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NAACP PERTH AMBOY AREA BRANCH

SERVING: CARTERET, PERTH AMBOY, SAYREVILLE, SOUTH AMBOY AND WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP

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President
Elizabeth Williams-Riley

1st Vice President
Melvinia Knight

2nd Vice President
Angelene Fleming 
3rd Vice President
Louise Garrison
Secretary
Janice Clark
Asst. Secretary
Brenda Gumbs
Treasurer
Angelo Adkins
Asst. Treasurer
Inez Adkins
 

 Executive Committee

Edell Greene

Antonette Hawkins

Brenda Hutchins

Jacqueline Johnson
Shirley Jones
Moreena Lawrie
Rev. Milton Lester

Elisa Riggins
Ronald Spevack, Esq.


 

 

 

BRANCH MEETINGS

Meetings are open to the public and are held on the
3rd Monday
of every month at the
Jankowski Community Center, 
1 Olive Street, Perth Amboy, NJ 
Executive Committee (6:30pm)
General Meeting (7:00 pm)
(unless otherwise noted)

 

January Branch Meeting Monday, 26th


 

UPCOMING EVENTS

New Officers Installation Ceremony

Perth Amboy Area and Metuchen Edison Area

Branches

Monday, January 19th, 2015

11:00am

North Stelton AME Church

123 Craig Avenue Piscataway, NJ 08854http://www.northsteltoname.org 

 

Y.O.U. Matter

March & Forum

January 19, 2015

Noon

Cathedral International

277 Madison Ave.

Perth Amboy

facebook.com/YOUthmatter2015

 

Dr. Martin L. King Celebration

January 19, 2015

600 Main Street

Woodbridge, NJ

7:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Ronald Spevack, Esq. a member of the NAACP in Perth Amboy since 1963 expresses the great sense of urgency.

Spevack’s firm http://www.woodbridgelawfirm.com continues to support the NAACP on legal issues of discrimination. Spevack says, “The need for the NAACP is demonstrated every day by the headlines in the newspapers. NAACP must again fight for the rights for voters in the south and where states are doing everything possible to limit the minority vote.”

 

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