Come out for some baseball fun at Huntington Park. Log on to joycolumbus.com to get an exclusive deal for a family of 6.
Hope to see you there!
After a successful boxing event with my girl empowerment program over the weekend, it was pretty cool to catch the movie premiere of Hands of Stone last night at AMC Lennox.
This film chronicles the challenges and successes of Panamanian boxer, Roberto Duran, one of the memorable fighters in the 70’s- 80’s. The legendary Robert DeNiro stars in the film, along with Edgar Rameriez and Usher.
This movie has a bit of everything…you’ll get a history lesson on the relationship between Panama and the U.S., the influence of the mob and the sport of boxing, the importance of doing what you love even if it’s costs you your life and how a true fighter can never really lose.
If you love boxing and good acting, you will enjoy this flim.
COLUMBUS, OH MAY 20, 2016:
WHO: Mayor Andrew Ginther, Radio One Columbus, Columbus Parks and Recreations
WHAT: A press conference, walkathon and balloon release to commemorate National Wear Orange Daywill convene to address the issues impacting gun violence in our community. Attendees, whom we encourage to wear orange, will join together for a walkathon as a public display of solidarity on this critical issue.
WHEN: 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, 2016
WHERE: The press conference will be held outside of Pure Elegance Hair Salon, 1544 Lockbourne Road Columbus, Oh 43207; marching to Deshler Park at 1368 E. Deshler Avenue, Columbus, OH
Register for a Free T-Shirt To March with Us below
WHY: This event is the first of its kind in the Central Ohio area. The National Gun Violence Awareness Day Event: National Gun Violence Awareness Day (Wear Orange Day) was created with the goal of pulling the community together to take a unified stand against gun violence. Mayor Andrew Ginther, Radio One Public Affairs Director/ Joy 107.1 Mid-Day host Yaves Ellis, Misty Jordan of Magic 95.5, Radio Operations Manager Big Bink Turner of Power 107.5, City Newws of Boom 106.3, and community leaders will speak to the recent rise of gun violence in the community and discuss how we can come together to put an end to it. Attendees are asked to wear orange. Immediately following our speakers, we will march to Deshler Park for a balloon release in remembrance of those who were victims of gun violence.
I worked for Columbus Parks and Recreation in my early twenties, so I understand the impact it has on the community.
Come celebrate the re-opening of Douglas Community Center tomorrow. I will be there at 1p. Stop by the Joy 107.1 table to see what prizes you can win.
This is a FREE event! I hope to see you there.