BY: Art Campomanes Staff Writer for World Liberty TV
The Renaissance Movement of Southeast Queens. It is a rebirth community pride, a better quality of life for residents, beautification of our community and to help the small businesses to prosper and thrive. We want safer streets, better looking neighborhoods and we need you to help us to transform the community.
The Southeast Queens Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Renaissance Ball, where proceeds go towards holiday lighting along these forgotten depressed streets and in the spring, flower baskets to adorn our old wooden lampposts.
So you can be an honoree and have a table of ten or you can take 2 tickets. Either way we are grateful for your assistance in joining the Renaissance and will offer you complimentary membership in the SEQ Chamber of Commerce as well as a listing in the printed business directory. Thank you. See you the Ball!
Here at SEQCOC, we are dedicated to helping you prosper in business as well as to improve the quality of life for residents of Southeast Queens as we beautify our community, clean up our streets.
We were formed to meet your needs for business growth and revitalization in the SEQ communities. Our most important win is making you a happier, more prosperous, life-long member.
TOGETHERNESS: Bringing our community together through serving others. Strengthening the businesses, families, residents and youth of our community. Beautifying our communities’ streets. Making a difference for a better quality of life for us all. Join Us. Together We Can.
CHANGE: Change is all about taking the first step. We want to take the first step in changing the community for the better. In doing so we want to help business strive and succeed. In turn our community will grow and change.
EDUCATION:Education is the corner stone of being successful. We are educating every young business on how to grow and flourish.
The following were honored at The Queens Renaissance Ball -2019: Council Member Adrienne E. Adams, Merlene and Molino Sotillo of the Sickle Cell Awareness Foundation, Oma Deonarine Court Attorney , Raquel Reeves Teacher, Detective Tanya Duhaney, Ms.Mikerleen Shana Bournes, Correction Department, Bryan D. White, President & CEO, Thomas White Jr, Foundation, Gloria Braxton, The Watercolorist, Dion Clarke, Artist, Yaw Mfoni, Artist, Alfred Addo, Artist, Karim Chambers, Artist, Solwazi Afi olusola, Bibi Ali, Missionary Worker, Latishia Monique Logan Towles, Classical Musician, Selvena Brooks-Powers , Activist, Nantasha Williams, Human Rights Fighter, Dr. Monica Sanchez, Organizer of Caricom Pageant, Onica Philips CaveVP of Carver Federal Savings Bank, Brandon Hicks, office of Governor Andrew Cuomo, Annmarie Medica, Co-Host 1240 AM WGBB Radio Station, Sonia Thompson, Associate Real Estate Broker, Reverend Emmanuel Asse, Derosette Harrison, President of The Epsilon Pi Omega Chapter of Queens, Marsha Guerrier, CEO Women on The Rise inc, Sharon Devonish Leid, CEO Netstruc PR and Paster Owen E.Williams of St Mark Missionary Baptist Church.
Close to 200 people were attendance, live music, buffet style dinner with desserts, live entertainment, all headed by Rev.Dr .Simone Lord, President of the South East Queens Chamber of Commerce.