Black History Month 2008

Sonya Toler, Executive Director of the Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs, presents the Susquehanna Folk Music Society with a Proclamation for Black History Month on behalf of Governor Rendell. The Governor's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs was a sponsor for the Carolina Chocolate Drops concert held at the Historical Society Museum in York, PA on February 17, 2008.

Sonya Toler of the GACAAA with SFMS-York Folk committee Sonya Toler of the GACAAA and Jess Hayden of Susquehanna Folk

Susquehanna Folk's Executive Director Jess Hayden receives the Proclamation from the Commission's Executive Directory Sonya Toler. Pictured with them above are Karen Hostetter (far left); Dom Flemens, Justin Robinson, and Rhiannon Giddens (the Carolina Chocolate Drops); and "York Folk" committee members Dana Henry, Mary Yeaple, and Ron Benenson.

 
 

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Funding Acknowledgments

logos: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Cultural Alliance of York County, Cultural Enrichment Fund

The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) is supported by our members and many generous organizations.

Funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Cultural Alliance of York County.

logo: National Endowment for the Arts logo: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts logo: CUltural Alliance of York County logo: CUltural Enrichment Fund