Come out join me,
your city council candidate for my
We will have live entertainment, music, food, beverages.
Uniques Banquet Hall ( Formerly the Broker)
March 24, from 7p to 11p
We will mix and mingle
and have an evening of fun,
you will get a chance
to hear from me an my views and platform for 6 District.
FREE- FREE- FREE -
Bring your friends and family because your vote counts.
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For donating fabric...stuffing and a Sewing Machine to Pillow Sols by Aahilaya
Her Pillows are $5
To Everyone sold...she will Give one away to the Kids in Hospitals..Veterans and the Homeless.....
Support Sols Magazine It has been about a month. Sol's has taken our young lady, with help from the community to a whole new level. Please contact Sols and ask what you can do. Here in Tennessee we take great pride in helping ours. So I ask that if you have sewing equipment. Extra materials and fabric you will never use. Please contact Sherri Williams or me AndyClyde regardless of were you are
What's going on at the Beck Cultural Exchange Center?
This Black History Month feature presentation on Wednesday, February 22 at 5:30 p.m. at Beck will open with the sounds of the West African Drummers Live. Dinner will be provided and following the (1) one hour documentary there will be an open discussion and dialogue. The entire community is welcome including church congregations.
This event is free and open to the public and seating is limited.
Please reserve your seat today by emailing BeckEvent@BeckCenter.net or you may contact us at 865.524.8461.
This event is being sponsored in partnership with our friends at
East Tennessee PBS.
Mrs. Vivian Underwood Shipe
President of the Local 406 Union National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees
Member Compassion Knoxville Task Force
Doctoral Scholar at Grand Canyon University
Class President of the Austin-East Class of 1973
Advocate for the homeless and the mentally ill.
On the Governors Committee on Transparency and Open Government
Member of the Board of Directors Office on aging
Site coordinator and on the executive committee for the Knoxville Community Health Fair .
CEO and Founder at
I Am The Voice of the Voiceless
The Neighborhood Conference
March 11, 2017 ♦ Knoxville Convention Center
Sponsorships Contact David Massey • 215-3232 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Feb. 7 – March 7 at Neighborhoods
Attendance There were 700 participants in 2015. We expect to equal
or surpass that number in 2017.
Convention Center This event will occupy the Cumberland and Henley
concourses, as well as the entire ballroom.
Doors open at
7:30 a.m. Conference ends at 2:30 p.m.
Attendees will enjoy breakfast
while networking with city and
county officials, neighborhood
leaders, and other
Mayors Rogero and Burchett
will open the conference.
Workshops Twenty workshops will address topics ranging from crime
prevention and community schools to creative ways that
neighborhoods can build a greater sense of community.
Youth The City is working with our partners to provide opportunities
for middle and high school students to attend the conference
and learn about local government.
Information Booths Attendees will have time to visit over 80 information booths set
up by corporate sponsors, governmental agencies, and various
neighborhood-related nonprofits such as Keep Knoxville
Beautiful and Great
Luncheon Plenary Mayor Rogero will present the Good Neighbor of the Year
Award. Neighborhoods will show off their neighborhood tee
shirts, and tee shirt contest winners will be announced.
Neighborhood Photos A continuous-loop slide show in the ballroom will feature
scenes from neighborhood cleanups, social gatherings and
other events. Sponsor names and logos will be included.
Conference Notebook Each attendee will receive a conference notebook that includes
the program, sponsor recognitions, and other materials.
Door Prizes Drawings for a wide variety of donated door prizes will take
place at the end of the conference.
More Information Follow our progress — speakers, workshops, booths, sponsors
and entertainment — at www.knoxvilletn.gov/neighborhoods
and on Facebook (search for Knoxville Neighborhoods).
Even groundhogs have a day!I knew I had to do something to uplift the stories of women like me who live as musicians in the jazz community, women like me who work hard to be recognized in a male-dominated industry, women like me who are looking to honor the past while inspiring the future. My name is Kelle Jolly and I am a ukulele-playing jazz singer & media personality with a mission!
Why do we need the Women in Jazz Jam Festival?
I started planning the first WOMEN IN JAZZ JAM FESTIVAL to shine a light so brightly on the stories of women, that no one could deny their contributions of creativity, strength and wisdom.
