The Greater Miami Chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. was installed into the Societies January 30, 1988, at the Radisson Mart Hotel under the sponsorship of the Atlanta, Georgia chapter. It became the 32nd chapter in the 32nd year of Continental Societies, Inc. to officially become a member of the national organization. The installing officers were Dr. Lois Harrison-Jones, then National President, who was superintendent of Richmond, Virginia Public Schools; Edna Calhoun, National Membership Chairperson and Jeanne Byrd, President of the Atlanta Chapter.
This site gets well over 6000 unique visitors a month and close to 80000 page-views. Through a five-point programmatic thrust, HEER – Health, Education, Employment, Recreation – plus Arts and Humanities, Continental women volunteer their time to work in schools, hospitals, and homes for youth as well as homes for mentally or emotionally challenged youth. Greater Miami Continentals have supported and participated in various programs including asthma awareness and education programs, camp sponsorships, shoe drives, college scholarships, community health fairs, recreation and fitness activities, humanities and arts through cultural sponsored events, young adult workforce readiness and employment seminars, assisted college-bound youth with attaining clothing and books and feeding homeless during the Holidays.
These ventures puts us in direct contact with hundreds of family weekly... Families whose members are consumers of a variety of services offered by a variety of businesses. Your generous support of our programs and services would send a very strong message to all of the above named groups of people related to our fine organization which would go a long way into helping them to make a decision to support your business endeavors.
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