26th Beautillion to recognize area students
George Copeland Jr. | 10/27/2022, 6 p.m.
Six young men will be recognized for their educational accomplishments, Nov. 5 during the Professionals Reaching Out to the Community Foundation’s 26th Annual Beautillion.This year’s theme is “Unmasking Greatness.”
During the black-tie event two educational scholarships and one book scholarship will be presented to select honorees for excellence during a specific eight-month period.
“All six of our participants excelled in education, and in extracurricular activities within their schools and their community,” said Brenda J. Foster, co-chair of PROC’s Beautillion Steering Committee, in a statement. “We as an organization are just happy to be able to sponsor them again this year.”
The honorees include Pierce Isaac Britt, a senior at Manchester High School, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Britt Sr.; Carrington Elijah Jones, a senior at Cristo Rey High School, son of Ms. Danielle Jones; Isaac Lee Mason, Jr., a junior at Meadowbrook High School, son of Mr. Isaac Mason and Ms. Raja Mason; Milton Dewayne Minns Jr., a senior at Dinwiddie High School, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Minns Sr.; Kendall B. Scott, a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School, son of Mr. Dwayne Daryl Scott and Ms. Kelly Johnson; Raymond Chase Thomas, a senior at Clover Hill High School, son of (Ret.) Lt. Col. Armond Thomas III and Mrs. Mia Thomas.
More information, including applications for the 2023 Beautillion, is available by contacting Mrs. Foster via email at email@example.com or on the Foundation’s website at www.procfoundation.org.