Black Heritage Awareness Calender Fundraiser

December 10, 2020 @ 7:30PM — January 8, 2021 @ 11:59PM

aSTEAM Village NSBE Jr. Kansas City Junior Executive Board fundraiser

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Join Us for One of the Most Amazing and Inspiring Events of 2020 as Dr. Carl B. Mack, Creator of the Black Heritage IV Calendar and NSBE Co-Founder George Smith Take Us on Journey of Black History!

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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By popular demand, the aSTEAM Village NSBE Jr. Black Heritage Awareness Celebration will be rebroadcast this Thursday, December 10th on Facebook Live at 7:30 pm.

The rebroadcast is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Black Heritage IV Calendars are on sales until January 8th at 11:59 pm CST and can be purchased at http://one.asteamvillage.org

The Pre-Event Video will begin at 7:00 PM CST.

The reviews and comments that we received shows us that everyone truly enjoyed the aSTEAM Village NSBE Jr. Chapter's Black Heritage Calendar Fundraiser featuring our keynote by Dr. Carl B. Mack, former NSBE Executive Director and creator of the Black Heritage Day Calendar, National Society of Black Engineers Co-Founder, George Smith's presentation on Black Americans in the National Inventors Hall of Fame and the powerful, melodic voice of Kansas City's own Broadway singer/actress Angela 'Wildflower' Polk.

Please tell your friends, family members and colleagues to join us for the rebroadcast of this past Sunday's amazing event.

We also hope that you were inspired to not only get your Black Heritage Day IV Calendar but also help spread the word to your family, friends and co-workers to get a calendar and give the gift of knowledge, joy and wisdom.

All proceeds from the sale of the Black Heritage IV Awareness Calendar go to the aSTEAM Village NSBE Jr. Chapter.

aSTEAM Village NSBE Jr. Chapter is a member of aSTEAM Village, a 501(c)3 organization that focuses on engaging students, families, and educators in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) pathways to facilitate career and education readiness for participation in the 21st Century economies of today and tomorrow.

***ALL donations are allocated directly to student programs to pay for competition, registration, travel and meals for the students, unless otherwise requested by the donor to be applied specifically to a certain line item.