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Congressman Johnson announces 2014 winners of CBCF scholarships

Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) announced the winners of the 2014 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Spouses Education Scholarships. The five winners hail from across the Fourth Congressional Dis


Trinity Awards honor outstanding small nonprofits, community leaders


Small nonprofit organizations shined in the spotlight this month, 11 of them honored as recipients of the Non Profit Trinity Awards.

The third annual program, held Aug. 17 at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Community Center in Decatur, recognized organizations and people who are dedicated to making a difference in the community.

The program included a red carpet, reception, vendors, networking and entertainment by an array of local artists.


“The Nonprofit Trinity Awards’ focus is about being able to recognize, honor and support small nonprofits with a big heart as they regularly help to meet the needs of others, regardless of the fact that they themselves operate with little finances and few volunteer staff,” said Linda Brooks Horton, executive director of the awards program. “Our desire is to bring to light the great work that these nonprofits are doing and encourage them to continue keeping on, reminding them that their labor is not in vain and that their selfless giving will ultimately reap a divine reward.”

The 2014 Nonprofit Trinity Award Winners are:

Be About It, Inc.

The Charity Award


Bridge of Hope, Inc.

The Community Outreach Award


Be Someone, Inc.

The Mentorship Award

Kingdom Now Ministries, Inc.

The Ministry Award

Family Life Restoration Center, Inc.

The Educational Award

Dexter Kilgore

The Achievement Award


Rosemerry Nobe-Nelson

The Lifetime Award


Sherronda Dudley

The Inspirational Award


Voice Today, Inc. 

The Cruelty Prevention Award

Keondrea "Skool Girl" Dupree 


Jai Lee "Little Miss Renaissance"

The Motivational Award

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