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Dr. Richard Strachan | 5/29/2014, 9 a.m.
5000 Role Models of Excellence Project completed its 21st annual graduation and scholarship awards ceremony with a transaction program script ...

5000 Role Models of Excellence Project completed its 21st annual graduation and scholarship awards ceremony with a transaction program script exploring how the program is by the selected persons. It took place at the Historical St. Agnes Episcopal Church with father Denrick Rolle, Rector and Pastor

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Dr. Richard Strachan

100 graduates, parents, other relatives and supporters. Dr. Richard Strachan will begin the musical prelude at 2:45 until 3:15. He would then begin playing “Pomp And Circumstance” until all site directors, mentors, new inductees have entered the sanctuary. Script indicates Dr. Theron A. Clark will asked all men to be seated for the entrance of Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson, Founder, while reporting Dr. S. Sean Madison, President of Broward College South Campus, is a guest.

Script indicated Judge Hendon & Judge Rodney Smith would bring on inductees to be sworn in. They called Chief Steven Johnson, Major Alfred Lewers, former Director Robert Parker, Mayor George Vallejo, Arnold Montgomery, Lamarc Anderson, Fed Ingram, Chief Maurice Kemp, Marcus Dixon, and Paul Wilson. Holton was instructed to spell out the Medallion symbolizes Strength, Endurance, Wisdom, Knowledge, Courage, Power, All obstacles, and determination to become a contributing law abiding citizen, Baltimore concluded the program introducing Jeffery Swain, director, FMU, followed by Dr. Strachan playing “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” while the building emptied.

Congratulations to church delegates who were chosen to represent their church at the P.U.L.S.E. “33rd Annual Convention.” We look forward to celebrating PULSE’s long and successful history. We will discuss important business and review our accomplishments of the past year. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Rudolph “Rudy” Moise, a successful and committed doctor and community leader.

This year’s convention will be held, Saturday, May 17 at the Zion Hope MBC, located at 5129 NW 17th Avenue. Rev. Dr. Edward Mitchell is the pastor and our theme is “Putting On The Whole Armor of God and Reclaiming The Vision Through Economic Empowerment.” Registration will be held 9 a.m. and ends at 12 p.m. Again, we are looking forward to having one of our most successful conventions which commemorates Thirty-33 years of excellence, as we have sought to empower the “powerless” through community organizing.

Congratulations to Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc, Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter on its 51st Annual Rhomania. A big salute for the Buds and Escorts that were: Shayla Asare-Kolou, Michael E. Zavalets, Kayia Curtis, Jeremiah Thomas, Caitlyn Duffie, Marshall Washington, Nyrah Fisher and Keith Patterson, Jr., Armani Harris, Kendrick Moss, Kortni Harrell, Jeffrey Jean, Brinanna Johnson, Alfonso J. Ervin, IV, Quintavia McKay, Eric Walker, Tia Mellerson, Garrett Lee, Sarinna Reese, Tre’ Reid, Danielle Walker, Dedric Hill, Jayla Ware, Alvin Herring, III, Jayla Ware and Jared James, Aniah Watts and Dewey Hyler, Jr. Now, get ready to become a Rose.

Special kudos go out to Arcola Lakes Singing Angels for singing Hezekiah Walker’s Every Praise and Richard Smallwood’s Total Praise. M. Simmons, Director, Constance T. Ekon, President, Carolyn Frazier, Brenda Hadley, Daphne Johnson, Joe and Shelia Mack, E. James, J. Miller, G. Pacely, Tillie Stibbins, Ramona Varner, Mamie Williams, Ruby Allen, Letitia Bowden, and S. Williams.