Family Feud, created by Mark Goodson, premiered in July 1976 on ABC. It was originally hosted by Richard Dawson and is now currently hosted by Steve Harvey. The game is loved by many and is now a board game available on Amazon and at Target. The game asks team members an array of questions. Individually, team members guess what they believe the general population would respond. Answers are given as “Survey says..” For example, "Name a word that has the word S-U-P-E-R in it." One could respond “supermarket”, “superman” or “superintendent.” The team with the most points wins! At this event, there were groups named Golden Girls, Double Dutch, Fantastic Four, Boss Ladies, etc. Congrats to the Double Dutch team!
The Family Feud Brunch was organized by Hartford’s very own Councilwoman Rose Jo Winch (@rjowinch), who serves as Chair of Labor, Education, Workforce Development, and Youth Committee. rJo, as she is affectionately called, is a strong advocate for women and children. She continues to empower women to build their own capital through business creation and she continues to nurture youth who also want to create their own businesses. It was our pleasure to meet her!
Photo courtesy of NY Daily News
Invited were local businesses to vend at the Family Feud Brunch. Lauren Simone Pubs was happy to be a part of this great community event. Author and Publisher Melissa-Sue John and Author of "Tale of Princess Alicia", Yvette Phillips engaged with customers and other vendors who sold socks (@socksbygeegee), jewelry (by Paparazzi), natural toiletries, and Black art.
Customers purchased several books and accessories for their children and grandchildren. We would like to take the time to give them a SHOUT OUT to show our appreciation of their support. It was lovely to meet you:
- Organizer Kelvin Lovejoy
- Coach Chin
We also had the pleasure of meeting J. Stan McCauley from Access TV!
We hope your lovely children will grow up to be avid readers and bookophiles. Thank you rJo, new customers, and friends for supporting our business!