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YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS NATIONAL MUSEUM 11TH ANNUAL BENEFIT GALA
HONORING OUR MILITARY CHAPLAINS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011
HILTON HOTEL 4800 CALHOUN ROAD HOUSTON, TX 77004
6:30-10:30 P. M.
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
Chaplain Michael McCoy
National President of the Military Chaplains,
Association Associate Director,
U. S. Veterans Affairs,
Military Officers and Chaplains,
Houston Area Ministers,
and Corporate Sponsors
Henry McNeal Turner
February 1, 1834-May 9, 1915
America’s First African American Military Chaplain.
One of the most influential African American leaders in late-nineteenth-century Georgia. He was a pioneering church organizer and missionary for the African Methodist Episcopal Church, later rising to the rank of bishop. Turner was also an active politician and Reconstruction-era state legislator from Macon.
Chaplain Paschal l. Odemokpa, Major, Texas State Guard
Chaplain Chester Egbert, Colonel, US Amy, Ft. Bragg
Chaplain Sharon Brown, Captain, US Army, Ft. Hood
Advance tickets are available at www.buffalosoldiermuseum.com
and at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, 1834 Southmore, Houston, TX 77004
Click Here For DIRECTIONS to the museum.