Our Success at Juneteenth 2015
1,500 books given away!
We gave away 1,500 books to children age 0-8 at Juneteenth in partnership with the Solano County Library and Kappa Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. All books were donated to help children achieve grade level reading by the end of third grade.
to everyone who donated to support child literacy and the
Campaign for Grade-Level Reading:
Kappa Beta Omega Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Greater Vallejo Jack & Jill of America
Augustine Trammel, Jacqueline Moore
Renee Colquitt, Normal Richardson
Amber Villareal & Brownie Troop #20146
Mary Ellen Correia, Regina Williams
Kay Moore, Leah Budu
Marilyn Manfredi, Linda Harris
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Team Chevrolet & MTS Training Academy
Save the Date!
Vallejo's 28th Annual Juneteenth Celebration
The African American Family Reunion Committee extends thanks to everyone who supported Vallejo's 27th Annual Juneteenth Celebration. Without our sponsors, partners, vendors, exhibitors, service providers and visitors,
this event would not be possible.
Here's what people had to say about Juneteenth:
We had an awesome line up of talented local performers! Go to the Entertainment page to see video clips on YouTube.
Please share your comments our Facebook page at Vallejo Juneteenth.
Juneteenth is sponsored by Greater Vallejo Recreation District
2016 Juneteenth application
is now available!
Deadline is April 13, 2016.
Alonzo Thompson and Zaria Baker were winners of the free Kindle reader drawing! Thanks to Team Chevrolet and MTS Training Academy for donating the Kindles.
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