Anna Sweeting | 12/5/2013, 9 a.m.
Congratulations to Dr. Enid Curtis Pinkney and Dr. Walter T. Richardson, who received the 2013 “Positive Living Award” at the Alliance for Aging. Both recepients of the award are notable pillars in the community. In the company of the recipients were: Frank Pinkney, Dory Lingo, Ruby Rayford, Cecilia Stewart and Maud Newbold. The Dade County Deltas of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. request the honor of your presence at their “Centennial Grand Finale” on Sun. Dec., 8 at the historic St. Agnes Episcopal Church beginning at 5 p.m. followed by a reception at Blackett Parish Hall. The Delta women have enjoyed celebrating a year of sisterhood, scholarship and service.
Curtis Holland, son of Edwin and Gail Holland and grandson of Dr. Gloria Blatch-McPhee, knows that he can dance based on his exemplary performance at the James L. Knight Center last month. Curtis was selected in the top 20 of contestants and became one of the alternates to perform with the top 10 in the “So you think you can dance” traveling show. Congratulations, Curtis.
The historic Lemon City should be officially designated as a historic site by the City of Miami Preservation and Historic Board based on factual and historical information. Then, all of the surrounding area such as Nazarene, Bowles Town, Buena Vista, Little River and Little Haiti should be adopted as visiting sites from one point to another. There may be additional sites that are nameless in the Lemon City boundaries. Calling all pioneers of Lemon City, we need your interesting stories.
The date has been set for St. Cecelia’s ECW chapter’s 18th annual scenic bus tour with stops in Savannah, Ga., and Buford, S.C. The trip will take place from May 23-26 2014.
Wedding anniversary greetings go out to the following couples:
Ronald and Diana Frazier, 9 years.
James and Barbara Patterson, 55 years.
I hope everyone enjoyed a happy Thanksgiving with all of their family and friends.