Congratulations to all those graduating this year. No matter what level, you have been blessed to achieve! We praise God for you and for what you have done. We look forward to praising God for all you will do as well. And, while this may be a bit selfish (God, please forgive our sin of pride), we ARE proud of you and will brag about you (please forgive us as you roll your eyes, LOL). In any event, here are our 2022 graduates.

GraduateRelationshipSchool or institutionGraduating from level
Amir AshfordGrandson of Leslie Ashford, Sr.Hugs N Snugs Daycare AcademyPre-K
Joy AshfordGranddaughter of Leslie Ashford, Sr.George Washington Carver Elementary School8th Grade
Isaiah ChristielGrandson of Carolyn and Charles ChristielSullivan Elementary School8th Grade
Dawon Cole, Jr.Nephew of Patricia Cole Pre-K
Justin DavisGrandnephew of Rev. Michelle and Phillip SandersSoutherland Elementary School8th Grade
Jawain D. GrangerGodson of Letitia RichardsonDelaware State UniversityBachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Beckie Hannah

Granddaughter of Marilyn Hannah & great granddaughter of Betty Owens

La Follette High School, Madison, Wisconsin

High School

Arbrianna Jackson

Niece of Patricia Cole

Park Manor Elementary School

8th Grade

Kurtis NoblesGrandson of Joan WalkerCastlepark Middle School, Chula Vista, California8th Grade
Davin SandersGrandson of Leslie Ashford, Sr.Thomas Middle School8th Grade

Sabrina Sanders

Niece of Rev. Michelle and Phillip Sanders

DePaul University

Doctorate Degree in Education

Kliyah Seanoir

Cousin of Lana Jones

Barnard School

8th Grade

Quinton Shields

Son of Ritha Ferguson

University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Amira Todd

Daughter of Roderick & Tasha Todd, granddaughter of John & Linda Bell

Dunne Elementary School

8th Grade, Valedictorian

Jordan Watkins

Son of Kevin & Lauren Branden, grandson of Ralph & Lana Jones

Causey Middle School, Mobile, Alabama

8th Grade

Kelly Woodlawn Church 2022 graduates

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