Bradley Academy, Bellwood Preschool and Murfreesboro City Schools Community Outreach are celebrating the legacy of the black community with Serving Up Soul, an African-American cultural night.
The public is invited to enjoy the culture through art, food and music from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at Patterson Park Community Center in Murfreesboro.
Serving Up Soul will celebrate the African-American rich culture and heritage. During this event there will be community agency booths, a soul food tasting and silent acution, as well as art displays and entertainment from the black community and students from Bradley Academy and Bellwood.
Serving as guest speaker for the event is WSMV reporter Larry Flowers, who began his career in 1990 after graduating from the University of Southern Mississippi.
He has won many awards, including Mississippi’s best photographer from the Associated Press, as well a regional award for his crime stoppers reporting in the southeast.
Flowers currently works full time covering Murfreesboro and the surrounding Rutherford County area with Channel 4 News.
For more information or to donate a silent auction item, call Candy Clifford at 615-893-4442.
Patterson Park Community Center is located at 521 Mercury Blvd. in Murfreesboro.