News from across the globe for 3.22.19.
Wedgewood Church received community outpouring after vandalism, St. John’s Baptist Church will honor George Williamson, Hildreth has put in a bid for County Commission, Charlotte Pride Band is having a concert, Condom Courture hits the runway, MCC Charlotte has a new pastor and William Ivey Long is being honored with a musical tribute.
Rev. Dr. Nancy Ledins, 84, died during the week of July 16 and was a member of Wedgewood Church, the Charlotte Pride Band will perform at the Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade on Aug. 26-27 and has extended an invitation to musicians to join them and The iconic Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize recipient “Rent” will be making its Queen City run from Sept. 26-Oct. 1 at the Blumenthal Arts Belk Theatre.
Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce President Melissa Morris has stepped down, the Actor’s Theatre is reopening in new space, Wedgewood Church is holding grief workshops, the Charlotte Pride Band is in concert in November and the Charlotte Gay & Lesbian Fund will hold its first Habitat for Humanity band build.