Monday, November 2, 2009

Beautiful Plain announces humanitarian awards

BINGHAMTON, Press & Sun Bulletin:

The Beautiful Plain Community Development Corporation, affiliated with Beautiful Plain Baptist Church, will hold its first Ball of Distinction from 6 p.m. to midnight Nov. 21 at Traditions at the Glen, 4101 Watson Boulevard, Union.
The organization's focus is to improve the quality of life for residents of Broome County.
The organization will present Beacon of Light Humanitarian awards to people who've given time and talents to better the community.
Local recipients include: Mayor Matthew Ryan; Broome County Executive Barbara Fiala; David Tanenhaus, of the Binghamton Housing Authority; Analusette Shaello-Johnson, of the Broome County Urban League; Rev. Joanne Pace, Hands of Hope Ministry; Rev. Dr. Joseph Sellepack, of the Broome County Council of Churches; Stephanie Eatton-Johnson of Beautiful Plain Baptist Church of Binghamton; Rita Turner of Lincoln Avenue Baptist of Endicott; Rose Simpson of New Heights Ministries of Binghamton; Michelle Spight of Greater Faith & Deliverance Ministries of Binghamton.
Tickets are $35 per person. For journal advertisements and reservations, call Sharon Smalls-Williams at (607) 770-0892 or Alicia Speller at (607) 797-2553.

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