NANBPWC Toledo Club Talent Night
Special to The Truth
The Toledo Club of the National Association of Negro
Business and Professional Women's Club Inc held its Creative
Expressions Talent Competitions on Monday at Rogers High
School , 222 McTique Drive , Toledo, Ohio at 6:00. Admission
was Free and open to the public.
The 21 participants were senior Debutantes who are
participating in the 2019 NANBPWC Cotillion Scholarship
Program. The Deb's N Waiting and escorts also participated
with props and set-up while serving as hosts and hostesses.
Talent show participants were high school students from the
Toledo area schools who are seniors.
Their talents were:
Jordyn Faulkner - Science Experiment; Paris Sims- Praise
Dance; Makenzie Cleveland - Violin Solo; Lauren Baker-
Origibal Spoken Word; D"Asia Gover- Kata Boxing, Whitney
Hudges- Vocal; Damiah Wade-Spoken Word; Taysia
Mathis-Ballet; Cincere Blackburn -Original Spoken Word;
Faith Rogers- Praise Dance; Choioe' Smallwood- vocal solo
with American Sign Language; Sapphire Holston- Spoken Word;
Jasmyne Brown- Spoken Word; Alexi Moore- Spoken Word;
DeAsia Neal- Piana, Deviana Estis- Spoken Word; Kiyana
Rome-Praise Dance; Kiara Gowdy- Spoken Word; K'Allie Riley
-Praise Dance and Jasmine Fox- Spoken Word.
Debutantes and Deb's N Waiting wore blue ribbons and club
members dressed in blue in honor of the fight against child
abuse during the month of April.
Creative Talent Expressions Talent co-chairmen were Deborah
Carlisle and Beverly Tucker. The Talent Committee consisted
of Wilma Brown- Cotillion Chairman; Karen Jarrett; Dennis
Jarrett; Denise Cardwell; Larry Cardwell; Frances Collins,
PhD and Denise Black-Poon.
Winners of the talent show will be announced at the
Debutantes Cotillion Scholarship Program that will be held
on Saturday, May 26, 2019 at the Great Hall of the Stranahan
Theatre , 4645 Heatherdowns Blvd.