Calhoun plans Black History activities|
By Bayne Hughes
DAILY Education Writer
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Calhoun Community College will celebrate Black History Month with music, reading, a dance and a rescheduled remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.
The 15th annual Gospel Fest is Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Aerospace Technology Center. Performers and musical groups from local churches will perform. Admission is free.
An African-American reading is Feb. 7 at noon in the school library's green room.
Participants can bring in books or poems to read and discuss. Refreshments are provided.
The college postponed the Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration in January and rescheduled it for Feb. 22 at 11 a.m. in the Fine Arts building.
The program features the drama club and choir of Davis Hills Middle School in Huntsville.
The Black Student Alliance is planning its first-ever Black History Heritage Ball for Feb. 26. The group will announce more details later.
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