Stillwater Center - "Day of Praise" - Saturday, September 28th

The residents of Stillwater Center would like to invite you to attend the “Day of Praise” on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from noon until 6 p.m. on the front lawn of Stillwater Center, 8100 N. Main Street in Dayton. This is a free community event featuring local artists in Ohio:

Elder Kevin Beamon

Ben Lofton & Friends

Abundant Life Praise Dancers

Kenya Metcalf

Alan Cunningham

Brasean

Ryan Whitfield & Jamar Freeman

Hands in Harmony

Nicole “Shug” Nelson

Lashawn McLemore

The Ditto Family

Norman Kellum

Deeply Committed

Grilled hamburgers, hotdogs, snacks and beverages will be sold for a nominal fee. Proceeds from food sales will go towards the resident activity account.

Located just south of Meijer in Englewood & Good Samaritan North

Contact: Catina Lofton

Stillwater Center

8100 N Main St.

Dayton, OH 45415

937-890-0646 ext 1160

loftonc@mcohio.org

Day of Praise

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