Local Legends Ladies Round Table March 17

Local Legends Ladies Round Table March 17 

Pontiac, MI-   We are honoring local women who have made history! From the first African American Female Mayor of Pontiac to a Gold Record Songwriter in Pontiac to Judges, City Council Women and Oakland County Commissioner Emeritus and Library Board Chairperson Mattie Hatchett. Come hear from these Legendary Ladies. This is event is hosted by Councilwoman Dr. Doris Taylor Burks and the Pontiac Public Library. Come hear from the following women and learn about how they are making history!

Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman
Ms. Mattie Hatchett, Library Board Chair
Mrs. Devan Green, MLIS, Librarian
Ms. Melanie Rutherford, Trustee & Recording Artist
Mrs. Ellen Ferguson
Dr Debra Ferguson
Congress Woman Brenda Lawrence
Dr. Earlene Davis
Southfield City Clerk Sherikia Hawkins
Mrs. Alice Thompson
Ms. Ganinell Teasley
Judge Cynthia Walker
Judge Deniece Langford Morris
Councilwoman Patrice Waterman
Lathrup Village, Mayor Kelly Garrett, MIS
Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence
Ms. Leona Patterson
*Please note due to availability the list of speakers may be altered/updated.

Light refreshments & networking with following the speakers.

Pontiac Library, 60 E. Pike Street, Pontiac

Saturday March 17 from 1-3pm

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/194142901351853

 

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