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Sister Sheryl's Sweets is Back!

Welcome back Sister Sheryl's Sweets to the Black History Month: Celebrating Unsung Community Service Leaders event on Thursday, February 27, 2020! This free community and cultural event is hosted by and in collaboration with the African-American Community and JCC Beacon Program at I.S. 49 at Berta A. Dreyfus I.S. 49, 101 Warren St, Staten Island, from 6:30pm-9:30pm! Sister Sheryl's Sweets was a Vendor at the 2019 Kwanzaa Celebration & Kujichagulia Marketplace and will be returning and setting up her bake shop at the Black Artisan's Marketplace with more of her delicious Banana Pudding, Lemon and Vanilla pound cakes, Pineapple Coconut and Upsidedown Pineapple cakes and Red Velvet cake! Join us as we honor the triumphs and struggles of African-Americans throughout U.S. history and shine a light on the work of the following Community Service Leaders and changemakers in the borough of Staten Island: - Robert Perkins, Regional Manager - Edge-ucator, Edge Foundation and Outreach Coordinator for the Fatherhood Matters Program provided by United Activities Unlimited. - Linda Means, Graphic Artist, Owner Mugshots Figment - Elijah Scott-Pyle, Curtis H.S. Student and President, S.I. NAACP Youth Council ----- FREE Registration online - To lend your talent, contact Dorcas Meyers at 917-406-7736 or email, Get involve!!!

Community Supporter: Vendor: Volunteer: "Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to become, And what I can do, And use it for a purpose greater than myself" Said Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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