49th Annual Bethune-Height Recognition Program

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49th Annual Bethune-Height Recognition Program

"Looking Back, Moving Forward, "Our Legacy: Future Generations Empowered"

By New York State Bethune Height Recognition Program

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, May 20 · 12 - 5pm EDT


Leonard's Palazzo 555 Northern Boulevard Great Neck, NY 11021

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

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New York State 49th annual Bethune-Height Recognition Program. Acknowledging people of the community who have made a difference.

"Looking Back, Moving Forward, "Our Legacy: Future Generations Empowered"

Please join us for our 49th annual Bethune Height Recognition Program Luncheon on Saturday, May 20, 2023 at Leonard's Palazzo, 555 Northern Boulevard, Great Neck, NY 11021

Master of the ceremony the renowned Rev. Dr. Malcolm J. Byrd

Newly elected NCNW National Chair, Dr. A. Lois Keith

NCNW's New President & CEO, Rev. Shavon Arline Bradley

(Honoree)New York State Attorney General, Letitia James

(Honoree) Sculptor; Nilda Maria Comas

Affiliate Honoree: (New York State Continental Societies)

Corporate Honoree: Colgate (Bright Smiles Bright Future)

*to purchase a Journal Ad please visit https://BHRP2023Journal.eventbrite.com

Traveling in for the event?

Fly into LaGuardia Airport

The two Hotels that are the closest to Leonard's:

The INN at Great Neck, 30 Cuttermill Rd. Great Neck, NY. 11021Rates are 147 & up.

The Andrew Hotel, 75 North Station Plaza, Great Neck, NY. 11021, rates are 106.00 & up.

*There are other hotels and motels on Northern Blvd from Queens to Roslyn.

About the organizer

The Bethune-Height Recognition Program (BHRP) is an annual fundraising event that recognizes outstanding community leadership and supports the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. In honor of NCNW founder Mary McLeod Bethune and former President and Chair of the Board, Dr. Dorothy Irene Height. Proceeds from the Bethune-Height Recognition Program help continue the mission of leading, empowering, and advocating for women of African descent, their families, and communities.

From $135.23