Local Black Business Owners Recognized During Black History Month
On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, the Black History Committee chairs of Second Baptist Church of Ypsilanti honored a few of our local black business owners. Eric
Williams, owner of Puffer Reds, Seun Awosika, owner
of Nife's Salon, Bernedia Word, owner of
Glemps, & Jay Melton, owner of Super
Value Cleaners, were distinctly recognized and
showcased for our Black History celebration. Also recognized was Andrew Mclilley, owner of the pluming service provider,
Mr. Rootout. Pictured above from L to R, Rev. George W. Waddles, Pastor of Second Baptist Church, Joyce Awosika and Vonnie Taylor, Co-Chairs of our Black History
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