|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on April 28, 2011 at 12:14 PM||comments (0)|
Sending a special thanks to Nate Rich, DJ Cue, Andrea Kinch, Keishia Ford-Hurst, Chiazor Nwabude, Nancy Reeves-Murray of Anointed Photography, Elite Praise and Phi Beta Sigma. Below are your winners.
Mentor of the Year Kelcey Culpepper
Member of the Year Marjani Edwards
Raquan Campbell Memorial Award Jarred Graham
Lisa Edwards Memorial Award Cierra Wilson
Most Tickets Sold Daijah Torrae
1st Place Talent D'vonte Hampton
2nd Place Talent Elegant Egos
3rd Place Talent Carla Paige
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on March 18, 2011 at 11:07 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on February 28, 2011 at 5:58 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on February 22, 2011 at 5:56 PM||comments (1)|
A message from Mrs. Tanya Edwards-Lead Mentor, CCC
LISTEN UP ALL MY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. I PRAY THAT U ARE PAYING ATTENTION TO ALL THE CHANGES THAT ARE BEING MADE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THE 'HOPE SCHOLARSHIP'... IF U ARE DEPENDING ON HOPE THEN HIT THEM BOOKS YOUR GPA REQUIREMENT IS NOW 3.7 SAT SCORE 1200 ACT26 TO GET JUST 90% OF HOPE SO GET YOUR WRITING SKILLS UP & FILL OUT ALL SCHOLARSHIP APPS FOR THOSE WHO FALL UNDER 3.0-3.5. LET'S GO!!!!!
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on February 22, 2011 at 12:34 AM||comments (1)|
Saving Generations would like to send Gabby a shout out. She is one of the only Freshman at Osborne High School who has been recognized as an outstanding student in science and is on her way to regionals tomorrow. Group Hug Gabby and our thoughts and well wishes are with you. Believe in yourself as we believe in you! There are always spiritual and emotional kisses kiddo. Just look for them all around you if your moral lessens. Think about all of your sisters and mentors of the CUTIES and know that everything is A-OK!
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on February 17, 2011 at 10:06 AM||comments (0)|
As members of United Way 211, Cobb Community Collaborative and Cobb Chamber of Commerce, Saving Generations will partake in the Shoe Box Initiative. What we are asking is that everyone get all of their old shoe boxes and fill the up with toiletries for those who are homeless. Please don't let this opportunity slip by. Saving Generations (especially the Cobb County CUTIES, Inc division) is very near and dear to this program. We have gone out on service hours and donate time with a local shelter for mother's and their children and the stories we heard were heart wrenching. So please give us a hand. Remember, it could have been us. Many of us are a step or two away from being in a similar situation so please, lend a hand and spread the word to your friends, co-workers, schools, churches, etc. Our goal is to collect 150 boxes. *Just like the Community Wide Talent Show we are hosting in April....let this be a community wide collaborative. Please support the youth and our endeavours. Feel free to call with any questions or conerns 678 785-PATH (7284)
*If you are unable to donate the items in your shoe box but still would like to help, please submit a donation by cicking on the Make A Donation Button or call to mail it in.
(Flyer Created By Brittney Griffin-Gilbert)
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on February 5, 2011 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
Please contact Saving Generations 678 785-7284
Tickets are availbe through any member of Saving Generations.
$6.00 pre-sale $8.00 with student id @ the door $10.00 otherwise
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on December 24, 2010 at 1:50 AM||comments (0)|
As of January 18, 2011, Saving Generations will be apart of Marietta Middle School's weekly schedule. On Tues and Thurs selected students will participate in this life-changing pilot program. Thank you Dr. Jones and Mrs. Roll for believing in the well-being of your students; as well as, believing in the efforts of Saving Generations. We are excited about the partnership.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on December 12, 2010 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
The young ladies and Mentors of the Cobb County CUTIES completed their December service work @ the Atlanta Union Mission. The organization volunteered their time with he children whose ages ranged from infant-15 years of age. It was an experience that we will never forget. After our service work we were blessed with a Christmas toy give away program that was run by the AKA of Spelman & Alpha Phi Alpha of Morehouse.
More photos under the photos link.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on November 23, 2010 at 8:15 AM||comments (2)|
Looking for singers, rappers, steppers, dancers, poets, etc. ages 8-19 who believe they have talent. All music must be clean versions. More information will come as program develops. It will be on Saturday, April 23, 20111 at the Cobb Civic Center. Auditions for talent will be held in January and February at local schools to be announced. This preliminary post is being made to see if you would be interested in participating in the the talent ...and/or fashion show. All proceeds will go to Saving Generations. — Danice Wilson Founder