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2018 Williamson High graduate Devon Traywick, his mother Revonna Thomas and Adline, who gave the baccalaureate address

Crittendon Youth Services Board Chair Edna Henry Rivers and Adline at Crittendon's 100th anniversary luncheon

With Charlotte Kopf and Steven Waller at Crawfish Boil of the local chapter of Associated General Contractors.

Appearing on Alabama Public Television's Capitol Journal on March 12, 2018.

Leadership South at the State House, February 2018

Speaking at an Alabama House Democratic Caucus briefing

Adline and Dr. Jill Biden, former 2nd Lady of our nation, who spoke at Bishop State Community College's 2018 commencement.

Local journalists with Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Cynthia Tucker, after she received the Griot Award at the 12th Annual Dora Franklin Finley African-American Heritage Trail Celebration, May 4, 2018

Local Veterans and Adline at Battleship Park, where they attended the annual Military Appreciation Luncheon

Members of Mu Kappi Phi, a music organization affiliated with Success 4 the Future, joined Adline at The Peninsula's Art & Paddle event at McNally Park.

Adline gets a bear hug at a Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama water safety awards program.

At students' March For Our Lives at Public Safety Memorial Park in Mobile, March 24.

With members of Faith in Action in February 2018.

Leadership South at the State House, February 2018

Speaking at the unveiling of the "Honorary Dr. Yvonne Kennedy Avenue" street sign.

Members of the Mobile County House Delegation with Gov. Kay Ivey in 2018.

With Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox in November 2017.

Celebrating Mardi Gras with my great niece in February 2018.

Pay Equity Bill proponent Kimble Forrister of Alabama Arise also spoke at the public hearing in Montgomery on March 21.

In Africatown – February 2018.

With Congressman Sanford Bishop of Georgia in November 2017 and my brother Frank S. Seltzer, Jr., who were classmates.

The Alabama Coalition Against Rape hosted an Awareness Day at the Statehouse in Montgomery in March.

I was honored to be the presenter for nine scholarships awarded at the Mobile International Festival meeting on April 2.

An advocacy group from Mobile visited the Statehouse on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

At Council Traditional School with Principal Hattie Alexander and Honor Society inductee Marleigh Rollins.

Paid for by the Campaign to Elect Adline Clarke, P.O. Box 40758, Mobile, AL 36640

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With my family

Sister-in-law Edna Seltzer, nieces Monica and Marjorie Leah.