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FOUNDATION CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF SERVICE
Dr. Clifton Davis-
Minister, Actor & Singer/Songwriter
Celebrates 20th Anniversary
With the Foundation
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation marked its 20th Anniversary with an evening of celebration on Saturday, August 13, 2011 from 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. at Houston Community College (HCC)-Central Campus, 3100 Main | Houston, TX 77002. The event's theme was "With Hope and Faith, We've Come This Far." (click to view event flyer)
The guest speaker for the anniversary celebration was Dr. Clifton Davis, who is best known for the series "That's My Mama." A real life minister, Davis also portrayed a minister on the prime time series "Amen" and is featured on a regular basis on TBN network. Before finding fame in acting, Davis worked as a songwriter, most famously penning The Jackson 5's #2 hit "Never Can Say Goodbye."
In conjunction with the Foundation's 20th Anniversary, the organization honored exceptional community leaders for their leadership abilities, career achievements, civic responsibility, wise judgment and positive impact upon our nation.
Citizen Improving America Award Recipients
Event photos are available for purchase from Kirby Mack Photography and Design- www.kirby-mack.com. Email Kirby Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Video of the celebration is available for purchase from McGill Video Productions- www.videobymcgill.com. Email LB McGill at email@example.com for more details.
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