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Mayor Daley to Speak at 100 Black Men of Chicago College Scholarship Fair Tomorrow

Mayor Daley to Speak at 100 Black Men of Chicago College Scholarship Fair
 - Saturday, October 17th - UIC FORUM

WHO:             100 Black Men of Chicago and Mayor Richard Daley

WHAT:            7th Annual College Scholarship Fair presented by State
Farm. Over 160 colleges and universities, and some 5,000 students expected
to attend. Some students will be awarded college scholarships and admitted
to colleges and universities on site.

WHERE:            UIC Forum, 725 W. Roosevelt Road

WHEN:            Saturday, October 17, 2009 - from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00p.m.

WHY:             To provide outstanding junior and senior high school
students in the Chicagoland area with an opportunity to be awarded college
scholarships and admission to colleges and universities throughout the

SPONSORS:        State Farm, CTA, Comcast, ING, Macy's, Outback
Steakhouse, Shore Bank, SONY, ProCentives, The Tallulah Group

 Mayor Daley will be speaking around 10:20 a.m. Jeffrey
Jackson, President, 100 Black Men of Chicago, will also offer remarks

Contact/s:        A.C. McLean - TEL: 312 927-3679 (day of event), or Paul
Davis - TEL: 708 204-7225 (day of event). First Trace Communications TEL:
773 962-0910 (Office).


STORY TAGS: mayor, daley, chicago, college, scholarship


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