ES Foster Scholarship Application Nights

Hosted by 

Albuquerque High School Family Center  - 800 Odelia Dr. NE - Albuquerque, NM
February 26 -  March 4 - March 11 @ 5:30pm  

If you would like to apply for ES Foster scholarship and need assistance with filling out the application or writing the essay please attend. Thousands of dollar worth of scholarship money is available!! For more information please call (505) 235-8615. Applications are due on March 25,2020! 


Saturday, March 7

Who is the Anti-Christ? What is the mark of the beast

Presented by Bishop Byron Rogers

Speakers: Superintendent J. Walker
Reverend Beverly Apodaca, Elder Tyrone Smith 

Faith Temple COGIC 1000 Broadway Blvd S.E. Alb NM 87102 

Saturday, March 7

NCNW Member Meeting

State Bar of NM -  5121 Masthead NE - Albuquerque, NMfrom 

For more information cal 505-688-5079

Saturday, March 14

AM Azuza District Strategic Meeting

1000 Broadway SE - Albuquerque,NM

For more information call  842-5078

Saturday, March 14

Senior Luncheon Honoring Seniors in the Community - Betsy Simmons, Jean Rakestraw and Tommy Jewell

Hosted by: Beta Nu Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda 

Keynote Speaker the Honorable Angela Jewell

Reception 11:30am / Lunch 1:30pm 
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church - 2401 University Blvd SE - Albuquerque, NM 

For tickets ($20) call  688-5079 or 797-2750

Saturday, March 14

Albuquerque Chapter NAACP Monthly Meeting

 Veterans Memorial - 1100 Louisiana Blvd SE - Albuquerque, NM

For more information call 505-265-0020

Click here to register

March 18-20
 Morninig Star MBC Spring Revival

Guest Speaker:  Rev. Charles Becknell

Morning Star - 1201 Arno SE - Albuquerque, NM 

March 20-21

Old Fashion Shut-In

Hosted by: Pastor Betty Engram of Open Door Ministries and Pastor Paulette Cooper of Christ Full Deliverance Ministries

Open Door Ministries - 1301 3rd St. SW - Albuquerque, NM 

Bring a pillow and blanket and spend the night communing with God through prayers. The community is invited, and for more information call either (505) 304-7848 or (505) 903-9676.

Saturday, March 21

 Azusa District Luncheon

Faith Temple COGIC - 1000 Broadway SE - Albuquerque, NM 

For more information call 595.842.9078

Friday, March 27

AAPAC Speaker's Series:  Speak the Truth

 African American Performing Arts Center - Albuquerque, NM 

The African American Performing Arts Center cordially invites you to the kick-off of "Speak the Truth," the AAPAC Speaker's Series, featuring quarterly conversations with people from around the world. 

Eryn Mathewson of ESPN and UNM Law School Dean Emeritus Alfred Mathewson will lead a conversation with Bettye Kearse about her newly released memoir, The Other Madisons: The Lost History of A President's Black Family. 

The memoir reveals evidence that America's recorded history is often missing the role and stories of Black Americans as we learn what it means to be a Black descendant of a slave holding president. The one-hour presentation and discussion will be followed by a reception, and book signing with the author.

Saturday, April 4

Wings for Life International 25th Annual Easter Party

Shepard Lutheran Church - 3900 Wyoming NE - Albuquerque, NM 

 To RSVP call 505.291.6412





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