Tallahassee starts Black History Month at the very beginning. On Tuesday, 2-1 at 9 in the morning, you can find the Black History Month Festival's kickoff reception at the U.S. Post Office on South Adams Street. The Guest speaker for the event will be Florida Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll, in a salute to Black Female elected officials. Other Events will be held throughout the month.
February starts Black History Month across the nation.On Thursday 2-3, high school students and parents will be given a rare look into the college admission process by FSU Undergraduate Admissions Director, Janice Finney. It's the second workshop in the Essentials of College Admissions, held from 7 to 9 Thursday night in the Brokaw McDougall House. College hopefuls can learn basics about the admission process, including how to get into their dream school, what they're looking for and when to apply.
Second Harvest and Star Metro want you to Stuff-the-Bus....with food, The ninth annual food drive benefits Second Harvest's Backpack Program, that gives food to underprivileged school children. Their wish lists include peanut butter, soups, canned fruits and veggies, and other nutritionally packed foods that kids can bring for school lunches. Buses will come around to specific locations to collect the food. For more information, click on the following to go to their website:Stuff-the Bus!
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