Thanksgiving boxes go to 20 families

Among those shown in the photo are Mrs. Sylvia Hurst, owner of Hurst Financial Services, LLC; Mrs. Paulette Walker, executive director of Tangipahoa Regional Black Business Chamber of Commerce; Delmas Dunn Sr., president of the Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum and Veterans Archives; Paul Samuel, museum treasurer; Hammond City Councilman Kip Andrews; and Martha Adams Alumni president.

Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum and Veterans Archives were so grateful to be able to bless over 20 families with Thanksgiving boxes this year.

They thank Martha Adams Alumni, Hurst Financial Services, LLC, and Tangipahoa Regional Black Business Chamber of Commerce for their partnerships on this annual venture.

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