Politics & Jazz
Coming Soon to Our Brothers Place
On Sunday, August 27,
2017, a program featuring Pancakes, Politics & Jazz
will be happening at Our Brothers Place - 233 N. Huron
Street in downtown Toledo. The program begins at 1:00 pm.
And will end around 4:00 p.m.
Breakfast will be served
between 1 and 2:00 p.m. Immediately following breakfast
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson will spend a few minutes offering
remarks and discussing issues of concern that she has for
the city. Council members Cecelia Adams, PhD; Yvonne Harper;
Tyrone Riley and Larry Sykes will also spend a few minutes
addressing such issues.
The audience will have an
opportunity to ask questions of the elected officials and
provide opinions on topics of interest. Following the
question and answer session comes the jazz portion of the
afternoon as vocalist Karen “Lady K” Harris entertains with
her smooth jazz stylings.
The cost for audience
participation is $20 per person. Pancakes, Politics &
Jazz is an effort to educate the public about current
political issues while enjoying good food and smooth jazz.
This is an opportunity to have fun and also learn about
local matters affecting our community.
Pancakes, Politics & Jazz
is sponsored by Paul L. Hubbard, Keith L. Mitchell and The
Sojourner’s Truth Newspaper. If you have any questions,
please contact Paul Hubbard at 419-471-9719, Attorney Keith
Mitchell at 419-255-4480 or Publisher Fletcher Word at