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• Innes Street/Long Street Corridor Study Committee first meeting today 8-11 a.m., City Hall Council Chamber.
Woman at the Well Women’s Conference at New Faith Full Gospel Fellowship Center, 402 Oakwood Ave., Lexington. Open to the public. Begins Friday Aug. 16, 7:30 p.m. with Janice Heath of Greater Higher Grounds Ministry of W-S. Continues Saturday Aug. 17, 9 a.m.: registration $20 for workshops (10 a.m.) and lunch. Speakers Jeanell McIver of Kingdom Minded Citizens Worship Center of High Point and Pastor Faith Tuttle of Sweet Holy Spirit Family Worship Cathedral of W-S. Details at 336-861-4497.
• Moore’s Chapel AME Zion revival continues through Thursday. 7 p.m. tonight: Rev. Dr. Bertha Pittman of Cedar Grove AME Zion Cleveland; Thursday: Bishop Willie Gray of Freedom United Church of God and New Jerusalem Holiness. Moore’s Chapel is at 5890 S. River Church Road, Cleveland., 704-278-2885.
• Miracle Temple Church community fish fry, Saturday Aug. 17, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 1340 N. Long St. Information 704-401-9104.
Fish fry fundraiser, Saturday Aug. 17, 11 a.m. until. Held at 802 N. Long St. Sponsored by Refuge Church of God in Christ, Rev. Stanley Wright, pastor.

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