BLACK HISTORY MONTH Eight Honored In Capital City For Community Achievements
Reported by: Patrick McMurtry
Web Producer: Teresa Higginbotham
Reported: Feb. 14, 2012 3:56 PM EST
Updated: Feb. 14, 2012 6:25 PM EST
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, Kanawha County
, West Virginia
Eight people are honored for their contributions to those living in the Capital City as part of Black History Month.
The ceremony took place at city hall.
They honored the following people for their contributions for going above and beyond for the community.
� (Ret.) Cpl. David Brown, Charleston Police Department
� (Ret.) Cpl. Robbie Creel, Charleston Police Department
� (Ret.) Capt. Matthew Jackson, Charleston Fire Department
� Mrs. Tracy Dorsey Chapman, US Attorney's Office
� Mrs. Teresa Johnson, New Covenant Community Development Corporation
� Ms. Donna Badger, New Covenant Community Development Corporation
� Ms. Beverly Brownlow, New Covenant Community Development Corporation
� Mrs. Mary Gray, New Covenant Community Development Corporation
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