ST. LOUIS, MO –Friday May 3rd Mentors in Motion presents their 2nd annual “Red Carpet Gala” celebrating the talents of local high school students. They have just ended a competition where the winning song has been selected out of thousands of submissions. The goal of these submissions was to spread a positive message to
inspire other students city-wide. The winning student of this competition will receive a five thousand dollar scholarship towards a college/university of their choice. The winner’s entire senior class will also receive designer jumpsuits, gifted and created by “Born Poor Live Rich”.
Mentors in Motion’s 2nd annual “ Red Carpet Gala” will take place May
3rd at Monastero Banquet Center on the campus of St. Louis University. The event will feature Dallas Holland as the keynote speaker. Following the keynote speaker, the winner of the competition will be awarded with their scholarship and their complementary music video will be shown to attendee’s. There will also be a presentation on what’s next for this positive organization.
Let’s make a big deal for the youth this Friday to honor, celebrate and support these high-school students who wish to see positive changes in their community. For more information about this event or Mentors in Motion’s, visit www.mentorsnmotion.org .
Mentors In Motion (MIM) is a non-profit organization strengthening the community by mentoring at risk youth aged 11 -17 years in the St Louis Metropolitan area. Using tools such as music, technology, career development, healthcare assessments/education, and current curricular assistance. MIM youth participants are not only equipped with life skills that assure their avoidance in the criminal justice system but tools that ensure a brighter future full of positive decisions!
Tickets are available here via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mentors-in-motion-2nd-annual-red-carpet-event-tickets-60422269635
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