The North Heights Advisory Committee will share the plans for a new industrial laundry project. This project is expected to create living wage jobs handling industrial laundry orders from hospitals and hotels, and will provide opportunities for employee ownership of the business. At that same meeting, learn about plans to sponsor historical district sign toppers for street signs in North Heights.
When: February 13th 6pm Where: Black Cultural Center at 901 N Hayden
This is not an NAACP sponsored event, but is an important community event that anyone interested in building a stronger Amarillo should attend.
Amarillo Branch NAACP organized a day of service in honor of the work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. People from all walks of life came together to work and learn as a community. Community leaders and candidates participated in the work, then gathered to answer any questions posed by the community at a 79107 Matters event that evening.
Please join WT and the Neal Family for the Dedication and Ribbon Cutting of the Nathaniel and Helen Neal Multicultural Suite at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3 in Legacy Hall. Watch the ribbon cutting live at live.wtamu.edu.
ATTENTION, NOTICE: the Executive Committee Meeting for tonight is Cancelled. There are a number of events tonight that our members Need to attend and participate in. We will see you all Saturday at the general meeting. Thanks
Please join us for a day of service honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.
Monday January 20th
9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Community Wide Cleanup (check-in at Warford Activity Center 1330 NW 18th) 12:00PM – 3:00PM Volunteer Lunch (Warford Activity Center 1330 NW 18th) 30+ vendors with community resources 4:00 – 6:00 PM 79107 Matters (Black Historical Cultural Center – 901 N. Hayden)
There will be a community meeting tomorrow to discuss the recent shooting which occurred in the early morning hours Friday. This meeting will be at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in the basement meeting area at 12:30 pm.
Contrary to news reports, this meeting is not sponsored by the NAACP although members will be in attendance along with other members of the community. The NAACP is one of many organizations, members of law enforcement and members of the community who were invited by the organizer, Rev Sands, Pastor Mt. Zion Baptist Church to participate.