The Mobile Chapter of Jack and Jill of America Inc. is presenting its 39th annual Le Beautillion Militaire Service Program, culminating March 31 at the Battle House Hotel at 4 p.m., when 25 young men will be formally introduced to society at the Jack and Jill Le Beautillion Militaire Ball.
Jack and Jill is a 79-year-old national service organization of mothers dedicated to raising the next generation of African-American leaders while enhancing the lives of all children. The Le Beautillion Militaire Program is the Mobile Chapter’s premier community service and fund development event.
Mobile Chapter members cultivate and encourage excellence in scholastic achievement and exemplary character, create and promote community service among African-American senior high school males. The program consists of seven months of activities designed to support leadership development, education, cultural awareness and community service to enhance future career choices and adulthood.
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