POWER LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST
Join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by enjoying the Power Leadership Breakfast hosted by The Collin College Board of Trustees and District President Dr. Neil Matkins, and Co-Chaired by Dr. Millie D. Black and Dr. Albert Tezeno which is now available.
HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
"COMMITTED TO THE DREAM" PROGRAM
Monday, January 18, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
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The Plano Community Forum is proud to have served the Plano Community for the past 39 years. Thank you to all of our sponsors, donors, volunteers and our members and leaders who enable us to impact the community.
To provide scholarship opportunities to minority students graduating from Plano schools and provide cultural enrichment and community involvement.
PLANO COMMUNITY FORUM AT A GLANCE
Plano Community Forum was founded by Ken Chestnut, Fred Moses, Al Schexnayder, and Cecil Starks on December 10, 1981 in response to a need for African Americans to get involved in the Plano Community; as well as to create a forum to honor and recognize the achievements of African Americans in Plano.
Plano Community Forum has always promoted community involvement and recognized the accomplishments of those in the Plano community. As a result of this passion, PCF sponsored and co-sponsored many events in the city including, but not limited to, the citywide Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration weekend.
PCF has been a voice in the community for four decades. When there are queries in the community you can be certain that Plano Community Forum leaders are at the tables of discussion.
Today the Forum is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic organization that continues to support cultural enrichment in the community and educational opportunities for minority students while continuing to be a voice for the people in the City of Plano.