Orlando, Florida – The 4th annual “Man of Honor” event, organized by Onyx Magazine, took place over the weekend in Orlando, serving as a platform to honor Central Florida’s most influential Black men and to celebrate the achievements of high school students. With the steadfast commitment to empower African Americans across Central Florida, Onyx Magazine presented accolades to over two dozen Black men on Saturday night during its distinguished awards dinner.
Hosted at the illustrious Rosen Centre Hotel, the event aimed to not only recognize these remarkable individuals but also provide scholarships to deserving high school and college students. Among those celebrated were prominent figures from various sectors, including business leaders, doctors, and many other outstanding contributors to society.
Adding to the splendor of the evening, News 6 Anchor/Reporter Jerry Askin appeared as an honorees presenter, having earned recognition as a Man of Honor at last year’s event and receiving an award himself. In the distinguished presence of the gathering, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings graced the occasion, serving as the honorary chair.
In an exclusive engagement, become a News 6 Insider (it’s FREE) and share your captivating photos [EXCLUSIVE: Become a News 6 Insider (it’s FREE) | PINIT! Share your photos]. The event was graced by the current publisher of Onyx Magazine, Rich Black, whose commitment to the community is deeply ingrained.
For further insights on this momentous occasion, visit Onyx Magazine’s website, where you can delve into the intricate details of the event and grasp the profound impact it has had on the collective narrative.
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