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Social Committee 

The Social Committee plays a vital role in our community by organizing and managing all of our social events. They work tirelessly to ensure that everyone in the community has the opportunity to come together and enjoy various fun-filled activities throughout the year. One of the highlights organized by the Social Committee is the graduation parade. This event celebrates the achievements of our community graduates and provides an opportunity for the community to come together and show their support.  It is always a joyful and memorable experience for everyone involved. Another popular event organized by the committee is the back to school pool party. This gathering allows families and young people to unwind and enjoy some quality time by the pool before the academic year begins. It is a fantastic way to start the new school year with a splash of fun and relaxation. The Halloween Party is yet another exciting event on the Social Committee's calendar. This spooky celebration brings the community together to enjoy costume contests, haunted houses, and delicious treats. It is a great opportunity for both children and adults to channel their creativity and have a blast. Last but not least, the Social Committee wraps up the year with the Annual Holiday Party. This festive event brings the community together to celebrate the holiday season. It truly captures the spirit of the holiday season and brings joy to community adult members of the community. To stay updated on these exciting events and to ensure your participation, make sure to click on the Social Events Calendar and sign up for the community events. It is a wonderful way to engage with your fellow community members and create lasting memories.


Top Row from Left: Vanessa Moore, Carla Burton, Latoya Robinson, Becky Goldsboro, Kim Bell, Janice Howard

Bottom Row from Left: Angela Stover, Yvonne Hunter, Marilyn Udeh, Miriam Stokes, Yoli Howard, Melanie Boyd

Not Pictured: Marie Boykin, Sabrina Francis, Lynette Gamble, Melva Jones, Nonet Sykes,  

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