Our opinion: Selma Links thank local sponsorships

Published 5:31 pm Sunday, January 21, 2024

Members of the Selma Chapter of the Links say they are grateful for the countless sponsorships in Selma and Dallas County that support their mission to support the community.

We applaud the businesses and individuals that support the Links in their endeavors, an impressive list of who’s who in Selma and Dallas County. The young generation needs a good example to follow. 

The local corporate sponsors are: Neurology Consultant, Dr. Leroy and Mrs. Leroy Maxwell, C&D Enterprises Incorporated Foundation, Dale Bryant and Family, International Paper, Vaughan Regional Medical Center, Judge Brandon J. Wooten, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Farmers Insurance LaShauna Taylor Agency, Salute Selma, Inc., Rural Health Medical Program, Inc., Jeannie Evans and Family, Randall Miller Funeral Service, Inc. and Crematory, 4th Judicial District Attorney Robert Turner Jr., the Dale Family, New Image Hair Salon, Tabernacle of Praise, Selma Housing Authority, Gospel Tabernacle  Church-ATAP CDC, Edmunite Missions, Long-Lewis Foundation, Salute Selma, Inc., Judge Donald McMillian, Dallas County Circuit Court Judge Collins Pettaway Jr., District 23 State Senator Robert Stewart, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, Perry County Commissioner Albert Turner Jr., Fourth Judicial District  Attorney Robert L. Turner  Jr., Law offices of Jeffrey C. Robinson,Spire Energy, Alabama Artificial Limb and Orthopedic Service, The Empowerment Group, Tax Collector Tanika Neely and Neely Transportation, Nail Tek Salon Freedom Baptist Church, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Dash Retirement and the Dallas County Commission.

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The Links also deserve a pat on the back and a high five for their hard work and dedication.  Dr. Constance Hendricks, Danielle Wooten, Phenicia Nunn, Margaret Jones, Juanda Maxwell, Dr.. Patricia Robinson and Ronita Wade are among the Links members that play prominent roles in the community.

We are looking forward to the next Links event to get held in the community.