Raising Spirits and Scholarship Funds
CHESTERTOWN, MD—In a joyous gospel concert to benefit the Vincent Hynson ’87 Scholarship at Washington College, the 100-Voice Choir will be joined by other regional talents that include renowned soloist Lester Barrett, the Crumpton UMC Youth Summer Camp Choir, and the Potters House Youth Praise Dancers. The concert, set for Saturday, Oct. 26, at 3 p.m. in the College’s Decker Theatre, raises awareness and funds in memory of a beloved teacher, coach, pastor and community leader in Kent County.
Advance tickets priced at $5 are available from choir members and at several Chestertown businesses: Music Life, The Bookplate, Twigs and Teacups, and Big Mixx. Admission at the door will cost $7. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m.
Vincent Hynson, who earned his bachelor’s degree from Washington College as a non-traditional student in 1987, died of cancer in 2004. The Vincent Hynson ’87 Scholarship is awarded to a Kent County resident from an underserved population who is an outstanding scholar and who emulates Hynson’s personal qualities and values.
Founded in 2005, the 100-Voice Choir is the vision of Sylvia Frazier, a gospel music producer and promoter who runs S & B Productions with her husband, Bill Frazier. This ninth annual fundraising concert in honor of Vincent Hynson is co-sponsored byWashington College and the Kent County Arts Council. For more information contact S & B Productions at 410-778-6006.