Juneteenth Heritage Festival Event Schedule


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Fight Fraud, Waste and Abuse! Louisiana Legislative Auditor!


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ATTENTION !!! JOB FAIR MAY 10th, 2018


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Juneteenth Heritage Festival Parade Application, Due June 9th, 2018

 

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Juneteenth Heritage Festival Vendor Application Due June 9th, 2018

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2018 Miss JuneTeenth Pageant


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JUNETEENTH HERITAGE FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES

 

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Mayor Edward Jones joined the national dialogue on the health of African Americans during a national colloquium hosted by the National Medical Association.

Mayor Edward Jones joined the national dialogue on the health of African Americans during a national colloquium hosted by the National Medical Association. The colloquium, held March 9-12 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC, focused on policy issues, access to care, chronic disease management, violence, opioid/substance use disorders, increased participation in clinical trials, and putting prevention into practice.
Mayor Jones was a panelist during the discussion that specifically addressed the topic, “Policy Panel A: The State and Local Perspective.” The general theme of the colloquium is “The Urgency of Now: Creating a Culture of Health Equity.”
Other panelists pictured include Daniel Dawes, executive director, Health Policy and External Affairs, Morehouse School of Medicine; Indiana State Representative Gregory Porter, President of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators; Johnny Ford, former mayor of Tuskegee, Alabama, and member of the World Conference of Mayors; and Baltimore, Maryland, Mayor Catherine Pugh.

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ANNOUNCEMENT! – SUPPORT Dr. Ruby Higgins

Dr. Ruby Higgins, former Grambling State University Vice President of Student Affairs ,former secretary of the GUNAA, and current
President of the Grambling Alumni Chapter suffered the loss of her house and all of the
family’s belongings to a Fire on Wednesday, February 14th. Her mother Hazel Douglas, her son Raynald, grandchildren Roman and Reagan also lived there and suffered great losses as well. Dr. Higgins is recuperating.

An Account has been set up at The Red River
Credit Union under the name of: “Higgins Fire Fund”
Account # 5022613009
Routing # 311175860

Donations can be received four ways at the Red River credit Union:
WIRE TRANSFER
CASH ADVANCE OVER PHONE
BANK DRAFT
Come to the Red River Credit Union in Grambling
For More Information Call:
Tammie Hill or Kem Locks at the Red River Credit
Union – 318-247-6371.

Additional donations can also be received by MAIL:
P.O. Box 185
Grambling, Louisiana 71245

PayPal:
raynaldhiggins@yahoo.com
(click friends and family)

Cash App
$RHigginsFamily

Venmo
@HigginsFamilyFund

and GoFundMe
https://www.gofundme.com/55q2wyg

Best wishes and prayers can be sent to the Higgins family via text 318-557-8889 or email –
rubydhiggins@yahoo.com.


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Mayor Edward Jones attended the “Love your City” Town Hall meeting on Monday 12th, 2018


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