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Monday, January 24, 2022

Merry Christmas Community

Sister Elma Horton (center) was presented the Vivianne Pennick award by Mt. Zion Women’s Ministry President, Mary Hopkins, left. Also in the photo is Darlene Hobbs, who was last year’s recipient of the award.

Mary Hopkins is completing her last duties as President of the Mount Zion Women’s Ministry. 

The new presidency will take effect January 2022. During her tenure as president, Hopkins says that she has enjoyed working at Mount Zion and in the community.  She will continue serving as a member of the Mount Zion Housing Development Board, and member of the Executive Board of the Seattle Section National Council of Negro Women. 

Hopkins says that she wishes everyone in the community a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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