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May 2021 Men Of Vision Inc Academic Scholarship
10/21/2020 - News Channel 8
"Hillsborough county schools to change Black history curriculum"
Men of Vision's Anthony Walker, a Spoto High School Junior was part of that task force. He said it’s extremely important for students to take part.
NEWS Channel 8 TAMPA
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Keep Tampa Beautiful Scholarship 100 Hours of Service
07/25/2020 - News Channel 8
"These guys lend a hand to those in needs"
Men of Vision every Saturday, you can find a group of high school students, volunteering their time by handing out food to those in need.
NEWS Channel 8 TAMPA
07/24/2020 - News Channel 8
"These guys raise awareness for needs"
Men of Vision is featured today on NEWS Channel 8 TAMPA. Hillsborough’s Men of Vision raises money to buy computers for students in need.
08/3/2018 - Fox News
"These guys are a cut above"
Men of Vision is featured today on FOX 13 NEWS TAMPA. This is whats great about Tampa Bay!
3/1/2005 - 6/11/2019
Hezekiah B. Walters, 14, was a member of Men of Vision, a local non-profit for teens. He collapsed while participating in football conditioning drills at Middleton High School in Tampa on Wednesday and later died.
Hezekiah B. Walters Scholarship awarded in the presentation. December 2019
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12/06/2018 - Florida Sentinel
Several members of Men of Vision were designated as Honor Roll students.
With their trademark bow ties and dapper dress, Men of Vision are a group of young men who have made it their goal to learn leadership skills while making a positive impact in our community. Jul 24, 2018
2018 -ONYX MAGAZINE article
Men Of Vision was praised in ONYX Magazine on how M.O.V. provides a level of support, discipline and accessibility to positive role models.
2018 -Florida Sentinel article
Several young men of Men Of Vision served meals
to the community at the Trinity Cafe, the day after Christmas last year December 2017.
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