UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE Whatz up, babies? As always, I hope all is well with you and yours and that, you’re still taking the time to bring yourself and others some more joy, beauty, happiness, peace of mind—and most of all, love. For, it’s very important and so are the spotlights that we bring to […]
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I’m Ty Causey and I’m happy to come to you in Frost Illustrated as always and I want all of you to know that the American Legion Post 148 is very special to me. The Legion is one of the first places where I really started performing with my live band and it felt great.
“Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is Juanita Henderson and I’m the owner and operator of Chocolate Kinks and Kurls, which is a natural hair and body care experience that caters to the women and men that would like a healthier approach to caring for their hair and body. You can find us at 2700 S. Lafayette St., inside Community Care Pharmacy in the Natural Hair Care aisle.
“Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is James Allison and I grew up in Bellevue, Ala., and at the age of 18 I enlisted as a volunteer into the army because that was Klu Klux Klan country. On my mother’s side of the family, there were 10 girls and seven boys and all of the girls gave birth to all half white children because they were continuously being raped by the Klan…”
By Jeanie Summerville—“Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. Our names are Tony and Diane Starks and we’re the owners of T’s Flea Market and Used Furniture and Other Neat Stuff which is located at 500 Coombs St., (across from River City) in Fort Wayne. We’ve been open since February of 2012.”
Hello, Frost Illustrated readers. My name is Celia Reed and I’d like to share with you about my daughter, Ta’Bria Neosha Collier…
she’s going to accomplish one of the biggest achievements ever, not only for herself, but also for a lot of children that were diagnosed with SMA.”
By Jeanie Summerville | My name is Pastor Alice Kelsaw. I’m the pastor of Freedom Worship Center and we present to all the mothers, that have experienced the death of a child, a Mother’s Day Luncheon on Saturday May 11, 2013 at 11 a.m. The location is The Summit, 1025 W. Rudisill Blvd., (Elcher Student Commons) for a comforting time for those left behind.
By Jeanie Summerville | I’m very pleased to have had the opportunity to meet another minister who truly loves GOD and is proving it everyday through his actions, as well as with his words…