Tomas (Dr. Tom Pinkson) is the man! A shaman and a renowned psychologist, he is a most inspirational writer and workshop leader. I am distributing his WorldLovebracelets and his Heart Opening song/chant: I AM A SACRED WORTHY LUMINOUS BEING/ I AM LOVE AND LOVE IS FOR GIVING in a cd format. Later, I will be promoting his excellent book: Fruitful Aging: Finding the Gold in the Golden Years leads the reader to creative approaches for harvesting the labor and lessons of a lifetime. Each chapter dives deeper into exploring the universe within and leads the way to re-visioning what it means to be not only mature in years – but Golden! Thanks Tomas!
AHC's "25 Years of Loving Our Community" Gala Awardees
November 15, 2014, 6PM-10PM
Location: Scott's Seafood Pavilion, 2 Broadway, Oakland, CA
Special Super Hero Awards to: Belva Davis, Paul Cobb,
Dr. Tom Pinkson & Steve A. Jones
Oakland, CA, October 24 2014 - the Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. would like to invite the public to attend its "25 Years of Loving Our Community" Gala! The celebration will honor local community heroes with a Super Hero Award for their outstanding dedication for change and community service work.
The Awardees for this year's Super Hero Awards are Belva Davis, Journalist and Trailblazer, Paul Cobb, Editor & Owner of Oakland Post Newsgroup, Dr. Tom Pinkson, Author and Founder of the Wakan Community and Steve A. Jones, Educator and co-owner of Plantain Studios. The Gala will take place on November 15, 2014 from 6PM to 10PM at Scott's Seafood Pavilion in Jack London Square.
The "25 Years Loving Our Community" Gala will be a night of commemoration and celebration including a banquet, open bar, silent auction, raffle, youth speakers, and a live band. Registration for tickets is open now and the public can reserve a spot to join us on this landmark of a night.
Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHC), a non-profit organization located in West Oakland, was founded in 1989. Our mission is to empower individuals to be self-aware and inspired through the arts, creativity, and education, making positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities. In its 25 years, AHC has created powerful and award-winning engagement programs and projects, such as ArtEsteem, which has developed student literacy, leadership, and artistic skill in more than 67 Oakland public schools.
Sponsorships and tickets are still open. Sponsors will be honored for their generous contributions through distinguished and personalized acknowledgement. We will continue to call out to and thank all supporters for their donations and support. To help AHC continue its work, learn about becoming a sponsor, or purchase tickets for the Gala (please click here), visit our website at www.ahc-oakland.org or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also be reached by telephone at (510)652-5530.