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Sunday, February 2, 2014
Black History Month Events in Kingsport
FEBRUARY 14 -- Our annual Soul Food Gathering in the Riverview Community Room, Wheatley Street, V.O. Dobbins Sr. Complex.
FEBRUARY 15 -- "Get on the Bus" to the Nathanael Greene Museum in Greeneville, TN
FEBRUARY 16 -- Our annual Black History Program at the Lamplight Theatre, Broad Street, Kingsport. Entertainment by Billy Wayne and Tainted Saints, Witness, Full Gospel Mission Choir, L# Ministries, Anointted Grace, the Bethel A.M.E. Zion Choir, Saxophonist Casey McClintock and the New Vision Youth drama of "Who Am I?"
All events are free and open to the public.. Everybody is welcome to come join us to celebrate the history of African-Americans in Kingsport and our region.
For more information, contact Johnnie Mae Swagerty (423) 429-7553 or Jaquetta Hale (423) 579-4651.