Eduacation staple returns: The Inlet Grove High Foundation’s annual salute to teachers and scholarship fundraiser, led by the school’s founder and CEO Dr. Emma Banks, second from left, has become recognized as the unofﬁcial culmination of the school year. She and area educators were celebrated by mistress of ceremonies Angela Rozier, from left, noted businessman Ricky Wade, Foundation Chairperson Dr. Barbara Carey-Shuler, keynote speaker Anthony Anderson, and Urban League of Palm Beach County CEO Patrick Franklin.
ANTHONY ANDERSON: The Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actor and comedian, star and executive producer of ABCTV’s multi-award nominated sitcom “Blackish,” who will reprise his role as Det. Kevin Barnard in the 21st season of television’s “Law and Order,” followed his introductory remarks in a conversation with mistress of ceremonies Angela Rozier, during which he also entertained questions from and interacted with the audience.
DIGNITARIES AND HONOREE: From left, The Mosaic Group president & CEO Ann Marie Sorrell, Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach & Treasure Coast CEO Shalonda Warren, Palm Beach County Charter Schools Administrator Dr. George L. Lockhart, escorting retired law enforcement pioneer Beverly Elliott Morrison to accept her Community Advocate Award.