in Memory of Hattie Kelly


Publisher  Power Pages News

313 S. Hamilton  Farmersville, Texas 75442


The current president of the Texas Publishers Association was born and raised in Josephine Texas. She is the daughter of Isaiah & Luverter Clark and the thirteenth child of fifteen siblings. At the tender age of fifteen she found herself married, and by the time she was twenty years old she found herself the mother of five children.

In 1971 she attended Cosmetology School and went on to be a Cosmetology Instructor. She worked as a Cosmetologist until a serious illness caused her to give up that career. She is featured in “Who’s who among American Business Women, and was invited to the State Capitol for tea with then Governor Ann Richards and was the first owned and operated Black business in Farmersville.

Mrs. Kelly became very involved in her community; she started the Farmersville NAACP. She worked with the Farmersville Human Relations Committee, and she served   several years with The North Texas Job Corps Human Relations Committee. Ms. Kelly has won numerous awards for her dedication and service to her community and surrounding areas.

In 1995 God gave Mrs. Kelly a new career, The Power Pages News, a newspaper that gives glory and honor to God, and a profession that has brought great joy into her life and the lives of many others.

Mrs. Kelly accepted her call into the ministry in 2001; she attended Servant Hood Ministries where she was Ordained a licensed minister of the gospel.

Minister Kelly serves at the McKinney First Baptist Church in McKinney Texas under the leadership of Pastor Lee A. Edwards, and is President and CEO of H.K. Ministries. Minister Kelly is the proud grandmother of eight and great-grandmother of nine.

This past year

Hattie Kelly






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