The Plant City Black Heritage Jazz Festival 

We Cordially invite you and your guest to attend the 
19th Annual Black Heritage Banquet/Gala 
which will be held on 

Friday, February 11, 2022
6:30 PM

Hillsborough Community College
 Trinkle Center
1206 N Park Rd.
Plant City, Fl 33563

Please don't waste anytime 
RSVP by January 14, 2022
Before its too late.

$45.00 per person 
Tax-deductible non-refundable

Please make checks payable to:
Plant City Black Heritage
C/o Sharon Moody - Event Coordinator
1902 Bond St.
Plant City, Fl 33563

For more information please call:

Sharon Moody, Chair
(813) 453-7134
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Cynthia Bailey, Co-Chair
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PO Box 3452
Plant City, FL 33563

Hosted by:
The Plant City Black Heritage Celebration, Inc.

"Health and Wellness For ALL"
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FEBRUARY 11, 12, 13 2022

a 501(c) (3)Organization.
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Our Mission:
The purpose of the Plant City Black Heritage Celebration, Inc. is to offer the community of Plant City a unique blend of African and African American Art, culture history, celebrate those who have and are carrying the torch passed on to us down the years by heroes in the search for equality and justice. It exists to support the culturally rich and diverse Plant City community by ensuring all events are inclusive of its entire people locally, as well as nationally noble men and women who had vision or a better world, and because of their vision, today, we enjoy the benefits of their unselfish and courageous acts. To further our mission, we sponsor a summer reading program: feed the homeless monthly; sponsor Santa sled program that give toys, food and bikes to needy families and award scholarships to deserving high school students to advance their education. 
Plant City Black Heritage Gala/Banquet
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The Plant City Black Heritage Celebration, Inc. is pleased to announce that the 2022 Black Heritage Educational and Cultural Festival are scheduled for February 11, 12, 13 2022. This event coincides with Black History Month and provides a great opportunity for the Plant City community to honor the rich cultural history of African American nationally and as importantly locally.