haiti. The alliance will travel to Haiti in April to offer assistance to the people of Haiti with eye exams, medications, eye glasses and surgeries. Call any Delta you know and we will be happy to come by and pick them up. Thanks in advance! I know I am late with this, but as the saying goes, better late than never! Deltas honored our beloved Soror Dorothy Graham at our meeting in January as she marked her 96th birthday on Jan. 25th. Did you know that? How wonderful! In Miami, some returning home for the wedding of Yvetta R. Jones and Fedrick Ingram were Willie and Rhonda Turner, former Miamians now living in Atlanta, Georgia; Willie B. and Bianca and family of Atlanta, Winifred M. Rodgers (another former Miamian) now living in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; Tresa Balou of Tampa, Fla. and Dr. Candice Balou also of Tampa, Fla. Yvette is the daughter of Ronald Jones and Kathy J. Smith. She is also the granddaughter of Sylvia Sandsof Miami. Fedrick is the son of Richard and Susie Ingram of Miami and the grandson of the late Gussie Law. Home for her spring break from Florida A&M University, Raynal Sands and one of her friends who also attends FAMU, Eylese Robinson. Eylese hails from Detroit, Michigan and truly enjoyed her spring break. She was Raynals house guest. By Anna Grace Sweeting