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Hash to speak at Black History program

By MELINDA WILLIAMS

melinda@southwesttimes.com

 

Fairlawn pastor Gary Hash will be the keynote speaker for a free Black History Month program to be held at New River Community College, Sunday, Feb. 9.

The 3 p.m. event, sponsored by NRCC and its Black History Committee, will be held in Room 117 of Edwards Hall, on the Dublin campus.

Hash, senior pastor and co-founder of the Jubilee Christian Center in Fairlawn, will offer his thoughts on “thinking generationally.” Jubilee Christian Center Praise and Worship Center and the Glorylanders will provide musical entertainment.

Hash and his wife, Colette, travel nationally and internationally with Gary Hash Ministries Inc. They trained with Marriage Ministries International and are members of Fellowship of Covenant Ministries International in Elk Grove, Calif.

The Hashes serve as regional directors with Fellowship Covenant Ministries and Gary Hash serves as a trustee.

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