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Chartering Ceremony November 11, 2017
The SiStars

Executive Committee

President

Debra Mahon, Ph.D.
 

Vice President

Lynnette Haynes
 

Recording Secretary

Marion Brown Flamer
 

Corresponding Secretary

June Clayburn 

 

Treasurer

Vanessa Lamb

Financial Secretary

Sharon Collins

Parliamentarian

Connie Davis

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Members

Lydia Dorman

Espanola Hughes – Turner

Sheila Hughes

Arvella Johnson

Delores Johnson – Cooper

April Randall

Cleopatra “Cleo” White

Dianne Whitfield – Locke

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Induction Ceremony January 20, 2020
The Sophisticated Eight

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Passion Statements

My passion for the arts began as a child, when I developed a love for operatic music.  Over the years, I became a trained opera singer, who received a full scholarship to Howard University, resulting in a Bachelor of Music degree from the College of Fine Arts. 

While my desire to become an opera singer was my childhood dream, I hesitated after graduation to pursue that dream.  As I reflect on it now, I know that as I considered a career path as an opera singer, I saw very few at the time, who looked like me. I needed mentors to encourage me, support me, and most of all, keep me focused on my dream.

As a member of the Harbor City Chapter of Society, Incorporated, I look forward to being that mentor to help support and mentor youth in the arts to help them realize their dreams.

 

—  Marion Brown Flamer

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Passion Statement

My passion for the arts began as a child, when I developed a love for operatic music.  Over the years, I became a trained opera singer, who received a full scholarship to Howard University, resulting in a Bachelor of Music degree from the College of Fine Arts. 

While my desire to become an opera singer was my childhood dream, I hesitated after graduation to pursue that dream.  As I reflect on it now, I know that as I considered a career path as an opera singer, I saw very few at the time, who looked like me. I needed mentors to encourage me, support me, and most of all, keep me focused on my dream.

As a member of the Harbor City Chapter of Society, Incorporated, I look forward to being that mentor to help support and mentor youth in the arts to help them realize their dreams.

 

—  Lady Marion Brown Flamer