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Breakfast Club Host Angela Yee Partners with Cedarmore Corporation to Promote Literacy among Long Island Girls

Angela Yee – Celebrity radio host, entrepreneur and founder of Angela Yee’s Book Club, will be partnering with Cedarmore Corporation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth ladies from under deserved communities in Long Island, to promote literacy among Long Island Girls.

 

More than 12 groups of girls from Nassau and Suffolk Counties will gather to discuss and share perspectives about the the novel, “Piecing Me Together” which was voted as “Best Teen Book of the Year” in 2017 by the New York Public Library. Written by author, Renee Watson, this book is a compelling story about a teen girl striving for success in today’s very competitive and challenging world.

 

This event is Cedarmore Girlz Talk’s inaugural “Continuing the Conversation Series” session, an extension of their annual Girlz Talk event held at Hofstra University designed to educate, motivate and empower girls. Yee hosts a session annually at Girlz Talk with more than 350 girls in attendance. Although Yee has a book club, this is her first session in Long Island and with teenage girls.

 

For any press inquiries, interview requests with Angela Yee or Cedarmore Corporation please contact Cynthiap@cedarmorecorporation.org or (516) 378-3415.

 

WHEN:            Saturday, February 10th 12PM-3PM

WHERE:          Seasons 52 at Roosevelt Field Mall

2nd Floor Private Dining

630 Old Country Road, Suite LI02

Garden City, NY 11530

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