The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King wrote: "The beauty of genuine brotherhood and peace is more precious than diamonds or silver or gold." The Nyack Center has been cultivating this beauty of brotherhood and peace for a quarter century. The center has been the Nyack NAACP's meeting place for many of those years. The center has always been a welcoming place, providing our organization with a home not only for the adults but for our youth as well. Committed to justice for all, the center has served our organization with a shelter in times of storm. We are profoundly grateful for this place of brotherhood, peace and justice. The centers value to the Nyack NAACP is priceless.
Press and Publicity Chair
Nyack Center is celebrating 25 years of service to our community this year. As part of that celebration, every Tuesday for the remaining weeks of 2015, we will share a testimonial that answers the question "Why We Need Nyack Center." Past and current board members, graduates and participants in our programs, elected officials, non-profit leaders, community members and friends under the guidance of Bill Batson will share their experiences during our 25 years of service. Bill Batson is an activist, artist, writer and member of Nyack Center's Board of Directors.
Our 25 Years blog will be part of many special moments and milestones leading up to our 25th Anniversary Legacy Gala on November 14, 2015. The 25 Anniversary Legacy Gala is an elegant event when we honor community leaders who have made a difference in the life of our organization and community. This years Legacy Honorees are Chris & Bert Hughes and Sally & Roger Seiler. The event to benefit Nyack Center’s programs and our Legacy Fund.
We hope you Save the Date and join us November 14 at 7pm for Nyack Center’s 25 Anniversary Legacy Gala. For ticket and journal information go to www.nyackcenter.org
If you are reminded of a story, or a moment, or an event that you would like to share about Nyack Center, please share it as a comment on the blog.
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Community members will be submitting posts weekly following this year's theme, Nyack Center more than a community building, a place to build community through....