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Keynote Speaker: Mr. Dominique W. Riggins

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The 39th Annual MLK Breakfast was AWESOME, with a RECORD-BREAKING ATTENDANCE!!! Each of you made it ALL happen...THANK YOU, AGAIN!!!

Our Keynote Speaker Dominique W. Riggins’ Message was thought-provoking, challenging, energizing and motivating. We all left with a clear charge to go INSPIRE others because we are the answer to our own prayers. The blueprint includes: Mentorship, Service, Leadership and Faith in God. Finally, “You Say You Want A King, RAISE HIM!” Thank you Dominique for reminding us that we all are “at risk” if we fail to make positive decisions to ACT...don’t just sit on the sidelines!

Bishop J. Nathan Paige and the MLK Community Mass Choir, thank you once again for setting the atmosphere for an awesome celebration honoring Dr. King. Your vision of UNITY was truly realized in the make up of this diverse 200+ Mass Choir. The voices and musicians are some of the BEST in the business. A very special thank you to Mr. Samuel McPhee, Jr. and the Westover High School Chorale, Monroe High School Chorus, the Anointed ASU Gospel Choir, Turner Job Corps, and the many many churches that were represented in this year’s choir.

Our hats are off to Mr. Joshua Green and the FliGuyz Step Team from Turner Elementry School. These K-5th Grade boys were phenomenal!

Adrian Jenkins! These pictures taken by AE Jenkins Photography really captured the 39th MLK Breakfast. There are so many faces that we didn't get to see, but Adrian did! 😊 Again, to each of you, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Your continued support of H.E.A.R.T. Organization, Inc. is so appreciated.

A very special THANK YOU to the remaining program participants: Rachelle Scott, Larry Milledge, CW Grant, Effran King, Robert Lewis and Pastor O. Quintodd Bryant. Hospitality headed by Brenda Amankwaa, Dougherty High School JGG, and Albany GA Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and all of its youth groups.

Lastly, a very special THANK YOU to Dr. Daniel Simmons, the Mt. Zion Church Family, Werhner Washington and the P&G Albany Plant for your unwavering support for the past 30 years.

“Let’s Go Raise KINGS!”

Until next time, Blessings Always~


Anne Johnson, CEO/President

H.E.A.R.T. Organization, Inc.

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