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Anthony Bowie to Speak at Local United Negro College Fund Breakfast

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Always bigger than life, Orlando Magic icon and Goldsboro Elementary School physical education teacher Anthony Bowie will be the keynote speaker at the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Seminole County Leadership Breakfast on Thursday, March 2, at the Orlando Marriott Lake Mary.

After a successful career in the NBA, Anthony has become a mentor to countless kids in the historic community of Goldsboro. At the Leadership Breakfast, Anthony will share the story of his own life and career and discuss the importance of inspiring local youth to reach their full potential.


The breakfast is free and open to the community, and those in attendance will have the opportunity to contribute to UNCF and help the organization provide college scholarships to deserving students of all races in Seminole County. RSVPs are required and can be made by emailing

Look for this story in the upcoming Jan/Feb issue of Lake Mary Life.

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