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Verlie Mae Pickens: I will celebrate my 101st birthday!

June 1, 2017

Hello there! This is Verlie Pickens, Verlie Mae Pickens. My family, friends and I will celebrate my 101st birthday on June 11, 2017! I invite everyone in the community to celebrate with me. In this article, I want to share with you my answers to questions that Anh Lê, a writer and journalist and a family friend, asked me. Ms. Verlie Mae Pickens, we wish you a very happy birthday! We wish you much good health, and abundant joy and happiness, Ms. Pickens!

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African American Legion Post 198 to address War Memorial Commission Board of Trustees Dec. 10

December 10, 2015

Commander Samuel Patterson of American Legion Post 198 will address the War Memorial Commission about the discriminatory practice of not allowing African American Legion Post 198 to hold a benefit for veterans in one of the rooms in the War Memorial Building, which was built for veterans’ use. Post 198 has been working in our communities for 35 years with integrity.

Lawmakers bludgeon the food stamp program

February 26, 2014

Final passage of the $956 billion farm bill received bipartisan support in the Senate on Feb. 4, and soon after President Barack Obama signed the bill into law. Passage of the bill includes massive cuts to the food stamp program – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP – that will affect around 47 million people living in poverty all across the nation.

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