2021 Children’s Supercluster March 2021
MLK Day of Leadership and Service: This event was a full day of virtual training for Children ages 2 -19. The event included an Oratorical Competition track, two workshops, and a virtual service project.
On December 17, 2020, the Knoxville Chapter had an early Kwanza celebratoin in a very special and unique way. The Knoxville Chapter centered around one of the Kwanza principles, Ujima – which means collective work and responsibility. This event served 31 underserved Knoxville families with fresh fruits and vegetables for the holiday season.
On Saturday, Ocotber 17, the Knoxville Chapter had a combined activity with the age groups and came together for an event that was entitled “Fishing for Us: A Celebration of African Americans and the Great Outdoors: Fishing 101 and Driviing Tour.”
On October 19, 2020, the Knoxville Chapter presented schools supplies to Maynard Elementary School. These supplies were gathered and collected by the chapter children and hand delivered to Principal Dexter Murphy.
On Saturday, September 12, 2020, the Knoxville Chapter celebrated Jack and Jill Family/Carole Roberston Day with a virtual celebration called the “Art of Family.” Each family was given an opportunity to create an an expression of art that physically represented their “family.”