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The Drum / Join the DC A&T Alumni for our 2014 Honoree Gala
« on: February 26, 2014, 12:10:17 PM »
Join the North Carolina A&T State University Alumni Association – DC Chapter for an evening of dancing and drinks to support local high achieving students and local alumni initiatives. Our theme this year:

"Embracing Our Past, Creating Our Future, A Night of Preeminence"

The Annual Honoree Gala will take place on Saturday, April 26 from 7:00pm-12:00 midnight at the Bolling Club on Joint Base Anacostia – Bolling.

Guests will be treated to a live band, open-bar (time limited), a gourmet dinner and much more. It will be a great party for an amazing cause!

2014 DC Chapter Award Winners
Kristen Rutledge, class of 1989
Ike Woodard Distinguished Service Award

Felecia Brown, class of 1989
Dr. Joseph McKinney Achievement Award

Darryl Foster, class of 2004
Mae Holmes Young Alumnus Award

2014 Hall of Fame Inductees
Anthony "TJ" Jackson, 
Lt. Col. Eugene Parsons (USA Ret)
Colonel David H. McElveen (USAF Ret)
Barbara Patterson

2014 National Achievement Awards
Lt. Col. Herbert Tillery (USA Ret), class of 1970
Representative Edolphus Towns, class of 1956 (nominated)

Ticket Information:
General Admission: $75 (includes entrance into the Gala and time-limited open-bar)
Tables: $750 (tables seat 10 and includes entrance into the Gala and time-limited open-bar)

Be a Patron or Sponsor of the 2014 Honoree Gala -
Advertise at the 2014 Honoree Gala  - Advertisements start at $50.00 -

The Drum / HBCU Think Tank @ North Carolina A&T
« on: January 14, 2006, 07:06:00 AM »
"HBCU Think Tank 2006 @ North Carolina A&T

  The HBCU Think Tank (Feb 2-4) is an educational, motivating, and inspiring conference that involves all historically black colleges and universities fro"

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