Seitu’s World: The Harlem Congregations For Community Improvement “Let Us Break Bread” Gala

May 5, 2015

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The Harlem Congregations For Community Improvement (HCCI) Inc. Board of Directors and the Honorary Dinner Chairs co­hosted the HCCI 13th Annual “Let Us Break Bread Together” Awards Dinner, on Thursday April 23, at Marina del Rey, One Marina Drive, Throgs Neck, New York. The Gala begins with a 6 pm reception.

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hcci2hcci3The 2015 Distinguished Honorees included Captain Paul Washington, Former President, The Vulcan Society & Captain of the NYC Fire Department; The New Heritage Theatre Group, accepted by Voza Rivers, Executive Director; Deborah L. Johnson, VP JP Morgan Chase; Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, accepted by Lloyd Williams, President/CEO; Jean Nash Wells, Positive Community Magazine co­founder and editor ­in­chief; Rosemonde Pierre­Louis, NYC Commissioner Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence; Amy Kiros, Gran Piatto D’Oro owner; Rev. Dennis A. Dillon, The Christian Times Inc., President.


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