San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation
San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, your community foundation bridging the gap between cultures and Generations. Come join us to make San Bernardino an all American city again.
The San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, Inc., will be hosting its 26th Annual Black Rose & Humanitarian of the Year Community Service Award Banquet on September 11, 2015.
Early Bird Tickets $65.00 on sale starting now until August 20, 2015
Regular Ticket Sales $75 on sale August 21, 2015 to September 11, 2015
Table of 10 at $700.00
The San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, Inc, is in the process of
preparing for its 26th Annual Black Rose and Humanitarian of the Year
Community Service Award Banquet, which takes place in September.
We are now accepting applications for potential nominations. If you know
of someone that is an unsung hero deserving to be recognized for
volunteer efforts over and above job related activities, please take the
time to complete the attached application. In addition, this year’s
awards banquet will be having a special award in honor of our emergency
respond teams/individuals in recognition of 9/11. If you aware of a
group/individual deserving of such an award, please take the time to
fill a nomination form.
THE DEADLINE DATE FOR NOMINATIONS IS JULY 31, 2015. Applications can be download here.
The San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, Inc.
P. O. Box 7288
San Bernardino, CA 92411
If you would like more information about this event or to schedule an
interview with Troy Ingram or Mrs. Margret Hill or becoming a San
Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, Inc., member please contact Evelyn
Garcia at (909) 888-1696
Miss Black San Bernardino 2015
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2015 Miss Black San Bernardino and her court
2nd runner up Bashirah Arogundade from Cajon High School, Queen Desiree McKenzie from Summit High School, 1st runner up Janeice Midgett from Arroyo Valley High School, 3rd runner up Ayanna Hamilton from Cajon High School.
Pastor Turner, Joyce Payne Senior Queen and Mansie Booker Senior King
2014 Miss Black San Bernardino
SAN BERNARDINO BLACK CULTURE FOUNDATION 2014 SENIOR KING & QUEEN
2014 Miss Black San Bernardino And Her Court
Noelle Lilley, Queen (Left); Leanna Pollard, 1st Runner Up (middle); and Bobbie McFerson, 2nd Runner Up (right)