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Ladies in Red Honor's Wanda Rouzan and others Friday, June 12

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  • naydja@bellsouth.net
    It s Ladies in Red time again and the PRC is honoring New Orleans musicians: Wanda Rouzan, Lionel Uncle Lionel Batiste, SR., Edward Kidd Jordan and Banu
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 2, 2009
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      It's Ladies in Red time again and the PRC is honoring New Orleans musicians: Wanda Rouzan, Lionel "Uncle Lionel" Batiste, SR., Edward "Kidd" Jordan and Banu Gibson.  Come out and support the celebration of our New Oreleans' musicians.  It's a real par-tay!
       
      See flyer below and share with others.
       
      If you have any questions, call me at 504-523-5315.
       
      Naydja Bynum

       

       

       

      PRCNO.org

       

      Our 9th Annual Ladies in Red

      EVENT DETAILS

      Friday, June 12th, 2009
      Patron Party: 7:00 - 8:00
      Gala: 8:00 - 11:00

      At Generations Hall
      310 Andrew Higgins Dr.

      EVENT OVERVIEW

      The 9th Annual Event will Honor Lionel Batiste Sr., Banu Gibson, Edward Kidd Jordan, and Wanda Rouzan.

      Entertainment is by Phillip Manuel (7:00p.m.-8:30p.m.) and James Rivers (9:00p.m.-11:00p.m.).

      Proceeds will provide for the continuation of PRC's efforts to identify and preserve jazz landmarks in New Orleans and the revitalization of our historic neighborhoods. Preservation Resource Center's African American Heritage Program (AAHP) focuses on identifying and preserving the homes and cultural legacy of New Orleans jazz musicians. It is important to save the houses and to recognize the musicians who lived there, at the same time generating awareness of the cultural significance of the older neighborhoods of the city. AAHP has identified over 503 houses where early jazz legends lived, and has been able to produce historic markers for 80 of them. Three endangered houses where jazz musicians lived and 200 houses since the storm have been saved by PRC and its partners in preservation. AAHP's future looks as bright as its past- in 2009, it is revitalizing the PRC's education program and will bring awareness of New Orleans historic neighborhoods through cultural tours.

      Ivy Carter, David Darragh and Denise McConduit, event co-chairs, are happy to present this event once more. They are dedicating the 9th Annual Ladies in Red gala to Annie Avery, co-founder of the PRC's African-American Heritage Preservation program. Karen and Henry Coaxum are serving as Honorary Co-Chairs.

      BACARDI is a sponsor of Ladies in Red and will be providing a specialty drink at the event.

      EVENT COST

      Gala: $75
      Patron Party: $300 per couple

      Chairs

      ·                                 Ivy Carter

      ·                                 David Darragh

      ·                                 Denise McConduit

      ·                                  

      ·                                 Honorary Chairs:

      ·                                 Karen and Henry Coaxum

      Please contact Averil Oberhelman at 504.636.3040 or aoberhelman@... for more information.

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    • naydja@bellsouth.net
      Just as a reminder, Ladies in Red is this Friday, June 12 at Generation Hall. The PRC is honoring New Orleans musicians: Wanda Rouzan, Lionel Uncle Lionel
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 9, 2009
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        Just as a reminder, Ladies in Red is this Friday, June 12 at Generation Hall. The PRC is honoring New Orleans musicians: Wanda Rouzan, Lionel "Uncle Lionel" Batiste, SR., Edward "Kidd" Jordan and Banu Gibson.  Come out and support the celebration of our New Oreleans' musicians.  It's a real par-tay!
         
        See flyer below and share with others.
         
        If you have any questions, call me at 504-523-5315.
         
        Naydja Bynum

         

         

         

        PRCNO.org

         

        Our 9th Annual Ladies in Red

        EVENT DETAILS

        Friday, June 12th, 2009
        Patron Party: 7:00 - 8:00
        Gala: 8:00 - 11:00

        At Generations Hall
        310 Andrew Higgins Dr.

        EVENT OVERVIEW

        The 9th Annual Event will Honor Lionel Batiste Sr., Banu Gibson, Edward Kidd Jordan, and Wanda Rouzan.

        Entertainment is by Phillip Manuel (7:00p.m.-8:30p.m.) and James Rivers (9:00p.m.-11:00p.m.).

        Proceeds will provide for the continuation of PRC's efforts to identify and preserve jazz landmarks in New Orleans and the revitalization of our historic neighborhoods. Preservation Resource Center's African American Heritage Program (AAHP) focuses on identifying and preserving the homes and cultural legacy of New Orleans jazz musicians. It is important to save the houses and to recognize the musicians who lived there, at the same time generating awareness of the cultural significance of the older neighborhoods of the city. AAHP has identified over 503 houses where early jazz legends lived, and has been able to produce historic markers for 80 of them. Three endangered houses where jazz musicians lived and 200 houses since the storm have been saved by PRC and its partners in preservation. AAHP's future looks as bright as its past- in 2009, it is revitalizing the PRC's education program and will bring awareness of New Orleans historic neighborhoods through cultural tours.

        Ivy Carter, David Darragh and Denise McConduit, event co-chairs, are happy to present this event once more. They are dedicating the 9th Annual Ladies in Red gala to Annie Avery, co-founder of the PRC's African-American Heritage Preservation program. Karen and Henry Coaxum are serving as Honorary Co-Chairs.

        BACARDI is a sponsor of Ladies in Red and will be providing a specialty drink at the event.

        EVENT COST

        Gala: $75
        Patron Party: $300 per couple

        Chairs

        ·                                 Ivy Carter

        ·                                 David Darragh

        ·                                 Denise McConduit

        ·                                  

        ·                                 Honorary Chairs:

        ·                                 Karen and Henry Coaxum

        Please contact Averil Oberhelman at 504.636.3040 or aoberhelman@... for more information.

        Buy Tickets Now

        All contents © Preservation Resource Center. Replication usage not permitted without expressed consent.

        unsubscribe

         


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