On behalf of Town of Babylon Supervisor Rich Schaffer and the Department of Human Services, we would like to invite the community to attend the 31st Annual Black History Month Program on Monday, February 11, 2019 at Amityville Memorial Memorial High School, located at 250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701. The formal program will begin at 6:00pm in the auditorium where we will honor individuals for their service to the communty and will also feature music, performances and greetings from our Town of Babylon Supervisor. We will have a vendor marketplace and refreshments available after the formal program. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Jermaine Archer, Associate Professor and Chair of the American Studies/Media & Communications Department at SUNY Old Westbury.This year's honorees include: Joyce Adedugbe, Nurse Practitioner and Owner of Nissi Diabetes Care PC; Andrew Ayodeji, Co-founder of the Bolden Mack Park Summer League; Lystra Constantine-Gaddy, Wyandanch Mothers for Change and community service advocate; Dr. Lynn Elfe, Director of TRiO Student Support Services at SUNY Farmingdale; Daniel Lloyd, Founder of Minority Millennials Inc., social entrepreneur and Co-founder of the Bolden Mack Park Summer League; Marie Saint-Cyr, Visual Artist, Educator and Art Administrator. Mistress of Ceremonies is Andrea De Loney, Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager and Community Activist. For more information please contact the Department of Human Services at 631-464-4340. This is a free community event and all are invited to attend!