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     February 28, 2018      #42-58 a2z

Pembroke program honors its very own

El programa Pembroke honra a los suyos

Shalone Graves

Black History Month celebrations have been held in Pembroke Township for years, but the latest one took on added significance.

The first ever remembering "Pembroke's Very Own" was held on Saturday at Lorenzo R. Smith School.

The two-hour communitywide celebration included singing performances by The Pembroke Community Choir, Pembroke school dancers, a poetry by Roniya Gibbs, Pembroke History and the Kuumba Soul Band, among others.

Four of the community's most respected senior citizens were honored: Mrs. Lucille Hayes, ...

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