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‘BALTIMORE’S OWN MOVERS & SHAKERS’

RAMBLING ROSE

by Rosa Pryor

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    Branch Morgan III, a native of Baltimore, director of dance at United Baptist Church has choreographed for choirs at Baltimore City College, Salisbury State University, the Arena Players and other performing arts organizations locally and nationally. (Courtesy Photo)


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Hello folks! How are you? Honey child, I got some stuff for you this week. But girlfriend, last week was the BOMB! Boo-Boo and I were all over the place selling and autographing my new book. With that said, I want to thank my readers, fans and friends for such a strong support. It seems like you enjoy my book African-American Community, History & Entertainment in Maryland” (Remembering the Yesterday’s 1940-1980) as much as I enjoyed putting it together. I appreciate that.

Since June 20 of this year, we have sold over 3,000 books in Baltimore and across the country. This past week, I was invited to the Baltimore Book Festival in Mt. Vernon, and there I saw many of my fans, who purchased the book. Check out my new website: www.rambling-rose.com.

This week will be fun and interesting, too. There will be a “Tribute to Mahalia Jackson” this coming weekend, Performing are Lavenia Nesmith, vocalist; musicians are: Harry Jackson on bass, Stephen Kay, pianist; Julian Hipkins, narrator and Terron Whitehead, percussionist Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. at Union Baptist Church, 1219 Druid Hill Avenue. This will be a powerful and heart-warming performance of memorable songs of praise. Admission is free. There will be a free-will offering. Rev. Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway Sr. is the pastor. For more information call 410-523-6880.

Among the events going on this weekend is the “Trinity Chapter #5 Order of the Eastern Stars Fall Cabaret” on Oct. 5, 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. at the Monumental Elks Lodge #3, located 1528 Madison Avenue. BYOB and BYOF, but free-setups will be provided. For more information, call Michelle Lilly at 443-803-9639 or Robert Williams at 443-676-3541. By the way folks, I am a proud member of this chapter, so you know the party is ON! I will see you there!

There will be a banquet honoring Joan D. Campbell, Most Ancient Grand Matron,and Samuel A. Henry, Most Worthy Grand Joshua, from Prince Hall Masons. The Emmanuel Court No. 4 and Fairmount Court No.8 Heroines of Jericho Prince Hall Affiliation invite you to join them on Oct. 6, 4p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Champagne Room, 2701 W. Patapsco Avenue in Baltimore. For more information, contact Joycelyn Hill Johnson at 410-982-2911 or Mayola Williams at 410-525-2364.

The Enlisted Association Chapter #9 is sponsoring a Bull and Oyster Roast and raffling off a wheelbarrow of cheer at their 39th annual event on Oct. 6, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the American Legion Post #22, located 125 York Road in Towson, Md. For tickets and information, call Carlos Hutchins, 443-963-5711, or Ransom Williams Jr. at 443-797-3027. Well, my dear friends, I am out of space and time. Enjoy the rest of your week. Remember, if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at rosapryor@aol.com. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.



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