In a world where hatred seems to be prevalent today, knowing that organizations are devoting themselves towards breaking down those barriers and building awareness towards a common goal is very promising.
On Saturday, February 27, 2016, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at G-Star School of the Arts, one of the most highly-respected and innovative high schools in the entire nation, the Hatfields & McCoys Foundation will be throwing a shindig like none other. Slip into those country clogs and dust off your cowboy hat. This is an event all about unity and love, a benefit to raise funds to make it happen.
Judy Hatfield, founder of the foundation, lives by the belief that it is possible to peel away fear and hatred, the one factor that separates people all too often. Reconciliation among even the most vicious enemies is a goal worth striving towards. This not-for-profit organization is looking forward to sharing their vision and their dream on February 27 at G-Star High School located at 2030 South Congress Avenue in Palm Springs, Florida.
G-Star School of the Arts has produced some of the brightest talent, infusing the entertainment world with more magic and inventive ideas. Located on the grounds of the school is a commercial motion picture studio, making G-Star School the largest film production studio in South Florida, as it stretches 110,000 square feet. Even more impressive than that, five of their students have worked with or been given awards by the President Of The United States within the last two years. G-Star School of the Arts has raised the bar for greatness upon graduation.
So what do you have to look forward to at this amazing shindig that will be taking place? The afternoon will be filled with activities including square dancing, photo booths, Planet RV tours, facepainting, Bike America demos, food trucks, Great Gold bars, live music with Kat Yarbrough along with Cecilia Lauren & the Ocoee River Band, chances to taste test snacks and drinks, country dancing, MyJamTV.com interview opportunities and plenty of shopping. Shop for hats, boots, kitchen items and more. Transmedia Group will be conducting model and talent castings. Your favorite local radio stations will also be on hand including 97.9 FM WRMF and 103.1 WIRK Country Radio.
Entry fee is $15 for adults and children under 12 get in free.
So break down those walls and open your heart. Bring your family and friends because the bigger the crowd, the more achievable the mission becomes. Embrace each other with respect and friendship. We can all assist in finding palliative remedies to the prejudice that separates people, and, once and for all, end the fears and hatreds that catapult into violence and ultimately result in innocent deaths.