Richmond, VA — (October 4, 2016) – Save the date (Saturday, December 10, 2016 @ 6p.m.) for a special evening as RVA comes together to celebrate “THE GIFT” with Gospel Recording artists Jekalyn Carr, Tamika Patton, First Lady Taleshia L. Chandler, Almeta Ingram Miller and Sheilah Belle “The Belle.”
This epic and historic evening will take place at St. Paul’s Baptist Church, 4247 Creighton Road, Richmond, VA at 6p.m. and is absolutely FREE to the Public.
Also share in the healing process with featured guests Deloris Whitaker, Martina Smith, Laurie Westbrook, Radio One’s Reggie B., Karen Shelton Williams, Carrie Warrick and Gwendolyn Douglas.
This will be a powerful evening to celebrate life, Caregivers, Cancer Survivors, Breast Cancer Survivors, and anyone who has been in an extremely challenging situation, but beat the odds with God’s help during your journey.
“We often hear people say, ‘Early detection is key’, when it comes to getting a mammogram, However I would like to change that to, ‘Early detection can save your life,” says Sheilah Belle. Words are powerful and understanding the importance of getting your mammogram and how that is communicated to the public CAN save lives. I sincere pray we are able to communicate that point during “The Gift!”
Come expecting to be empowered, uplifted and inspired!
The colors for the evening are Winter White, Pink, or Black, or anything festive!
We are coming together to celebrate life and to thank Jesus for it!
Please JOIN us for this special evening as we celebrate life and YOU! You don’t want to miss this!
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