On Sunday, October 11th the Alvarado Historic District Merchants Association hosted the first annual Arts & Wine Fest, bringing the Union City community together at Old Alvarado Park. Mighty4 Arts Foundation was proud to be a Presenting Sponsor, supporting the AHDMA and local businesses for their first big event.
Mighty4 Founder, Paulskeee was publicly recognized for his recent 2015 Alameda County Arts Leadership commendation during the event. On behalf of AHDMA, Mayor Carol Dutra-Vernaci expressed her gratitude in Mighty4 Art Foundation’s participation that made the Arts & Wine Fest possible. She continued to proudly speak of Paul’s accomplishments and contributions to his hometown of Union City through his global work in Hip Hop culture, Mighty4, and youth empowerment.
The Mighty4 staff and volunteers had a great time at the event, making valuable connections with local businesses and residents. This opportunity with AHDMA make 2016 a promising year of unity and collaboration for Union City, California.
Special thanks to Mayor Carol Dutra-Vernaci, Jeanelle Singh, the Alvarado Historic District Merchants Association Event Committee, and Jeremiah Carreon.
Mighty4 Arts Foundation Dallas, Texas chapter offering FREE youth Bgirl Sessions beginning February 4th. These classes are dedicated to inspiring and empowering future young Bgirls. Space is limited so if you’re interested please register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mighty4 Arts Foundation is excited to announce our Winter 2015 breakin’ classes for high school students at A Reason to Survive in San Diego, CA! The Winter quarter is from January 12 – March 19. Classes will be taught by none other than one of San Diego’s finest, King Saso of Rock So Fresh crew!
Thanks to all for your continued support! We’re working hard to keep bringing more creative opportunities for youth in San Diego and the Bay Area so stay tuned
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