Year end program for dance classes sponsored by Prince George's County Recreation Department at Lakeland Elementary School, Event held in school's multi purpose room.
Classes held at Lakeland Elementary School by Prince Georges County Recreation Department
May 16, 1958 program held at First Baptist Church of College Park. Artists were community members and friends
Robert Fields, a familiar face at musical religious events in the community. Photographed in 1958, he was noted for his incredible singing voice, perfect for gospel music.
This mural replaced an earlier one in more subdued tones
In dance recital for program sponsored by Prince Georges County Recreation Department. Classes and event were held at Lakeland Elementary School
Members of dance group in First Baptist Church of College Park
Photographed at Lakeland School
During Concert at University of Maryland's Memorial Chapel. Event was a program of Lakeland Community Heritage Project
The left page focuses on "The Little Match Girl," a Christmas play performed by the Seniors. Opposite is the Fine Arts Assembly, created for the seniors to be able to display their skills.
Many of the young people in the community used public transportation to travel to the District of Columbia to study piano under David Hines. For several years, the students presented a fundraising recital at Embry A.M.E. Church. This program on June 27, 1957, included, left to right, (first row) Reginald Keys, Rosetta Brooks, Cynthia Hines, Phyllis Smith, DeWana Gray, and Karl Alexander; (second row) Janet Randall, Jacqueline Randall, Barbara Brown, Diane Weems, and Frances Mason.
First Baptist Church
At Lakeland Elementry School for classes sponsored by Prince George's County Recreation Department
Production of Wedding of the Painted Doll at Lakeland Elementary School
The Baltimore Afro American May 5, 1928 Lakeland, Maryland Last Tuesday evening The Slabtown District Convention was put on at First Baptist Church. A speaking competition was held at Fairmont Heights on Friday April 27th. George H. Randall and Hattie Thomas competed for Lakeland School. Hattie Thomas was awarded third place. Eliza Greene, Mamie Edmonds and Emma Green are at home with the grippe. A party was given for Ruby Briscoe’s 6th birthday. Guests were Marie Greene, Bernice and Jerline Tolson, Saxaline Briscoe, Anthony and Hannah Brooks, Mary Weems, Lucille Giles, Mamie Singleton, Virginia Griffith, Isabelle Sayman, Vera Johnson, Mary and Julia Briscoe, Dorothy Mack, Omega Giles, Vicurtis Gray, Dervey Lomax, Raymond Wilson, Clarence Lyles, William Steward, McKinley Gray, Chaperons were Mrs. Sayman, Etelka Lomax, Mrs. Noamlitha Hodge, Mr. Willis and Almo Poole. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Spriggs hosted Rev. J.A. Dames of Washington DC
Lakeland School during May Day celebration