Recaps: NAACP Mixes at Savvor while Future Boston Alliance Turns Three

Co-Founder Future Boston Alliance Malia Lazu and CEO Erin Kay Anderson

The NAACP of Greater Boston chapter is the first chapter in the country and the youngest chapter as far as membership. On Thursday night they celebrated the accomplishments of the year and their constituencies at Savvor (180 Lincoln St) with hors d’ oeuvres and plenty of business cards being passed to keep the communication flowing. The event was a fundraiser for their efforts as all workers, including the president, are volunteers.

#michaelcurry #naacp #mixer #Savvor

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NAACP Mixer PhotoAlso celebrating their accomplishments just a few streets down at The Paramount Black Box Theater was Future Boston Alliance j. There was food by Fresh Food Generation and  The Little Pig n Potato cash bar and tunes from bands like LAMU:

LAMU
LAMU

Rockin’ out…#FutureBoston @FutureBoston #anniversary

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The attendance list was buzzing with moves and shakers in the Boston community as well as a large helping of Boston’s creative community. Congrats again on reaching 3 years and may there be many more!

Future Boston Alliance Turns 3

Co-Founder Future Boston Alliance Malia Lazu and CEO Erin Kay Anderson
Co-Founder Future Boston Alliance Malia Lazu and CEO Erin Kay Anderson

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