“We’re Up and Running & It’s Not Too Late” The Social Lites Inc.  are Looking To Change Lives

(Alums from left to right ) Kamau Osonduagwuike, Kameron Brantley, Johnathan Moreno, Dr. Gregory Alexander, Chache Wright & Charles Brown 

With excitement in her voice Sheri Lewis, Social Lites Inc. President 2021 told the young men wanting to be a part of the 2021-22 Beautillion program that she is implementing great ideas this year.  “New structure, new ideas and a myriad of support from former Alumni and corporate sponsors will catapult this years’ program to greater heights,” she explained.  

Edward Brantley, the father of our Sir Knight 2020 Kameron Brantley, kicked us off with a great start by educating our young men about how to retain information, knowledge and wisdom.  

Also in support were former Alumni Chache Wright, Alumni 1999 and currently the President of the San Bernardino NAACP; Dr. Gregory Alexander, Alumni 1992 and Vice Principle of Arroyo Valley High School; Charles Brown, Alumni 1989, the Director of Equity for Riverside County Office of Education; Johnathan Moreno and Kamau Osonduagwuike Alumni 2018, Kameron Brantley, Alumni 2020 are hard-working and full-time students; Russell Ward, Alumni of 1984 and currently a Software Specialist for Konica Minolta, he also has been the Dance Choreographer for us for the past 25 years. Each Alum offered their overview and shared the long-lasting benefits of joining the Beautillion.   

With 55 years of service and having blessed thousands of African American young men the Social Lites have collectively distributed over $2.5 million to our young men who want to attend college or a trade school of their choice.  Through mentorship, leadership and character and life development skills we can help Elementary to High School students achieve their goals.

If you know of young men who fits the criteria and wants to be a part of this six-month extracurricular program, please contact us as soon as possible. Our Beautillion Briefing is every Sunday from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. at the Youth & Community Development Center, 468 West 5Th Street in San Bernardino, CA.  92401. 

Let’s be the help for our young men’s dreams of becoming better. Knowledge Is Power. If you have questions, please call Marlene Davis at (909) 709-5502. 

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