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The Village Projects Salutes Mrs. Autrilla Scott-Making a Difference!
Oct 26, 2006 -- Mrs. Autrilla Scott is working once again to improve her community. She is drumming up support to turn a vacant lot located on the south side of East Hill street (one lot east of the corner of Martin Luther King), Long Beach, California, into a mini-park. An inaugural awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 5:30p.m. at the Japanest American National Museum in Los Angeles at 369 East 1st Street. The award ceremony will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles at 369 E. 1st Street. Bank of America will present an awards check to Mrs. Scott at that ceremony. Mrs. Scott is well known for her strong advocacy for improvements in her community. She says that it all is simply her way of helping others. Mrs. Scott was recently featured in the book "From Hope to Harlem" describing the young President Bill Clinton when he was just a child and her experiences while babysitting him. She is a published poet and has become a recognized poet laureate in the Long Beach Area. The Village Projects Salutes Mrs. Autrilla Scott, a woman of vision and a determination to make things better.

  "Our solutions are bigger than any one profession or job. We must reclaim our interconnections and learn to freely share information with each other, and to support the success of a new generation. We must create connections and collaborations. Our goal must be to move this system in the direction of caring what happens to persons who need it the most, and we must take our place in that effort. We will find a way to make a difference!"

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