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Wowed by ‘The Wiz Live!’

Hundreds attended end of summer stage show and viewed art exhibition Hundreds from the community of Richmond Heights joined the SBC Community Development Corp. for its summer culminating musical production, “The Wiz Live!” and art exhibition dubbed There's No Place Like Home at Second Baptist Church. "The outcome of all the events, children performances, and attendance was a success," says SBC CDC Program Coordinator Sharon E. A. Coleman. "But the real success was seeing 10-15 businesses, organizations, and nonprofits work together to serve their community as one body. Community collaboration is the key to impacting people on a larger scale and is priceless to families in need. In Richmond H

500 Residents Attend The “No Place Like Home” Exhibit In Richmond Heights

MUCE had the AMAZING opportunity to bring a 3 day fun-filled art experience to 500 residents of the rich city of Richmond Heights, August 2nd – 4th. Thanks to the SBC Community Development Corporation, students from 5 surrounding summer camps participated in gallery tours hosted by the MUCE team Lisa Nellicliff & Ashlee Thomas. The gallery featured art work from established artists: Robert Mcknight, Tavare Hill, and Nate Dee – all home grown from the Richmond Heights area. It also included artwork from MUCE Summer Series exhibitors: Erica Appleby, Anthony Lumpkin, J. Alix Gauchier, Bermy Drovil, and Joe Wesley. More than 300 students attended the (3) day field-trip and for many, it was th

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