9th Annual Educators’ Prayer Breakfast

9th Annual Educators’ Prayer Breakfast

San Bernardino

The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Delta Rho Chapter celebrated its 9th Annual Educators’ Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino.

Bahelila Booth, Swans Club President, accepted the Award for their organization from Mrs. Linda Bardere.

More than 200 attendees gathered for the event where the local organization Social Lites, Inc. was honored for its 60+ years of service to the Inland Empire community and for dedicating more than 50 years in support of local youth through its annual Beautillion program. The Beautillion Scholarship Program is in its 53rd year.    For more information about the Beautillion Scholarship Program contact one of the following: Tina Darling at tribicu2@msn.com; Lisa Blacksher at lisasocialities@gmail.com; or Bettye Brewster at bettyebrewster@yahoo.com.

The Swans Club and Carolyn Tillman were also honored at this years’ Prayer Breakfast for their dedicated work with community youth.

 Mr Derek Harris served as Master of Ceremonies

Ms Vicki Lee performed a dramatic selection.

Header Photo: Carolyn A Tillman, Special Assistant to the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools and Mrs. Linda Bardere. 

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