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EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD TO BE PRESENTED AT NCNW BLACK FAMILY REUNION CELEBRATION

 EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD TO BE PRESENTED
 AT NCNW BLACK FAMILY REUNION CELEBRATION
 WHO: -- Dr. Dorothy I. Height, president and CEO, National
 Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
 -- Dianne Vernon, third annual Mid-Southern region
 recipient, NCNW Excellence in Teaching Award
 -- Paula Saizan, program manager, Shell Oil Company
 WHAT: Presentation of Excellence in Teaching Award during the
 Leadership Forum at the NCNW Black Family Reunion
 Celebration (BFRC).
 WHEN: 11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 18
 WHERE: The Greater Imani Church and Christian Center
 1000 S. Cooper
 Memphis, Tenn.
 Vernon, a teacher at W.H. Atwell Fundamental Academy in Dallas, will be presented the Excellence in Teaching Award for the Mid-Southern region by the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) during the Black Family Reunion Celebration in Memphis.
 Vernon was selected by a national, nine-member panel of judges chaired by Dr. Yvonne Ewell, who serves on the Dallas School Board. The panel of judges was appointed by the NCNW Commission on Education, chaired by Dr. Gloria F. Gilmer of Milwaukee.
 Award recipients are chosen for inspiring a high level of achievement among African American students, for distinguishing themselves among their colleagues and peers, and for their contributions to teaching and excellence in the profession. Shell Oil Company is sponsoring the Excellence in Teaching Award.
 CONTACT: Aleta Williams of the National Council of Negro Women, 202-659-0006, or Paula Saizan of Shell Oil Company, 713-241-2307.
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