- Faith & Family
Traveling to New York City by train and airplane were the following young ladies who reported having a wonderful time when they went to see two Broadway shows and attended the Wendy Williams show: Vivian R. Johnson, Betty D. Major, Jackie Rawls, Bertha Glover, Lorraine King and Emma Curry.
Get well wishes goes out to all of you: Denise Flores, Naomi Adams, Inez McKinney-Johnson, Norma Culmer-Mims, Frankie Rolle, Sue Francis, Mildred “PI” Ashley, Winston Scavella, Veronica O’Berry, Eva Johnson, Lona Brown-Mathis, Terri Lynn Kelly, Jacqueline F. Livingston, Julia Johnson-Dean, David Wilson, Wilhelmena Welsh and Louise H. Cleare. May good health soon return to you.
Thedore Dean’s funeral was held Saturday, Oct. 22nd. Your family and friends will miss you “Dino.”
Sympathy to Helen Ward McKoy, whose son, Ronald Sands died last week. Deepest sympathy to Helen and her family in their loss.
Cynthia Smith-Bethel celebrated her 82nd birthday on October 1 with a few of her friends, who paid her a visit. Happy birthday Cynthia.
Saint Agnes Episcopal Church Daughters of The King spent a week attending the Kanuga Conference in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Among those in attendance: President Leome S. Culmer, Cynthia L. Brown, Angela Culmer, Ardie Bell Edwards, Melvern Mathis, Gay F. Outler, Pamela Smith and Sheryl Troutman.
Congratulations goes out to The Vestry and members of The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration who celebrated 55 years of sharing Christ’s ministry on Sunday, Oct. 30th in Miami Lakes at Don Shula’s Hotel.
Congratulations go out to Sharria Winnette Scavella, daughter of Winston and Gloria P. Scavella and sister of Arthur Scavella, who was awarded the Associate of Arts degree from the University of South Florida and the Bachelor of Science degree, Summa Cum Laude in Psychology from Carlos Albizu University on October 14.
The acolytes of Saint Agnes Episcopal Church along with their parents and chaperones enjoyed a fantastic weekend in Washington, D.C., where they toured The White House, Tour of Howard University, America’s first Cathedral, National Great Blacks in Wax Museum and other historical sites.