The 29th Annual Community Awards Banquet will be held March 22nd
at 6:00 p.m. at the Benton Convention Center.
Join Keynote Speaker Ken Spaulding, a gubernatorial candidate for 2016. Spaulding’s campaign slogan is “Courage to Stand for what Matters”. A native of Durham, North Carolina and has served as a practicing attorney through his law office since 1970. He is a graduate of Howard University. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1970. While there, Ken was the first minority to be elected as president of a first-year law class and became the first minority Honor Court Chief Justice. He has gone on to be highly involved in politics and business and is a noted leader the Research Triangle area. Find out more about our speaker here http://www.kenspaulding.com/about.html
Honorees include Man of the Year,Wake Forest School of Law Dean, Blake D. Morant and Twana Wellman-Roebuck, the Executive Director of Experiment in Self-Reliance.
Other Awards will be given to: Organization of the Year, The Social Promoters, School of the Year, Atkins Academic and Technology High School, Church of the Year, New Jerusalem, Human Relations Award, Legal Aid Society, Lifetime Achievement Awards to Billie Matthews, Jim Conrad and Elva Jones, as well as Curator of Art Award, Eddie Bines, and lastly Special Recognitions to Tim Wilson, Camelita Coleman, and Carrie Vickery.
Tickets are $25 per person and include a six month subscription to The Chronicle that can be used as a gift. Tables of 8 are also available. Tickets can be purchased over the phone by calling 336-722-8624, ext 100. You can also mail payments to or purchase in person at, or email Paulette Moore at: email@example.com
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Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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