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Annual Dinner Benefit Event

Special Guest Speaker Former OSU Quarterback Stanley Jackson



On Friday, April 27, the South-Western City Schools Educational Foundation welcomed Stanley Jackson, Coach, Ohio Dominican University, as its speaker and special guest at the Foundation's Annual Dinner and Auction. 

The event was held at the Pinnacle Golf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Club Drive in Grove City, and is the Foundation's largest annual fundraising event - providing thousands of dollars each year in student scholarships and educational grants for South-Western City Schools (SWCS). 

Since the inception of the South-Western City Schools Educational Foundation in 1988, more than half a million dollars has been distributed to support innovative educational programs through education grants for SWCS and to recognize excellence in achievement through SWCS student scholarships. The evening provided inspirational words from Mr. Conley, an appetizing meal with friends and community members, and several unique auction packages. 

Entertainment was provided by the Robert Ragland, Jr., Pianist and David Walbert, Accompanist.

   

Stanley Jackson, Speaker

Stanley Jackson was the starting Quarterback for The Ohio State University 1996 and 1997, Captain and rose bowl champ in 1997. He was selected as a free agent by the Seattle Seahawks in 1998 and played seven years in the Canadian Football League for three different teams.

Mr. Jackson has been married for 12 years on May 6th to the greatest woman on earth, Ronita. They have four fantastic children, Stanley Jr. 8, Ronald 5, Tre' Major 3 and Jazmyn Stana 10 months.

Mr. Jackson does color commentary on 610 WTVN for the best Buckeye coverage and has just started a new show called Jacksonville Sunday Nights from 7 - 9 p.m.  Stanley Jackson is the founder of Masters Preparatory Academy Charter School a singer gender school for African American males, and Integrated American Media (IAM) television network which provides Christian conservative viewpoints for minority communities.
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