On Saturday, August 7, 2021 several community servants were recognized for their unselfish acts of community service involvement. The recognized individuals were honored from the White House Presidential Volunteer Service Award, (PVSA). Those honored were given a signed letter from President Joe Biden, a Certificate of Recognition highlighted by AmeriCorps in partnership with Points of Light. Each recipient also received The President’s Volunteer Service Award Lapel Pin.
A nice meal was provided by HAFH Resource Organization (Inger Coleman Moses, CEO and LuKesia Coleman and daughter Zaria Coleman served the attendees. Photography was provided by a member of the Atlanta Press Club. Photography and Video was provided by Stoni Taylor, Dwaine Govan and Jolana Hayes of Black Tape Radio Film Works. Teen vocalist Avanni Cherie sang a beautiful rendition of Ave’ Maria during the program.
This practice of recognition was established by an executive order signed in 2003 by President George W. Bush to encourage continuous volunteerism by citizens across the United States.
The recognized 501c3 body of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame Atlanta Chapter approved each individual and was finally able to meet in a socially distant environment and recognized the following individuals…
Kyle Adams, Silas Alexander, Libby Anthony, Ted Astin, Casual Cal, Ryan Cameron, Brenda Davenport, Julian Davis, Edward Driver, Rici de Forest, Paula G. Voice, Arlinda Garrett, Dr. William Gay, Tim Greene, Bernie Hayes, Uvee Hayes, Dee Hill, Debbie Ireland, Eddie Levert, Jr., David C. Linton, John Long, Harry Lyles, Inger Moses, Dr. Rashad Richey, Sharon Seay, Jim Starr, Rick Stephenson, Greg Street and Norma Washington.
Congratulations to each and every one of you!
Marsha Washington George-National Black Radio Hall of Fame Atlanta Chapter President