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An Intergenerational Roundtable 2.0

Friday February 16

Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center, 102 Martin Luther King Ave, Saint Augustine

The emphasis of this forum will be on how the topic relates to racial, ethnic, and religious minorities. The evening will begin with a social hour with light food fare, and an “ice breaker” conducted by Pat Chiapetta, and a “slam poem” by Gracie Best. Mr. Derek Coghlan, a faculty member at Nease High School, will moderate the session of roundtable participants. Alexius Ferguson, Community Partner School Director at the Webster School Andrea Clark, NAACP, Educator, Women’s March Daniel Carter, College Student, Community Activist Enrique Diaz, Business Owner, Community Activist Felicia Proia, Certified School Psychologist, Secretary of St. Johns County Young Democrats Carol Holtz, Vice Chair, St. Johns Democratic Party, President of Hastings Democratic Club Dr. Dorothy Israel, Educator, Author, Community Activist Students from Nease, Ponte Vedra, & Creekside High Schools, and the Webster School Nyk Smith, Local Business Owner, NAACP Officer Date: February 16, 2018 Time: Social Hour - 5:00 - 6:00 pm Roundtable - 6:00 - 9:30 pm Location: Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center 102 Martin Luther King Ave, 2nd floor For questions or concerns, contact John Pilecki at [email protected] or 215-896-8656


Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center, 102 Martin Luther King Ave, Saint Augustine