Maybe you’ve heard of Jon Kitna; maybe you haven’t. He was a football player, a quarterback, in the NFL. He played for Seattle, Cincinnati, Detroit and Dallas, and if he was never a marquee quarterback, he was much more than a journeyman.
Eric Hackley interviews Michelle Baymon and daughter Jada Baymon, who plays football for Shawnee Middle School.
(GIN)—The National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C., was the venue for the Children’s Africana Awards and Book Festival Nov. 9. The annual event was sponsored by Africa Access, a nonprofit organization founded in 1989. Africa Access, according to their website, “was founded to help schools, public libraries, and parents improve the quality of […]
The annual Smart Girls Brilliant Women luncheon is set for November 7 at the Boys & Girls Club, 2609 Fairfield Ave., from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Sue Ehinger PhD, President of Parkview Hospital and affiliates, will be honored as the 2013 Brilliant Woman Keynote speaker.
By Madeline Marcelia Garvin Special to Frost Illustrated Dr. Michelle Collins-Austin, M.D., President of the African-American Healthcare Alliance took to the stage at the Grand Wayne Saturday, the October 19th to introduce the evening’s MC’s: Dr. Alisha Harris, M.D. and Dr. Bryan Meriwether, Pharm D, who welcomed everyone to the African-American Healthcare Alliance’s 17th Annual Scholarship Ball. […]
By Linaya Pollard, Jr. Frost Reporter—Thurgood Marshall Leadership Academy held their first skating party for this school year. Roller Dome South held Thurgood Marshall Leadership Academy’s first Fundraiser Skate Party. Approximately 32 parents, staff and students came to the skate party.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer The Bookworm Sez You’ve got a dream. Every kid does, but yours is special. You want to be a football player someday, or a star onstage. Maybe your dream is to visit Europe, drive a hot car, be an astronaut, buy your own house, ride a horse, write a book, or help […]
FORT WAYNE—The Euell Wilson Center was born 20 years ago out of tragic circumstances. Euell Wilson was an outstanding student/athlete, first at Bishop Dwenger High School, then at a Chicago junior college. He passed away from natural causes at the age of 19. From 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Oct. 25, the Euell Wilson Center […]