Council of the City of Pittsburgh recognized Mr.
Ashley G. Woodson for his strong will, determination,
and strong belief in the African American community by declaring
Monday, November 9, 2009, "Brotha
Ash Productions Day"
in the City of Pittsburgh. I thank God for this great
honor, City Councilwoman Tonya Payne, Darlene M. Harris, Theresa
Kail Smith, Bruce A. Kraus, Jim Motznik, Douglas Shields, Patrick
Dowd, William Peduto and Reverend Ricky Burgess. I also
thank my family and friends who came out to support me on this
historical day and a big shout out to Emmai Alaquiva
of Yamomzhouse Recording Studios. Now that we have a day
to continue doing what we do for the community, look out for bigger
and better things to come soon.
YOU TO ALL OF OUR BAP
TONIGHT AND COME OUT TO CELEBRATE
THE BIG DAY AT VARIOUS HOT SPOTS IN THE 'BURGH!
NOVEMBER 9, 2012
I'LL BE AT SAVOY RESTAURANT, CJ'S IN THE STRIP, ART'S IN THE STRIP, TIM'S BAR IN THE HILL DISTRICT, AVA LOUNGE IN EAST LIBERTY AND THE GALAXY LOUNGE IN HOMEWOOD!
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