Get your best Afro-Centric traditional dresses and suits out and get ready to party. This wonderful event is presented by the New York based
SIERRA LEONE PEOPLE'S PARTY (SLPP)
I am looking for a new outfit for myself. There is nothing more beautiful than to see us: African, African American, African Caribbean and African South American in all our beautiful colors, with all our fantastic traditional and neo-African styles dancing the high-life and other dances to traditional and new African music. This, wonderful food, other events and so much more will be at the SLPP GALA. So don't miss this event.
You are Cordially Invited You To SIERRA LEONE'S
Inauguration and Fundraising Dinner-Dance
WHEN: Saturday, April 10, 2010
(8:00 P.M. – 4:00 A.M.)
WHERE: At the Elegant and Spacious Tropical Reflections Ballroom
4501 Glenwood Road, Brooklyn, New York 11203
Don’t miss out on one of the most highly anticipated social events of 2010!!!
Featuring Exquisite Cuisine, Spectacular Music and Entertainment,
Exciting Raffle, Special Guests and Much, Much, More
MC: Alice Hawa Kallon (Akpagie) of New England
Music: Victor “the crowd-pleaser” Nelson-Williams
Donations: Ordinary Tickets: $30:00; Patrons: $100.00
Grand Chief Patrons: $200.00 and above.
My Good Friend Zainab Wai-Lansana explained that there had been a major ferry boat accident in Sierra Leone in September last year which killed 200 passengers, and devastated several families; part of the proceeds are for the families hardest hit.The organization is also working to establish educational centers and expand the educational programs in Sierra Leone:
Ladies and Gentlemen:
SLPP-NY is pleased to invite you to its 2010 Inauguration and Fund-raising Dinner-Dance, which takes place in New York City on Saturday, April 10, 2010.
We are also pleased to announce that SLPP-NY has earmarked a generous portion of the proceeds of this event for two rural communities in Sierra Leone that were affected by a tragic ferry sinking late last year. Thus, by attending the dinner-dance, you will not only be spending an enjoyable evening with your friends and families, you will be directly supporting this charitable endeavor.
We look forward to seeing you on April 10th and, if for some reason , you cannot attend in person, urge you to consider purchasing a ticket or making a donation in the amount of your choice to help us achieve our objective.
FOR TICKETS OR OTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT INDIVIDUALS LISTED BELOW
Mohamed Bangura; 917 539-2394; Jeneba Bangura: 917 863-3706; Margaret Belewa: 718 733-0322; Babatunde Conteh: 347 526-8426; 347 859-9611; Obai Kabia: 609 895-2932;
Stephen & Fatmata Kebbie: 201 433-5841; David & Katherine Kpaka: 718 455-5038; Beatrice Moigula: 718 495-3755; Bumi Davies: 718 207-7142; Dennis Bango: 347 527-6726; Esther Menjor: 347 274-4260; Morie Goba: 718 666-5022; Hawa Conteh: 212 828-0528; James Massaquoi: 347 223-3603; Kadie Mansaray: 917 660-2249; John Kendema: 347 905-2783; Marda Mustapha: 518 729-3673;Ishmael Taylor-Kamara: 917 749-5358; Khalil Yilla: 347 312-6149; Zainab Wai: 646 340-7465
DON’T DELAY!!! PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TODAY!!!
A Portion of the Proceeds Will Benefit the Two Communities Devastated by the Tragic Shenge-Tombo Ferry Accident in Sierra Leone 9/9/09
A part of the United African Council, SLPP also participates in events of interest and relevance to Africans in the African Diaspora. It is of the utmost importance that we support each other in our efforts to help our people and help each other. So spread the word, share the info, and come out, support and enjoy.
Stay blessed &