MORENO VALLEY, CA— The California Democratic Party African American Caucus (CDPAAC) will host a “Family Reunion Project” to bring the Black and African American community together for educational purposes surrounding Get Out The Vote (GOTV), Voter Registration, Community Outreach, Community Resources, establish a Political Database, and Increase Membership of each organization represented by the Coalition. Organizers are anticipating 100-200 guests for a fun and informative experience. The event is scheduled for August 31, 2013 at Celebration Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a stage area available in the park for entertainment and focus purposes.
The entertainment will be informational speakers, including local Politicians, Pastors, Dignitaries, representatives of Social Service agencies and organizations, members of the African American Caucus, Business Owners, the National Congress Negro Women, the National Council Black Women, the local chapters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Cops and Clergy Representatives, Area Fraternity and Sorority chapters, Young Black Contractors Association, as well as local DJs who can be instrumental in getting out the youth vote.
Free food and drinks will be offered. However, families are encouraged to bring their own food and park recreational items. No vendors are allowed. Celebration Park is located at 4965 Morgan Avenue, Moreno Valley, CA 92555. For more information or to co-sponsor the event, contact Black Caucus Regional Director 13, Denise Fleming at 951-259-2581 or Director over RDs, Renea Wickman at 909-567-0222.