Team Ujima on the Mid-Atlantic Episcopal District Vaccine Hesitancy Program team celebrates 6 months







Celebrating 6-months of Ministry as Team Ujima on the Mid Atlantic Episcopal District VACCINE HESITANCY PROGRAM TEAM...What a blessing and a rewarding experience this has been in Outreach Ministry. I would like to THANK Dr. Evalina Huggins, Program Administrator, Dr. Timothy Freeman, Project Manager, and Ms. Alisha Dawkins, ,Administrative Assistant for coming all the way from our Episcopal Headquarters in Washington DC to our Program Celebration on Saturday November 13th, 2021 where we celebrated with all the persons that received their 1st and 2nd Covid-19 Vaccine Shots. We gave out gift card to say Thank You for assisting us in trying to save lives. We could not have accomplished so much without our Awesome Partners: Bluefield State College and Dr. Ted Lewis, Provost ,Bluestone Health Clinic and Nurse Susan Plumley and the Awesome Team Ujima Ambassadors where we all came together and educated, and distributed Covid-19 Vaccine Educational Information to over a 1000 person and actually Vaccinated over 700 of those perons. We say Thank you and To God be the Glory all that He has allowed us to accomplish together these last six months. We were blessed to award a $1000.00 Scholarship to Bluefield State College to be awarded to a deserving hard working Student. That Scholarship was awarded to Ms Nijah Johnson. Congratulations to her as she continue to pursue her educational career. I would like to thank our Episcopal Leader Team, Bishop and Mrs. W. Darin Moore who selected me to do this work as a Community Partner Coordinator. Thank you to our hard working Leader of Team Ujima Reverend A. Addison Young, lll, Regional Coordinator. Last but not least SPECIAL THANKS TO MY TEAM UJIMA AMBASSADORS: Sisters Angela Sharp, Sister Fern Simpson, Brother Todd Peavy, Reverend Francine Saunders sis. Lisa Taxley-Brooks , Sister Trixie Brown-Saunders and Reverend Marviene Johnson. To God be the Glory for what He has done to bless the lives of so many.