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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

SECF Exhibit, Youth Awards Presentation and Health Fair

Think Round, Inc., cordially invites you to attend a full-scale photo exhibition of our artwork and presentation of Certificates of Honor from the SF Board of Supervisors to
Thurgood Marshall & Willie L. Brown, Jr. Academy
After School & 5th grade students 

who created:

 An original public artwork commissioned by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
for the new Hunters Point Shipyard hilltop public park.

Awards Ceremony & Exhibit will take place at:

the Southeast Community Facility

4th Annual Health Fair

Awards: September 24, 2011 at 10:00 am;  Exhibit: Ongoing, Monday-Friday from 8-4 pm
SE Community Facility Alex Pitcher Room. 1800 Oakdale Avenue, SF, 94124

For more information please call: Think Round at 415-602-9599  or the SECF Staff at 415-821-1534

(Companion exhibit of photos of youth, their drawings and tiles currently on view at the Bayview Opera House through October 8th.

Stream of Consciousness was produced by Think Round, Inc. (TRI), and created Heidi Hardin and Colette Crutcher with their excellent youth artist assistants: Isaac Roller, Jessica Wells, Max Bizzarro, Francesca Ira, Nikki Lau, Trevor O’Donnell with special volunteer artists: Margo Bors and Linda Madden. Stream of Consciousness was commissioned by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Hunters Point Shipyard Project and is part of the Cultural Historic Recognition (CHRP) and is funded by a grant from the United States Department of Commerce, Economic Development Agency (EDA). Think Round, Inc.'s education components were funded by:  Think Round, Inc., EXCEL After School Program/Bay Area Community Resources and the SF Unified School District. The Point and the Terzian family supported the completion of this artwork by donating space in the Auditorium of Building 101 at Hunters Point Shipyard. This exhibition is supported by:  San Francisco Foliage and L. A. Tropicals, Inc., individual donors Dan Dodt and Linda Blacketer, and Member of TRI’s Board of Directors Hideki Uchida. Heartfelt thanks to the SF Redevelopment Agency staff for their help with the planning this exhibit and printing these many photos for our display. We also appreciate the Southeast Community Facility Commission and staff who made this space available for our exhibit and for presentations to our students and staff of Certificates of Honor from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and to the Honorable Supervisor Malia Cohen for making them possible.

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