The Seminole Cultural Arts Council (SCAC) has been selected as one of the 8 organizations that will be featured on the 2019-2020 LYNX Public Service Bus.
Winning organizations had their logos placed collectively on the LYNX Public Service Bus for the next 12 months. The bus will travel regular routes throughout the LYNX system, giving all 8 organizations free exposure in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. As one of the selected organizations, SCAC may also request that the bus appear at one special event for them during the year at no charge.
The bus was unveiled April 10 at 11 AM at Cranes Roost Park's Eddie Rose Amphitheater in Altamonte Springs. The ceremony included Seminole County Commissioner and LYNX Chair, Lee Constantine, as well as LYNX Interim CEO, James E. "Jim" Harrison, along with staff, supporters and/or board members from each of the 8 non-profits chosen for this year.
(Top) Organization representatives await unveiling of public service bus
(Below) L-R: Jim Harrison, LYNX Interim CEO; Mary Blake; Donna Bundy; Seminole County Commissioner Lee Constantine; Josie Foranoce; Kathryn Townsend; Anthony Aramendia.
March is Women’s History Month, a prime opportunity for each of us to recognize women for the outstanding accomplishments they make all year. To that end, ONYX Magazine, Member Partner Orlando Health and Presenting Sponsor Commissioner Samuel B. Ings are honoring women of color across Florida at the fourth annual ONYX Magazine’s Women on the Move Awards Luncheon. These 22 women, trailblazers who shatter glass ceilings and positively impact their communities, deserve our applause.
Seminole Cultural Arts Council
SCAC is a catalyst for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, visual arts and sciences; serving to sustain, develop and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.