Winston-Salem, NC – ScottCares Foundation based in North Carolina will host its 8th Annual ScottCares Step show Fri., Feb. 21st at 6:30 p.m. in Hanes Auditorium in Elberson Fine Arts Center. Doors open at 6: p.m.
This year’s show is themed “GO VOTE” and will feature organizations from WSSU, SALEM COLLEGE, LIVINGSTONE and others.
“This year’s theme was motivated by the new decade 2020, year of clear vision”, mentioned by Scott Abdul-Salaam president and founder of the ScottCares foundation. “I have invited NAACP, Democracy NC, the Mayor of Winston-Salem and others to help educate our young voters on the importance of voting.We will have a lot of first time voters in attendance that will be voting this year in the primary and general election and I believe we need to help them understand the impact of their vote”, said Scott Abdul-Salaam.
Tickets for the show are $10 for students, $12 in advance for the general public and $15 the day of the show. Advance tickets are available by calling SCF 336 525-1723 or visiting Tanisha Monique Cupcakes at 1318 N. Liberty Street, Winston Salem, NC or you can visit our sitewww.scottcaresnc.org and click on the event bright link. A portion of the proceeds from the Step show will benefit the ScottCares Foundation Scholarship fund. After party to follow step show with DJ SK in Bryant Hall.
TheScottCares Foundation is a Winston-Salem-based (501C3)nonprofit dedicated to embracing the Arts, while teaching and promoting computer literacy and technology. The ScottCares Foundation works to positively affects lives in the community through service projects, programing, fundraising and scholarships for college-bound high school seniors. www.ScottCaresNC.org
Founded in 1772, Salem College is the nation’s oldest continually operating institution for women, offering 35 undergraduate majors for women, coeducational graduate studies and programs for men and women ages 23 and over via the Fleer Center for AdultEducation.
Let’s continue to support our sponsors for this event: Tanisha Monique Cupcakes, NAACP, Democracy NC, Piedmont business capital, Posse, Prince Hall Masons, Gleaners and knights, T-Mobile, Triad Therapy, Salem College and WRLP. END#