Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC)
GIAC Black History Month Talent Show
The Greater Ithaca Activities Center will be having its annual Black History Talent Show Friday, February 28th, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Kulp Auditorium at Ithaca High School. The community is asked to join us in the free event.
GIAC is looking for performers and groups for to help us celebrate Black History Month. If you are interested please contact GIAC by Thursday, February 13 at 272-3622.
The Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC) is a center for all ages, particularly youth and teens. It serves the immediate neighborhood and the greater Ithaca area by providing multicultural, educational and recreational programs focused on social and individual development.
The Center's programs include services dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people we serve; advocating for the rights and needs of youth, families, underrepresented and disenfranchised populations; providing structured employment training opportunities for at risk youth and adults; and fighting against oppression and intimidation in our community.
The Center executes this mission through its own programming and by drawing on the resources of other community agencies and individuals.
|GIAC Director:||Marcia Fort|
|GIAC Deputy Director:||Leslyn McBean-Clairborne|
|GIAC Executive Assistant:||Lana Milton|
|GIAC Program Administrator:||Travis Brooks|
|GIAC Program Coordinator (Recreation & Facilities):||Michael Thomas|
|GIAC Program Coordinator (Over 60 Adults):||Zachary Nelson|
|GIAC Program Coordinator (Youth):||Jenna Stroud|
|GIAC Program Coordinator (Pre-Teen & Teen):||Sean Norman|