The largest graduating class of the 100 Academy Mentoring Program were honored at the 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock Christmas Gala on Dec. 14 at the DoubleTree Hotel.
The 30 young men, sharply dressed in suits and ties provided by men's clothing store Fauzio's, were given certificates for completing the eight-week program that provides support, guidance and mentoring from the 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock.
The sold-out event included a welcome by chapter President Muskie Harris, dinner and a program with a keynote address by Rush Harding, CEO of Crews and Associates. New chapter members Andre Simmons, Lott Rolfe and Greg Johnson were welcomed and pinned by Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge Leon Johnson.
The 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock is part of a national organization that addresses the needs of youth, families and communities by mentoring and focusing on education, health and wellness, economic empowerment and leadership development.Gallery: 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock Christmas Gala
High Profile on 01/06/2019
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