NCNW 25th Annual Harabee Brunch 2016

December 3, 2016

December 3, 2016

9:00 am To 3:00 pm

Event Description

Tis is NCNW-Denver Section’s 25th Annual Harambee (All Pull Together) Founder’s Day Awards Brunch to celebrate women and children in the community that have exhibited the principle’s of our founder, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune , our president emerita, Dr. Dorothy I. Height, and our mission. Our theme this year is “Fortified by the Past…Focused on the Future”.

The brunch and awards program will take place from 11AM to 2PM. NCNW’s Harambee Brunch will feature the First Lady of Denver, Mary Louise Lee, as the guest speaker as well as humarist, Cjay Smith, and African drummers. It will also feature our Harambee Marketplace starting at 9AM to 3PM, full of vendors selling a variety of products just in timefor the holidays!

The NCNW Silver Circle is collecting school supplies, which are often donated at the beginning of the school year, however, children run out of supplies during the year. This school supply drive will help to restock the children’s supplies for their second semester. Please feel free to bring school supply donations with you to Harambee.

Membership Special: This year the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. is closing out its 80th year in existence. Therefore, the Denver Section is holding an “80 in 80” membership drive for those interested in joining NCNW. A membership in the Denver Section is normally $70. A ticket to Harambee and a membership can be purchased for $100. If a membership is desired at Harambee, it can be purchased for $45 the day of the event at the program. If a membership is purchased by December 31, 2016, it will be offered at only $55.

Harambee – Let’s All Pull Together!

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