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Kittie Sanson Chapel

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Barber-Scotia College


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www2.independenttribune.com

On Sunday, there will be a gospel program at Barber-Scotia College's Kittie M. Sanson Chapel at 3 p.m. with dancing, singing and poetry.
The service is titled, "Experience the Legacy, a Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr."


www2.independenttribune.com

Location: Kittie M. Sanson Chapel, Barber-Scotia College


www.independenttribune.com

The play will be performed at 3 and 7 p.m. today and 3 p.m. Sunday at Barber-Scotia's Kittie Sanson Chapel.


www.independenttribune.com [cached]

A worship service to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Barber-Scotia College's Kittie M. Sanson Chapel.Students and faculty from the school along with members of the HIV/AIDS Council of Cabarrus County are organizing the program. The event, called "Stepping Up to the Plate," will include prayers for healing, community education and compassion.Information about HIV testing and other related resources will be available at the college's chapel.


www.fmbc-concord.org

Kittie Sampson Chapel
Barber Scotia College


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