Harlem School Of The Arts Havana Nights In harlem

May 16, 2016

Julie_Rose_2_with_Eric_PryorHarlem School of the Arts (HSA) hosted a Havana Nights Dance Party Benefit at Harlem School of the Arts (Harlem School of the Arts The Herb Alpert Center, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY 10030) on Thursday May 12, 2016. Photo_Credit_-_Terrence_Jennings_-_Image_10Photo_Credit_-_Terrence_Jennings_-_Image_7Photo_Credit_-_Terrence_Jennings_-_Image_6Photo_Credit_-_Terrence_Jennings_-_Image_3Photo_Credit_-_Terrence_Jennings_-_Image_4The Cuban – themed event was sponsored by The Williams Capital Group and Sweet Hospitality Group.

Photo credit: 1. Eric G. Pryor, Harlem School of the Arts President and Julie Rose, HSA Board Member, (L to R). 2. Julio Peterson and Eric G. Pryor. 3. Debbie Brennan, The Williams Capital Group. 4. Sonelius Kendrick Smith. 5. Janice Savin Williams, Co-founder and Senior Principal of The Williams Capital Group and Harlem School of the Arts Board Member & Keisha Sutton James. 6. Raquelle Koon Koon. 7. Julie Rose, HSA Board Member & Rick Westler. Photo by Terrence Jennings.

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