The event will be hosted by Latoyia Edwards of NECN and feature Governor Charlie Baker as Girls Inc.’s 2016 Honoree.
From Girls Inc. of Lynn –
Girls Inc. of Lynn will host its 28th Annual Celebration Luncheon on April 14, 2016 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston North Shore to honor the achievements of its girls and supporters of Girls Inc. in the past year.
Community leaders from the North Shore and Boston along with hundreds of Girls Inc. patrons will attend the Celebration Luncheon hosted by special guest Latoyia Edwards, NECN’s morning news anchor. The organization is pleased to announce its 2016 honoree, Governor Charlie Baker who, along with his wife, Lauren has been a friend and supporter of Girls Inc. for several years.
The organization will also honor four of its young women who have been awarded Girls Inc. National Scholarships and Girl Hero Scholarships. The scholarship recipients will take the stage to share their personal experiences and how Girls Inc. has prepared them to take the next step in fulfilling their dreams.
“This is always a special time of year for Girls Inc.,” expressed Deb Ansourlian, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Lynn. “We are excited to celebrate our girls and honor Governor Charlie Baker, a longtime friend of Girls Inc., as our 2016 Strong, Smart and Bold recipient.”
A number of sponsorship opportunities are available and welcomed by registering at http://girlsinclynn.org/news/celebration-luncheon/. All proceeds from the Luncheon will help Girls Inc. of Lynn continue to provide a pro-girl, safe and supportive environment where young girls will be inspired to become the next generation of Strong, Smart and Bold women leaders.
Girls Inc. of Lynn is a non-profit organization based in Lynn, Massachusetts, and an affiliate of the national Girls Inc. model. Girls Inc. of Lynn aims to inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold by meeting the needs of girls in the community, developing girls’ capacity to overcome the effects of discrimination and be self sufficient, responsible members of the community. By providing girls aged 5-18 with after-school and summer programs tailored to their needs, Girls Inc. of Lynn has served as a vigorous advocate for all girls in the surrounding North Shore communities since 1940.