South Jersey Jazz Donation to the Atlantic City African American Heritage Museum

South Jersey Jazz Donation to the Atlantic City African American Heritage Museum

Joe Donofrio, Artistic Director of the South Jersey Jazz Society (far left), Nick Regine, President of SJJS, (second from the left) Ralph Hunter, Founder and President of the Atlantic City African American Heritage Museum, (second from the right), and Michael Pedicin, Educational Chair SJJS

The South Jersey Jazz Society was proud to partner with the Atlantic City African American Heritage Museum in a jazz tribute to Club Harlem that took place during this year’s Cape Bank Jazz @ the Point Festival.  Some of the artists appearing in conjunction with this tribute include Dr. Lonnie Smith, Kevin Mahogany, Ralph Peterson, Madame Pat Tandy, and Paulette McWilliams and others.

The South Jersey Jazz Society was honored to donate $500 to the African American Heritage Museum in appreciation for their participation

This program is made possible in part through the New Jersey State Council of the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through the Local Arts Grant administered by Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs This program is made possible in part through the New Jersey State Council of the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through the Local Arts Grant administered by Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs

Additional funding is provided by Shore Medical Center

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