North Central Service Club, Inc. awards 12 young women at 44th Annual Scholarship Luncheon

May 9, 2019

Photo by Yvonne Kemp

On Saturday, May 4, 2019, The North Central Service Club, Inc. (NCSCI) hosted their 44th Annual Scholarship Luncheon at the Four Points by Sheraton-Milwaukee North, 8900 North Kildeer Court. The NCSCI is a community service focused group of local African American women leaders. As part of their community service, NSCCI provides scholarships each year to bright and talented young ladies graduating from area high schools. The keynote speaker this year was Dr. Jacqueline M. Mann (inset, left).

This year’s recipients, pictured at the luncheon are (back row, from left) Aaliya Evans, Vincent High School; Darkiria Davis, North Division High School; Samiah Taylor, Milwaukee High School of the Arts; Jamiya Washington, Golda Meir High School; Nia Collins, Pulaski High School; (front row, from left) Kia Williams, Washington High School; Mia Rimmer, Rufus King High School; Dione Javius, Hamilton High School; I’zariah Ali, Messmer High School; Nia Collins, Pulaski High School; (not pictured) Malyun Ali, Bradley Tech High School; and (inset, right) Ceria McGlothian, Ronald Reagan High School. NCSCI’s founders are Mildred Harpole and Marlene Narcisse Johnson; and current president is Pamela Malone.