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LaTasha Clanton is the Atlanta Editor for Miss A. She is a mother of three beautiful daughters and wife to Jason. While her husband was in the military she attended Kansas State University where she majored in Political Science with a minor in Journalism. When her husband got called to two wars she decided to pursue her real passion while she waited for her solider to return home. She graduated from the Community School of Cosmetology in 2003. Once he returned she uprooted her family to the Atlanta area where she could begin to accomplish her goals. She is a fashion savvy stylist, who specializes in hair, make-up, and overall wardrobe. Style ambassador for Socialbliss, urban fashion blogger on her own blog Urbanstylequeen.com, a freelance fashion journalist, and maintaining a full time job by day. Attending Bauder College in Atlanta, GA she is majoring in Fashion Design and minor’s in Fashion Merchandising. She considers herself to be Superwoman as an alter ego. Her faith and spirituality is one of the reasons why she supports Ovarian Cancer Research, Breast Cancer Walks, and a variety or charities and organizations that deal with Cancer Research, Women’s Empowerment, and Children’s Rights. She contributes all of her dedication and hard work to her grandmother Virgiline Green who died Ovarian Cancer, and all of the women in her family living or deceased who helped and inspired her to always have a giving heart, a strong faith, and the determination to succeed.

A Night At The Derby In Atlanta To Benefit Cure CP.Org

Night at the derby pic

(Photo credit: CureCP.org)

Ladies grab your cocktail dresses and large fabulous hats, Gents grab your most damper attire and join  Cure CP.org for the 2nd Annual a Night at the Derby on May 2, 2014. The evening events will raise money to support groundbreaking research and clinical trials at esteemed research and medical  institutions in the United States for Cerebral Palsy.

Cure CP is a non-profit organization (501c3) committed to funding the support of Cerebral Palsy research. The mission of Cure CP.org will be accomplished by supporting initiatives at research institutions that focus on developing new therapeutic methodologies for the treatment of CP. Cure CP was founded by two families who want to see a better life and future for their children with Cerebral Palsy.

Derby pic 2013

Last year’s Night at the Derby event (Photo credit: Let’s Cure CP facebook)

This fun filled evening will provide live music from The Bradley Cole Smith Band, dancing, food, a silent auction, best dressed contest and so much more! If you would like to sponsor the event or would like more information please contact maurie@curecp.org

WHEN:  May 2, 2014    7:30 – 11:30 p.m.

WHERE:
Defoors Centre
1710 Defoors Ave, NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
Ph. 404-591-3900

TICKETS: $100.00 per person. Please click here to purchase tickets.

 

 

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