Arkansas Welcomes Con-Real Back Home

On Thursday, October 25, 2012, Gerald B. Alley and Troy C. Alley, Jr., along with an Honorary Host Committee, hosted the Welcome Home Con-Real Reception in the Forty-Two at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, AR.

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Gerald B. Alley, President and CEO, Inducted in Arkansas Black Hall of Fame

The Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Foundation grants funds to non- profit organizations committed to improving education, health & wellness, youth development, and entrepreneurship in African-Americans as well as other underserved communities throughout Arkansas. The money raised through the Black Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony supports the foundations efforts throughout the year.  This Induction Ceremony is a well-known and prestigious social event occurring in the state of Arkansas. Since 1993, The Arkansas Black Hall of Fame has recognized Arkansas Natives or noteworthy individuals supporting the state, whom made an impact on Arkansas and the world in the fields of education arts, politics, medical, sports, community and business. As this annual ceremony approaches its 21st anniversary, heavy importance has been placed on the illustrious evening of accolades, inspiration, and entertainment.

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