Regional Chamber of Commerce LIAACC Installs Suffolk County Director Kimberly Grant-Bynoe

On November 16, 2015 at the H. Lee Dennison Building 100 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, New York. Kimberly Grant-Bynoe was installed as the Suffolk County Director for the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, ...

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Kimberly Grant-Bynoe installed as the Suffolk County Director for the LIAACC by the Honorable Judge William Ford.

Hauppauge, NY - November 19, 2015 - On November 16, 2015 at the H. Lee Dennison Building 100 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, New York, Kimberly Grant-Bynoe was installed as the Suffolk County Director for the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. by the Honorable Judge William Ford. William G. Ford is a judge-elect of the Supreme Court 10th Judicial District in New York.

The agenda for the installation was as follows: Invocation Pastor Jamaal Bernard Christian Cultural Center - Long Island ,African American National Anthem Shardae Hale Lift Every Voice & Sing Cornerstone Church of God In Christ ,Welcome / Mission Statement Phil Andrews, President  LIAACC ,Video Presentation ,Drum Performance Edwina Lee Tyler Master African Drummer , Performance by Shadrack Boakye,The Truth Urban Theatre, Remarks & Award Presentations Vanessa Pugh, Chief Deputy Commissioner Proclamations / Citations Suffolk County Department of Labor, Licensing & Consumer Affairs

Honoree: Economic Development Award Community Service Award - Tonya Lewter-Gordon New Millennium Development Services, Inc.

Honoree: Community Service Award TanyaWhittmore Healthfirst

Honoree: Small Business Paula Turpin-Miller Truly Blessed Styles

Honoree: Hospitality Award Vera Schenck Black Diamond Soul Food Caterers

Installation Ceremony Honorable Judge William Ford

Remarks Kimberly Grant-Bynoe, Suffolk County Director LIAACC

Final Remarks Sharon Davis, Vice President LIAACC

Closing Prayer Pastor Marcel J. Snuggs, Harvest Christian Bible Church

Citations were provided by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Deputy Majority Leader Assemblyman Phil Ramos, and the 9th New York State Assembly District Suffolk County Legislator Monica  Martinez, Kimberly Jean Pierre 11th Legislative District  Office to Kimberly Grant-Bynoe citing her installation, each of the honorees and citations presented to the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. marking  this historic occasion.

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Pictured: (top right) Phil Andrews, President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce,  Inc., Kimberly Grant-Bynoe, Suffolk County Director, Honorable Judge William Ford

 

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