KWANZA HALL’S BIRTHDAY DAY PARTY AND TOAST

 

KWANZA HALL BRINGS
THE CITY OF ATLANTA OUT
FOR BIRTHDAY DAY PARTY AND TOAST 
Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall pictured with wife Natalie and sons Mario and Marc at The Castle in Midtown Atlanta
Photo Credit: FreddyO
 
(ATLANTA) – May 3, 2016 – On SaturdayAtlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall celebrated his 45th birthday at The Castle in Midtown Atlanta.
VIP guests included CeeLo Green (Recording Artist), Bone Crusher (Recording Artist), Dina Marto (Twelve Studios), Dr. Yamma Brown (daughter of the late James Brown), Jamida Orange (daughter of the late Reverend James Orange), Xavier Hargrove (Music Producer), V103’s Big Tigger, Greg Street, Reggie Rouse, and Gocha Hawkins (L.A. Hair).
Guests were entertained by the sounds of The Coalition DJs, while enjoying an array of food and drinks sponsored by Giovanni’s Restaurant, Antico Pizza, Pitty Pat’s Porch, Linton Hopkins, Kevin Rathbun Steak, Scales 925, Varasano’s Pizzeria, Proof Of The Pudding, Hojeij Branded Foods, Highland Bakery, Rumi’s Kitchen, and Cafe Agora. Brett Holtzclaw along with various attendees made special birthday remarks in support of Kwanza Hall and all that he has done for the city of Atlanta. Reggie Rouse ended the evening with a heartfelt toast thanking Hall for his leadership and service in our community.
The event was executed by a team of students, interns, and mentees from the hospitality industry reflecting Hall’s beliefs in education as a means to job training and employment. The event staff received hands on experience throughout the night.
For more information, visit kwanzahall.com.
Kwanza Hall and Reggie Rouse pause for a picture
CeeLo Green and Bone Crusher attend to support Kwanza
Gocha Hawkins also stops by to support
Kwanza shares his humor with the crowd
Dina Marto provides heart warming remarks in honor of Kwanza
Cheers!
The man of the hour continues to flick it up with special guests
Kwanza and wife Natalie pose with members of the host committee Saptosa Foster and 
Angela Watts 
Before the night’s end a fun group picture is always necessary

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