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The Afro-American, October 12, 2019 - October 18, 2019

Photos by Dwayne Mingo and Pam Jenkins Prince George’s County Association of Realtors (PGCAR) has a highly developed and successful political

affairs program with a proven track record of effectively advocating for the best interest of REALTOR® members and for the private property rights of the general public. More specifically, the REALTOR® Political Action Committee (RPAC) is the fundraising arm of the Association, which plans annual fundraisers and other events to help reach the Association’s RPAC funding goals. Recently, PGCAR hosted a Major RPAC Contributor Appreciation Event at Caruso Homes Monticello Model in Bowie, Md., which included a fun and exciting cooking class Boyd Campbell, Maryland Realtors immediate with gourmet personal chef past president and Michael Cerrito, broker and and owner Danny Boylen owner of Cerrito Realty LLC II of Cogito Ergo Sauté, the DMV’s Premier Personal Chef Service.

Gene Frazier Branch Manager Prime Lending Mortgage

Personal chef and owner Danny Boylen II of Cogito Ergo Sauté

REALTORS®, friends and colleagues turned out in great numbers to attend the Installation Ceremony of PGCAR 2020 President Yolanda Muckle, (Associated

with Long and Foster Real Estate in Mitchellville, MD). The event was held at Camelot in Upper Marlboro, MD on Sept. 19 and Triscina Grey, from WHUR Radio (96.3) was our Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening. The evening was enchanted by the wonderful sounds of the Johnny Steele Band and the room was saturated with purple and silver, Yolanda’s favorite colors. Yolanda took the helm on Oct. 1 and was installed by County Council Chairman Todd Turner. Maryland Association of REALTORS® President John A. Harrison installed the officers and directors at the event.

PGCAR President Yolanda Muckle and County Council Chair Todd Turner 2020 PGCAR Board of Directors and Mistress of Ceremony, Triscina Grey WHUR 96.3

PGCAR Executive Vice President Michael Graziano, center, with PGCAR Staff

Veera Phillips, PGCAR immediate past president

Prince George’s State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy, PGCAR President Yolanda Muckle and Senator Douglas Peters


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The Afro-American, October 12, 2019 - October 18, 2019

Fashion Show Attendees Models march down the runway

Performance by Ruff Endz

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n Oct. 6, The Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore, Md. presented the Warrior Women African Fashion Show, hosted by, designer and owner of NSAA African Creations, Marjorie Nicole. The fashion show was a celebration of African fashion and an expression of the arts through culture, music, and community. This event featured live performances by Baltimore’s own R&B duo, Ruff Endz, along with a drum performance by Jabari Exum, movement Choreographer of the critically acclaimed movie, Black Panther. Written by Imani Wj Wright Photos by Joe Young

Nandi Williams Vanessa Syk

Nina Love

Designer Rakal Green walking down runway with model

Profile for The AFRO American

LifeStyle 10-11-2019  

LifeStyle 10-11-2019