The most valuable piece of advice that I received when I was new to the family genealogy research, was to return the search process and review the same documents that I had earlier discovered. Just days ago, I reviewed the information on my ancestors – again – I found new information about my ancestors. MyContinue reading “#36 Go Back: Find a piece of history by taking a piece of advice”
This image is lasting. There is a direct connectivity between cheering young folk onto their next level and sustained success. Great job, Dads, and the folk who had this idea. twitter.com/priscillashirer/status/1163494811258806272
I was in that place. I was a “baby Christian” as my Atlanta area pastor used to call us who stayed in the same spot without spiritual growth.
July 15, 2019, Tallahassee, Fla. — It’s 3:20 p.m. on a hot summer day and Keta Browning is cool as a cucumber while answering individual questions from students whose class ended a half hour earlier. Browning was gaining energy ftom every student as she distributed fragrant samples from her Natural Oats Co. assortment of homemadeContinue reading “Update: FAMU Alumna Keta Browning credits her alma mater for “natural” passion in successful business start up”
Media Advisory Omaha Community Leader’s Street Renaming Ceremony: Dr. Rodney Sam Wead ____________________________________ WHEN: 1:30 p.m., Friday, September 14, 2018 WHERE: 52nd and Ames Avenue (Ceremony may be held one block from official site @52nd and Fowler Avenue in the interest of safety) WHAT: Omaha City Council President Ben Gray introduced the proclamation and receivedContinue reading “Omaha community activist and leader (my Dad) honored on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018: Dr. Rod Wead Street Naming”