Savannah Section National Council of Negro Women “Continuing the Legacy”


The Savanah Section of the National Council of Negro Women is Continuing the Legacy by commemorating 25 years of being organized and chartered with an Anniversary luncheon February 29. The 25th Anniverary luncheon will be held GSU Armstrong campus in the Student Union Ballroom beginning at 11:30 am. Dr. Lois Keith, Nattional Leadership Chair from Atlanta, Georgia is the Keynote Speaker. The public is is invited and are welcome to attend however, tickets are $50 and must be purchased by February 20th. Tickets may be obtained by contacting Estelle Mannion @ 912-441-6813. Ms Mannion is chair of anniversary program and organizer of the Section.

Savannah Section is one of two hundred and fifty community based sections nationwide. It’s mission, (in keeping as national’s) is to improve the quality of life for women, children and their families.

The National Council of Negro Women, Inc (NCNW) was founded by Mary McLeod bethune in 1935. It is an organization of organizations with and outrach of over four million worldwide. NCNW is a membership organization and all women are welcome to join regardless of race, creed or national orgin. NCNW also accepts men as associate members.

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