(CHARLESTON, WV) On February 28th, members of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club presented the fourth Annual Black History Month Celebration. This event celebrates the accomplishments of African American’s both past and present. All Club members are encouraged to participate as part of the club’s educational program. This year’s theme was “family reunion.” Friends, family and alumni enjoyed presentations including a speech from our Youth of the Year, short stories and skits presenting information about African American Inventors, a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., dance, choir, and a special step team performance by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity at West Virginia State University. The annual program is a labor of love for Mrs. JoAnn Molina, a homework assistant at The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Charleston.