Springfield Branch NAACP Youth Chapter participated in the Old-fashioned 4th of July Parade and Celebration.
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News and Local Events
Our general monthly meetings are held the Third Saturday of every Month at 1:30 pm.
The youth meetings are held the Second Saturday of every Month at 3:00 pm.
All meetings are located in the
Midtown Carnegie Library
397 E. Central Street, Springfield, MO
Youth Meeting starts at 3:00 July 9
General Meeting starts at 1:30 pm July 16
SPS students and staff honored at NAACP Freedom Fund Award Banquet
WE MUST PARTICIPATE IN OUR COMMUNITY. REMEMBER TO EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!!!!!