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Parkchester’s Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

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Parkchester’s annual Kwanzaa celebration invitation

"Greetings,

Creating Unity in the Community" focuses on bringing our African American community closer together for a wonderful cultural experience.

The mission is to honor the work of Dr. Maulana Karenga, by partaking in understanding the seven principles of Kwanzaa (Nguzo Saba) a universal message to encourage families to make the connections. The key component is to break down barriers that focus on differences and encourage unity in the community.

We kindly ask that you and your family purchase a raffle ticket to support in our Parkchester’s Annual Kwanzaa fundraiser. For $5.00 you get six tickets. To purchase online, please go
here.

Everyone is welcome to celebrate Kwanzaa Karamu - an informative event through artistic and social expressions.

Thank you for your time with the intent you will consider our humble invitation.

If you have any questions or need further information, kindly call."



Kind regards,

Debra Oguamah
Founder/President

Creating Unity in the Community
1966 Newbold Avenue, Suite 502
Bronx, NY 10472

Tel.: 718-409-5253
Tel.: 646-671-2876

 

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Thomas Lockhart

was born June 8, 1953. Mr. Lockhart is a former Bronx resident from the Marble Hill section, and attended The Bronx High School of Science and Manhattan College. A former All-American basketball player at both institutions, he left for Europe in 1976 to pursue a professional career after a brief encounter with the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA. Continuing his education he actively plunged into corporate marketing communications with international companies like Philips, Alstom, Qiagen Instruments, KPMG, European Space Administration, ABN-Amro Bank and the Port of Rotterdam, while continuing to play ball and coach. Teaching English and advertising in Holland led to the setup of Ideas Unlimited, his own International Business Communications firm. Mr. Lockhart has lived and worked in various countries for the past 33 years, speaks German, French, Dutch and is currently learning Italian. Now residing near Zurich Switzerland, he has three children, Jarrett, 31 Chief of Staff with the Bronx City Council, 14th District, Maraya, 21 and Malik, 11. Tom is currently serving as Communications Manager and Asst. Operations Coordinator of the Marble Hill Reunion and Development Project.