Social Lites, Inc. Beautillion Begins 2019-2020 Session

Social Lites, Inc. Beautillion Begins 2019-2020 Session

San Bernardino

Social Lites, Inc. of San Bernardino has launched its 53rd Beautillion Scholarship 2019-2020 program.  Beautillion Chairperson Tina Darling said, “It’s not too late for young men seeking scholarship opportunities in addition to being mentored by leaders in the community to participate in this fabulous program.” The Beautillion Scholarship Program is designed to recognize and honor young men in the inland region who are striving to attain greater accomplishments in academic achievements and life. The program provides opportunities for young men to participate in various seminars and workshops on a range of important topics from Planning/Goal Setting to Cultural Proficiency, Social Justice and Self Determination.  They also have an opportunity to attend a Black College Expo. For more than 50 years the Social Lites, Inc. of San Bernardino, a group of women from various professions, have continuously dedicated themselves to mentoring and supporting youth in the Inland Empire Community.  During this year’s opening session community leaders Dr. Rose Culpper and Bessine Little, City Councilwoman for the 6th Ward shared their wisdom, mentorship and encouragement with program participants. Beautillion meetings are held at the the Center for Youth & Community Development (formerly Boys and Girls Club of San Bernardino) located at 1180 W. 9th Street, San Bernardino.  For more information contact chairperson, Tina Darling at tribicu2@msn.com, President Lisa Blacksher at lisasocialities@gmail.com or Business Manager Bettye Brewster at bettyebrewster@yahoo.com.

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