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Zina Diaz, Sydnie Johnson and Payten Johnson attended Make Music NOLA’s 10-year anniversary celebration. The event was held virtually, and participants had the opportunity to stream live performances and speeches by T-Ray the Violinist, Tucker Fuller, Givonna Joseph, Regina Carter, Matt Rhody and Make Music NOLA students. 

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Trenton Thomas, Olivia Msemaji, Geordan Rogers and Tucker Fuller performed for a live, virtual audience during Make Music NOLA’s 10-year anniversary celebration in November 2020. Proceeds from the event went towards Make Music NOLA’s mission to provide full scholarship music instruction to local students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch. 

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Nasir Monette played the violin during Make Music NOLA’s 10th anniversary celebration in November 2020. The virtual event was hosted by DJ Brice Nice, DJ Butterscotch and Garrett McQueen, and sponsored by Fidelity Bank, Martin Insurance, Coughlin-Saunders Foundation and Levy and Associates. 

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Joe, Kahzi, Nasir and Ayanna Monette celebrated Make Music NOLA’s 10th anniversary. In addition to live streamed performances, attendees were treated to a raffle and speeches from Board Chair Fred Neal Jr., Executive Director Laura Patterson and Make Music NOLA Founder James Blachly. 

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Aimee McCarron and Brittany Whitsell Chaired the Young Leadership Council’s “Proud to Call it Home Virtual Gala,” held in October 2020 to celebrate community, resiliency and togetherness in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic.  

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“Role models” Terrance Osborne, Melissa Sawyer, Gary Solomon Sr., Connie and Mark Uddo and Erica Washington, were highlighted during the YLC’s 2020 “Proud to Call it Home Gala,” a month-long virtual event held in October.

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Julia Bland, Henry and Karen Coaxum, Michael Hecht and Bivian “Sonny” Lee III participated as “role models,” in the Young Leadership Council’s “Proud to Call it Home Virtual Gala,” celebrating 34 years of the YLC. 

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Garden flags created by the Young Leadership Council encouraged New Orleanians to show their pride during the COVID-19 pandemic and help celebrate their “Proud to Call it Home Gala.” This virtual event honored past role models by telling their stories and hearing their reflections, an art auction, and a raffle of gift cards to local restaurants.  

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Academy of the Sacred Heart Headmistress Sr. Melanie Guste, RSCJ (center) poses with Christine Lejeune (left) and Celeste Lopez (right), the Co-Chairs of the “Viva ASH Vegas Auction and Casino Night” fundraiser, held in November 2020 in the school’s front courtyard.  

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Academy of the Sacred Heart Class Creation Co-Chairs Renee Hulefield and Leslie Lindley presented some of the silent auction items created by students for the schools’ “Viva ASH Vegas Auction and Casino Night” fundraiser.

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Academy of the Sacred Heart Solicitation Committee Co-Chairs Angelle Guidry and Aarti Pais showed off silent auction items in the Sacred Heart courtyard during the school’s “Viva ASH Vegas Auction and Casino Night” fundraiser.

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Guests arrived at the Academy of the Sacred Heart’s “Viva ASH Vegas Auction and Casino Night,” a drive-through fundraiser, featuring delicious to-go meals, a silent auction and game prizes.

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