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Pathmark Celebrates Black History Month with 9th Annual Gospel Choir Competition at World Financial Center

 

Pathmark Celebrates Black History Month with a Spectacular Event

 

New York February 28

New York’s World Financial Center Winter Garden will come alive with the glorious sound of Gospel Music on Saturday, February 28. The ninth annual Pathmark Gospel Choir Competition, the pride and joy of New York’s Black History Month celebration, invites Gospel music lovers of every age to enjoy inspirational bands, fine soloists and sweet harmonies.  The entertainment includes a special performance by Beyond Blessed. Come for an hour or stay for the day at this free celebration as choirs, famous in their own communities, mark their place in Manhattan.
   

 "Higher Purpose" from the United Community Choir

 

 

Choirs from churches, organizations, schools, unions or corporations will compete for prizes in two divisions. The Youth Division (all members must be 18 and under) competes for prizes totaling $2000. Winners will be receive $1,000 first prize, $600 second and $400 third. Prizes for the Open Division include the $5,000 Grand Prize, $2,000 Second Prize and $1,000 Third Prize.

 

The Youth Division Choirs will sing out first. Their competition begins at 10:30 AM with the winners announced at 12:30 PM. Open Division Choirs compete from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM. Come join in the fun and surprises.



 



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