Trinity Village hosts Black History Month Celebration

March 3, 2016

More Heroes

BRIA of Trinity Village honored three Black History Makers at a history program on February 15, 2016. Seated (from left) are Beverly Jean Jones Hightower Coleman, a long-time nurse and award-winning education volunteer; Delores Nicholson Wilkins, a nurse practitioner employed for 20 years at the former Mt. Sinai Hospital, and later as a parish nurse at her local church; and Irene Bell, who become one of the first three women in Milwaukee to qualify to drive a Greyhound Bus, a vocation she pursued for 25 years. Currently, she supervises 30 visiting teachers who provide bible home study. In the back row are (from left) BRIA of Trinity Village Coordinator Carol Calvin and Clayborn Benson, guest speaker and founder of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society Museum.

Congratulations to Trinity Village on a
Wonderful and Uplifting
Black History Month Program!