pictured above Laroy Hall / ”Streets Poet”
Twenty-five outstanding women will be honored at the No More Tears annual Homicide Awards Dinner, March 12, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Lucarelli’s Banquet Center, 1830 Abbott Road, Lackawanna.
Laroy Hall/”Streets Poet,” a South Carolina-based Life Coach, inspirational and motivational speaker with a huge social media fan base, will deliver the keynote message. “Still I Rise” is the theme of the event.
March is National Women’s Month and the program will pay tribute to women of homicide families who have endured heartbreaking pain but managed to keep going; women who have held and are still holding families and children together; and women who consistently work behind the scenes to make things happen in the community.
The No More Tears organization is hosting the program. Tina Sanders is founder and Tracey Mullen is No More Tears Event Coordinator.
The No More Tears, Still I Rise Honorees include:
Shaunte McMillon, Tanisha Tillman, Karla Bishop, Monica Jordan-Webster, Bobbie Brown, Camille Williams, Al-Nisa Banks, Mia Ayers-Goss, Donetta Tetter, LaShelle Roberson, Cheryl Ruttlen, Tonja Newkirk, Nichole Walls, Lillian McCall-Baker, Amy Vossen-Vukelic, Tecrette Gist, Cornetta Simmons, Daisy Wilkins, Hannah Buehler, Tonya Renee Morris, Elder Kendra Walker, Chantele Thompson, Zeneta Everhart, Konji Carson, Mary Greene and Candace Moppins.
Tickets are $50 each; Tables $500. Cash App $Bama1020 or Zelle (no personal Checks).
For more details or souvenir journal information call Tina Sanders 716-816–8264 or Tracey Mullen 716-698-6785.
Please join us for this memorable event.