I don’t know about all y’all, but I have been in the house more than ever for two years now. Getting out to attend the event described below is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to be informed and entertained! 

This Saturday, February 19, from 6 to 8 p.m., First Baptist Church is pre­sent­ing “A Tribute to Black History: Our Heritage, Our Culture.” I have reg­is­tered to attend via the FBC Winchester Facebook page, and hope you do also.  Registration is encour­aged, but not required.  Masks are required. 

First Baptist Church presents “A Tribute to Black History: Our Heritage, Our Culture.” Come out for an evening of African history, drumming, dancing, singing, storytelling, and audience participation. It will be an entertaining and educating experience!
First Baptist Church presents “A Tribute to Black History: Our Heritage, Our Culture.” Come out for an evening of African his­to­ry, drum­ming, danc­ing, singing, sto­ry­telling, and audi­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion. It will be an enter­tain­ing and edu­cat­ing experience!

  • Sabrina Puckett

    Sabrina Puckett has lived in Winchester since 1989. In 2015 she retired from her work in Adult Protective Services with the State after 26 years. Since then, she has worked in Winchester in home­less ser­vices and com­mu­ni­ty men­tal health. She is a mem­ber of Better Together Winchester, Emmanual Episcopal Church, and is a mem­ber of the WinCity News and Views advi­so­ry board. Her favorite role cur­rent­ly is grand­moth­er to a red-head­ed tod­dler boy.