(HESPERIA) – San Bernardino County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt is celebrating Black History Month by hosting the “Dreamers, Visionaries & Leaders” project at the Jerry Lewis High Desert County Government Center in Hesperia through the end of the month.
“Dreamers, Visionaries & Leaders profiles 21 High Desert residents who stand out for their professional accomplishments and community service,” Mitzelfelt said. “I encourage everyone to stop by and enjoy this exhibit.”
The exhibit, presented by Gi & Associates and tps, Creative Expressions, Inc. features a full-color pictorial of this year’s honorees and a professionally produced high-definition “Know Your History” video presentation featuring the 21 High Desert residents being recognized. The video was directed and edited by Michael Kernan of High Desert Digital and the photographs are the work of award- winning photographer Benn Johnston.
The honorees include interim San Bernardino County Public Defender Phyllis Kay Morris-Green, members of faith-based and community service organizations, a business owner and former NFL player, and a Granite Hills High School senior who maintains a 5.0 grade point average.
The Dreamers, Visionaries & Leaders project will be on display during normal business hours through February 28 at the Jerry Lewis High Desert County Government Center located at 15900 Smoke Tree Street, Hesperia.