Here's the link: 2018 OUAA & OAAA Luncheon Sabbath Dinner Tickets
OUAA and the great OAKWOOD CLASS OF 76' are excited to announce a new scholarship targeting sophomores, juniors, and seniors called the Oakwood Class of 76' Multi-Year Scholarship! Click here for more info: www.oakwoodalumni.org/scholarships.html
Mission Wellness! A Free Community Back to School Health Fair event with the Oakwood University Alumni Association Orlando chapter leading out! Dan Smith, Pat Pates, Dr. Eric Moore and his daughter Chloe, Drs. Daniel & Lauren Bedney, Commissioner Ron Brise, Pastor Ken Unick, Jeffrey Williamson, and many more helped to make this special event successful. Great job Orlando Oakwood alumni!!
"God's Incredible Plans for Me: A Memoir of an Amazing Journey," written by Shirley C. Iheanacho (OU retiree) was recently released by Xulon Press and is available at amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, xulonpress.com, Kindle, and bookstores. Maybe after you've read the book, you could share a little something about it to encourage people to purchase it.
Our Aeolians of Oakwood University has just won the 70th Eisteddfod International Music Festival, in Llangollen, North Wales CHOIR OF THE WORLD Competition!! Congrats!!
As stated in Inside Oakwood: The first International Musical Eisteddfod was held in Llangollen in June 1947, the same year that Dr. Eva B. Dykes organized the first group Aeolians at Oakwood College.
In the following 70 years, the International Musical Eisteddfod and its celebration of "Peace and Harmony" has made it one of the world's great music festivals, which be gan with a vision that the ancient Welsh eisteddfod tradition could provide a means of healing the wounds of the Second World War, and help to promote lasting peace.
The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is not merely an annual festival promoted by one nation for international audiences, but a festival of music-making in which representatives of the peoples of other nations can take an active part. The competition is taking place at Llangollen, a picturesque North Wales town, within five hours' train journey from London. The winning choirs will become the custodians of a notable award, symbolic of international unity through the arts.
The Aeolians, under the direction of Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand, have been competing in this international music competition, July 3-9, 2017. While on the British Isles, the Aeolians have been performing at other venues in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
OUAA is launching a new chapter in London. Three of our officers Dr. Cynthia Powell-Hicks, Desmond Pierre-Louis, and Pat Pates tagged along with the Aeolians to help launch this chapter and enjoy the Aeolians as they represent our University with excellence.
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