Tribune | Jun 8, 2022 | 0
Chicks In Crisis Charity Concert!
On August 21, 2021, Dr. Jacqueline Cheung “Jax” (our Editor-In-Chief) and I had the pleasure of attending a charity concert benefiting Chicks in Crisis. This non-profit organization saves babies, aids pregnant mothers and fathers, and keeps these young parents in school. Fortunately, Elk Grove Tribune was there to cover this event that was held at Chicks in Crisis.
Despite being the middle of August, the evening was balmy and free of clouds. Families came to the event which was held at Chicks in Crisis’s location. Lawn chairs and blankets were laid out for seating. Additionally the band Unsupervised performed at this venue, playing covers of famous songs. Phil Serna, from Sacramento County Board of Supervisors and Mayor of Elk Grove Bobbie Singh-Allen participated as a part of Unsupervised band.
Several prominent community members also attended the event. Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen, City Council Member Stephanie Ngyuen, and City Council Member Darren Suen were at the event. Also, former City Planning Commissioner Mackenzie Wieser, Cosumnes CSD Director Jaclyn Moreno, Consumnes CSD Director Rob Brewer, and Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli were seen enjoying the festivities.
What’s Chicks In Crisis?
Chicks in Crisis is a non-profit organization that helps babies and those who are expecting children. It was started by Inez Whitlow and has grown steadily over the years. The local agency serves parents in need of assistance, offers parenting classes and helps with the adoption process. Indeed, Chicks in Crisis has held a series of charity concerts to benefit the organization. Click on this link if you wish to help the organization with donations or gifted items.
Chicks in Crisis
9455 E Stockton Blvd, Elk Grove, CA 95624