Luncheon will honor men making difference

Published 12:32 pm Friday, November 19, 2010

The Museum of African American Culture and the Marketplace will host a Legacy Luncheon to honor five Vicksburg men for being role models.

The luncheon will start at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 27 at City Auditorium.

Those being honored include: Walter Beamon, a case manager with Central Mississippi Prevention Services; Dr. Casey D. Fisher, pastor of Greater Grove Street Baptist Church; Joseph Johnson, executive director and founder of Central Mississippi Prevention Services; the Rev. Dexter P. Jones, senior pastor of Triumphant Baptist Church and executive director of Triumphant Ministries; and Nathaniel Williams, founder and director of The Mighty Train of Gospel Choir.

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Tickets are $30, and reservations may be made by calling Thelma Rush at 601-636-1088.