Kimberly Lapalucci & Linwood Jackson will be dancing a Tango / Salsa with the March of Dimes Dancing For Babies

Getting ready for my 2nd season with the March of Dimes Dancing For Babies!                            I will be dancing a Tango / Salsa (one dance) this year with,                                        Kimberly Lapalucci, Director for Communications Delaware State AARP.                         Lets Get Ready to TANGO!!

We are asking for your support;

Come join us on Oct. 19, 2015 at the

Sheraton                                                                                                                                               365 Airport Road
New Castle, DE 19720                                                                                                                         for the 6th annual Dancing for Babies where local couples perform and help babies!       The audience are the judges for a fun, toe tappin’ evening to benefit the Delaware Chapter of the March of Dimes.

I have tickets or you can get your tickets here;   http://www.marchofdimes.org/delaware/events/events_13183.html

Event tickets are $20 pre-event and $30 at the door.                                                                and /or you can give just                                                                                                                    $1 for each Vote (ticket) for your favorite dance couple.                                                          You can Vote as often as you like for us here;                    http://www.marchofdimes.org/delaware/events/events_13183.html

We have 3 Sponsorship Tiers;

Presenting Sponsor: $1500 • Full page advertisement in the evening’s program: 5” X 8” • Tabletop* • Company name displayed at event • Company logo and link on March of Dimes Delaware Chapter website • Company name and/or logo on all local publicity, if applicable • Company name and/or logo mentioned in press kits and pre-event press release • Verbal recognition during event • 10 general admission tickets • 1500 voting tickets

Tabletop Sponsor: $ 500 • 1/4 page advertisement in the evening’s program: 2.25” x 3.875” • Company name displayed at event • Tabletop* • 4 general admission tickets • 500 voting tickets

General Sponsor: $ 250 • Business card sized advertisement in the evening’s program: 1.25”X 2.5” OR Send a copy of your business card • Company name displayed at event • 2 general admission tickets • 250 voting tickets

If you would like to be a sponsor for Kimberly and Linwood go to;                                                 2015 DFB Sponsorship Agreement

or please contact:                                                                                                                             Bridget Erhard at 302.225.2866                                                        bridget.a.erhard@ampf.com

Thank you so very much for your support,

C. Linwood Jackson,                                                                                                                        Host of                                                                                                                                                 The Linwood Jackson Radio Show                                                                                             Wfai 1510 am                                                                              www.wfai1510.com/programs/20

Here’s a clip from last years dancers.                                                       https://vimeo.com/111446033

Vote for  Kimberly Iapalucci and Linwood Jackson @ http://www.marchofdimes.org/delaware/events/events_13183.html

Vote for
Kimberly Iapalucci and Linwood Jackson @
http://www.marchofdimes.org/delaware/events/events_13183.html

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Ralandre Lacy from Prestige Academy will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show

I am honored to be speaking with;                                                                                        Ralandre Lacy from Prestige Academy, she will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show to talk about educating our young boys Sunday May, 24.

Join us Live at wfai 1510 am or @                                           www.wfai1510.com/programs/20                                                                                                   2-3 every Sunday.

Ralandre Lacy, is a representative from the Prestige Academy, and she will be on to tell us how the  Prestige Academy prepares young men in grades 5-8 for admission to and success in demanding college preparatory high schools.

In a highly structured, achievement-oriented school culture, Prestige Academy students develop a strong academic foundation in the core subjects and the REAL values necessary for success: Respect and Responsibility, Excellence in Behavior, Academic Mastery, and Leadership.

If your son is a 4th, 5th or  6th grader then enroll him now for the 2015-16 school year.  For more information please call  302-762-3240 today.

Join us Live at wfai 1510 am or @ www.wfai1510.com/programs/20                                          2-3 every Sunday.                                                                                                                              And call 302-777-1510                                                                                                                    with any questions or comments.

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The 1st A A Commissioner and The 1st A A Executive Dir. of The Del Commission of Vet Affairs, will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show

I will be speaking with;                                                                                                             Larence Kirby & MyRon W. Smith on The Linwood Jackson radio show                       Sunday May, 24

Larence Kirby, is tence he first African American Executive Director of The Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs,                                                                                                    and                                                                                                                                                 MyRon W. Smith, is the first African American Commissioner, American Commissioner on The Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs.                                                                  They will be on the show to celebrate memorial day, a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in Americas armed forces.

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Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is observed every year on the last Monday of May, originated as Decoration Day after the American Civil War in 1868, when the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization of Union veterans established it as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers.

According to research done by Professor David Blight of Yale University, the first Memorial Day was observed by formerly-enslaved African-Americans at the Washington Race Course in Charleston, S.C.  The race course had been used as a temporary Confederate prison camp in 1865, as well as a mass grave for the Union soldiers who died there. At the end of the Civil war, the bodies were exhumed from that mass grave, and given a proper burial with individual graves. The African-Americans built a fence around the graveyard with an entry arch, and declared it a Union graveyard. They completed this work in a record ten days; on May 1, 1865, the Charleston newspaper reported that a crowd of up to ten thousand had a celebration at that place, creating the first Decoration Day.

