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Kimra Major-Morris, Kimberly R. Stewart and Natalie Jackson were a good-looking group.

BLACK TIE: Tech Sassy Girlz 5th Annual Tea & "Bytes" Fundraiser

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Kimra Major-Morris, Kimberly R. Stewart and Natalie Jackson were a good-looking group.

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Michael Felix and Worrell Valentine dressed up in their suits.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Michael Felix and Worrell Valentine dressed up in their suits.

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Joyce Odongo struck a pose in front of the Tech Sassy Girlz backdrop.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Joyce Odongo struck a pose in front of the Tech Sassy Girlz backdrop.

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Tech Sassy Girlz members at Freedom Middle School showed their support at the fundraiser.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Tech Sassy Girlz members at Freedom Middle School showed their support at the fundraiser.

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This was the fifth annual Tea and “Bytes” fundraiser for Tech Sassy Girlz.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

This was the fifth annual Tea and “Bytes” fundraiser for Tech Sassy Girlz.

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Small, blue butterflies adorned the napkin rings.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Small, blue butterflies adorned the napkin rings.

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Joe Kelley, 96.5 news director and host of Orlando’s Morning News, was the emcee for the event.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Joe Kelley, 96.5 news director and host of Orlando’s Morning News, was the emcee for the event.

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Monica May Ashford — grandmother of a Tech Sassy Girlz member at Olympia High, host of the Tom Joyner Morning Show and Star 94.5 news/community affairs director — thanked guests for their support.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Monica May Ashford — grandmother of a Tech Sassy Girlz member at Olympia High, host of the Tom Joyner Morning Show and Star 94.5 news/community affairs director — thanked guests for their support.

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Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell was overjoyed with the support garnered for Tech Sassy Girlz.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell was overjoyed with the support garnered for Tech Sassy Girlz.

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Mirlene Mathias helped man the registration table.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Mirlene Mathias helped man the registration table.

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Violinist Pepina Dell’Olio played some lovely tunes.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Violinist Pepina Dell’Olio played some lovely tunes.

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Joyce Odongo and Regine Bonneau were happy to support Tech Sassy Girlz.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Joyce Odongo and Regine Bonneau were happy to support Tech Sassy Girlz.

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Liana Busby, Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell and Kharis Hughes were instrumental in putting on the event.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Liana Busby, Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell and Kharis Hughes were instrumental in putting on the event.

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Michael Felix captured the event on his phone.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Michael Felix captured the event on his phone.

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Felecia Hatcher, co-founder of BlackTech Week and Code Fever, was the keynote speaker.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Felecia Hatcher, co-founder of BlackTech Week and Code Fever, was the keynote speaker.

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Deborah Rios Barnes, market development manager for CenturyLink Central Florida, and Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell presented Lorinthian Gasken with a $1,500 scholarship for her daughter, Amari Assefa.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Deborah Rios Barnes, market development manager for CenturyLink Central Florida, and Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell presented Lorinthian Gasken with a $1,500 scholarship for her daughter, Amari Assefa.

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Jenisse Rios received a $5,000 scholarship from Ford.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Jenisse Rios received a $5,000 scholarship from Ford.

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Chaun Avery, Ford sales operations manager, and Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell presented Naia Butler, Jianna Best, Jenisse Rios and Samela Mynas (not pictured) with $5,000 scholarships from Ford.

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Chaun Avery, Ford sales operations manager, and Tech Sassy Girlz founder Laine Powell presented Naia Butler, Jianna Best, Jenisse Rios and Samela Mynas (not pictured) with $5,000 scholarships from Ford.

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Tech Sassy Girlz members at Freedom Middle School held up letters that spelled out “thank you.”

Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 |

Tech Sassy Girlz members at Freedom Middle School held up letters that spelled out “thank you.”

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