First State Community Action Agency celebrates 52 years of service
During the reception, Chief Justice Leo Strine Jr. gathered with FSCAA Board President Peggy Strine, left, and FSCAA Executive Director Bernice Edwards for a photo.
November 30, 2017
Family resource coordinators (l-r) Ronnie Quinn, Anthony Williams and Rosalyn Winder smile for the camera.
Socializing at the reception are (l-r) United Way’s Michelle Taylor, FSCAA board member Beryl Barmoore and Bank of America’s April Birmingham.
Stanford L. Bratton Award recipient the Rev. Dr. John Moore Sr., left, pauses to chat with Theresa and Melvin Hankerson.
Supporting FSCAA are (l-r) Judson Malone, Christina Diaz-Malone and Faye West and Georgetown Mayor Bill West.
Community Partner Award recipient Delmarva Power employees gather for a photo. Shown are (l-r) Vice President John Allen, Cindy Ventresch, and Danielle Wright. In front is Keith Campbell.
FSCAA board member the Rev. Father Max Wolf, right, enjoys the event with Joseph Cascio.
Socializing at the event are (l-r) Pricilla Rakestraw, Aubrey Hudson and Cheryl Doucette.
Gathered for a photo are (l-r) Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, Maelenne Brooks, FSCAA Vice Chair Anne Frawley, Delva Washington and Eatha Saunders.
Supporting FSCAA are (l-r) Charlie Burton, Zaida Guajardo and Director of the Delaware State Housing Authority Anas Ben Addi.
Enjoying FSCAA’s Anniversary are (l-r) Ray Ebaugh, Rep. Lyndon Yearick, Kristen Higgins and Greg Coury.
Chief Justice Leo Strine, Jr. was the Keynote Speaker at the event.In his address Strine said, “I’m really proud of Delaware. But most proud of us when we show by our actions that we’re special. I’m actually the least proud when we pat ourselves on the back about the Delaware way and for being No. 1 when the gap between what we should be, and what we are has grown too large.”
The Community Partner Award was presented to Delmarva Power. Delmarva Power is passionate about the well-being of the community is serves. Last year the company donated $1.3 million to community nonprofits in Delaware and Maryland. Shown presenting the award to Delmarva President Gary Stockbridge are (l-r) Board President Peggy Strine, Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall Long, Executive Director Bernice Edwards, Stockbridge and Board Vice President Dr. Anne Farley.
The Stanford L. Bratton Award was presented to the Rev. Dr. John G. Moore Sr. As a motivational speaker, leadership facilitator and mentor, he has positively impacted thousands of youth in organizations across the First State. Shown at the presentation are (l-r) Board President Peggy Strine, Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, John Moore Jr., award recipient the Rev. Dr. John G. Moore Sr., and Executive Director Bernice Edwards.
First State Community Action Agency held its 52nd Anniversary Celebration Nov. 14 at Dover Downs Conference Center. At the event FSCAA recognized community partners and leaders, and Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine Jr. presented the keynote speech.