Girls Night Out with Jada Pinkett Smith

Left to right: Morgan Wiggins, State of Maryland parole and probation agent, Evangeline Wiggins, community volunteer, and Kimberly Wiggins-Dillard, Baltimore City court commissioner<br><br>A crowd of more than 300 women, with a smattering of a few men, descended on the Baltimore School for the Arts - the alma mater of actress Jada Pinkett Smith - for a "Girls Night Out" hosted by the Hollywood star. Before Smith took the stage in the auditorium to answer questions from the audience at the Associated Black Charities event, several dozen guests had an opportunity to mingle at a VIP reception, with a chance at meeting Smith when she swung by just before the program.

( Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun / October 23, 2013 )

Left to right: Morgan Wiggins, State of Maryland parole and probation agent, Evangeline Wiggins, community volunteer, and Kimberly Wiggins-Dillard, Baltimore City court commissioner

A crowd of more than 300 women, with a smattering of a few men, descended on the Baltimore School for the Arts - the alma mater of actress Jada Pinkett Smith - for a "Girls Night Out" hosted by the Hollywood star. Before Smith took the stage in the auditorium to answer questions from the audience at the Associated Black Charities event, several dozen guests had an opportunity to mingle at a VIP reception, with a chance at meeting Smith when she swung by just before the program.

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