Salina Juneteenth Celebration
June 20, 2015, 8:00 AM

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The purpose of the Salina Juneteenth Celebration Committee is to promote and cultivate knowledge and appreciation of African American history and culture. Juneteenth celebrates African American freedom while encouraging self-development and respect for all cultures. Juneteenth is taking on a more national and even global perspective. The future of Juneteenth looks bright as the number of cities and states come on board and form local committees and organizations to coordinate the activities. This national day of pride is growing.

Mission Statement: To bring the community together in a harmonious and spirit filled setting; while we promote, cultivate and appreciate African American history and culture.

Salina Juneteenth Celebration Committee
Jackie Anders, Founder/Chairperson


        Jackie Anders - Chairperson
        Sharol McMillan, Treasurer/Donations
        Stephanie Sherode, Secretary
        Vickie Guillot Wilson, Publicity
        Randy Roberts, Vendor Chair
         Olivia Sherode, Youth Activities
         Marquette Allen, Entertainment
        Jackie Veal
        Trisha Wilson
        (funded in part by the Greater Salina Community Foundation)
Contact Us  
Salina Juneteenth Celebration Committee
1301 Indian Rock Ln
Salina, Kansas 67401
Phone: (785)829-1508
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2015 Salina Juneteenth Fundraiser ,,, The Black and White Ball

Saturday April 25, 2015
8:00 pm - Midnight
Salina Labor Bldg
$15 per person and $25 per couple...Includes wine bar, appetizers and the best dance music around!
There will be cash prizes for the best dress couple and the best dressed male and female.
See a member of the Salina Juneteenth Celebration Committe for tickets or call (913)240-6097

2015 Mister & Miss Juneteenth
2015 Salina Juneteenth Essay Contest


The essay contest is city-wide and open to ‘all students’ enrolled in grades 6 through 12.

This essay contest serves as an inspirational vehicle for youth to strengthen their appreciation for African American history and culture, cultural diversity, and the enhancement of community relations.

Please explain, what is Juneteenth and how does education influence freedom, liberty, and responsible citizenship in a culturally diverse society

For more Essay Contest information:: Please click here

Amore Dance

(Zumba dance for children)
11:00 am - 12:00 noon

Wonder Workshop

(Roots of Rhythm for children)  
2:00 pm

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