The Orangeburg Branch NAACP annual Black History Calendar Tea will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10, at Mount Pisgah Baptist Church, 310 Green St., Orangeburg. The theme for the program is "Illuminating the Path to Change in Education.”
“The annual Black History Calendar Tea program promotes membership and focuses on the vital role that the NAACP has played in paving the way for freedom and justice,” said Barbara Johnson-Williams, president of the Orangeburg Branch NAACP. Some of the best choirs and individuals from our community will entertain us. In honor of Black History Month, you are invited to view display tables set up by various community organizations.
“This year we will spotlight our youth with presentation of their oratorical skills, recognize churches and organization with the largest NAACP memberships as well as persons who made contributions to the community. It will be our great honor to have you present at our annual Calendar Tea/Black History Program.”
For additional information, please contact Cornelia Stanley, Nettie Jennings Johnson or Barbara Johnson-Williams at 803-534-1598.