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    12 elected to state NAACP leadership; two take on new roles

    The Louisiana State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has elected state-wide leaders. On Saturday, Jan. 11, Judge John Michael Guidry swore in the new leadership during a ceremony at the Capitol Center. Inducted were:

    State President Michael McClanahan continues another term as the presiding leader of the organization. He is employed as a home manager at Harmony II with Harmony Center Incorporated. In this role, he provides supervision and direct care to mentally challenged adult males. Much of this experience was obtained when he co-founded M & T Outpatient Rehab Center for residents who need treatment for alcohol and drug usage. A gifted handyman, he also spends time renovating floors, bathrooms, and kitchens with his home repair company, M&T Corner. He and his wife, Patricia, have two children, Ymine and Torin. (More)

    Two new state leaders were elected.

    Marja Broussard

    Marja Broussard

     

    Marja Broussard, who leads Lafayette’s NAACP chapter, has been elected vice president of Dist. D throughout Calcasieu parish. 

     

     

     

     

    Alvin Joseph

    Alvin Joseph

     

     

    Alvin Joseph, president of the Lake Charles Branch will lead Dist. E.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    NAACP 2020 officials

    Re-elected were:

    • Levon LeBan, D.D  as state vice president. He also serves as president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference New Orleans Chapter.
    • Charles “CD” Heckard continues his role as state treasurer/registrar. He has served as treasurer of the NAACP Ouachita Parish Branch in Monroe.
    • Laura Bowman, Secretary
    •  Dr. Charles Cole, Chaplain
    • Dist. A Vice President Kevin Gabriel
    • Dist. B Vice President: Jerome Boykins
    • Dist. C Vice President: Reginald Devold
    • Dist. F Vice President: Chipps Taylor
    • Dist. G Vice President: Windy Calahan
    • Dist. H Vice President: Lloyd Thompson

    History of the Louisiana NAACP 

    ONLINE: http://lanaacp.org

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  • Camphor designated as a ‘United Methodist Historical Site’

    Throughout February, Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church will celebrate its new distinction as a United Methodist Historical Site by The United Methodist General Commission on Archives and History.

    Each Sunday will celebrate a special theme:

    Sunday, February 3 at 10:55 a.m. Theme:  “History of Methodism”

    Sunday, February 10 at 10:00 a.m. Theme:  “Walk Down Memory Lane” (Recognizing Camphor Trailblazers)

    Sunday, February 17 at 10:55 a.m.  Theme:  “Faithful Living and Sharing God’s Word” (Youth Sunday)

    Sunday, February 24 at 10:55 a.m.  Dedication Service. Theme:  “A Historical Celebration Leading to the Future”.  Speaker will be Judge John Michael Guidry, Louisiana Court of Appeal, First Circuit, Second District.  Reception after the worship service and dedication ceremony in the Moses T. Jackson Fellowship Hall at the church.

    Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church is located at 8742 Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Baton Rouge Community and surrounding areas are invited to attend.  For further information please call the church at 225-775-4106.

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