The Bon Ami Civic & Service Club recently held their annual Black History program at Franconia CME Church in Aliceville. This year’s theme was “African Americans in Times of War”. Club Member Cynthia Gilmore served as the program’s mistress of ceremony.
Throughout this program, the crowd was entertained by the harmonic sounds of the A.E.S. Voices of Inspiration. Introduced by his brother, Naeem Corder, the guest speaker for the afternoon was Seliman Corder, formerly of Aliceville.
Mr. Corder, who has served in the U. S. Army, is owner and CEO of Blue Beginning in South Carolina. He is a graduate of Aliceville High School, Washington State University, and Centralia University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Business Administration with emphasis in human resource.
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