Gospel Night set for Feb. 23 at APG


The Army Ordnance Center is sponsoring the 30th annual Wilbert Davis Gospel Night at 4 p.m. Feb. 23 to celebrate Black History Month at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Admission is free and open to the public at the APG Post Theater.

The theme for this year's observance is "The Souls of Black Folk: Centennial Reflections."

The program features soloist Robert M. Thomas Jr. from Philadelphia; the Refuge Temple Combined Choir from Aberdeen; the Gospel Tabernacle Deliverance Choir from Aberdeen; soloist Lou Anne Maddox from Gunpowder; Sisters Singing with Anointed Voices from Aberdeen; soloist LaShawna Wright from Oxon Hill; the Mount Zion Male Chorus from Havre de Grace; the Aberdeen Proving Ground Gospel Service; and the Aberdeen Middle School/High School Gospel Choir.

Gospel Night was begun in 1973 by then-Maj. Wilbert Davis.

Access to APG for the performance is available at the Maryland Boulevard Gate, Route 715. An identification card is required.

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