In partnership with Capital Area United Way the Brotherhood Sisterhood awards aim to honor those individuals in our community who have, over their lives, worked toward the elimination of bias, bigotry, and racism across ethnic, gender, and religious lines.
2016 Brotherhood Sisterhood Honorees
After they have bestowed decades of dedication to the Brotherhood Sisterhood mission, the Brotherhood Sisterhood comittee, along with entire board staff of Capital Area United Way, is proud to honor Joseph Gottlieb Simmons and John Frederick Smith as the 2016 Brotherhood Sisterhood Honroees.
Recognized for actively serving the community, leading and inspiring others, breaking personal barriers, and leading exemplary lives, all towards this goal of equality and togetherness, Joseph & John have been the strength behind the curtains, keeping the legacy of Brotherhood Sisterhood alive. Now, more than ever, we need this award and awareness to assist in reducing the prejudices in our community.
Seating an intimate room of 125 guests, we will be offering the opportunity for individuals and organizations to purchase a limited number of tickets.
Brotherhood Sisterhood Awards Breakfast
Friday, November 11th, 2016
3535 Perkins Road #400
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
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Seating at this intimate breakfast is limited to the first 125 guests. Interested in purchasing tickets? Email email@example.com
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