Gospel & Soul 4 full of spirit and song

By |2006-09-21T09:00:00-04:00September 21st, 2006|News|

Human Rights Campaign and KICK-Agency for LGBT African Americans last weekend celebrated the Fourth Annual Gospel and Soul event. The opening reception was held Friday, Sept. 15, at the Art Exchange Gallery and Museum in Detroit, where Dr. Selma Massey, pastor of Whosever Ministry and co-owner of Ashley’s Flowers in Detroit, was presented with this year’s Community Award. The main event, ‘A Motown Celebration,’ took place at Zion Lutheran Church in Ferndale on Sept. 16 and attracted a crowd of just over 200 on Saturday afternoon. The event was keynoted by the Rev. Irene Monroe of Cambridge, Mass. Following the concert, attendees feasted on a complimentary soul food dinner from Ruby’s Kitchen in Detroit.

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