By Special to the Daily World
Sisters of Today & Tomorrow (SOT) celebrates its third anniversary by honoring three men and three women, during a brunch fundraiser, Saturday, Oct. 1, 11a.m.-1p.m., at Paschal’s Restaurant, 180-B Northside Drive., S.W., in the Castleberry Hill section of Atlanta. The ticketed event is open to the public and will be hosted by Roger Bobb, CEO of Bobbcat Films, and Carla Morrison, founder/executive director of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow.
“Every year during our anniversary celebration, we do something a little different than the year before,” says Morrison, organizer of the event. “This year we are featuring soul singer Heston as well as honoring the men and women who have been significant supporters of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow.”
The honorees include: Dan Moore Sr., founder of APEX Museum; Greg Street of V103 FM; Paul Debnam of The Debnam Group; Shanti Das, CEO of Press Reset Entertainment; Georgia Rep. Alisha Thomas-Morgan and Mrs. Linda T. Eason, first lady of Big Bethel AME Church. The honorees will receive an award in the category of Empowerment, Inspiration and/or Motivation, respectively. For ticket information, call 404-319-2130 or pay online: http://www.paypal.com (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sisters of Today & Tomorrow (SOT) raises the consciousness of women and children through innovative programs that focus on self-esteem, education, health and fitness and careers/entrepreneurship.