By Kim Sullivan Some say it’s all about that face – the honoree, the committee chair – all about those well-placed names other people will flock to see. A face everybody knows, the face everyone would like on their board.…
Six charities will benefit from the Liberty Center Foundation’s Change for Charities program.
Phiona Mutesi, soon to be the subject of a Disney film, will be a guest at the 15th anniversary edition of the Queen City Classic Chess Tournament. At the opening night reception, she and her coach, Robert Katende, will receive the Shining Knight Award for their efforts to transform lives through chess.
Dr. Tyrone Tillery, a U.S. history scholar, will speak as part of a community lecture series in celebration of African American History Month.
This gallery contains 10 photos →
This gallery contains 2 photos →
This gallery contains 6 photos →