BLACK & WHITE AWARDS BANQUET
In June of each year, the Queens County Section hosts their Annual Black & White Awards Banquet which provides a platform for the organization to recognize women and men for their exceptional professional contributions and commitment to serving their communities. On June 3, 2018 the Section will recognize 9 distinguished honorees during it's 31st Annual Awards Banquet.
Each November, the Harambee Luncheon provides an opportunity for the Queens County Section to recognize youth ages 12-19 for their outstanding achievements in community service as well as academics or athletics. Youth from the community and from the Queens County Youth Section are active participants throughout the program.
DOROTHY I. HEIGHT STAMP REDEDICATION
On February 1, 2017, Dorothy Height was added as the 40th stamp in the US Postal Service's Black Heritage Series. On March 23, 2017, the US Postal Service presented the 'Dorothy I. Height Forever Stamp Women's History Month Rededication'. The Queens County Section received a proclamation from State Senator James Sanders for our service to the Southeast Queens community. President Pamela Davis served as the keynote speaker and talked about the importance of doing community service. The Queens County Section received a citation from NY State Senator for our commitment to community service.
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