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Khigh Rondel Stephens Memorial Scholarship Fund Inc; Will host its 16th Annual Awards Program 'A Sunday Brunch' Featuring Live Entertainment!!!

Khigh Rondel Stephens

The Khigh Rondel Stephens Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc.; will hosting its 16th annual awards program, ‘A Sunday Brunch,” featuring live music, on Sunday, June 11, 2017, 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM, located at the Pines Manor, 2087 Lincoln Highway (Rte. 27), Edison, New Jersey, 08817, from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM. 

Come out and enjoy an afternoon of celebrating the best and brightest central Jersey College-bound students, a delicious brunch prepared by the Pines Manor along with live entertainment. 

Appearing live will be a special performance by jazz saxophonist Duke Guillaume, performing his brand of gospel jazz and some original tunes from his new CD “Power Of Praise”, also performing will be up and coming teen vocalist Briannagh D.

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Ticket prices are $60.00, vendors will also be on hand. The Stephens Family along with the Law Firm of Thomas E, Hood established The KRS Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc., in January 2000. 

The fund was created to commemorate the memory of Khigh Rondel Stephens, who was a passenger in a fatal automobile accident on January 4, 1998. 

Khigh was an active member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church and an honors graduate of the New Brunswick High School class 1997. At the time of his death he was an eminent student at Clark Atlanta University. 

To keep his legacy alive the fund awards scholarships to students of exemplary character who can show financial need and/or academic ability. In addition, activities in the church and community service are also considered for funding. 

Since 2002 the foundation has given out scholarships to 55 deserving college bound students totaling over $43.000.00. 

If you would like to donate toward this worthy cause, you may do so by sending your donation to; KRS Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc., PO Box 927, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 08901-0927. Or come out to the Sunday Brunch where all are welcome!!! For more information please contact Ronald or Ivy Stephens at; 732-690- 2277.

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