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ROBINSON-WEEKS-ROBINSON ANNUAL BREAKFAST

When: March 17, 2018

Where: 7901 Cutting Boulevard in El Cerrito

20180317 20180317 America/Los_Angeles ROBINSON-WEEKS-ROBINSON ANNUAL BREAKFAST

The Robinson-Weeks-Robinson Scholarship Foundation in Richmond is hosting our Annual Fundraiser Breakfast in Saturday, March 17th at the Berkeley Country Club, starting at 9am.

Guest speakers are Pamela Price and Diana Becton -- 2 African American women who are candidates for District Attorney for Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

Students who possess a minimum grade point average of 2.5, and reside in West Contra Costa County Unified School District, are invited to write an essay of 500 words or less addressing the question: “How does today’s youth feel about the current state of the office of the presidency of the United States?”

Winner(s) will receive a monetary award, and finalists will be invited to read their essay at the Scholarship Breakfast

The event takes place at 7901 Cutting Boulevard in El Cerrito.

For details, call 510.426.6044.

7901 Cutting Boulevard in El Cerrito

The Robinson-Weeks-Robinson Scholarship Foundation in Richmond is hosting our Annual Fundraiser Breakfast in Saturday, March 17th at the Berkeley Country Club, starting at 9am.

Guest speakers are Pamela Price and Diana Becton — 2 African American women who are candidates for District Attorney for Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

Students who possess a minimum grade point average of 2.5, and reside in West Contra Costa County Unified School District, are invited to write an essay of 500 words or less addressing the question: “How does today’s youth feel about the current state of the office of the presidency of the United States?”

Winner(s) will receive a monetary award, and finalists will be invited to read their essay at the Scholarship Breakfast

The event takes place at 7901 Cutting Boulevard in El Cerrito.

For details, call 510.426.6044.

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