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Willow Hill Festival to dedicate a new exhibit on Saturday
Alumnus who sang on local radio to speak at breakfast
W Willow Hill - Bishop Raleigh Lee
Bishop Raleigh Lee Jr.
The third annual Willow Hill Heritage Festival will feature the opening of a new museum exhibit spotlighting the legacy of local African-American educator William James and the school named for him. Saturday’s festival at the Historic Willow Hill School also brings an accomplished Willow Hill alumnus, Bishop Raleigh Lee Jr., as speaker for the prayer breakfast. The breakfast will begin the day’s events at the site, now the Willow Hill Heritage and Renaissance Center, at 9 a.m. The festival activities will be open from noon until 6 p.m. These include food and merchandise vending, tours of the history exhibits, and a Kids Zone with games and inflatables.
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