Sorority salutes arts

Posted: April 3, 2014 at 4 a.m.

COURTESY PHOTO Syleena Johnson, Grammy Award-nominated rhythm-and-blues singer-songwriter, will be part of the entertainment at the Crimson and Cream Ball benefit for Delta Sigma Theta on Saturday.

Syleena Johnson, Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer-songwriter, Leela James and mistress of ceremonies Ebony Steele will help a local nonprofit organization raise money for scholarships at Saluting the Arts on Saturday.

Crimson and Cream Scholarship Ball: Saluting the Arts

What: Live R&B performances, dinner, dancing, silent auction

When: 6:30 p.m. Saturday

Where: Holiday Inn in Springdale

Tickets: $60

Attire: Black and white after 5

Information: nwadst.org

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