All is not forgotten… we are all here for A Better Indianola. And in fact, I have been quite busy with several projects to continue promoting Education, Unity, and Progress within the local community and throughout the Mississippi Delta. I will continue to share within this forum…
Last week, I received a phone call from my former sister-in-law, Courtney Coleman, regarding her involvement with Organizing for America. I informed her that I was very familiar with the organization and am a supporter of their activities. She asked if I would open the 308 Blues Club and Cafe for a special presidential webcast this upcoming Tuesday. Delighted by her political involvement and without pause… I gladly obliged.
On Tuesday, October 12th, President Barack Obama will join Organizing for America supporters via webcast to discuss the importance of the upcoming fall elections. Bring your laptops to the 308 Blues Club and Cafe, located behind the B.B. King Museum and adjacent to the Indianola Police Department, at 308 Depot Avenue in Indianola. Again, President Obama will speak directly to voters about the November 2nd elections and encourage everyone to get out and vote. I urge your attendance.
Let’s get organized in Indianola… throughout the Mississippi Delta… and all of America! See you at the 308 Blues Club and Cafe this Tuesday, October 12th, at 4 pm.
If you cannot join us at the hosted function in Indianola, you can still participate. Starting at 5:30 PM Central Time, you can view President Obama’s webcast online at http://www.barackobama.com/live
Biography: Courtney Coleman
Courtney Suzette Coleman is a nineteen-year-old native of Mound Bayou, MS. She is currently studying Political Science as a sophomore. Courtney has built a strong foundation while at Tougaloo. Courtney was recently named Miss Congeniality in the Miss Omega Psi Phi Pageant. She is also an active member in the Reuben V. Anderson Pre-Law Society. Upon graduation, Courtney plans to continue to study law at the University of Mississippi Law School.