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Deirdre Fields-Wilson


Is owned and operated by Deirdre Fields-Wilson with assistance from her family and friends. "We Light and Reflect Your Way To Beautiful Gifts". As designer of TEDDEEZtm Lamps and Mirrors we look for cultural expressive ways to attract , keep and give back to our customers for there support. It is our intention to always offer a variety of products from other small entrepreneurs as well. This annual event is where we pull together the community in a wonderful day of remembering.

JUNETEENTH also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day. It is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Its official date is June 19, 1865, two years after the signing.

You are invited to join us in this wonderful day of edutainment. The days speaker will be Brother Kaba Hiawatha Kamene aka Booker T. Coleman Jr. His presentation will be "Preparing our children for the 21st century". For some soul stirring we have The Aquaman Music Ministry with director Paul Chaplin. Taking us back to journey in the past The Colored Waiting Room presentation returns with sister Barbara Haskins-Scott turning up the heat. Our annual Anita Herring Community Service Award will be presented. For our little ones Mrs Scott will have a reading corner and Precious Promise The Christian Clown will keep the giggles going. Can't forget the food, dinner is included with every ticket purchase,  the kitchen will be Deez Family of helpers and promises to be finger licking good.  Don't forget to support our vendors who supplied these wonderful gifts. Our games and prizes will be in full effect so, get your thinking caps on.

QPTV, Fade To Black programming produced by Brother Phillip Howell will be recording live. 

s6kmedia under the digital direction of Darryl Montgomery will be interviewing and big screening the happenings.

This will be a wonderful day for all! See you there!

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