POSTPONED: Join Jason Irby for Women’s History Month Observance on March 28, 2020

UPDATE:  The Women’s History Month Observance Event has been POSTPONED due to concerns surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Although Jason Irby seeks to honor women’s contributions to Arkansas and abroad, it is important that we consider the safety and well-being of all participants and attendees. 

The new date of the event will be announced and posted on Jason Irby’s webpages (www.jasonirby.wordpress.com and www.lovewithinlife-jasonirby.com) and social media accounts. 

Be sure to follow @JasonIrbyLWL on Twitter  and on Facebook for updates.

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Jason Irby to Bring Health Fair 2019 to Hometown of Wabbaseka, Arkansas

Author Jason Irby will partner with the City of Wabbaseka to present the 2019 Wabbaseka Health Fair.  The event will take place in the Wabbaseka community on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 100 North Paw Paw Street in Wabbaseka, Arkansas.  The program will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will last until 2:00 p.m.

Featured presenters will include:

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Author Jason Irby’s 2018 End of Year Review

The 2018 Year End Review

“Each of the past 5 years I have called incredible, but 2018 has really had an incredible impact on my life.  I’ve been blessed throughout the years and this year is no exception.  This year many can see and kinda get a glimpse of my works, projects, and recognitions by viewing my recent awards.  I gladly share my joy and outlook.  Incredible cannot fully describe, ” shares Jason Irby.
Author Jason Irby was recently recognized for his writings, community efforts, and leadership.

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Author Jason Irby Spearheads First of its Kind Native American Heritage Month Fair entitled “Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair”

The Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 10th with opening comments from the event establisher, Jason Irby, followed by a presentation of colors by the Parkview Arts Science Magnet High School ROTC.

“We presented this heritage event to preserve the history of Native Americans and the people of African descent who shared relationships among them.  Relationships ranged from friendship, family membership, to slavery,” said Irby.    

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