A special Black History Month – Fine Art Exhibit celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was held at our Hera Hub Temecula location in February.
The work of local artist Lorna Sorrell was featured and attendees traveled from all over the Temecula Valley for the showing. Special guests included Commissioner Eric Faulkner (City of Riverside), President of Riverside NOW (National Organization for Women) Maliha Williamson, and local business owners Brandie Kekoa (Be Kekoa), Darlene Hawley (Personal Branding & Online Business Coach), Dawn Sneed (Naturally Equipped), Kristen Newsome (My Sister’s Keeper Success Institute), Raissa Figueroa (Children’s Book Illustrator), Angela Jacobus (Copywriter), Anne Berry (Travel That Matters), and a group of marines from Camp Pendleton. Thank you to all of the community members who joined us for this event.
To learn more about Lorna Sorrell visit: https://herahub.com/temecula/black-history-a-fine-art-exhibit/