Meridian Star

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April 27, 2014

MCC Gospel Choir to perform Tuesday

MERIDIAN —     Singing both traditional gospel as well as contemporary praise and worship selections, the Meridian Community College Gospel Choir will present its Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 29, at 7 p.m. in the College’s McCain Theater.

Admission is free.

    The MCC Gospel Choir gives students an opportunity to share their talents through the expression of gospel music and to serve as musical ambassadors for the college on campus and in the community, said Deborah Nettles, an advisor to the organization.

    Members of the group include: Brittany Bland of Lauderdale; Aviance Caston of Jackson; Lashley Davis of Chunky; TreQuincy Drinker and Brandon Wilson, both of Waynesboro; Brittany Drummond of Daleville; Carl Henderson of Boligee, Ala.; Monique Knowles of Starkville; Angel Lewis of Quitman; Danielle Smith of Collins; Nicholas Thornton of Newton; Tahkera Anderson, Dennis Brown, Taneshia Burrage; Preston Byrd, Khadayja Coates, Aleah Coleman, Jasmine Collins, Jadqueena Davis, James Dubose, Jessie Fluker, Edward Griffin, Willie Griggs, LaQuandra Harvey, Tyosha Hill, Nathan Latham, Jasmair McClelland, DeAndre Mitchell, Santoreshea Portis, Shereka Rue, Henry Scott, Atalya Sears and Tashiya Ward, all of Meridian.

    For more information, contact Deborah Nettles, Gospel Choir adviser, at 601-553-3404.

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