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January 19, 2006 – January 21, 2006

  • A three day orientation workshop on entrepreneurship was conducted at the University of Southern California. Schools were identified by the Legacy Ladies to participate and sixteen teachers attended the workshop and will implement the enrichment program at Crenshaw High School, Audubon Middle School and View Park Accelerated Charter School.


February 6, 2006

  • The youth entrepreneurship program and the math, engineering science achievement (MESA)programs begin at Crenshaw High School, Audubon Middle School, New Design Charter School and View Park Accelerated Charter School.


February 11, 2006

  • The organization had a booth at the Los Angeles Black College Expo and distributed information on HIV/AIDS, scholarship information and applications.


March 9, 2006

  • Mary Cleveland and her family identified as the 2006 Adopt-A-Family.


March 18, 2006

  • Lady Jacqueline Castillo, President of Legacy Ladies, Inc., honored as 2006 Women of the Year by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.


April 18, 2006

  • Announcement made at the 12th Annual NAMIC (National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications) Vision Awards, that Legacy Ladies, Inc. is the Digital Bridge Alliance (DBA) grant recipient.


April 28, 2006

  • Lady Jacqueline and advisory board member, Justin Castillo, speak at the Crenshaw High School College and Career Fair.


May 19, 2006

  • The Second Annual Torch Awards was held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, honoring Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke, Cathy Hughes, Dr. La-Doris McClaney, Edwin Moses, Theodore Snyder and Nancy Wilson. It was also announced that Ms. Wilson is the organization’s first “Honorary” Legacy Lady.


June 3, 2006

  • Mary Cleveland and her eight children (2006 Adopt-A-Family) begin moving into their new home. With the assistance of Denise Hunter (FAME), the Legacy Ladies provided the home, negotiated financing, and provided first and last months rent for the Cleveland family, in addition to providing major appliances and home furnishings.


June 8, 2006

  • Crenshaw High School Senior Awards Banquet – Legacy Ladies members Jacqueline Castillo and Loretta Williams along with Advisory Board Member, Henry Woods, and special guest, Valerie and Al Spiller, presented $5,000 scholarships each to Katrina Chambers and Qeshanda Strother. Marlissa Danielle Collier received the “first” Legacy Ladies – Ashley Morgan Spiller scholarship for $10,000. The students also received computer laptops and printers in addition to roundtrip airplane tickets on Southwest Airlines.


June 28, 2006

  • The Legacy Ladies presented Dr. Iris Stevenson, Choir Director of Crenshaw High School, a check to support their trip to China to compete in the world choir competition. The Ladies raised $17,550.


July 2, 2006

  • The Ladies bid farewell to Lady Terri Hines who has relocated to Nashville,TN, and proclaimed her an “Honorary Legacy Lady” due to her dedication and contributions to the organization.


August 16, 2006

  • A delegation of 35 people, including Lady Jacqueline, Advisory Board Member, James Castillo and Torch Award recipient, Dr. LaDoris McClaney, travel to Ghana with Bishop Blake and “Save Africa’s Children” to provide missionary services, visit schools, clinics and orphanages that Legacy Ladies has supported.


September 26, 2006

  • A sponsor appreciation luncheon was held at City Club on Bunker Hill.


November 1, 2006

  • The organization implements three initiatives at Crenshaw High School: (1) a stay in school program to reduce the drop out rate called “Attendance Makes $ense,” (2) A Teacher Recognition Program – “After the Bell,” and (3) and an art contest to create awareness of HIV/AIDS.


December 1, 2006

  • Legacy Ladies partners with Crenshaw High School to create awareness of HIV/AIDS on World AIDS Day. Seven students out of 150 were recognized and awarded for their artistic talent in conveying a message about HIV/AIDS. Students who showed “most improved” in attendance were recognized in addition to teachers who go above and beyond the call of duty.


December 2, 2006

  • The organization begins a 10 week SAT program at Crenshaw High School.


December 9, 2006

  • A van load of Christmas gifts were delivered to the Adopt-A-Family, Mary Cleveland and her eight children.