CCFC Breaking the Chain Outreach will host its 7th Year Anniversary and Birthday Luncheon Celebration for 9-year-old, Ayla, and CEO, Isaac Jenkins, Saturday, July 8 at the Douglass Community Center, 1185 Pennsylvania Avenue, Southern Pines, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
CCFCA Breaking the Chain (Against Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking and Sexual Abuse) is a non-political, tax-exempt non-profit diversified outreach whose mission is to educate, inspire, organize, motivate, and mobilize youth, seniors, and the community’s most disadvantaged to become proactive to achieve programs and services of the utmost beneficiary to their state of quality-of-life.
Organize in December 2016 by CEO Isaac Jenkins and president Angela Schwarz (Breaking the Chain 2017), CCFCA Breaking the Chain has sponsored annual events giving plaques to many who have provided quality-of-life support for residents of North Carolina. Themed: “We Come This Far by Faith,” this year’s focus is to “Reach the next level,” said Schwarz and Jenkins.
Keynoter Speaker is businesswoman Rosalind A. Levy, a realtor broker from Virginia, Va. and Gladys (Lady G) Dancy, the first African female limousine owner in the United States and former Ambassador for Peace to the United Nations, Smyrna, Ga.
Special guests are recently elected 18-year-old Mayor Jaylen Smith of Earle, Arkansas; Southern Pines Mayor Carol Haney; Louisburg Mayor Chris Neal; Aberdeen Mayor Robert Farrell; Jenny Scott, Mary Kay consultant; Senator Tom McInnis (25th Dist.); evangelist Teresa Russaw, Alexander City, Ala; Bishop Ricky Smith; Sabrina Beasley Cline, CEO of Esther House Shelters, Albemarle NC; elder Elizabeth Michelle Hinton, Raleigh NC; Pastor Angela McNally, Ghana, Africa; Pastor Rev. Tawanda Bennett; Representative Garland Pierce (Dist.48); Hon. Jamie Boles; Bishop Robert Jackson, and others to be announced at a later date.
Music provided by gospel artists, Johnnie C. Clifton Sr. and Harly Johnson and the Anointed.
Luncheon is free and open to the public but must RSVP due to limited seating of 91. As of date, 60 RSVPs have been reserved. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and must be seated by 10:55 a.m. To RSVP, call (910) 528-0133.