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By Audrey Johnson 301-922-5384

AN AFTERNOON OF MUSIC

Sunday, May 31, 2020 at 4 p.m., Family Ministry at Providence-Fort Washington United Methodist Church is sponsoring “An Afternoon of Music”.  The program will feature members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated from the Metropolitan area of Washington, DC, MD, and VA.  Karleen Powell, Choir Director, Charlotte Douglass, Accompanist.  Guest Artist Reverend Rosemarie Jones, Pianist.  The program will be held at Providence-Fort Washington United Methodist Church, 10610 Old Fort Road, Fort Washington, Maryland 20744.  Rev. Kermit C.C. Moore, Pastor.  Free Will Offering.

Music performed will include African American Heritage songs, praise songs, and contemporary religious music you have heard throughout the years.  The Family Ministry want to raise the awareness of our church and its programs, as well as to generate support to enrich the activities of the Family Ministry for the overall welfare of the community.    Join us as one body and praise God for all He has done and continues to do for us.

As a donor a portion of the donation will also support the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority scholarship organizations, Educational Advancement Foundation.  Because of your generosity, your name or business name will appear in our church program.  Levels of support are Patron ($2.00–$9.00), Bronze ($10.00–$24.00) Silver ($25.00–$49.00) Gold ($50.00–$74.00) Platinum ($75.00–$100).

Deadline to be listed in the program is Sunday, May 3, 2020.  Please make check or money order payable to Providence-Fort Washington, UMC.  In the memo section of your check:  write “Family Ministry Concert”.  Mail your payment to:  Attn:  Jocelyn Moore, Providence-Fort Washington UMC, 10610 Old Fort Road, Fort Washington, Maryland 20744.  For additional information, please contact Jocelyn Moore, Coordinator of Family Ministry at 240-755-9008. 

PRESIDENT BREAUX

Daily Record names Bowie State University President Dr. Aminta H. Breaux to top 100 Women List.  Dr. Breaux was honored for outstanding professional achievement, leadership and mentoring.

“I am honored to be recognized with such dynamic and influential women leaders in the Daily Records 2020 class of Maryland’s Top 100 Women, said President Breaux.  “As the first woman president of Maryland’s first historically black college or university (HBCU), I am grateful to have been afforded an opportunity to build my career on providing thousands of young people with access to quality education that transforms lives.  My passion for public education is what inspires me every day, advancing public education.”

“Dr. Breaux has served as the visionary 10th president of Bowie State University since 2017, bringing more than 30 years of diverse higher education leadership experience.  She is committed to ensuring that every Bowie State University student develops an entrepreneurial mindset to achieve success in rapidly changing workplaces and communities.  She initiated a university-wide focus to infuse entrepreneurship education across the disciplines and has led the effort to build an Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community, slated to open in fall 2021.  She also brought the Saxbys Experiential Learning Program to the campus, which recently celebrated the opening of the coffee and social impact company’s first exclusively student-run café at an HBCU.”

“Dr. Breaux is a leading voice in 21st century education, and because of her extensive knowledge and expertise, she has been tapped to serve in multiple leadership roles.  She was appointed to the President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Governor’s P-20 Leadership Council of Maryland.  She is Vice Chair for the Board of Directors for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), Bowie State’s athletic conference.  She was one of the key leaders involved in bringing the popular CIAA Basketball Tournament to Baltimore from 2021–2023.”

“Dr. Breaux is also deeply committed to serving her community, particularly with programs and support activities that enrich the lives of children and youth.  She is a member of the board of directors for the Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable, Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce and the University of Maryland Capital Region Health.  The Daily Record has presented more than 1,500 women with this honor.”  Media Contact: Damita Chambers, dchambers@bowiestate.edu. 

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