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Harmony Project Leaders Recognized for Committment to Their Community

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Mar 04, 2013
Los Angeles, CA
WTC

Harmony Project Executive Director Myka Miller and Founder Dr. Margaret Martin were recognized by State Senator Curren D. Price, Jr. on Sunday February 10, 2013 at the 7th Annual "Tribute to SHeroes" event honoring community leaders in Los Angeles.

"For all the bad that is bound to happen in a large metropolitan area like LA, it makes you realize how much good is also going on," said Senator Price. "This year's SHeroes are truly exceptional women."

A "SHero" is a woman who has demonstrated leadership, pride, volunteerism, and commitment to her community in a meaningful and enduring manner. Past nominees have been neighborhood activists, artists, community and business leaders, and others who have made substantive differences in the lives of others but may not always be recognized for their contributions.


About Harmony Project
Harmony Project is an award-winning research-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that targets at-risk youth in underserved areas of Los Angeles. We promote positive youth development through on-going year-round music lessons and ensemble participation

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