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Join the Biggest Bowling Party in Delaware and support Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs for Delaware kids!
Bowl two games, free food, music, prizes and more!
Bowl For Kids’ Sake is an outing with a team of friends, family or colleagues, where it’s not your skill or your score that counts—it’s you! If you care about kids, and can “spare” a little time, you’re a Bowl For Kids’ Sake bowler.
All proceeds directly support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mentoring programs for Delaware kids.
Contact Stephanie at 302-998-3577 firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
The Markevic A. Johnson Educational Fund was established in March of 1999 in memory of Keisha Marie Kidd. Keisha was a graduate of Delaware State University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Keisha passed shortly after her son, Markevic was born. He is now fourteen years old. She loved pursuing her education and clearly understood its value.
The annual Scholarship Luncheon is held to commemorate Keisha’s life as well as to generate contributions for a scholarship fund for Markevic and two other graduating seniors pursuing a college education to Delaware State University & Wilmington University in the fall of 2016.
We invite you to join us at this year’s Markevic A. Johnson Scholarship Luncheon.
Making A Change Group is awarding our “2016 Team Mac Transformational Mentoring Academy” group with certificates of completion, along with recognizing some great people in Chester that are Change Makers: Shake Da Kidd, BigVar’s Waterice, Kristin Motley, Donald Thomas, MiMi Semele, Ricky Taylor, Malcolm Annias Flamer, & Angelque Taylor.
Please consider buying a ticket to support or become a sponsor. To make a donation, please follow this link:
Join our celebrity golfer Nephew Tommy (from the Steve Harvey Morning Show)
Registration opens Tuesday, March 1 at www.GTLEdF.org
$125 per golfer
$100 per golfer 65 years and older
Pre-event lunch and post-event BBQ buffet
Post-event BBQ buffet is open to the public. (Non-golfers $25 per person.)
Four Person Scramble / Modified Shotgun Start (best ball)
1st, 2nd & 3rd place low score (team)
Longest drive (men)
Longest drive (women)
Closest to Pin
Come support a Guest Bartender Fundraiser for Nicole Lyn as she represents DELAWARE in her Miss Black America Campaign.
he Fundraiser will take place on August 10th at Bobbi Rhians Executive Lounge (Wilmington), from 6-9pm.
About Nicole Lyn
Nicole Lynette Hibbert aka Nicole Lyn is a local artist in Wilmington Delaware, a Delaware State University alumni, and an entrepreneur. She believe that she is a positive representation of women, and has something special to offer the world. Her platform upon winning this national pageant andREPRESENTING DELAWARE, will be taking a stand against domestic violence. She believes she can win this pageant because it is important for Miss Black America to be a well rounded individual. Nicole is a hard worker and works very hard to pursue her dreams and that is the message that she wants to send to women. Please help support her on this journey to a positive light shining upon black women.
The money raised will cover the following fees:
* Sponsorship fees
* Food and lodging during pageant week
* Travel Expenses
* Wardrobe Requirements
About the Pageant – August 20th in Philadelphia
The Miss Black America Pageant is proud to celebrate almost 50 years of excellence. Our system is a familiar one to some, a fond, reminiscent memory to others, and yet a new, exciting opportunity for thousands of young, teens and women across the country today.
Founded in 1968 by J. Morris Anderson, the Miss Black America system was developed to reverse the negative propaganda of the Black woman and her role in America. Today, as our nation embraces Black beauty, we remain ever committed to the empowerment of women of color throughout America, representing all of our sisters of the African Diaspora. It is with great enthusiasm that we launch “The Rebirth” of our pageant system, with all of its grace and opulence from years past. We encourage all young women, between the ages of 18-29 to join us as we continue the legacy … of “Sowing the Seeds of Positivity and Reaping the Flowers of success.”
Please support the annual Sickle Cell Awareness 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk on August 27, 2016. If you can not attend please send a donation to Tova Community Health, Inc. To register for the 5K go to races2run.com. We need your help more than ever this year, to keep the spot light on Sickle Cell.