The Women in Jazz Jam Festival will be held in Knoxville, Tennessee, March 10th-12th, 2017. March is Women’s History Month and Music in Our Schools Month. The purpose of the festival is to uncover the stories of women in all aspects of the jazz genre, throughout the jazz community. Knox County students will be on spring break and are encouraged to attend workshops and performances.
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OPENING RECEPTION AND GALLERY OF ARTS TRIBUTE
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2017 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
(This Exhibit Will Remain on Display January 6 thru January 31)
Emporium Center, 100 S. Gay Street, STE 201
Wednesday, January 11 - Monday
January 16, 2017
HONORING THE DREAM BY STANDING FOR JUSTICE AND EQUALITY
On behalf of the entire Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission we would like to welcome you and invite you to join us for our Upcoming Commemoration. In 2017 we will observe our 35th Annual King Week Celebration. Our 2017 theme, Honoring the Dream by Standing for Justice and Equality , is attributed to the Dream and the Dreamer who affirmed, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”
The first community-wide service was held in 1988 at the Greater Warner Tabernacle A.M.E. Zion Church. In 1990, the service was moved to the Knoxville City Auditorium where it remained for three years. In 1993, the service was moved back to Greater Warner where it has remained since.
Over the years, the Commission has added the MLK Parade (1985), the Leadership/Diversity Awards Luncheon (1990), the Leadership Symposium on Equity and Opportunity (1992), and the Youth Symposium (1993). The Musical/Cultural/Arts Tribute and the Ebony Artistry Exposé exhibits were also added to the celebration. As well, the Phyllis Wheatley YWCA Race Against Racism is a partnered event. In 2006 the Commission added its partnership with the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance, which hosts an annual Community Discussion Forum. In, 2010 the Commission introduced two new programs, the Teacher In-Service Training Curriculum (Approved by Knox County Schools) and the Gallery of Arts Tribute Reception and Display, which kicked off the celebration and continued throughout the month of February in honor of Black History Month.
Leadership Educational Symposium
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 8:30AM - 11:30AM
MLK Annual Parade
MONDAY JANUARY 16, 8:30AM - 10AM
MLK MEMORIAL PARADE
Monday, January 16
Line-up will be at 8:30AM
Step-off will be at 10:00AM from the
YWCA Phyllis Wheatley Center, 124 S. Cruze Street, 37915
The purpose of the parade is to offer the community a visual and audible display in tribute to the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The 2017 Parade route will stretch from the Tabernacle Baptist Church on Martin Luther King Avenue to Greater Warner Tabernacle AME Zion Church in Burlington, where we will present our annual Memorial Tribute Service.
Groups, organizations and individuals are welcome to join us. You may Register Online by completing the Registration Form below. Before Registering we ask that you click on the Parade Information & Acknowledgement Form and read the Parade Rules and Regulations.
The On-Line Registration Deadline is FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. Onsite Registration is Available on Parade Day if you are unable to register online before the deadline.
We look forward to seeing you along the parade route and at the church for the closeout of the celebration. Feel free to contact the Parade Chair at Parade@MLKKnoxville.com if you have questions or need additional information.
Thank you for your continued support.
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Talk Show HostTanisha is a native of Knoxville, TN where she graduated as valedictorian from Austin-East High School. She continued her education graduating from both Florida A&M University and the University of Tennessee with degrees in Actuarial Science and Education.For the past 15 years, Tanisha has served in the educational arena. Her career began in the classroom followed by working nine years as a math instructional coach and consultant. Tanisha is currently the Director of Data Analysis & Research as well as College & Career Access/Success Team Leader for Project GRAD Knoxville. She is skilled in data analysis, research, professional development and presents on a multitude of topics.
Tanisha is the President and CEO of Educational Enhancement Service, Inc. established in 1998. She is also a member of the Five Points Up Community Action Group. She has developed the unifying concept of The Village of Knoxville with the mission to organize opportunities that educate, elevate, encourage and empower all citizens. (www.thevillageofknox.com ). “Talking with T” is an extension of the mission that guides The Village of Knoxville.Tanisha is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Her hobbies include writing, art, and jewelry design. She resides in Knoxville, TN with her husband, Darritt Baker and only son, Tylan Baker. |