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RH MLK ‘virtual’ parade set for Saturday
Parade can be seen on Facebook, Youtube
NAACP virtual
Members of the Bryan County NAACP preparing Jan. 7 at the Veterans Memorial at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill for the group’s participation in Saturday’s virtual Dr. Martin Luther King Parade Jr. Photo by Jeff Whitten.
MLK 2021 flyer

Bryan County NAACP officials gathered Jan. 5 at the Veterans Memorial at J.F. Gregory Park to introduce officers and shoot some introductory video for the Richmond Hill MLK Observance Committee’s 2021 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the parade will be presented to the public virtually beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, according to organizers, and can be watched on Facebook and Youtube.

The links are here:

You Tube 


As for the 2021 slate of officers in Bryan County NAACP Branch No. 5648, they include: President Johnnie Quiller; 1st Vice President Dave Williams; 2nd Vice President Shawanda Perry; Secretary Vernadette China; Assistant Secretary Alicia Clyburn; Treasurer Alica Fields; Assistant Treasurer Thomasina Butler.

The group’s executive committee includes Clyde Shephard, armed forces and veterans affairs; Luella Sanders, economic development; Sandra Workman, political action; Karen Grant, education; Marcus Thompson, environmental affairs and climate justice; Lorenzo Ross, religious affairs; Cynthia Dickson, freedom fund; Joseph McKinley, membership; Ronald Carswell, housing; Tony Murphy, labor and industry; Princess Bolen, youth works; Hubert Quiller, legal redress; Donald Roberts, health; Sheila Fields, finance; Candice Briggs, ACT-SO; Marcia Lawrence, WIN; Adrienne Jackson, young adults; Charita Boles, community coordination; and James Fulwood, criminal justice.

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