Mrs. Caroline Baker Allen (Founder), Mr.
Samual Allen (Society Advisor) and
Reverend Dwight Dewitt Baggett and Mrs. Novella Sylvania Lee Baggett (Alumni)
Charlie H. Hill, Educator and Civic Activist
Mr. Charlie H. Hill was the first black to hold political office in Ft Walton Beach, Florida. He worked as a teacher, principal and attendance coordinator for the Okaloosa County School District. He served as principal at Brook Elementary School and Combs Hight School From 1953 to 1968. Most of those years were before county schools were intgergrated in 1964. He was elected to Ft Walton Beach City Council in 1973 and served two (2) terms. At the time of his death, he was doing part-time consulting work and serving on the Okalloosa-Walton County College Board of Trustees.
Is there a Place in American Business for Willie
Enterprise - Jun 1980 - Google Books Result
Willie Armstrong was honored by the Harlem Branch YMCA as a Black Achiever. Black Enterprise - Sep 1980 - Google Books Result
Willie Armstrong greets President Ford as manager of Sheraton Park Hotel in Washington, DC. Black Enterprise - Apr 1975 - Google Books Result
Venus Kent Books
2012 World Choir Games . First time held in the US and the largest
convention ever hosted by Cincinnati, OH.
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