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The Toussaint Harrison and Amos Holiday Good Citizenship Award

Recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of young people, enhances the perception
of young people, and raises community awareness of their positive contributions. The recipient of this award will exemplify the finest qualities of citizenship and leadership by participating in their church, school, and community. A student will be selected and recognized at an event sponsored
by the MOFAB Inc. The winner will receive a monetary gift and plaque / certificate recognizing
their accomplishment.

The GERROC Award

Recognizes and honors a student-athlete who demonstrates excellence in athletics and the classroom.  This individual is not only successful in these areas but shows an attitude of respect towards their teachers, peers, and everyone around them associated with the interscholastic athletics process.


The Professor Duane Lydell Calloway 'Excellence In Education 

and Entrepreneurship Award


Duane Lydell Calloway was a faithful member of Faith AME Church in Laurel, Maryland for over 23 years, where he served on the Steward Board, Grief Ministry and the Men's Fellowship. Mr. Calloway was a good-hearted man of faith who enjoyed mentoring youth. He made it a point to talk to our youth, asking how they were doing in school and encouraging them to do their best. He was an educator by profession and taught biology, chemistry, and forensic science in the District of Columbia, Prince George's County and Baltimore County. Later in life, he decided to pursue mortuary science. After receiving a mortuary science degree from the University of the District of Columbia, he taught in the program and served as program director. Mr. Calloway was also an entrepreneur starting out as Calloway transportation, providing support to area funeral establishments, and later evolving into Calloway Mortuary Services. Mr. Calloway exhibited good citizenship, by caring for others and treating others with respect and dignity.  

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