People, May 9 - 15, 2012

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Please join St. Agnes Guild at our 10:45a.m. service on May 20 as we observe Annual Feminine Emphasis Day. Miranda Albury and Julie Edwards are our chair persons. A gala reception will follow in the parish hall. Dont miss our dynamic speaker,our own Velma Bouie-Arnold. Happy wedding anniversary to the following love birds of the week: Tellisand the Rev. Doris Ingraham, April 30, 29 years; Roosevelt and Yvette E. Meadows, May 2, 14 years. Get well wishers ad prayers for all sick and shut-ins of our community: Thomas Nottage, Naomi Adams, Shayne Hepburn, Iva Dell Miller-Hepburn, CecilStanley Newbold,Ernestine Ross-Collins, Inez McKinney-Johnson, Elouise Bain-Farrington, Yvonne Johnson-Gaitor, Wilhelmina Stirrup-Welch,Frankie Rolle, Frank Cooney, Jr., Lemuel A. Moncur, Phillip R. Wallace, Sue Francis,Princess Lamb, Jacqueline F. Livingston, and Grace Heastie-Patterson. Congratulations to all our high school graduates, as well as those from various colleges and universities. La Darius Nottage visited Bethune-Cookman University to witness the graduation of her son. Other family members attending: Calvina McKinney-Parks, Ellestine McKinney-Allen, Pauline Browne-McKinney and all ofhis aunts and cousins. Last Saturday, another McKinney-Newton Wilson had her fantastic retirement affair. She and hubby Barry Wilsonwill sing their swan song in June and bidthe educational system adios after 35 years each. He was a math teacher and she a media specialist. Welcome to the land of relaxation. The Business and Professional Womens Club held their 35th annual Founders Day luncheon on April 28 at the Miami Shores Country Club. Chairperson for the occasion was Adrian Alexander. Honorees included: Annette K. Williams (Education); Dr. Edward G. Robinson(Leadership); Ms. Wilhelmina Carter (Humanitarian); Dr. LuverniceCroskey (Social Action); Rev. Raymond Carvil Sr. (Law Enforcement); William DCClark (Community Activism); Kha White Davis (Business); Ms. Willie Mae Williams (Community Service); and Ms. Gloria J. Green received the national organizations highest award, the Sojourner Truth Award, presented by her sister Gwendolyn Robinson. The scholarship committee, Ms. Martha Day and Bernadine Bush presented awards and scholarships to Maya Thurston and Kyra Williams. Maya will attend Bethune-Cookman University and Kya will attend University of Miami. Both recipients attained 4.0 GPAs during their high school careers. Other members present were: Clemente Pitts, Regina Hudson, Aquilla Lee, Anna Cohen, Ericka Sasser, Jacqueline Glaze, Leroya Pitts, Jacqueline Sasser, Nikki Cannon, Alice Harrell and Nikki Baker. Kathleen Day Thurstonis president. Love never fails. Love is unconditional, jewelry will be lost and money cant buy love; but giving love and kindness to everyone endures forever. ByAnna G. Sweeting