Gospel Brunch Charity Event to Benefit North Coast Health Ministry

North Coast Health Ministry

Lakewood, Ohio – The joyous voices of two of Greater Cleveland’s gospel groups will ring from the rafters on Sunday, April 21, 2013, at a brunch at Vosh Lakewood to benefit North Coast Health Ministry, a Lakewood-based charitable health center serving the low-income uninsured.

The gospel brunch event will feature the sounds of “One Voice” and “The Tralalas” in concert and a gourmet brunch including coffee, juice and soda, with alcoholic beverages available for purchase.  Two seating times are available–10:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m.

Tickets are $35 for adults and $25 for children age 12 and under.  Reservations can be made online at www.nchealthministry.org/gospelbrunch or by contacting Elizabeth O’Brien at 216-228-7878 ext. 114 or eobrien@nchealthministry.org.  Seating is limited, and all reservations must be made and paid for in advance of the event.

Vosh Lakewood is the newest music destination on Greater Cleveland’s West Side and is located at 1414 Riverside Drive in previously unused space in the former Bonne Bell building.

“The Tralalas” are a local gospel, sixties tribute and jazz group featuring Sandra Bass, Kurana Glaros, Cozzetta Ragland and Ruby Turk.  They have performed at many local venues including the Martin Luther King Jr. tribute at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in January.  Making a special guest appearance at this event will be Art and Joyce Blakey of “The Hesitations.”

“One Voice” has been heralded as a 2012 Gospel Music Elite Award winner.  Joining their voices in praise are Debbie Blackman, Sa’Sharry Garcia, Yolanda Garcia, Frances Lawrence and Lynette Speights.

About North Coast Health Ministry

NCHM is a faith-based charitable health center that provides and optimizes access to health care for the medically underserved.  A vital part of the community health care safety net for the past 27 years, NCHM provides primary care, prescription assistance, specialty referrals and health education to low-income individuals and families.  With the support of over 150 volunteer physicians, nurses and other caregivers, NCHM is the medical home for its patients, providing preventive care and chronic disease management as well as care for acute illnesses and injuries.


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