Bank Street Memorial Baptist Church located at 7036 Chesapeake Boulevard, in Norfolk, will be the site for a wonderful gospel concert sponsored by the male and female usher ministries of Bank Street. The Norfolk Deliverance Center Community Choir, which is directed by Kenneth Flythe, will perform at 6:00pm on Saturday, June 1, 2013.
The Chesapeake Chapter of Pinochele Bugs Social and Civic Club, Inc. members Perdethia Lowery, Wanza Dodson, Vivian Boykins, Maxine Green and Norma Taliaferro were delighted and honored to have five new ladies who are professionally diverse yet extremely compatible socially to join their organization. Inductees included Sheila Jackson, Lori Anderson, Josie Smith, Wilma Horne and Denise Tanner. Although all of these ladies love to play pinochle, they strive to foster interest in social, economic, cultural and civic issues of the Hampton Roads community.
You are cordially invited to attend the Virginia Beach Section of the National Council of Negro Women’s Scholarship/Fundraiser. There will be a reception and musical concert by R&B AWARD WINNERS “EN VOGUE.” The reception is schedule from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8 p.m.
This wonderful concert will take place, Friday, May 3, 2013, at Crispus Attacks Theatre located at 1010 Church Street in Norfolk, Virginia. The cost is $50 per person. For more information, please contact Selma at (757) 233-0600; Deborah at (757) 467-0634; Harriette at (757) 474-2149; or Dorothy at (757) 490-8323.
The Norfolk Chapter of the Norfolk State University Alumni Association (NSUAA) presented the 32nd Annual Noah F. and Georgia A. Ryder Commemorative Concert featuring the Boys Choir of Hampton Roads. This wonderful concert was held, Saturday, April 20, 2013, at the Historic Bank Street Memorial Baptist Church. Under the direction of Julius E. McCullough, these young men performed magnificently. In the absence of Geraldine T. Boone, founder and accompanist of the Boys Choir of Hampton Roads, Cecilia B. Hamlin was a wonderful accompanist.
The Hampton Roads community, for the past 113 years, has been blessed to have the Journal and Guide as a voice for the black community. Thank you, Brenda Hughes Andrews, for having the fortitude and perseverance to the keep the vision of P. B. Young, Sr., founding publisher of the historic Journal and Guide (now known as The New Journal and Guide) thriving in these tough times.