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Upward African Woman Black Tie Gala Beverly Hills Women’s Club Sunday Oct. 15th 2017

Written By: Marcelle - Oct• 21•17

Upward African Woman Black Tie Gala Beverly Hills Women’s Club Sunday Oct. 15th 2017

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UPWARD AFRICAN WOMAN (UAW) Charity Event at Beverly Hills Women’s Club                                                                                                                                               By Amalisha HuEck

What can be better to do on Sunday afternoon than to participate at the Charity Event at Beverly Hills Women’s Club?  An exciting and promising UPWARD AFRICAN WOMAN (UAW) organization that is breaking barriers and giving hope to benefit women and children in education and hope for a better life; is making the World a Better place for everyone. With a Cocktail Reception and Red Carpet that started promptly at 3pm, our hosts served their honorable guests with tiny, little cups of delicious African coffee served with little sweeten African bread, some fresh fruit, and simple but filling dough-balls.

The Mistress of Ceremony, Tess Cacciatore, welcomed everyone at 4:00 pm, introducing Dr. Linda Walace with an opening Prayer, followed with the Special Massage from the Office of Kenya Consulate General in Los Angeles in stressing the need to make the World a better place for everyone. African children, young girls from Sierra Leonean (West Africa) gave us an uplifting and fun dance performance, which was followed by Guest Speakers: Dr.Eve Allen, Steven Benedict and Senait Admassu with the massage of giving the children and African women the opportunities to become stronger and have a brighter future through a proper education. Their motto is to help African women in becoming the active participants and taking them higher and higher through education. Dr. Eve Allen – one of the guest speakers said, “When we are generous we are uplifting everyone’s life, including our own into a better existence, love and greatness because – Giving is Love in Action”.

The Special performance by King Alexander and Nigerian dance performance made the afternoon full of hope, excitement and joy. The guests were served a special African dinner buffet, which vined down with an uplifting speech and vote of thanks from Monalisa Okojie, President of UAW and the final proclamation of City of Beverly Hills which closed the event with an offering of staying longer with an open dance for everyone. Raffle and Donations were the underlying activity throughout the event.

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