)Rhonda Aaron founder of Sister Friends United a 501c3 non-profit organization consist of a diverse sisterhood of women ranging in age from 27-61. Founded in October 2007 became incorporated in the State of Arkansas with a mission to “empower women to better serve the community”. This Saturday they are hosting their 15th annual “Women of Excellence Awards hosted by Santa Jean, the Kokie Queen at the Holiday Inn Airport at 6:30pm. For sponsorship and ticket information visit Sisterfriendsuntied.com. or call 501-786-1801
2)Lafrancis Phifer with The CALL in Pulaski County, the model of The CALL was developed, in partnership with the Arkansas DHS Division of Children and Family Services to educate, equip, and encourage the Christian community to provide a future and a hope to the children in foster care in Arkansas. This is foster care awareness month if you’d like to make a difference in a child’s life by becoming a foster parent contact to CALL @ thecallinarkansas.org.
3)Evangeline Parker with Miss Teen Promises, a female Preparatory and Scholarship program helping females between the ages of 6 and 25 become more Positive, Poised, Professional, Productive, and Polished Young Ladies. The program provides mother and daughter teams, or female and her mentor a positive environment to learn, grow shine together and earn scholarship funds and prizes. For Registration and Sponsorship visit missteenpromise.com