Thomasville Times Enterprise

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February 9, 2013

Black history events slated

THOMASVILLE — Several churches will visit The Concerned Citizens Community Club of Boston, 524 N. Johnson St., Boston, in recognition of annual Black History Week this week.

Events are:

• Monday — Rosedale Independent Church, the Rev. Michael Mays, pastor; Randy Smith, assistant pastor

• Tuesday — New Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Dr. James Redmond

• Wednesday — Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Curnell Henry

• Thursday — Centerary Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Michael Johnson

• Friday — Bel-View and Glasgow AME churches, Pastor Joseph Hankins.

Refreshments will be served.

 

 

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