National Coalition of 100 Black Women: Annual Wine Tasting Affair – “Wine Sip”
National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Decatur/DeKalb Announces
Annual Wine Tasting Affair-“Wine Sip”
Portions of Proceeds benefitting The Legacy Program, a girls’ Leadership Academy
DEKALB COUNTY, GA – The National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW) Decatur/DeKalb Chapter invites you to the chapter’s Annual Wine Tasting Affair. The Annual Fundraising Wine Tasting Affair will be held on Friday, April 27, 2012, from 7 P.M. to 11 P.M. in Lithonia, GA at The Rose Garden Mansion (7316 Covington Highway, Lithonia, GA). Cost of tickets for the event is $35 per person. Event admission is by ticket only.
This year, guests will be entertained and experience spoken word, art by music, and an eclectic wine selection. A sommelier will host the wine tasting to educate individuals on the evening’s wine selections. Food and desserts will also be served as well as a silent auction will be held.
Portions of the event’s proceeds will benefit NCBW Decatur/DeKalb’s chapter signature mentoring and scholarship program, The Legacy Program.
To find out more information about the Wine Tasting Affair, potential sponsorship, and/or to purchase tickets, please contact Nakita Porter, Wine Tasting Chair, at 678-923-7495, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ncbwdekalb.org.
MORE ABOUT NCBW
Founded in 1981, NCBW, a nonprofit 501(c) (4) organization, has approximately 7,500 members in 62 chapters in 25 states and the District of Columbia.The NCBW mission is the development of socially conscious female leaders who are committed to furthering equity and empowerment for women of color in the society-at-large, improving the environment of their neighborhoods, rebuilding their communities and enhancing the quality of public and private resources for the growth and development of disadvantaged youths. NCBW is dedicated to community service, the creation of wealth for social change, the enhancement of career opportunities for women of color through networking and strategicallydesigned programs and the empowerment of women of color to meet their diverse needs.
MORE ABOUT THE LEGACY PROGRAM
The program is designed to establish an enhanced sense of self-esteem and personal motivation among young African-American women that will inspire them to develop the necessary skills needed to assume a wide range of leadership roles in areas such as politics, civic affairs, business, entrepreneurship, education, health and medicine, religion, and international affairs.
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