Councilman honored with Black History Month Award


BLYTHEWOOD – In a press release, Richland School District  2 noted that, “Councilman Griffin has made significant contributions, both personally and professionally, to the Richland Two community and has served as a role model who creates change and measurable differences in our community.”

Besides serving in his second term on Blythewood Town Council, Griffin is a lifelong member and Deacon of Macedonia Baptist Church in Ridgeway. He is also a founding member of The Bethel-Hanberry Alumni Association and works with a number of programs at Blythewood High School. The B-HAA contributes several scholarships to Blythewood area students each year, and Griffin has been intricately involved with the organization and presentation of Blythewood’s Black History Month celebration.

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