9th Annual "Inspire Passions & Change Lives" Benefit Breakfast

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Renton Pavilion Event Center

233 Burnett Ave S

Renton, WA 98056

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Mark your calendars and join us on: Monday, April 30, 2018 for our 9th Annual Fundraising Breakfast "Inspire Passions & Change Lives".

We are excited announce this year's Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Quinton Morris, RHS Alumnus, Class of 1996

Join us for a complimentary breakfast to listen and see the programs that our school foundation supports in the Renton School District. Engaging videos, inspiriring students and teachers, musical performances and for the 9th year Meeghan Black, will be our emcee. You will also enjoy a special appearance by Seahwks Mascot, Blitz.

Please be prepared to make a generous donation to support: STEM, Music & Arts and Literacy.

Not able to attend? Go on line and make a donation now!

Space is limited, reservations required.

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Check in begins at 7 am; Program is from 7:30 to 9:00 am


There is 2 hours of free parking in the City Center Parking Garage across from the event center. Please follow this link to learn more:

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Quinton Morris

"In all of my musical and entrepreneurial pursuits, I strive to bring people together through music and art," Dr. Quinton Morris.

Dr. Quinton Morris, is a concert violinist, educator, entrepreneur, and filmmaker and has a longstanding commitment to his local community. Quinton is a a Renton native, Renton High School Alumnus, class of 1996 and in 2016 founded, Key to Change, a nonprofit whose mission is to ignite positive change in the world through music education. Key to Change has violin studios in South King County, which serves middle and high school students of color and lower economic backgrounds in Renton, Kent, Auburn, Maple Valley, and Federal Way.

Dr. Morris has travelled extensively as both a performer and an educator, engaging with students and audiences from diverse geographic and socioeconomic backgrounds to cultivate a sense of creativity and community. He is the Director of Chamber and Instrumental Music and Associate Professor of Violin and Chamber Music at Seattle University.

Dr. Morris has been highlighted in many news articles, including the Renton Reporter:


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Please e-mail Pam Teal at with any questions.

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Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

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