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NAACP has pre-holiday showcase Saturday

The NAACP Georgia State ACT-SO presents a pre-holiday showcase featuring multi-talents students around Georgia.

On Saturday, Dec. 18, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. students around Georgia who competed in ACT-SO will showcase their talents at the Banquet Hall and Conference Center, 820 Bethsaida Road in Riverdale. ACT-SO is an acronym for Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics, an annual competition where students earn money, scholarships, computers and other rewards at the NAACP National ACT-SO Olympics. Talents will be displayed in the areas of humanities, sciences, performing arts, visual arts and business/ entrepreneurship.

This is a fundraising opportunity to help the 2011 ACT-SO winners with travel and hotel accommodations to compete at the NAACP National ACT-SO Olympics of the mind in Los Angeles, California in July 2011.

You do not want to miss this event and if you desire to purchase tickets in advance, please contact Alice Jones at 770-716-7392. Tickets can also be purchased at the door. Your tax-deductible donations and support for the ACT-SO Programs would be appreciated.

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