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Kwanzaa 
Kwanzaa is a spiritual celebration that is observed each year from  December 26th through January 1st.  The word Kwanzaa is derived from a Kiswahili phrase, matunda ya kwanzaa, which means the "first fruits of the harvest." 

Minority Program services participates in an annual Kwanzaa celebration with the Albion College and community.  Kwanzaa activities are held in local churches, Albion College, Albion Public Schools, and local community organizations. 

Martin Luther King Celebration 

 Martin Luther King Institute 
 MLK Power of Love 

Black Family Reunion 1999 Home Page 

Sunday, August 8th

  • 6 p.m. – Rites of Passage Awards Night
    (6th grade and above)

Monday, August 9th

  • Summer Slam Basketball Clinic
  • 6 p.m. - M.L.K. "I Have a Dream" Book Review at M.P.S.

Tuesday, August 10th

  • 9 a.m. – Character Unlimited Workshop with Sharon Olsen

Wednesday, August 11th

  • 9 a.m. - Teen Pregnancy Workshop, Albion College
  • KYDS Country Summer Dreams Picnic at Victory Park

Thursday, August 12th

  • 10 a.m. – Cool Cats Softball Clinic
  • 5 p.m. – Paula Langston-Ware, Adam Wall at the Blazer Track Club Classic, A.H.S.

Friday, August 13th

  • 9 a.m. – African-American Leadership Workshop
  • 9 p.m. – Teen Celebration

Saturday, August 14th

  • Black Family Reunion Day Festival at Holland Park
    (Access from Cass Street)
  • 7 p.m. – Operation J.O.Y.

Sunday, August 15th

  • Tillman Cornelius, Harry J. Bonner, Sr., and Gerald Simpson Softball Classic
  • Various Church Services

Call Minority Program Services for more information 

Love for Myself, My Family, Your Family, Our Family 
 

Substance Abuse Awareness Month - October 

See also African American Parent Involvement Day 

See also  Health Promotion Programs 
 
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Minority Program Services Harry J. Bonner, Sr.  Executive Director Wyndam Woods Centre 300 B. Drive North P.O. Box 265 Albion, Michigan 49224 Phone (517) 629-2113 Fax (517) 629-2029 email- hbonner@hotmail.com     Web Site by Maggie LaNoue / Albion Design Last updated 9-30-98  
 

 

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Africa 6th Annual   
Albion Michigan  

Black Family Reunion 
a Celebration of Family, Community, and History
August 8-15,1999



1999 Albion Black Family Reunion August 8-15 Schedule of Events

All events will take place in Albion

Sunday, August 8th
6 p.m. – Rites of Passage Awards Night
(6th grade and above)

Monday, August 9th
Summer Slam Basketball Clinic
6 p.m. - M.L.K. "I Have a Dream" Book Review at M.P.S.

Tuesday, August 10th
9 a.m. – Character Unlimited Workshop with Sharon Olsen

Wednesday, August 11th
9 a.m. - Teen Pregnancy Workshop, Albion College
KYDS Country Summer Dreams Picnic at Victory Park

Thursday, August 12th
10 a.m. – Cool Cats Softball Clinic
5 p.m. – Paula Langston-Ware, Adam Wall at the Blazer Track Club Classic, A.H.S.

Friday, August 13th
9 a.m. – African-American Leadership Workshop
9 p.m. – Teen Celebration

Saturday, August 14th
Black Family Reunion Day Festival at Holland Park
(Access from Cass Street)
7 p.m. – Operation J.O.Y.

Sunday, August 15th
Tillman Cornelius, Harry J. Bonner, Sr., and Gerald Simpson Softball Classic
Various Church Services

Back to the Black Family Reunion Home Page

A Program of Minority Program Services Black Family Institute
For more information on the Albion Black Family Reunion
or other Minority Program Services programs, contact:
Paula Langston-Ware
Minority Program Services
300 B Drive North, P.O. Box 265
Albion, MI 49224
(517) 629-2113 Fax (517) 629-2029

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