In order to Celebrate Black History Month with music, history, and community service, Jasmen Hunter’s used her senior project as an opportunity to perform black music through history. For those of you who don't know her or haven't seen her perform in our school plays, Jasmen is both an incredibly talented singer and actress here at BHS. “I love music and a concert seemed like the perfect choice.” she says of her senior project. When I asked her of her own inspirations, she told me that “Beyoncé and Michael Jackson have always inspired me and continue to do so.” So she decided to put on a concert that would celebrate her passion and her history. “I hope people walk away from this more cultured and interested in soul and funk.” this show was certainty an event that couldn’t be missed. And, in order to further serve her community, Jasmen asked only for donations of canned goods to support the Food Pantry and the Bedford Presbyterian Church as the pseudo admission price. If you liked a treat during intermission, you could also buy some delicious goodies from Cia Galatas to support her medical mission trip to Panama. This celebration highlighted the BHS community’s devotion to both diversity and community service in the most interactive and entertaining fashion!