Sunday August 28 Is For Mark Kirby & Brazil- We Love You!! The Fundraiser Is ready to swing and I am calling all musicians, vocalists, fans and friends to come out and show some love for for TWO of Wilmington’s legendary entertainers, Mr. Mark Kirby and Mr. Lewis ”Brazil” Lot. The Fundraiser is all set for Sunday August 28 from 4 pm -8 pm at Celebrations, 340 S. Market St. on the River Front in Wilmington. This jamming get together will feature Loretta Coney and The Sudden Impact Band to start the jam off. Then everyone can jump in to play as we have the time of our lives and show support for Mark and Brazil. Friends as you know by now the multi talented performer Mark Kirby is recuperating from a very recent medical set back, and so is the gifted vocalist and guitarist ”Brazil” Lot who suffered the same condition just late last year. I am asking everyone to come together and show these entertainers our love, support and appreciation for the many years that they have entertained us. If you are interested in donating your talents for The Mark & Brazil Fundraising Jam on Sunday August 28, please in box me with your number, or for further information about performing please email me at email@example.com. There will be a cover of $10, plus what ever else one can give. All the proceeds will go directly 50/50 to the Kirby and Lot families. To make a donation for the Kirby family directly please click on this link, www.gofundme.com/2ag9zcvs. Thank you- God bless.
The Delaware Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. announced today the “NCBW-DE Empowerment Weekend”, two action packed days featuring our 3rd “My Sister’s Keeper” Empowerment Summit & Legacy Awards Celebration and our signature fundraiser, “The Gentlemen’s Cook-Off”, Cooking with a Cause: A Soulful Sunday Brunch. The Empowerment Weekend is quickly approaching on Saturday September 10, 2016 from 8:30AM- 2:00PM and Sunday, September 11, 2016 from 12:00PM-4:00PM at the Hercules Plaza, 1313 North Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware. Tickets for the entire weekend activities are $125. For information visit www.ncbwde.org.
Aligned with its mission and purpose, Saturday’s Empowerment Summit will convene nearly 300 women and teens from diverse backgrounds to dialogue with leading experts; this multi-generational seeks to spotlight the struggles, strengths and triumphs of Delaware’s Black women and girls by providing a forum irrespective of their stage in life, and to celebrate their uniqueness across multiple sectors. . The highly interactive format features a morning “Living Room Conversation” with Author and Entrepreneurial Extraordinaire Angela Ford as well as dynamic multigenerational Delaware experts discussing the direct impact of public policy on the economic, health, education, and overall quality of life of Black women and girls. Also, it will provide an environment to advance a compelling movement to uplift and teach our Black girls to be their best selves. After breakout sessions and lunch the attendees will participate in a Political Candidates Forum with aspiring electoral candidates.
The afternoon culminates with our Legacy Awards Celebration, honoring the contributions of unsung women who are devoting their lives to the empowerment of women, girls and families in the State of Delaware. Awards will be given to deserving women in the categories of Unsung S’Hero, Generation Next and My Sister’s Keeper Legacy. Recommendation forms are available on our website ncbwde.org.
The second day of the Empowerment Weekend serves to be just as exciting! Our signature fundraiser, The Gentlemen’s Cook-Off, Cooking with a Cause will be held on Sunday, September 11, 2016 from 12:00pm-4:00pm. Not only will we have Professional and Amateur chefs serving a myriad of culinary delights, but Marcus Johnson will invigorate the mood with his live jazz entertainment. The purpose of the Cook-off is to raise funds that continue to perpetuate the mission of NCBW-DE, specifically providing scholarships to traditional and non-traditional student pursuing high education. Each Chef will be judged on the tastiness of their dishes and awarded bragging rights for securing the coveted title of NCBW-DE’s 2016 Gentlemen’s CookOff winner. Please join us for this festive Soulful Sunday Brunch.
Souvenir journal ads, sponsorships and/or individual tickets may be purchased online at the Chapter’s website, www.ncbwde.org or by calling the office at (302) 658-0410. Net proceeds will be used to support the mission, programs, and activities of the NCBW-DE Chapter, including the Dr. Teresa Drummond Scholarship.
Delmarva Power is the presenting sponsor of the Summit.
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Delaware Chapter
Chartered in 1995, the mission of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Delaware Chapter (NCBW-DE) is to advocate on behalf of Black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education, and economic empowerment.
My Sister’s Keeper Presents Paint & Sip! A Fundraiser for our new Rites of Passage program.
Come out, have fun while supporting a Great Cause!!
Featured Artist- Shonté Young of IT’S. M.Y. ART
Refreshments will be served! (BYOB)
***Reserve a table (seats 5) for $100 and get a FREE BOTTLE OF WINE!
Tickets will be $35.00 at the door.
