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Aldine Y.O.U.T.H Community Center presents the first Annual Back to School Celebration Saturday

The schools are open and the stage is set for an afternoon of fun, fellowship and a variety of live Christian music! Anyone dropping by for the day can expect a tremendous amount of fun. The celebration features a moonwalk, games, food booths and some of Houston’s rising Christian musical performing artists.

It’s the first annual Back to School Celebration at the Aldine Y.O.U.T.H. Community center at 4700 Aldine Mail Route, next to Hambrick Middle School. It’s a chance to hear the Gospel of Jesus. Residents in the area can also learn about all the resources available in the Aldine Mail Route area. Festivities will run from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, August 17th.

Everyone’s invited to come by. Many area churches will be set up to let you know more about their organizations and what they have to offer. Some people feel awkward when they try to find a church. This is a chance for neighbors in the area to visit with members of the area churches in a more relaxed, social environment and find out more about Jesus Christ and the religious organizations that honor Him.

In addition to learning all about the opportunities and resources in the area, prayer areas will be set up as we gather to pray for our children teachers, neighborhoods, community leaders, nation and world. Individual prayer is also being offered for those who request it. A clothing give away is also planned for those in need.

Amid all the fun, will be a variety of performers and Christian musical artists performing Christian Hip-Hop, Latino and Contemporary praise and worship hits. Among those taking the stage will be SOTE, Tragedy from Southern Gospetality Records, along will Trey-9 and Cold Cutz. The Gonzalez family of Spring Tabernacle will bring a Hispanic sound to the stage in both Spanish and English. It’s expected to be a spiritually wonderful time for all.

Everyone dropping by for the afternoon is encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets and maybe even an umbrella to beat the heat. Water stations will be set up free of charge and there will be refreshments and food for sale.

Churches or other area service organizations that want to set up an information table can still do so. Clothing donations are also still being taken. Anyone needing more information about helping out or getting involved should call the Aldine Y.O.U.T.H Community Center at 281-449-4828.