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The student news site of Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana

Tiger Times

The student news site of Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana

Tiger Times

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HSE district celebrates African-American Heritage

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African-American Heritage Celebration coordinator Rachael Allen working as an Instructional Assistant in the Media Lab Center. -Photo taken by Natalie Lueung

“As we look to continue adding to the program each year, we welcome all who are interested in becoming involved,” Allen said.

February is not only the month of love but it also known as African-American History Month. Every year both FHS holds a celebration in recognition of African-American heritage.

“The first year that I was involved in the planning process [in 2011] there was about 75 people who attended. Last year the program grew about 130 people,” African-American Heritage Celebration coordinator Rachael Allen said.

Everyone is invited, students may bring along friends, family and relatives. This occasion will be held in the cafe of FHS at 6:30pm on Thursday, Feb. 20.

For entertainment there will be dance, music, singing, and the FHS jazz band. Poetry will also be performed, commonly known as spoken words.

“As we look to continue adding to the program each year, we welcome all who are interested in becoming involved,” Allen said.

Contact coordinators Rachel Allen or Valencia Townsend [[email protected]] for more information.

African-American Heritage Celebration coordinator Rachael Allen working as an Instructional Assistant in the Media Lab Center. -Photo taken by Natalie Lueung
African-American Heritage Celebration coordinator Rachael Allen working as an Instructional Assistant in the Media Lab Center. -Photo taken by Natalie Lueung

 

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HSE district celebrates African-American Heritage