According to a press release, the event will be honoring Willie Dean Scott, Milton Brown, J.T. Groce, and Carolyn Brown. Daily Home columnist Maxine Beck will be the guest speaker. The event will be hosted by Mama Hope, an entertainer and frequent guest on Black Entertainment Television (BET).
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Refreshments will be served.
“As we continue to celebrate black history 365 days per year, it is with pleasure that we honor those who have completed all requirements of the computer training levels 101 through 104,” according to a flier announcing the event. “Let us continue to make history as we chart our future.”
The Harvest Center is also continuing to offer computer classes in both daytime and in the evening.
”Start at the basics and go beyond,” the flier says. “Stop by the center and take a tour, pick up a calendar of classes, and enroll. Knowledge and skills provide you the ability to move beyond.”
For more information, please contact the center at 256-268-8126 or at email@example.com. Please ask for Robert Marshall or Ann D. Spell.