People United to Advance the Dream 1st Annual Education Scholarship Fund

On behalf of People United to Advance the Dream Mobile Inc. we would like to thank our sponsors, without your generous support the annual education scholarship fund would not be possible.

Dr. Bobbie Holt-Ragler

Dr. Reginald Crenshaw

Dr. Terry Hazard

North Side Check Exchange

Nissi Security, LLC

Alfred and Kathleen Jackson

Essence of Love Hair Salon

Conde Explorers Float 7 & 11

The 1st Annual Education Scholarship Ceremony will be held on Sunday May 7, 2017 at 6:00 PM
Striker Club , Inc
1100 Springhill Avenue
Mobile, AL 36603

People United to Advance the Dream’s Selma Bus Trip

Ride the bus with us to Selma to help commemorate the historic “Bloody Sunday” March. The bus leaves at 6am from LeFlore High School parking lot at 700 Donald St., Mobile,AL and returns at 7pm. High school students are encouraged to ride with parental
consent and most have at least one chaperone.

Sunday – Martin Luther King Memorial Church Service

Join with us at Grace and Truth Christian Fellowship Church and the rest of the community
to commemorate all the things Martin Luther King stood for and what he strive to achieve in the

Sunday – People United to the Advance Dream’s 1st Annual Tie Extravaganza and Award Gala

Greetings from our City Officials. This event is to recognize a diverse group of Community Champions
for their services for various communities and recognize their generosity to the less fortunate.
Awards presented will be the MLK Humanitarian Award, the MLK Health & Human Service Award, The MLK Educational Award & The MLK Drum Major Award and other special recognitions.

Monday – The Mobile MLK March

We, members of PUAD coordinate the event follows: – We march together as a group for the commemorative celebration of the life of Dr. King this march is to remind everyone of the equality and human rights developed from his life and accomplishments. Security will be available with volunteers from the Sheriff Department, The Masonic Lodge Brothers and Community leaders. Mobile City Police Department will coordinate the security and March.

Monday – Outdoor Rally/ Stop the Violence Ralley

Following the MLK March the Out Door Rally is held. The objective is to bring togetherness to the community and surrounding areas by welcoming all diversities. Speakers will speak to the youth encouraging them and reminding them of the importance of an education.