The Nia Cultural Center recently awarded Village Keeper Awards to citizens who work tirelessly and unselfishly without compensation, and to Distinguished Elders, individuals 50 and older, who have consistently contributed to their community. Village Keeper Awardees pictured, from left to right, Pearl Robinson, La Kesha Golliday, Allastair Webb, Eugene “Yogi” Compton, Sheila Howard, Tammy Gary and Sandra Tousant. (Not pictured) Distinguished Elders: Ruby Amerson-Hill, Vivianee Watts, Phoebe Fields and Shirley Adams.


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