Back-to-School Jamboree continues to support the Community
SAN ANTONIO – The Claude W. Black Center Advisory Board, in cooperation with healing souls, Inc., held its annual Back-to-School Jamboree at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 2.
organizations, with assistance from District 2, community partners, corporate entities, community members and volunteers, distributed more than 500 backpacks filled with school supplies to local students.
Additionally, families had the opportunity to receive free resource information from 30 vendors, health screenings from University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio (UTHSCSA) medical students, school uniforms from The Prophetic Voice of Elijah Worship Center, and the opportunity to register to vote provided by the Prince Hall Shriners of Moussa Temple No. 106.
Before being handing their backpacks, the children and their families were treated to a hotdog luncheon.
Special thanks to the following major sponsors and organizations: H-E-B, healing souls, Inc., Amerigroup,WellCare, Frost Bank, Selrico, Rosemary Catering, RK Group, San Antonio Zulu Association, Half Price Books, Popeyes, Family Services Association, Noble Gentlemen of San Antonio, Moussa Temple No. 106, and others.
The Claude W. Black Community Center is a staple on San Antonio’s Eastside and offers programs to assist community members in need.
The Back-to-School Jamboree, along with others events hosted throughout the year, is the Claude W. Black Center Advisory Board’s way of accomplishing its mission of enhancing life, one family at a time.
For more information on programs offered, call (210) 207-5236, or visit their Facebook page: Claude W. Black Center Advisory Board.