The honorees for the evening are Mayor Andrew Hardwick, Village of Freeport, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Perfecting Faith Church, Dr. Juliet White, Zion Cathedral, Shelley Brazley, Hempstead School Board Trustee Dr. David Gates, Miracle Christian Center, Theresa Drye, Mayoral Candidate for Inc. Village of Hempstead, Gloria Baca, Outreach & Marketing Specialist, United Health Care Community Plan, Jane Dugan, Owner/Proprietor of JC Cove, Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, Town of Hempstead, Dr. Kirk Lyons, Brothers Keeper, Phil Andrews, President of 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc., Pastor Sedgwick Easley, Union Baptist Church, Chris Arceneaux, President/CEO of The Darby Foundation, and, Guillermo Calle, Trustee Candidate for Inc. Village of Hempstead.
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