Spent the evening at Reid Temple making vision boards and playing board games - Great camaraderie with "warm nights" participants. But for the grace of God, go I...
I look forward to expanding opportunities and support for the homeless population in District 8 and the County. The vision boards were brilliant - Visualization is so important. It is my prayer that their vision will become their reality.
I had forgotten how much fun Taboo and Charades can be. We had a great time.
I am honored to serve as the co-chair of the Greater Washington Community Foundation of Prince George’s County 2017 Civic Leadership Awards. Tonight, we salute servant-leaders who work tireless to enhance the quality of life in our county.
Congratulations to tonight’s honorees: Timothy Adams and Hon. Sheila R. Tillerson Adams, Tracye Funn, Rev. Dr. Jonathan L. Weaver, Hon. Dorothy F. Bailey, and Hon. Albert Turner. #CLA2017
I am blessed to have been raised by a Veteran, my father Dr. Ronald Anderson, a former Army Major who taught me Love of God, Love of my fellow man, Love of country, as well as Self-Love and the importance of discipline and duty.
I salute him and all Veterans whose dedication has allowed the rest of us to enjoy freedom of choice, religion, and speech.
I visited Glassmanor Elementary School today along with SHARE Food Network, a subsidiary of Catholic Charities. Together, we are feeding 10 families of District 8 elementary school students for one year. I have spent decades serving our communities in Prince George’s County and I am committed to building on the partnerships and service I’ve already established to further benefit our District and County.