The Philadelphia Congress of the National Congress of Black Women
20th Annual Onah C. Weldon Scholarship Fund Luncheon
The National Congress of Black Women formerly, the National Political Congress of Black Women (NCBW) was founded 23 years ago by the Honorable Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and Dr. C. Delores Tucker, two of the most dynamic and visionary African American women of the 20th Century. Onah C. Weldon served as the Philadelphia Chair for over twenty years. Jacqui De Shields has the distinct honor and charge of continuing this historical legacy of outstanding leadership by serving as Chair of the esteemed only Philadelphia Flagship Chapter of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc. Members across the city are excited by her leadership.
The Philadelphia Congress realizes the importance of African-American women understanding the consequences of achieving political and economic empowerment and using that power effectively. Therefore, the Philadelphia Congress will continue to strive and make significant headway in educating women about the political process and how it effects every phase of our livelihoods.
With the 20th Annual Onah C. Weldon Scholarship Fund Luncheon, the PC-NCBW continues its 20 year tradition in helping to support women and their education:
What: The Philadelphia Congress Flagship Chapter of the National Congress of Black Women
Present the 20th Annual Onah C. Weldon Luncheon & Fashion Show
When: Saturday, November 10, 2007, Doors Open 11:00 AM
Tickets: $ 50.00
Fabulous *** Fun *** Fashions
Great Door Prizes
Proceeds will benefit the Onah C. Weldon Scholarship Fund
For additional information, please contact Event Chair, Barbara White, Event Chair,610-222-9113
To purchase tickets, please contact JC Lamkin, jclamkin.com or jc-lamkin.gltmypc.com (215) 843-1039 or email email@example.com.