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Gospel Music aims to lift up CAMTAN


Local health disparity prevention, education and assistance outreach seeks community support. Musical performances offer spiritual inspiration and financial opportunity to combat health disparities, including the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Saturday, August 23 will see the Summer Health Disparity Gospel Benefit Musical for CAMTAN, at 7 PM. CAMTAN, the Clarksville Area Ministerial Technical Assistance Network, was founded to combat the HIV/AIDS pandemic in a seven county area. It has expanded to include additional health disparities that negatively impact health among lower socio-economic groups. It is a non-government funded, faith-based, non-profit organization seeking to positively impact our community’s most vulnerable residents. All of its outreach is paid for with private pledges and donations and some grants funding.

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The health disparity gospel benefit musical will be held at the Clarksville School of Religion, 1325 Dodd Street, 7 PM. Special guests are the Bryson Boyz, Elder Wayne Hayes, David English and others. Church groups are encouraged to send in their offerings early. For those wishing to support the organization but unable to attend the event, mail-in donations are accepted. See contact address below.

Be it personal, business, organizational or house of worship in origin, CAMTAN always welcomes donations. For more info on how you can help or about their support services, write them at: CAMTAN, 1325 Dodd Street, Clarksville, TN 37040. Call at 931-647-5777 or 249-4262.


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