By the 20th century, competing Union and Confederate holiday traditions, celebrated on different days, had merged, and Memorial Day eventually extended to honor all Americans who died while in the military service.

Happy-Memorial-Day

The Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs, an office of the Delaware Department of State, that is dedicated to assisting veterans and their family members in obtaining benefits and working with other government agencies and civic organizations to facilitate assistive services. The Commission is an advisory board appointed by the Governor to represent Delaware’s veterans. The Commission coordinates programs and objectives in State-wide advocacy for veterans affairs. They administer policy and oversee operations of Delaware’s two Veterans Cemeteries and the Veterans Home.

Please feel free to call their office at (302) 739-2792, In State Toll Free (800) 344-9900 or e-mail their office if you have any questions, concerns or would like to make suggestions to improve services to you.

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The Linwood Jackson Radio Show.
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Maria Beauchamp & William Swezey will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show.

Maria Beauchamp & William Swezey will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show Sunday May, 17                                                                                                                                                Join us Live at wfai 1510 am or @ www.wfai1510.com/programs/20                                          2-3 every Sunday.

William “Bill” Swezey, President and C.E.O. at Data Management Internationale , is also a seasoned actor, singer, and musician currently performing with the band Echoes,  Delaware’s own masters of Pink Floyd music.

William

William “Bill” Swezey

Bill will be on the show talking about the performing arts and WebDocs. What’s WebDocs, listen in and we’ll learn together.

Maria Beauchamp, is a dance instructor, actress and executive producer of The Wilmingtonians, she’ll be on talking about the performing arts and to bring awareness about her battles with Lupus and Dystonia that she has been diagnosed with.

Maria Beauchamp,  Dance instructor, actress and executive producer of The Wilmingtonians

Maria Beauchamp,
Dance instructor, actress and executive producer of The Wilmingtonians.

www.gofundme.com/bringmariaback

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Check out Maria Beauchamp’s “Dancing Her Lupus Away” video here.                         

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Dianne Cross, researcher will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show.

Mother’s day, Sunday May, 10 on The Linwood Jackson Radio Show, Linwood speaks with  Mrs. Dianne Cross, researcher, creator, and presenter.                                                          Join us Live wfai 1510 am or @ www.wfai1510.com/programs/20                                          2-3 every Sunday.

Dianne Cross - researcher, creator, and presenter. “A Long Overdue Story” www.ALongOverdueStory.com

Dianne Cross – researcher, creator, and presenter.
“A Long Overdue Story”
www.ALongOverdueStory.com

April 9th, 2015 marked the 150th anniversary of one of the United States most historical moments, the conclusion of the Civil War. In honor of this significant part of our nation’s history, I am honored to have Mrs. Cross on the show. She uses oral family history along with 19th century documents to tell the amazing story of her great great-grandfather, Sgt. Isaac Hall, an African American Civil War Soldier.

She will be on the show to give a synopsis of “A Long Overdue Story “From a slave to a soldier to freedom” the story of Sgt. Isaac Hall, told by Mrs. Cross his great great-granddaughter.

Dianne has shared her story with many educational institutions, historical societies, social and private gatherings to much praise and acclaim. She has put together a full presentation which combines her captivating storytelling style with audio visuals and she is available to bring the story to your audience.

Dianne Cross - researcher, creator, and presenter. “A Long Overdue Story” www.ALongOverdueStory.com

Dianne Cross – researcher, creator, and presenter.
“A Long Overdue Story”
www.ALongOverdueStory.com

The ‘Long Overdue Story’ DVD is an ideal complement to the curriculum when teaching about the United States Civil War. It would be a fine addition to any home, school, or public library. The digital download of the DVD is available as a teaching aid or student resource for a mere five dollars. See excerpts of the DVD at http://www.longoverduestory.com/videos/.

This is the story of Isaac Hall, one of Delaware’s sons, from a slave in Sussex County Delaware, to a Sgt. in the United States Colored Troops, to a Free Man. The Emancipation Proclamation had no effect on Isaac Hall. His path to freedom was War Department General Order 329. It offered up to 300 dollars to slave owners for the enlistment of their slave into the military.

This is a historically accurate and an entertaining way for educators to help students learn about their nation’s history.   On this DVD Dianne Cross tells how she started with only his name, a portrait, and oral family history. That was then. Now, after several years of research she can tell ‘A Long Overdue Story’ of one of the over 200,000 African American Civil War soldiers that fought to abolish slavery and preserve the Union.  It also has copies of official documents including the title to another human being.

Please contact her for speaking engagements, fees and schedule.

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Check out Sgt. Isaac Hall’s video here.                                           https://vimeo.com/86168557

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Omar Showtime Rashada and Miraclle Shields will be on The Linwood Jackson radio show

Linwood Jackson will be speaking with Omar Showtime Rashada, and Miraclle Shields on The Linwood Jackson radio show 2-3 Sunday, May 3

Omar Showtime Rashada, talk show host and renowned playwright, will be on to talk about his latest play “Isaiah Turner.” It’s a story about a young man who learns the true value of love, friendship, and responsibility after experiencing some painful events in his life.

