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Monday, November 15, 2010

Councilor Mapp honored by District 20 Black Caucus


Plainfield Councilor Adrian Mapp was honored by the 20th District Black Caucus.

Plainfield Councilor Adrian O. Mapp was among ten honorees at the 2010 gala of the District 20 Black Caucus,held on Saturday evening at the Westwood.

The Caucus has as its mission mentoring, supporting and electing persons of color to public office in the 20th Legislative District, which is comprised of Elizabeth, Kenilworth, Roselle and Union Township.

Besides Councilor Mapp, honorees included Roselle Mayor Garrett Smith and Freeholder Mohammed Jalloh, brother of Plainfield Deputy City Clerk 'AJ' Jalloh.

The Black Caucus is particularly active in voter registration in the 20th District, and promotes voter participation as a way that people of color can guarantee themselves representation at the tables of power in Union County.

The banquet and awards committee was co-chaired by Ethelyne Grimsley and Christine Gordon, with members William Gallman Jr., Ernestine Williams, Viola Cade and Sharon Lee.

See more on the 20th District here.

-- Dan Damon [follow]

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Councilman Mapp.

Anonymous said...

YIPPIE

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Adrian!

YEP I SAID IT! said...

A MAPP for Plainfield - 2011!!!