Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Sinfon-Nia Youth Orchestra featured in 1st Annual Black Veterans Virtual Ball

Frontline Community Services, Inc./VET 22 Program, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in metro-Atlanta, Georgia will host the first-ever Black Veterans Virtual Ball to honor veterans of African ancestry.  The affair will be aired on Saturday, February 27, 2021, 7:00 PM on social media platforms at

Notable talent to include Ken Ford "King of Strings", UniverSoul Circus' Casual Cal, Sinfo-Nia Youth Orchestra and Cambridge Academy students will present a national salute to our veterans.  The history of these African American veterans is not sufficiently taught and is seldom recognized, resulting in omission of their contributions and service to this country.  This event highlights how African American veterans singlehandedly or as part of their various military units, helped safeguard the United States and its Allies in the past and present.

Our 1st Annual Black Veterans Virtual Ball will celebrate the unselfish resolve of African American veterans who answered the call to serve America when needed, at the risk of family hardship, extreme injury, and the ultimate sacrice of loss of life.

If you would like to help us provide programs that can help homeless veterans with job training programs and other needed assistance, please contribute at

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