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United Acheivers' 2013 Scholarship Awards
By United Acheivers' Club of Brampton | Published  08/9/2013 | Community News | Unrated
United Acheivers' Club of Brampton

The United Achievers’ Club of Brampton is a non-profit organization and was established in 1980.  Some of the Club’s aims and objectives are to: raise the profile and consciousness of Black and Caribbean communities in the wider society; provide effective and meaningful role models for our youth; encourage greater participation in community and political affairs; provide resources for adaptation and integration of the Black and Caribbean cultures into the wider community; and to link with existing community services to provide educational resources.  Although its focus is on people of Black and Caribbean heritage, it welcomes anyone who shares its goals and objectives.

 

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 Brampton - The United Achievers’ Club announces its 29th Annual Scholarship & Recognition Awards Dinner and Dance at which Scholarship Recipients, Club members and Community Leaders will be recognized.  Scholarships are awarded to students of Black and Caribbean heritage.  The criteria for the selection of successful students are based on strong academic records, acceptance to college or university, active community service and/or extracurricular activities and financial need.

Continuing in its long-standing partnership with the United Achievers’ Club is the Kiwanis Club of Brampton.  Additional scholarships are being sponsored by the Peel Regional Police Services, Sterling Dental as well as through a combination of donations from other community supporters and from funds raised annually by the Club at events such as the Celebrity Chef – Men Who Cook and Golf Tournament.

 The dinner will take place at the Holiday Inn, 30 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton on Saturday, September 21, 2013, and begins at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails.  Dinner is at 7:00 PM.  The dress code is Formal.  Dancing starts at approximately 10:00 PM to the music of Jonathan Shaw (www.jonathanoshaw.com)

 City of Brampton Mayor, Susan Fennell, is the Honourary Chair of the event. The Keynote Speaker is Paulette Senior, CEO, YWCA Canada.

 Ticket prices are $75.00 (adults) and $55.00 (students).

For tickets and additional information contact:

905-459-1942 (Lucinda); 905-450-5488 (Hyacinth); 289-201-9400 (Marjorie) or by email at lucysloley@hotmail.com


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