**FREE PARKING AT THE DART PARKING LOT OFF OF MARYLAND AVENUE!
A Valentine’s Night of Jazz, hosted by Richard Blackwell, and featuring Norman Connors and the Starship Orchestra… Also included on the program will be…Alfie Moss and the Dexter Koonce Project…Point Blank featuring Gerald Chavis… Vaneisa & Jazz Etc…Brian Roberts & Company..Fletcher & Fletcher Duo feat. Alva Fletcher…
Tickets are $35 General Admission or $65 for Couples. Additionally, a limited number of VIP tickets will be available at a cost of $50 per person. VIP ticket purchase includes a pre-event reception. For VIP ticket purchase, please contact Ivy Edwards (302) 761-3582; Tanya Bell-Hynson (302)354-2887 or Kim Brown (856) 469-9692.
A Valentine’s Night of Jazz will be held at the P. S. duPont Middle School, in the school Auditorium, and will start promptly at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the P. S. duPont High School Alumni Association, Inc community mission and the P. S. duPont All Class Reunion.
New Castle County, DE Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Glitter, Glamour and Games Fundraiser, Saturday, February 25, 2017. This will be a fun-filled night with casino games, cigar and whiskey tasting, dancing and a silent auction. Proceeds will benefit the Jack and Jill Foundation and Children & Families First of Delaware. Tickets may be purchased through Eventbrite:https://jnjnccggg.eventbrite.com. Please visit www.jackandjillncc.org for more information.
Glasgow Park is located on Rt. 40 & 896 in Newark, DE
Sign in at 9 a.m. and Kick-off at 10 a.m. sharp
Help raise awareness for Sarcoidosis and to share my story of my battle for 17 1/2 yrs.
Please note that while all proceeds for this event benefit the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research, this event is being managed and led by a volunteer walk leader. FSR will not be present for the event. If you have questions the walk leader is unable to answer or concerns about this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-341-0500.
Mother African Union Church, affectionately known as “The Motherland,” is proud to present an Afternoon of Jazz and Spoken Word/Poetry on Saturday, May 20th from 4 pm to 7 pm. The event will be held at 812 N. Franklin St, Wilmington, tickets are $10.00 and available at the numbers listed in the contact information. The central theme for the afternoon will be Peace N’ Love …reflecting on loving each other, ourselves, our elders, respecting other cultures, peace at home & in the world…TOLERANCE. So if you’re looking for an enjoyable and entertaining Mother’s Day gift, you can’t go wrong with a ticket to Motherland’s An Afternoon of Jazz and Spoken Word event. The economical ticket price includes a light buffet and the very best in entertainment offering words of Peace N’ Love.
Featured artist will be Tony “Big Cat” Smith and Trio. Born and raised in Wilmington, DE, Smith is an elite Trumpet player and one of Wilmington’s beloved and popular musicians; he is a retired educator and lifelong musician in the Philadelphia / Tri-State area. He remains in constant demand with jazz bands and orchestras, and has performed as a featured artist with many other top notch jazz artists and popular groups such as the Temptations, the Dells, and Four Tops. A member of The Delaware Jazz Alliance, he has performed at the Clifford Brown Jazz Festival, The Rehoboth Jazz Fest, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Cape May Jazz Fest, West Oak Lane Jazz and Arts Fest, and the DSU Passport To Jazz. In February he electrified the audience at the “Motherland’s “Annual Black History Program, the “African Vibe Night.” Smith also co-authored along with Will Smith, SR. a novel entitled “The Waymor.”
The Featured Spoken Word Artist will be Philadelphia’s Lamont Dixon, aka Napalm Da Bomb. Dixon has been a prominent presence on the music/poetry/arts scene for many years. As a poet-performer-teaching artist and mentor to young artists, Lamont demonstrates what he describes as “vibepoetics” : an eclectic mixing of multiple artistic genres to provide dramatic language arts education. Napalm’s poetry has been published in many magazines and anthologies and he appears on various jazz CDs. Dixon served as co-executive producer for the Philadelphia’s segment of HBO’s Russell Simmons DEF Poetry Jam. Additionally, Napalm performs regularly with his band The Jazz Poetics.
The program will feature a birthday tribute to “Malcolm X,” whose birthday is May 19th. The tribute will include a video, music, dance, and poetry and will featuring “Napalm” and local artist.
Aspiring poets are encouraged to sign up (4-5 pm) for open MIC. The central theme for the evening is Peace N Love, all subject matter must be appropriate and no profanity will be allowed.
