Government House Celebrates African Heritage Month with Youth Panel

first_img Kayla Fells, Yarmouth, Theatre and Costume Studies student at Kings College and aspiring entrepreneur Jasmine Hudson, Cherry Brook, Halifax Regional Municipality, student, Schulich School of Law Dalhousie University Lindell Smith, Halifax, co-founder of CentreLine Studios Alvero Wiggins, Halifax, program co-ordinator of Hope Blooms and St. George’s YouthNet. The panel is part of the Lieutenant Governor’s Evenings at Government House free public event series which celebrates civic and cultural excellence in the province. To register for the panel e-mail [email protected] or call 424-7001. Visit http://lt.gov.ns.ca, or call 424-7001 for more information. Four young African Nova Scotians will share their insights on youth leadership and community engagement at a panel discussion at Government House, 1451 Barrington St., Halifax on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. The panel will be moderated by Mayann Francis, former lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia and the first African Nova Scotian to hold the position. “Mrs. Grant and I invite the public to join us in celebrating African Heritage Month at Government House with youth leaders who are making a difference in our communities,” said Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant. Panelists include:last_img read more