The Savannah Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Incorporated has retained Dr. Ann Levette as the speaker for their annual Harambee Breakfast. The breakfast will be held April 28, 2018 beginning at 9:00AM in the community room of EOA 617 East Anderson Street. Dr. Ann Levette, Superintendent of Chatham County Public School System is pleased she was asked to speak and deliver the message encompassing the theme; “Strengths United Create a Stronger Community.”
Several Chartered, Life and Legacy Life members will be honored for their years of outstanding service. The members to be honored are; Estelle Mannion, the Savannah Section’s Organizer, Charter and Life Member, Legacy Life Members Swannie M. Richards and Prophetess Hazel Scott, Charter and Life Members Betty Lasseter, Sara D. Herring.and Alma Addison Member Pat Bray is being recognized for her lengthy service of loyalty and dedication.
The Harambee Breakfast serves as a venue to bring unity and harness the collective powers of women. It is also the section’s annual major fundraiser for 2018. All NCNW affiliates, past members, friends of NCNW and the general community are invited to come. Tickets are $40 in advance. Those desiring a ticket may call the program chair at 912-441-6813.