Shyne Awards held at Pittsburgh's CAPA high school
“This is like the Grammys for them,” said red-carpet host Miyoshi Anderson. “This is like one of those hidden gems that's out there, really encouraging kids to be leaders.”
On Aug. 9, Chelsea Marie Lewis, Seairra Barrett, Nicole Gadsden, Jesse and Joziah Council, LoRen Knight, Sahara Duncan, Jasmyne Gray and Charles Scales III were lauded during the 8th annual Shyne Awards, which celebrates positive achievements made by young adults.
Held at CAPA high school, the evening recognized co-founders Darnell Drewery and Orlana Darkins Drewery, as well as Gwendolyn J. Elliott Lifetime Achievement Awardee Chris Moore of WQED.
“I think, for young people, it helps to build their self-confidence and realize they have a lot of potential,” said Marcia Lewis, aunt to Chelsea Marie.
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