Commissioner Denise D. Grant

LAUDERHILL, FL – At the Lauderhill Commission meeting on April 8, 2024,
Commissioner Denise D. Grant presented a proclamation to the Jamaican Men of
Florida (JMOF) for their dedication to community service. The organization has
made significant contributions to the community, particularly in outreach to the
homeless population.
The JMOF was established in 2020 with the goal of fostering a sense of community
and brotherhood among Jamaican men in Florida. The organization has made a
significant impact through various initiatives, including providing scholarships,
feeding the homeless, donating to charities, and hosting youth and community
building workshops.
Commissioner Grant recognized the organization’s commitment to empowerment,
service, and community building, and honored their contributions to the City of
Lauderhill. She acknowledged the significant presence of Jamaican men within the
community, with a significant portion of the population claiming Jamaican heritage.
Notable individuals such as Robert Sighn, Everton Hanson, and Kirk Lawrence
were also recognized for their contributions to the city.
The proclamation celebrates the JMOF’s achievements and looks forward to
continued collaboration in building a stronger, more vibrant community for all.
Commissioner Grant’s recognition of the organization’s efforts serves as a
testament to the positive impact they have had on the community.
It must be noted that State Representative Daryl Campbell was honored at the
Commission Meeting

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