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BSMC Fort Knox 2018 Scholarship Recipient & Jr Olympics Participate

The outstanding scholar in the grey dress, Alia Bradley won 3 Buffalo Soldier Scholarships. Number 1 in our Fort Knox Buffalo Soldiers Chapter, Number 1 in the Great Lakes Frontier and Number 1 in the NABSTMC! She is headed to Princeton in the fall.

Mia, the adorable young girl in the second photo, was sponsored by the Fort Knox Buffalo Soldiers which aided her to achieve her goal of making it to the Junior Olympics. As you can see she won numerous medals at each level in order to be allowed to compete. Future Olympic Gold Medalist no doubt!!

BSMC Alabama-Birmingham Children’s Village Annual Bargain Village Event

Thursday, August 2, 2018 – Saturday, August 4, 2018 the Birmingham Chapter of Buffalo Soldiers volunteered for the Children’s Village Annual Bargain Village event. The Bargain Village event is a community-wide garage sale that is open to the public. All proceeds benefit the Children’s Village of Birmingham Al.

The Children’s Village is a non-profit organization that provides food, clothing, and shelter to children in Alabama that has been abandoned, abused and neglected. The Children’s Village has helped children in Alabama for over 50 years and is located in the Southwest area of Birmingham, Al.

Volunteer services included but was not limited to assisting with moving, transporting, and staging items folding clothes, loading bags and furniture into vehicles, tidying areas, displaying items to be sold and assisting customers.

The Birmingham Chapter of Buffalo Soldiers has been the proud supporters of Children’s Village for many years. It is our desire to encourage and inspire the children at Children’s Village through donations, education, and volunteer services.
Great Job Soldiers … BUFFALOOOOOOOO! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


BSMC Maryland Mother Scholarship Presentation

The Maryland Mother Chapter presented their annual scholarship on 27 May 2018 at Buffalo Thunder to Miss Samantha O’Sullivan a graduate of School Without Walls Charter School in Washington, DC. Samantha will be attending Harvard University in Fall 2018. Presenting the award are Ranger, Chapter President and Money, Foundation Chairman

BSMC Fort Knox 2017 Scholarship Recipients

Photo 1: The Fort Knox Chapter of the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC) proudly presented Ms. Madison Pawley, a 2017 graduate of Central Hardin High School, Elizabethtown, KY a $1500 scholarship. Madison is currently attending Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY pursuing a degree in Physical Therapy with a major in Biology.

Photo 2: Ms. Melissa Gregory & Luke Doehring both Fort Knox High School graduates, received a $1000 BSMC scholarship. Melissa is currently attending the Fairmont State University of West Virginia. She is working towards a four year degree in Exercise Science & Physical Therapy. Luke is attending Tusculum College in Greenville, TN. He is earning a degree in Mathematics and Chemistry!

Photo 3: Ms. Hailey Pawley also a graduate of Central Hardin High School of Elizabethtown, KY received a $1000 BSMC Scholarship and is currently attending the Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY with her sister Madison. Hailey is earning a four year degree in Biology!

Photo 4: Ms. Makayla Allen a graduate from North Hardin High School, Radcliff, KY is attending the University of Louisville. Makayla is majoring in Biology! Makayla was awarded a $1000 BSMC Scholarship.

Charlotte Buffalo Troopers Historical Presentation

One mission premise of the NABSTMC is to share the history of the 9th and 10th cavalry of the Buffalo Soldiers.

Charlotte Buffalo Trooper historian John Williams aka JO Charlotte Buffalo Troopers presented a Buffalo Soldier and Trooper to the Charlotte Senior Citizens Club.

Buffalo Soldiers MC of Alexandria,La is Pounding In Our Community

Buffalo Soldiers MC of Alexandria,La is Pounding In Our Community, visiting Mrs Etta Compton at The Lexington Rehabilitation Center. Mrs Compton was a community activists, and confronted many challenges including racism and bigotry. Mrs Compton refused to be labeled or accept second class citizenship. Mrs Compton was also a active member of the NAACP, the help planner, and the Cenla Visionaries, and more. Mrs Compton brought to the forefront how African-Americans Soldiers was slaughter in the Lee Street Riot January 10, 1942. Untold tragedy of young servicemen who lives was taken and bodies discharged like trash. Mrs Compton became ill and turned over the Memorial Service to honor the victim of the Lee Street Riot to the Buffalo Soldiers MC Club of Alexandria,La.
The Buffalo Soldiers MC Club of Alexandria,La found the owner of this  lot to get the consent to place a monument of the Riot on Lee Street