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Trinity AME Church, 2700 Wylie Ave., Hill District, hosted a Recognition Salute to honor longtime community activist Tim Stevens.
|MEMBER RECOGNITION—Trinity AME Church, 2700 Wylie Ave., Hill District, hosted a Recognition Salute to honor longtime community activist Tim Stevens. He has been a faithful member for more than 40 years, a community leader and a former president of the Pittsburgh branch of the NAACP. He is currently the head of B-PEP and the Coalition Against Violence. Tim and his wife, Jennifer Andrade Stevens, listen as he is honored for his life’s work. The Mt. Ararat Male Choir sang to honor him.|
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