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Lufkin black history program set for Thursday night

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LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

February celebrates black history, and several Lufkin organizations are coming together to honor the history and future of black history.

Lufkin's city- wide black history program is Thursday at 7:00 p.m.at the Long Chapel CME Church.

This is the 7th year for the program and organizers say it will be filled with great orations, uplifting dance, and soulful music from the Texas College Concert Choir from Tyler.

"It's a great opportunity for us to get together and network and show our community youth what they can do once they graduate from school and as long as we can continue to influence them for good they can go far," said Joselle Williams.

 The guest speaker is attorney Lydia Johnson an Associate Municipal Judge for the City of Houston.

The program is free and the entire community is invited.

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