Mitchell to Keynote Hungry Club Breakfast


Clarence Mitchell, III
Clarence Mitchell, III

Businessman and former Maryland State Senator Clarence M. Mitchell, III, will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd Annual Community Appreciation Reception and Luncheon of the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS), on Saturday May 2, 2009, in the Joe Addison Banquet Room of Geneva Geneva’s Restaurant, located at 2812 Bee Road.

A welcome reception at 11:30 AM will be followed by the southern-style buffet luncheon at 12:00 Noon.

In the traditional format of the HCFS, an open forum will follow, allowing interaction and questions from the audience.

Joe Hudson, Hudson Strategic Group of Atlanta, will present a plan that is designed to immediately generate increased income and wealth in the African American community, and Savannahian Henry T. Wilfong, Jr., president,

National Association of Small Disadvantaged Businesses (NASDB) will give an update on his recent visit to Capitol Hill and advise on what we should be doing locally “to become the change that we want to see”.

A member of the illustrious Mitchell family of Baltimore, known for its history of public service and advocacy, Mitchell, III remains active and well-connected to local, national and international affairs.

Today, Mitchell is president and CEO of Vanguard Inc. an international government affairs, public relations and business development consulting company.

He is married to Joyce T. Mitchell, a lawyer and activist. He is the father of five children.

The Hungry Club Forum is a non-profit, communityoriented forum, open to the general public. It is dedicated to providing quality educational, community development and cultural enrichment programs, and to bringing forth involvement and discussion of issues facing the community.

For more information, please call Rev. Carol Q. King at 656-5378 or Diana Harvey Johnson at 927-8425.

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