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Joseph A. Floreano
Rochester Riverside Convention Center
123 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14604

 
 

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2018 Urban League of Rochester Luncheon

October 04, 2018
12:00 PM - 12:00 PM


Joseph A. Floreano
Rochester Riverside Convention Center
123 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14604


The Urban League of Rochester's Annual Luncheon celebrates the 53rd anniversary of the Urban League in the Rochester community. This year’s event will take place on Thursday, October 4th from 12pm – 1:30pm at the Joseph A. Floreano Riverside Convention Center.

Our focus for this year’s lunch will be Children’s Behavioral Health. We’re pleased to welcome Karen Pittman to Rochester as our keynote speaker. Karen is the co-founder and president of The Forum for Youth Investment in Washington, DC. Karen is a sociologist and recognized leader in youth development. Karen has written three books and dozens of articles on youth issues, and was a regular columnist in the youth development newspaper, Youth Today. We are excited to have Karen join us to talk about the importance of positive youth development – making sure our students are ready for college, work and life.

Since 1965, the Urban League has been at the forefront of pressing issues in our community. It is our mission to transform our community by empowering individuals, creating opportunities and providing hope. Our agency has over 30 programs that help thousands of people in our community through the areas of youth development, education, family and children services, developmental disabilities, housing, business development and economic development.

The Annual Luncheon is a great way for businesses, community members and organizations to join with us in finding solutions that impact our most vulnerable community members.

Please join our Presenting Sponsor, the Greater Rochester Health Foundation, for this important event, supporting a important issue in our community.



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