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Rare of Breed LIVE in Fundraiser for TOPS

Dothan – (WDNews) Randilynn Horne has been working with TOPS/Moma Tinas Mission House for 12 years and is now launching Mable’s Project, a ministry that offers tools for healing to those in need.

Horne plans to host a benefit event with Rare of Breed and three other artists to raise funds for emergency repairs at Moma Tina’s Mission House and to support the TOPS Healing and Growing Garden. The goal is to bring positive music, a street festival, and community engagement to Dothan, Alabama.

Horne has attached a sponsorship package and is seeking assistance. Moma Tina’s Mission House has been providing meals to the community for 23 years, but the need is increasing while funds are decreasing.

To address this, she has created a community garden that will provide vegetables for the meals served. The garden will also offer therapeutic benefits for individuals struggling with addiction and mental health issues. The event is scheduled for June 9, 2024, and all sponsors and vendors must submit applications and pay fees by May 25, 2024, using money orders or PayPal.

Contact for information 334- 424-5845 or email williamsrandilynn@gmail.com