The Honey Brown Hope Foundation will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a special guest keynote speaker.
Minister and actor Dr. Clifton Davis, famous for his roles in "Amen" and "That's My Mama,"
"It takes a village to raise a child and a village to support those who are working for the betterment of our youth," says Honey Brown Hope Foundation founder/executive director Tammie Lang Campbell. "That is why we are grateful for the support of our honorary co-chairs: former Mayor Lee P. Brown and D'Artagnan Bebel, Vice President and General Manager of FOX 26 KRIV-TV and My20, our guest speaker: Dr. Clifton Davis, our 20 outstanding Citizen Improving America Award recipients and our countless supporters who help make the Foundation's programs possible."
FOX 26 anchors Jose Grinan and Melinda Spaulding will serve as hosts for the Honey Brown Hope Foundation 20th Anniversary, with the theme "With Hope and Faith, We've Come This Far."
The foundation will recognize 20 leaders at the event Saturday, Aug. 13 with the Citizen Improving America Award, including Texas State Representative Dr. Alma Allen
On the Web:
Honey Brown Hope Foundation 20th Anniversary -- http://www.honeybrownhope.org/20thAnniversary.html