The AACC Positive sisters program was founded in 2010 to promote self-esteem, critical thinking skills, positive decision making and communication skills among girls ages 10 to 17. The group, mentored by AACC Board Chair Paulette S. Counts, meets every Wednesday at the center, 350 Masten Avenue. Membership is free and open to all girls in the city of Buffalo.
A mentor program designed to promote self-esteem, critical thinking skills, positive decision making and communications skills among girls ages 10 to 17. Participants learn to express feelings and emotions in journals and engage in fund raising and civic activities.
Afternoon Tea Social is a fund-raising event, that was hosted by the young ladies of AACC Positive Productive Sisters (PPS), it feature performances by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Clara Quartet, violinist Henri Muhammed and the children of his Muhammed School of Music, in celebration of African contributions to classical music.
The menu includes a variety of traditional finger sandwiches, healthy treats, and select teas and coffees from African countries.
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