PROC Foundation hosts 27th Beautillion
Free Press staff report | 11/2/2023, 1:41 a.m.
The achievements of four beaux (young men) will be recognized during the Professionals Reaching Out to the Community (PROC) Foundation’s 27th Beautillion on Nov. 11 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.
The Beautillion offers high school juniors and seniors educational, social and cultural experiences, along with the chance to earn a college scholarship during the eight-month Beautillion program.
The theme of this year’s Beautillion is “Creating the Narrative for a Better Tomorrow.”
During the black-tie event, educational and book scholarships will be awarded.
This year’s participants include:
Matthew Lamar Edwards
– A junior at Matoaca High School, he is the son of Mr. Marvin L. Edwards and Mrs. Letitia M. Edwards. His escort is J’adore Cadet.
Bishop Ramon Foster
– A junior at Collegiate School of Richmond, he is the son of LaMarr R. Daniel and Philip Foster. His escort is Tyeia Lewis.
Jahleel Kenan Miller
– A senior at Deep Run High School, he is the son of Perry J. Miller and Tanya C. Fisher-Miller. His escort is Alexa Elizabeth Sneed.
DeWight Alan Robinson, Jr.
– A junior at Richmond Christian School, he is the son of Mr. Dewight A. Robinson Sr. and Mrs. Monica W. Robinson. His escort is Jhaelyn Gordon.
Information about the annual event and applications for next year’s Beautillion may be found online at www.procfoundation.org, or by contacting Mrs. Brenda J. Foster at email@example.com or (804) 347-9562. The application deadline is March 24, 2024.