The Guinea Heritage Association continues its 2020 series of events to celebrate the opening of C.B. Rowe and Son’s Store 100 years ago.
On Feb. 28, Graham Blake presented a lecture on Eldridge Cook’s positive influence on the community. The talk, preceded with a supper of baked potatoes, had about 45 people attending.
The GHA’s next event is an afternoon of gospel music led by the Kellum Family Singers. The “Singspiration” will be held at First Morning Star Baptist Church from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday, March 15. Following the concert, a reception will be held at the church which is located at 8906 Guinea Road near Buck Rowe’s Store.
Donations received at the concert will be used by the GHA to help preserve the building and contents of Buck’s Store as a museum for the public.
The Kellum Singers have developed quite a following, performing on average at three churches a month. The group’s favorite part about performing is making new friends, a release stated. The Kellum family co...
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