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June 15, 2012 > The Mighty4 Arts Foundation

The Mighty4 Arts Foundation

On Saturday, June 30, 2012 the Mighty4 Foundation is bringing the festival of Mighty4 Arts Foundation to its hometown of Union City. They will bring the elements of art, music and dance to the event and directly focus on topics of cultural awareness, health, fitness and an eco-friendly way of living.

The Mighty4 Foundation "aims to create a positive outlet for the youth and empowering them with the tools to drive their creativity. Being fueled by music, art and dance, we will educate and provide a foundation for future artists. Keeping our hearts set on an Eco-Friendly way of life we thrive to share this knowledge to help save our environment one step at a time."

Paul Ruma (aka) PAULSKEEE, who grew up in Union City, founded the organization. Our Museum member Roberto Suguitan, who also grew up in Union City, helps in the organization.

The event will start at 3 p.m. at the Old Alvarado Park, right after the Farmers Market, with a Proclamation. Afterwards, there will be a Walk Through History for guests at the Union City Historical Museum and displays of Mighty4 Foundation pictures. A group of local food trucks that will offer unique dishes to the community and an appearance of Team Mo, health and fitness instruction will train and educate about nutrition and daily exercise. Soulciety, a non-profit organization with a goal to enrich and empower the lives of youth, young adults, and other members of society and to promote physical, mental and emotional growth and wellbeing will attend the event too.

Mighty4 Arts
Saturday, June 30
3 p.m.
Old Alvarado Park
3871 Smith St., Union City
www.mighty4.com

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