Founder

Jackie Anders

Jackie Anders is the Founder of Salina Juneteenth. She is the mother of two sons, Donnie (Samantha) and Aaron (Jaylynn), and has 3 grandchildren; Leah, Liam, and Londyn. She has been active in the community for many years and supports all activities that are inclusive of all. She has been working in HR for 25+ years and currently holds the title of HR Director. 

"Family and friends are very important to me and I take every opportunity to spend time with them making memories. In my spare time; I love to cook, entertain, travel, and read."

"Juneteenth is important to me because our history is important and it is necessary that we educate others on our history and contributions as they are so often overlooked and/or not brought to light at all. Kansas, Salina specifically has great history to be told and I want to make certain that "we" as a committee do our part to educate and share our history with the community."

 




Donation Chair

Margaret Dixson

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I am originally from Kentucky and moved to Salina with the love

of my life in 2004. I have 2 sons, 2 daughters, 6 grandsons,

1 granddaughter, and another another granddaughter due 

August 2022. I decided to get involved with local event and have

been on the committee for 7 years. I am also involved with the 

Order of the Eastern Stars- PHA, Order of the Golden Circle-PHA, Altrusa International of Salina,

and Salina Area United Way. Juneteenth is important to me as it reminds

us of the struggle that our people came through and is also a way for us to 

remember and celebrate how far we have come

and how much we still have to accomplish.




Activities Chair

Lydia Robinson

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Lydia Robinson is a wife, mother, and grandmother of 2;

Amyah and Maliyah. She has been a Librarian for

25 plus years. The Juneteenth Celebration is important

to me because it is important to the preservation of our culture.




Entertainment

Lowell Moore




Volunteer

Dave Boswell

 

A lifelong resident of Salina, I have worked on

the Juneteenth celebration since 2008.

I feel it is an important remembrance of where we

as a people have come from and provides us with the

opportunity to come together and move forward .

 




Volunteer/Advisor

Vickie Guillot

Vickie has served on the Salina Juneteenth Celebration Committee

since its origination. Juneteenth is important to me because

it reminds me of what we as a people came through

and what we can achieve.




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