"Daring to Make a Difference Award"

The Williamsburg and Vicinity Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. honored Minister Clarence Johnson, Jr., with the Daring to Make a Difference Award at the Mid-Atlantic District Conference held at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Williamsburg. Standing with Minister Clarence Johnson from left to right is National Second Vice President Sherelle T. Carper, Governor Geraldine Richardson and Vice-Governor Delores Alexander. The District Clubs celebrated 50 years of services with the focus on the theme "Women Working Together- The Legacy Continues".

Minister Johnson is a 2014 graduate of Warhill High School and is looking forward to attending Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia in the fall of 2015. He accepted his calling from God in December 2010, and was licensed into the ministry on July 21, 2013 to teach and preach the gospel. He attends Mt. Nebo Baptist Church in Barhamsville, Virginia

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