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The annual Black History Month dinner at Tommy Usher Center was its usual warm and entertaining affair.
But the red, white and blue decorations, the large portrait of newly installed President Barak Obama overlooking the 60 attendees and the speech by a veteran Florida Highway Patrol officer who called for building a bridge between faith and government, carried the message that change is in the air.
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