By NAN Staff Writer
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Friday, Mar. 22, 2019: A Caribbean-born deejay in Philadelphia is one of three people set to receive the “International Community Service Award” this April in the city of Brotherly Love.
Deejay Roger Culture, who was born in Kingston, Jamaica and has been an event promoter, radio personality and emcee for the past 25 years, will be presented with the honor at 6th Annual International Awards & Scholarship Program of the Young Caribbean Professional Network, (YCPN).
He is also the host of Island Vibes Caribbean Sundays at Cavanaugh’s River Deck and an alumnus of Temple University and Overbrook High School in Philadelphia, PA.
The April 23rd scholarship awards is set for Estia Restaurant and Banquet Hall at 1405-07 Locust Street, Philadelphia from 6 p.m.
Other honorees include Michael Griffin, President and CEO of Ashanti Produce, who will receive the 2019 International Entrepreneur of the Year Award while Rebecca Cruz Esteves, President of the League of United Latin Americans and Iola Harper, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity in the City of Philadelphia, will also receive the “International Community Service Award.”
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