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chpn 05/22/2014 at 1:18 PM

PRESS RELEASE

PETER PAUL DEVELOPMENT CENTER CULTURAL REVIEW TO BENEFIT FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM IN EAST END

The students, teachers, staff, and volunteers at the Peter Paul Development Center (PPDC) in the East End of Richmond are holding a family event filled with talent, culture, and entertainment. The 3rd annual PPDC Cultural Review will feature PPDC’s amazing students, ages 7-18, perform praise dance, song, theatre, and more. The students will be joined by PPDC’s senior citizens, who will also participate in the Cultural Review. Suggested admission is just one can of food per person as a donation to support PPDC’s Food Distribution Program. All are invited to this wonderful, inspiring community event.

Media are invited to attend. Damon Jiggetts, PPDC executive director, will be available for interviews prior to the event regarding the Cultural Review, the Peter Paul Development Center and happenings in the East End of Richmond.

Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014

Time: 5:30 pm (doors open at 5:15)

Location: Robinson Theater Community Arts Center (2903 Q Street, Richmond)

Parking: Street

Questions?

Danielle Ripperton

Peter Paul Development Center Development Director

804.780.1195

dripperton@peterpauldevcenter.org

About PPDC:

PPDC is the oldest continually operating community center in Richmond’s East End. Located in the heart of the community, we are compelled to do all that we can to serve our neighbors – especially the children. Our mission is to support the residents of the East End and educate its students, equipping them to serve as positive contributors to their family, community, and society. Read more at http://www.peterpauldevcenter.org.

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