Daniel G. Hill Community Service Awards 

Saturday, Royal May 11, 1996-7:00pm to 9:00pm Ontario Museum (south entrance) 

The Daniel G. Hill Community Service Awards were created to honour those individuals (or organizations) who have made a significant contribution to the African Canadian community. Past recipients include the Canadian Negro Women’s Association, the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the British Methodist Episcopal Church of Canada and the First Baptist Church. 

Who will be honored this year? 

Raffles, door prizes and silent ww.auctions will occur while selected talent, a fashion show and, of course, the awards are presented. Our Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Anthony Sherwood, actor and producer of the recently aired CBC documentary Music – A Family Tradition. Don’t miss this opportunity to come out and have a good time! 

Admission $10.00 

For Your Information: 

Dalhousie University has announced the appointment of Lawyer, Esmeralda Thornhill as the first holder of the James Robinson Johnson endowed Chair in Black Canadian Studies. 


The Negro Creek Road issue in Holland Landing has not yet been resolved. As you know this road was abruptly renamed, after a European who never lived there, last August. To voice your disapproval write a letter of protest addressed to Arnold Rosenberg, Holland Township Town Council. the Ontario Black History Society will forward them and retain a copy for our records. 

OBHS Public Service Announcements: 

“Black History Bytes” 

With a project grant from the Department of Canadian Heritage, Multiculturalism Branch, the Ontario Black History Society has produced several “bytes” of Black History. These bytes, created in conjunction with Themehouse Inc., cover a range of important figures in Black Canadian History. Since these bytes are Public Service announcements, to encourage people to learn more about the long-term nature of the achievements and contributions of African Canadians, they will be broadcast on television stations as PSA times are available. Watch for the OBHS Black History Bytes!