Isaiah Turner for tickets contact     Omar Rashada @  omarrashada@yahoo.com, or  call 302- 743-2067

Isaiah Turner
for tickets contact Omar Rashada @
omarrashada@yahoo.com, or
call 302- 743-2067

The show will be at;                                                                                                                        William Penn High School                                                                                                   Saturday, May 16at 7:00pm – 10:00pm                                                                                         713 E Basin Rd, New Castle, Delaware 19720

Tickets $20-Adults $15-Students/Seniors
Group Discounts Available
For ticket information contact Omar Rashada @
omarrashada@yahoo.com, or call 302- 743-2067

Miraclle Shields, a local fashion designer and owner of MirStylezz, will be on to discuss her passion for fashion and what she plans on achieving by completing her first show.  MirStylezz believes in being unique in the fashion world by understanding the newest trends while at the same time putting a personal spin on it. For more info go to;  www.mirstylezz.com

Miraclle will be hosting a local fashion show in May 16 to display her designs, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Maria Beauchamp’s battle against Dystonia. http://www.gofundme.com/bringmariaback?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=cta_button&utm_campaign=upd_n 

Please join us 2-3 live on The Linwood Jackson Radio Show http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20 

We have a lot to talk about because as you know we’re committed to giving good information and inspirational content covering the issues, the solutions and the fun stuff too, working hard to entertain you each and every Sunday on Delaware’s exclusive urban contemporary radio station, WFAI 1510 am.

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The Linwood Jackson Radio Show.
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Join us Live @ www.wfai1510.com/programs/20                                                                          2-3 every Sunday.                                                                                                                              And call 302-777-1510                                                                                                                    with any questions or comments.

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Dianne Cross, researcher, creator, and presenter will be speaking at the Wilmington Drama Leguae.

Dianne Cross, researcher, creator, and presenter will be speaking 15 minutes before the Civil War show at the Wilmington Drama Leguae on April 26.

Diane has shared her story with many educational institutions, historical societies, social and private gatherings to much praise and acclaim. She has put together a full presentation which combines her captivating storytelling style with audio visuals and is available to bring the story to our audience.

Dianne Cross - researcher, creator, and presenter. “A Long Overdue Story” www.ALongOverdueStory.com

Dianne Cross – researcher, creator, and presenter.
“A Long Overdue Story”
www.ALongOverdueStory.com

“Dianne Cross, will give a synopsis of “A Long Overdue Story “From a slave to a soldier to freedom”                                                                                                                                                   A Long Overdue Story” is the story of Sgt. Isaac Hall, an African American Civil War Soldier. His story from slavery to soldier to freedom is told by his great great-granddaughter, Dianne Cross. She uses oral family history along with 19th century documents to tell this amazing story.”

April 9th, 2015 marked the 150th anniversary of one of the United States’ most historical moments—the conclusion of the Civil War. In honor of this significant part of our nation’s history, the Wilmington Drama League will be showing the musical production The Civil War the Musical, directed by Deb Johnson and musically directed by Caty Butler, from April 24th until May 3rd

The Civil War, nominated for a Tony Award for the Best Musical, draws on genuine historical letters, diaries, speeches and firsthand accounts of the war through the viewpoints of slaves, Union and Confederate soldiers, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Walt Whitman, and many others. In addition to blending a variety of styles of music including Gospel, Folk, Country, Rock, and Rhythm and Blues, this musical features authentic props and costumes from the Civil War era.

The Wilmington Drama League’s production of The Civil War is not only historically accurate, but it’s an entertaining way for your organization to learn about our nation’s history which is why we hope that you will consider using our production as a complement to your curriculum and encourage your team to come out to see this remarkable production.

Below are the show times for The Civil War as well as individual and group ticket prices.   If you plan to bring your team as a group, please contact Kathy Buterbaugh atkathy@wdleague.org or (302) 764-3396                                                                                       this way we can be sure to accommodate you with seating in the same section.http://wilmingtondramaleague.org/civil

Location: 10 West Lea Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19802                                                        Show Times:

 Friday April 24, 2015 8:00 pm
Saturday April 25, 2015 8:00 pm
Sunday April 26, 2015 2:00 pm
Thursday April 30, 2015** 8:00 pm
Friday May 1, 2015 8:00 pm
Saturday May 2, 2015 8:00 pm
Sunday May 3, 2015 2:00 pm

**This performance will feature a preshow concert by the Fort Delaware Cornet Band at 7:00 pm. Tickets:

Standard Adult $20
Student $17
Senior $17
Children (12 and under) $12
Groups of 10+ 10% Discount
Groups of 15+ 15% Discount
Groups of 25+ 25% Discount
Groups of 50+ 50% Discount

We hope to see you and your team at our theater for The Civil War!                                Thank you for your time and your service in Americas Armed Forces.

Sincerely,

Linwood Jackson, VP                                                                                                            Marketing and sales                                                                                                           Wilmington Drama League                                                  http://wilmingtondramaleague.org

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