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December, 19 2004 - 2004 Beaus Lay a Bright Path for the Future

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Angela Davis-Robertson, 2004 Beautillion Chair, Elenora Browner Crichlow, Public Relations Chair, and Denver Chapter Jack and Jill of America President Rosemarie Allen. Angela Davis-Robertson and Rosemarie Allen. Committee Members Michelle Laisure, Victoria Haynes, Ida Daniel, National Organization Associate Chair for the Central Region, with Sherry Jackson. The Jamison Family: Anthony, Tony, Vanessa, 2004 Corporate Chair and Mikiala, a 2004 escort.
Dr. and Mrs. Collis Johnson, with son Jonathan, a 1997 Beau who is now in his third year of law school, and Brian Crichlow, Jack and Jill Associate member. Dr. Cecil J. Bottenbley, with wife Matilda and son Marcos. Matilda designed the evening's programs. L – R: Jack and Jill Fellas Charles Gilford III, Randy Jones, Justin Gautier, Evan Wright and Michael Sapp. L – R: Evan Eskridge, Andrew Goodwin, Zack Semien, Kenneth DeWayne Lanier and Jeremy Brown.
L – R: Adrian Green, John Emerson Brooks , Michael King-Stockton, , Tristen Sampson-Wheeler and Aaron Green. L – R: Ashton Fuller, Michael Dickson, Ryan Turk, Dominick Taylor, Jai Holliday, Benjamin Burney and Garret Richason. Kolissa Brandon gets last minute adjustments made to her dress. Brandon escorted Beau Adrian Green. Sandra Webster-Brown, with husband Daniel Brown, Devita Bruce, and Mickala and Charles Bruce.
Ray and Teri Huff Guests enjoyed cocktails and live music from The Jeff Young Quintet prior to the evening’s program. Volunteers Kendall Robertson and Kyle Patterson. L – R: Leon Lundie, Jody and Susan Dosher, Nate Robinson, John and Heather Schultz and Gordon Young from Grandview High School. Three of the evening’s Beaus are students at Grandview High School.
Little Fellas with RJ Biggs II, who received a plaque from Jack and Jill of America’s Denver Chapter on behalf of his family. The plaque was in memorial of Richard Biggs, a celebrated actor and Master of Ceremony at the 2003 Beautillion. Ashley Cruder, who escorted Beau Jeremy Brown during the ceremony. Deborah and Augustus Dickens, who flew in from Washington D.C. for their niece Jasmine, who was an escort during the ceremony Arthur and Teresa McCaskill, with Jack and Jill of America.
Michael Sapp and Stephanie Hoard with Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. Is my jacket straight? John Emerson Brooks and Miss Breanna Elaine Tomlin wait patiently before the ceremony.
Beau Justin Gautier, with escort Bianca Ragin. Aaron Green with escort Sunni Imani Jones-Ford, followed by his twin brother Adrian and his escort Kolissa Brandon.
Jack and Jill of America Denver Chapter President Rosemarie Allen, with husband, 2004 Beautillion Chair Angela Davis-Robertson, with husband Charles Robertson, followed by the Reverend William T. Golson Jr. with True Light Babtist Church and the evening’s emcees, Denver City Councilman Michael B. Hancock and Charles S. Johnson, local radio personality with KOA and co-host of talk show Sports Zone. The ladies wait in the wings. The Beaus and their escorts “step in,” to the stage area, not missing a beat. Deidra R. Walker sang the Negro National Anthem to start the evening's program.
2004 Beautillion Chairperson Angela Davis-Robertson welcomes families, sponsors and guests. Corporate Chair Vanessa Jamison. Beau Randy Preston Jones presents one of the corporate sponsors with a thank you plaque.
2004 Beautillion Bronze Sponsors. The Beaus bow to thank the 2004 Beautillion sponsors. Jack and Jill of America Denver Chapter President Rosemarie Allen. Masters of Ceremony Councilman Michael B. Hancock, District Eleven, and Charles S. Johnson, radio personality for 850 KOA and Co-host of Sports Zone warm up the crowd by making light of the Broncos loss earlier that day.
These little volunteers wait for the traditional Beau dance to begin. Getting ready for the escort dance to begin. The young men and women involved in the ceremony displayed the elegance of royalty throughout the evening.
The gentlemen bow to their lady escorts during the choreographed dance. The Beaus march on stage in preparation for the traditional choreographed Beau dance. Moving in perfect synchronation... the beat.
Charles Gilford shows his moves during the Beau dance.
The grand finale!      
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