This event is a fundraising effort in order to support the site for the Ujima After-School program and this summer’s PSFLF CDF Freedom School which plans to house over 100 scholars free of charge.
Pryme Models, Chanelle S. Reynolds and #TeamKnockItOutTogether Presents:
“Pumping Through Life Fashion Show”
HOSTED BY: Jamila Mustafa, actress & host as seen on FOX, BET, ESPN, iHeart Media & More
MUSIC BY: DJ Fr8Train
All profited proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society on behalf of @ChanelleSReynolds and #TeamKnockItOutTogether (JayvonJames, Jasmine Lane, MissJone & Chanda Reynolds)
Date: May 20th
Time: Seating begins at 7:00pm
Location: ARTZSCAPE 205 N Market Street Wilmington, Delaware 19801 (Across from Al’s Sporting Goods)
Harana Brand Co.
Styles by Gregory J
Food & Drinks will be sold!
Limited Advanced Tickets $15, More at the door!
For questions please contact:
Chanelle S. Reynolds 302-438-4335
Tickets also available at: Babe Styling Studios (213 N Market Street Wilmington, De 19801)
DELAWARE’S HOTTEST TALENT IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY BEING SHOWCASED AT DELAWARE’S BIGGEST INDUSTRY EVENT OF 2017! SEE YOU THERE!
JOIN US FOR A QUARTER AUCTION
Saturday JUNE 3RD 2017 FROM 3PM TO 6PM
WESTIN HOTEL WILMINGTON RIVERFRONT
818 SHIPYARD DRIVE, WILMINGTON, DE 19801
PADDLES $10 0R ALL IN $50
100 AUCTION ITEMS
ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
MAN & WOMAN OF THE YEAR CAMPAIGN
SHARON CLARK 2017 CANDIDATE
NspireD by Nicolle presents the 2nd annual “Cocktails & Comedy” event. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the “KALEIDOSCOPE: Empowering Survivors ~ Mind, Body & Spirit” conference for women living with all types of cancer which will be held 9/23/17.
Chemotherapy drugs are referred to as “cocktails.” This comedy show will feature comics from across the country, some of whom are cancer survivors. Cancer is no laughing matter, but humor is healing and healthy.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Comedy show begins at 7:30 pm. Show will be hosted by Delaware’s own Belynda J. Cleare. Miss Gayle, from Fredericksburg, VA, is back by popular demand!
Richard Raw’s “On The Black Hand Side” Album Release Concert featuring The Word Warrior Band and more (to be announced). This is event is open to all ages.
On The Black Hand Side is Richard Raw’s 5th studio album.
Richard Raw has decided to dontate his portion of the proceeds to a community effort that will help start a Community Garden on the Northeast Section of Wilmington, Delaware.
This event is sponsored by Culture Restoration Project, Inc and 100doitallradio
- Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place teams
- Individual prizes for: longest drive (male and female); closest to pin; and a putting contest.
- Sign-up to play at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ gtledf-2017-scholarship-golf- tournament-tickets-34244005743
- Registration is $125 per golfer, ($100 for golfers over 65 years), and includes lunch and a post-tournament BBQ buffet.
- The post-tournament BBQ buffet is open to non-golfers and cost $25 per person.
November 2013 the National Association for Black Veterans, Inc. established a 501 (c)(3) non-profit chapter in Delaware. This Delaware affiliate became the ninety-fourth (94th) chapter to join the national umbrella. With original intentions to serve the needs of minority veterans, NABVETS quickly realized a greater need and opened its doors to all veterans.
Annually, Delaware Chapter 94 hosts a fundraising Thanksgiving dinner to raise awareness for veteran issues, connect disadvantaged veterans with an array of community resource, and secure sponsorship for the organization’s programs.
This year’s Anniversary Dinner is held at Kingswood Community Center – 2300 Bower Street; Wilmington, Delaware on November 17, 2017 at 6:00pm.
We are super excited about our 3rd Annual Year-End Celebration and Fundraiser.
Please join us as we honor Mr. Dave Wooley as the Father of The Year along with our other distinguished honorees.
* Community Leadership Awards: Principal Brown and Mr. Ken Livingston (Stubbs Elementary School)
* Community Visionary Award: Mr. Alexis C. Jones
* Community Unsung Hero Award: Mr. Terrone Warren (BVD)
Music by: 3J Blue Band