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Program 
March 26, 1981 Sheraton Centre, New York City, Imperial Ballroom
A National Salute to Black Achievers in Industry 1981

Co-Chairpersons
Carrie Terrell
Member Emeritus, Board of Managers
Harlem Branch YMCA

Nicholas A. Sica
President
European American Bank & Trust Co.

Mistress of Ceremonies
Claudia L. Roberts
Personnel Manager, Business
Newsweek, Inc.

"Lift Every Voice and Sing"
(last stanza is invocation of the evening)
Elizabeth Stubbs
Soprano
Bethel AME Church

Dinner Music
Richard Spencer—Viola
Richard Alston—Piano
The Juilliard School of Music

Dinner
Introduction of Speaker
The Honorable Bruce WRight
Judge, Civil Court

Address
The Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham
United States Federal Judge

Purpose of Salute and Introduction of Co-Chairperson
Carrie Terrell
Co-Chairperson, Black Achievers Committee
Member Emeritus, Board of Managers
Harlem Branch YMCA

Remarks to Industry
Nicholas A. Sica
President
European American Bank & Trust Co.
Co-Chairperson
Black Achievers Committee

Remarks and Special Presentation
Frank M. McIver
Assistant Vice President
The New York Bank for Savings
Chairman, Board of Managers
Harlem Branch YMCA

The Honorable Samuel R. Pierce, Jr.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Remarks and Introduction of Youth of the Year
Richard L. Taylor
Executive Director
Harlem Branch YMCA

Congratulations
Lee-Ann Morgan
Youth of the Year
Harlem Branch YMCA

Presentation and Recognition 
1981 Black Achievers

George B. Harmon
Manager of Recruiting
American Management Associations, Inc.

Norman Hunte
Business Banking Team
Assistant Vice President
Citibank, N.A.

Nicholas A. Sica
Carrie Terrell

Benediction
Richard L. Taylor

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