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EVENT RECAP: Actor & Comedian Kevin Hart’s Birthday Bash in Washington, DC!

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Actor & Comedian Kevin Hart Celebrates “Let Me Explain” Movie Release + Celebrity Birthday Bash in Washington, DC
 
Ciroc Girl & Kevin Hart
Wednesday evening, Actor & Comedian Kevin Hart celebrated his new movie, “Let Me Explain” in the Nation’s Capitol! Kevin was in town to promote his new movie which was released July 3rd and to also do some pop up appearances at various movie theaters in the Metropolitan area. Kevin also celebrated his birthday which is July 6th and the entire venue sang “Happy Birthday” to him. Hosted by The Massive Host King Flexxa and WPGC’s DJ Reddz spinning!
The celebration brought out some very elite individuals! R&B singer Raheem DeVaughn, various NFL players, Comedian Michael Blackson, artist Demont Peekaso, Hip Hop Artist One Way Boobe and more.
Powered by 4Eva Yung, Events & Icons, Dave & Ray and The Standard. Sponsored by CIROC Ultra Premium Vodka and DTLR.
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Photo Credit: Weikerken Altema for Surpass Visuals LLC 

Ciroc Girls and DTLR DC Marketing Rep Mike Rice
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The Massive Host King Flexxa/DC CIROC Brand Ambassador & Ciroc Girl
WPGC’s DJ Reddz
Kevin Hart Toasting to “Let Me Explain” Movie Release
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A Look Inside New African American Museum in DC

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A Look Back At U Street And Historic Washington DC

The images seen here are from Arcadia Publishing’s Greater U Street book by Paul K. Williams, published in 2002. It is available at local bookstores and retailers.

If you would like to purchase a copy online CLICK HERE

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Talking Hands Incorporated will host a workshop for modifying toy cars for children with disabilities | Saturday, Dec 10

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Talking Hands Incorporated will host a workshop for modifying toy cars for children with disabilities

Prince George’s County Maryland. ¬– An Oregon State University professor will help volunteers, families and clinicians such as physical therapists modify toy ride-on cars for children with disabilities at a workshop on Saturday, December 10, 2016 in Prince George’s County.

The “Go Baby Go” program provides these modified toy cars to young children with disabilities so they can move around independently.

Sam Logan, who heads the Go Baby Go project at Oregon State University, will lead the workshop, which is being hosted/sponsored by Talking Hands Incorporated. Talking Hands Incorporated is
501 c 3 non-profit organization which educates, supports, advocates, and provides resources to families with special needs children.

The event will run from 9 am to 4 pm, and cars will be tested by the children around 2pm. The modified toy cars will be donated to Early Childhood Center in Prince George’s County.

The modified cars give children with spina bifida, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other mobility disabilities a chance to play and socialize with their peers more easily, said Logan, who is also an assistant professor in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at OSU.

Being pushed in a stroller or being carried from one place to another is fundamentally different from having active control over one’s own exploration, which is where the developmental gains are seen, he said.

There are no commercially available devices for children with mobility issues to get around on their own; and power wheelchairs usually aren’t an option until the children are older. The modified cars provide them independence at a much younger age and at a relatively low cost.
Please consider sponsoring a modified toy car for $200. Or consider making a tax deductible donation to Talking Hands Incorporated so they can continue serving local families and children.

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Images and video are available:
Video from a past Go Baby Go event: https://youtu.be/6V9qmnGrBIA
A digital image of a child using a Go Baby Go car: https://flic.kr/p/qqYb7r

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