2018 Moton Community Banquet

Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 6:00 p.m.
Longwood Health & Fitness Center

The Moton Museum invites you to our seventh annual Moton Community Banquet. This night brings together all members of our community to recognize our donors and to honor our local civil rights history when the courage and sacrifices of young people and their families expanded equality for all Americans.

This year our keynote speaker will be Mrs. Nadine Marsh-Carter. Mrs. Marsh-Carter is the daughter of the Honorable Henry Marsh, one of the lawyers in the Griffin v. County School Board of Prince Edward, and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Children’s Home Society of Richmond. She is also a former member of the Richmond City School Board and a community advocate.

Show your support for the Banquet by

  • becoming a sponsor
  • purchasing a table,
  • purchasing an individual ticket
  • advertising in our souvenir

If you would like to advertise in our souvenir program, become a sponsor, or purchase a table, then please contact Sherre Atkins, Guest Services Manager at 434.315.8775 (ext.6) or stop by the museum for a visit. If you would like to purchase an individual ticket, then you can do so through our Eventbrite page.

Purchase Individual Tickets at Eventbrite

 

 

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