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Warren Sherman Festival / ToledoHipHop4Peace Gathering

Posted Aug 27th, 2012 by Mac McCluster  Category: Community Interest

 

Press Release

A Toledo tradition returns as Eric Brian King and King Law Office Present The Warren-Sherman Festival on Saturday September 1, 2012 from Cherry St. and Bancroft to Inez Nash Park on Bancroft. The Warren-Sherman Area will come alive with events and activity for the community, families and people of all ages.
The Warren-Sherman Festival Committee has been planning for months to bring back this great community event and with the help of Eric Brian King and King Law Offices a great Toledo tradition has returned. The festival will feature events like The Northend Custom Car and Bike Show which will be at Cherry St. and Bancroft at the St’ Vincent’s Lot across from M&K Paint and Body Shop, 93.1FM Jam Packed Radio Concert Series bring a host of live entertainment from area artist , XI Models Runway Challenge as well as a host of community organizations, Toledo Food Bank , St Vincent Medical Center , Frederick Douglass Community Association just to name a few.
With the events of the last few weeks it has become more important than ever that we take back our community and our city and it is sad that as we were planning this great community event that the shooting of two baby girls happen right in our midst. It’s has become clear to the committee that we must stand up for not only the Warren-Sherman Area but for our whole community and the City of Toledo. We ask you to join us on Saturday September 1, 2012 as we stand up for our families, community and the City of Toledo at The Warren-Sherman Festival and Northend Custom Car and Bike Show. The festival starts at 11:00am and Ends at 6:00pm
Thank you
Peggy Brown
Chairman of the Warren-Sherman Festival Committee

Virgilio Baker
The Millennium Media Group of America, LLC

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