Pans of Praise Concert

| August 29, 2014 | 11:00 am
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The folks from Pans of Praise invite you to come watch them this evening during a cultural concert thats for a good cause. Click to hear Ashley Johnson speak with Director, Ken Babwah:

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Babwah said the kids are trying to raise money so that they can have a place to worship back home. “There you will hear the young people play the steel drums.” Said Babwah, “It’s going to be an enjoyable event. We hope that everyone will come out to hear them and support them as they are trying to raise funds to build a church in Trinidad.”

The group would love to have everyone out to watch them play traditional songs of Trinidad on the steel drums while supporting the cause. “If we can raise $10,000, it’s not going to get us the land, but it will help to cover some of the cost of getting here. And hopefully we can raise even more to be able to put it toward what we already have and getting that land.” Said Babwah, “You know land in Trinidad is about $100,000 a lot, not an acre, just 4,000 square feet. That’s how expensive land is in Trinidad.”

This is a free will donation event and all donations go to the Christian Mission in Trinidad.  In case of rain, the program will be moved to the Southside Baptist Church in Carrollton.

 

Press Release:

Trinidad’s Pans of Praise Concert

Friday, August 29th

7:00 PM

Walnut Hills Amphitheatre

Carrollton, Missouri

Free Will Donation

All donations go to the Christian Mission in Trinidad

Seating available, but lawn chairs and blankets to spread on the ground are welcome.

No alcoholic beverages permitted.

No smoking appreciated.

Call Cecillia Ostermeyer for more information at 660-622-4139.

Read more: http://www.kmzu.com/event-calendar/trinidads-pans-of-praise-concert-carrollton/#ixzz3ArjX1Wky © 2013 KMZU. All rights reserved.

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