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INTER-CULTURAL GROUP TO MAKE STAGE ARTS AWARDS

The third annual “For My People” theatrical and awards program, presented by the Inter-Cultural Committee for the Performing Arts, will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Santa Ana City Hall Annex Auditorium, 20 Civic Center Plaza.

The featured guest will be Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who plays the teen-age son, Theo Huxtable, in the “Bill Cosby Show” on NBC-TV. He will read Margret Walker’s poem, “For My People.”

Also featured will be songs, dances and other acts by black community performers, including members of the Inter-Cultural Committee, a nonprofit Orange County organization founded in 1981 by Adleane Hunter.

Awards for outstanding community service will be presented to Harriet Tyler, founder of the Interested Citizens of Santa Ana group, and the Orange County Alumni chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta service organization.

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Proceeds from the program will go toward the Inter-Cultural Committee’s community theater project and the Lillie King Scholarship Fund.

General admission is $10, students and senior citizens $6. Call (714) 667-7090 for information.


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