By: Bailey Myers
Tallahassee, FL - It's all about guiding the youth for the One Hundred Black Men of America Incorporated Chapter here in Tallahassee.
They celebrated new beginnings Saturday night during their Black Tie Gala.
Their mission, to help young people throughout the community.
In addition to initiating more members, the group presented two young women with two thousand dollar scholarships for college.
President of the Tallahassee Chapter, Ronald Joe explained, "It is so special for us because it gives us a chance to showcase to the community our efforts to begin to provide even more services to youth in our area."
The organization uses four programs; mentoring, education, economic employment, plus health and wellness services to help guide youths to a brighter future.
And with more than eighty members, they have been, and hope to continue assisting those in the big bend area.
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