Tickets are available for CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry’s 4th Annual Men and Women Empowerment Awards Presentation Banquet, Saturday, August 21, 2021 at the Days Inn Conference Center, 805 Service Road Hwy US1, Southern Pines NC 29387 from 5 pm-10 pm.
Themed: “I Found the Will to Keep Going,” this year’s awards presentation will honor Deputy Clerk Marie Baker with 30% of its profit as a donation for a kidney transplant.
Other awardees are: Dr. Kathy Cummings, Elder Jackie Covington, Southern Pines NC, Moore County’s Sheriff Ronnie Fields, Evangelist Olease Ingram-Davidson, from St. Lucie County, Florida, Jessie Linberg, Executive Director of Turning Point Inc., Monroe NC, Moore County Director of Planning, Transportation and Health, Debra Ensminger, Kym Nixon, CEO/Founder of Changing Destiny Ministries, Olinda Watkins, President of Moore County NAACP, Jacquelyn Covington, Robbin NC, Pastor Tawanda Bennett, Pastor of Love Conquer Outreach Ministry , Milton Ellerbe, COO of M. E. Greenhouse LLC, Melanie Green, Owner/Director of M.E. Greenhouse LLC, Martha J. Butler, Owner of Moore County’s McDonald’s Restaurant, Alex McAllister, Retired Teacher and Businessman, Pastor Angela McNally, Founder/CEO of Friends Can Make It Happen Inc, Pennsylvania, Pa. , Honorable Robert Farrell, Mayor of Aberdeen NC, Evangelist Katie Armstrong, Pastor of Zion Springs Church of Christ, Bunn NC, Robert Allred of West End NC, and Sharon Armstrong, Director of Scotland County’s Rape Crisis Center. Pastor Patricia McMillan will present the Opening Keynote Speech.
CCFCA Breaking the Chain is a nonpartisan, nonprofit outreach ministry incorporated in 2016 to advocate ending domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual abuse in our communities and state.
Gospel Recording Artist Teralyn Harris will perform her latest releases.
CCFCA Breaking the Chain Program Director, April Raines will MC.
Tickets are $25.00 in advance and $35.00 at the door. To RSVP tickets, call 910.528.1038.