Pine Bluff Interested Citizens for Voter Registration Inc. (PBICVR) will host the Coffee with the Chiefs Community Program from 9-10:15 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5.
The event will be held at Mt. Nebo Missionary Baptist Church, 3201 W. Second Ave. Yolanda Holmes, a Pine Bluff native and state director for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is the scheduled speaker.
PBICVR is adding a item, “Go Forward Pine Bluff Community Brief,” to allow for updates from GFPB representatives, according to the Rev. Jesse C. Turner, PBICVR executive director.
“Coffee with the Chiefs was intentionally designed in 2005 for members of the clergy because of their position and ability to share information with his or her congregation,” he said.
The event also allows law enforcement and fire safety officials to interact with clergy and residents. Pine Bluff mayor and city council members may also share information and the Pine Bluff Distinguished Service Awards will be presented.