Community Fundraiser For Frances "Prin Prin" Smith - The Candy Lady

Friday, June 13, 2014

The Community and Friends of Frances “Prin Prin” Smith, “Candy Lady,” are hosting a fundraiser in an effort to assist the family with her Home Going Celebration. All donations and proceeds will go directly to the family to cover expenses for the funeral.

"We are asking for all religious institutions, pastors and ministers, community organizations, activists, elected officials, friends and concerned citizens to come together to pray for the family to show their love and support," organizers said.

The fundraiser will take place on Saturday from noon - 6 p.m. at the Eat To Live Parking Lot,
107 W. 38th Street (Next to the Bethlehem Center and across from the Village).

For information, contact Brother Kevin Muhammad at 423-645-3712 or Pastor Charlotte Williams at 404-944-6680.


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