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Another elegant evening
Created on Friday, 14 December 2012 10:56 Last Updated on Friday, 28 December 2012 08:59 Published on Friday, 14 December 2012 10:56 Written by Debbie Norrell - Courier Lifestyles Editor Hits: 639
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Continuous music by Alonzo Clark (Night Child), soul line dancing led by Stella Hopewell, great company and a scrumptious meal were on the agenda for the Pittsburgh Council of Men, Inc. annual fall dinner dance Nov. 23 at the Comfort Inn in Harmerville.
|HAPPY TABLE— James Alonzo, Pat Johnson, Gerri Wright, Vicki Roberts, Paul Bradley, Fred Parker, Shirley Parker, Beverly Lowe and Robert Lowe
Since the inception of the Pittsburgh Council of Men in May of 1972, the Pittsburgh Council of Men has donated over $35,000 to various agencies and community organizations. Their largest fundraising effort is the PCM annual Thanksgiving Dance, which at times attracts close to 500 guests.
PCM is most proud of a successful project that was initiated in 1987. PCM developed a 40 unit, four story housing complex for handicapped and elderly residents. The project represents a major effort by an African-American men’s organization in the Pittsburgh area.
PCM consists of more than 30 members and on Nov. 23 introduced their newest member, Clayton Robinson. Each member provides support and service to the community through donations and other events, which reflect the level of commitment made by each member. Their annual fall dance was a perfect way to kick off the holiday season of parties. Guests danced, mingled, and enjoyed seeing friends and family in town to celebrate the holiday.
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