The Pike County Branch NAACP, along with the Concerned Citizens of Pike County will sponsor the annual Black History Program at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29 at Old Mt. Calvary Outreach Center at 480 Second Street in Concord. The theme this year is ‘˜Understanding Our Past to Inform Our Future.’’We invite everyone to come and support us and enter participants on the program,’ said Patricia Beckham. ‘We will have singers and the Pike County Community Mass Choir as well as dancers, poetry by Amy Miller of Pike County Middle School and a skit titled A Peaceful Protest which was written by Patricia Beckham, Regina Bridges and LaTreace Key.’Â For more information, all Linda Parks at 770-468-4621.
Black History Month program set for Feb. 29
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