BUFFALO, N.Y. — Join The National Federation for Just Communities of Western New York, Inc. for Breakfast and a "Community Conversation" with Ms. Virginia Walden Ford, the woman behind the critically acclaimed Moving Picture Institute feature film, "Miss Virginia". This "Community Conversation" takes place Saturday, March 28th 10am-12pm at Antonio's Banquet & Conference Center (7708 Niagara Falls Blvd) in Niagara Falls.
The motion picture "Miss Virginia" is inspired by the story of Virginia Walden Ford, a struggling single mother from a low-income neighborhood in Washington, DC. Virginia Walden Ford fought to create a scholarship program for her at-risk son and children like him.
Come and listen as Virginia Walden Ford retells her inspiring story, watch clips from the film and enjoy a free breakfast. In addition Community Awards will be given to Niagara Falls Chapter of the Links, Inc. Niagara Falls OG Cruisers, and Jasiah Jackson, Senior at Niagara Falls High School.
Space is limited - Registration is required for this event -- Click Here to register.
There will also be a screening of the the entire film "Miss Virginia", Friday, March 27th at 6:30pm at the Harry F. Abate Elementary School located at 1625 Lockport St. Niagara Falls, NY 14305. Click Here to register to attend the FREE screening.
This community event is sponsored by National Federation for Just Communities of WNY, WGRZ, Niagara County and Antonio's Banquet & Conference Center.