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Pacesetters Salutes Unsung Heroes

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Over 220 were in attendance at the recent 9th Annual Pacesetters Committee of he Riverside African American Historical Society "Unsung Heroes" reception.
The annual Unsung Hero reception is given to honor Inland Empire residents who have attained high personal achievements in their chosen field or have made significant positive impact on the lives of others by voluntarily giving of themselves without widespread recognition commensurate with their deeds.

9th Annual Pacesetters “Unsung Heroes” (l-r) Lee Wagner, Hazel Hawkins-Russell, Ted King and James Beauregard.
This year's honorees were: Dr. Hazel H. Russell, Pacesetter-Education, Theodore "Ted" King, Unsung Hero-Religion, Lee Wagner, Unsung Hero-Law Enforcement and James R. Beauregard, Unsung Hero-Humanitarian.

North Rubidoux Women’s Club Founding Members and current members.
For more information on the Pacesetters or the Riverside African American Historical Society call (951) 682-5062 or (951) 784-7125.

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