WARSAW — A Juneteenth program and dinner is this weekend in Warsaw.
Join One Warsaw and the African and Black Leaders for Excellence (ABLE) employee resource group of Zimmer Biomet for a Juneteenth program and dinner celebrating the rich history and contributions of African-Americans. The event will be 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds’ Shrine Building, 1400 E. Smith St.
The program includes fellowship, activities and the following speakers: Retired community leader Joe Banks; Kosciusko Senior Services Executive Director David Neff; Warsaw Community Schools Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert; Count US IN Founder and President Jalyn Radziminski; and Zimmer Biomet’s Paul “PJ” Hardy.
The program is free to attend with sponsorship from Zimmer Biomet as part of the company’s commitment to supporting diversity and equity in the community.
For only $10 per person, participants may purchase a delicious dinner of pulled pork, macaroni and cheese and coleslaw provided by Big C’s BBQ & Catering. Register online at http://bit.ly/WarsawJuneteenth2021.
Capacity limits will be followed and prepaid dinner tickets will have priority.