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Boston Scenes 8/7/14 – Roxbury Multi-Service Center’s (RMSC) 50th Anniversary

Parker House Hotel Owner Jerry Dunfey, Councilor Charles Yancey and Willard Johnson, Photo Credit Tony Irving
Brian O’Connor, Paul Dunfey, Carole Montgomery and Councilor Tito Jackson. (Photo by Tony Irving.)
State Rep. Byron Rushing, Councilor Tito Jackson, Board Member Helen Credle, CEO Carole Montgomery, Board Member Paulette Jones, Councilor Charles Yancey and At-large Councilor Ayanna Pressle. (Photo by Tony Irving.)
The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum was the site of creative flair when nearly 300 guests turned out to celebrate the Roxbury Multi-Service Center’s (RMSC) 50th Anniversary. Action for Boston Community Development CEO John Drew and Hubie Jones were honored for their contributions to the establishment and early growth of RMSC. Karen Holmes Ward of WCVB TV served as Mistress of Ceremonies, and guests enjoyed a video and slide presentation entitled “A Walk Down Memory Lane” — created by Jim Newman and directed and produced by Gail Jackson Communications. Guests were also treated to The Early History of RMSC which was written by Kenneth J. Cooper, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist!

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