Breakfast of Champions has been Rescheduled

Due to Hurricane Florence, the Breakfast of Champions has been rescheduled until September 29th, 2018.

All previously purchased tickets for this event will be honored.

Join the Hampton Roads Black Caucus for the 3rd Annual Breakfast of Champions.

When:

    Saturday, September 29th, 2018 9:00am

Where:

    • Holiday Inn – Greenwich

 

    • 5655 Greenwich Road

 

    • Virginia Beach, VA

Google Map of Location

Who:

    Guest speakers this year are,

Dr. Michael G. Daniels

    • Pastor, Enoch Baptist Church – Virginia Beach

 

    • Founder, Western Bayside United Group

Loretta D. Kahn
Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Hampton Roads Guzeti

Louisa M. Strayhorn<
First African/American woman elected to Virginia Beach City Council
(1994 – 1998)

Tickets are $30.00 per person and can be purchased at the door or online.
Purchase tickets online

3rd Annual Breakfast of Champions

Join the Hampton Roads Black Caucus for the 3rd Annual Breakfast of Champions.

When:

    Saturday, September 15th, 2018 9:00am

Where:

Who:

    Guest speakers this year are,
    Dr. Michael G. Daniels
    Pastor, Enoch Baptist Church – Virginia Beach
    Founder, Western Bayside United Group

    Loretta D. Kahn
    Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Hampton Roads Guzeti

    Louisa M. Strayhorn<
    First African/American woman elected to Virginia Beach City Council
    (1994 – 1998)

Tickets are $30.00 per person and can be purchased at the door or online.
Purchase tickets online

Election Day is Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

It is your right, it is your voice. It is the power that those who struggled in years past fought for, protected and treasured to pass on to our generation. It is how we honor those who went before us, preserve what has been given to us and how we will defend our legacy for those who come after us.

Tuesday, May 1st 2018 is Election Day in Chesapeake, & Norfolk.

The Democratic and Republican party primaries will be happening soon after.

Visit your local city, county or town voter registrar’s office website to find out who is on the ballot, what offices are being contested, what the issues are and where each candidate stands on them.

Your local elections can be even more important than the elections for President, U.S. Senator, Congressman or even Governor because our local officials deal with the issues that are closest to our day-to-day lives. These are our schools, our roads, our playgrounds and our neighborhoods. But sadly, these elections typically have the lowest voter turnout.

This makes our vote even more valuable than at any other time.