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Dynamic entertainment with a flare, musical drama and outstanding performances are on the ‘Show of Shows’ agenda featuring Marshall Thompson and The Chi-Lites, The Barrett Sisters with Tina Brown, Kevin Collins, Mitty Collier and Rap Artist Rappn Tate Da Great.

 All of these artists will perform on The International Stage during Probation Challenge’s 34th ‘Portrait of Achievers’ Awards Dinner, August 16, 2013, at the Condesa del mar, 12220 South Cicero Ave., Alsip, IL,  beginning at 7 p.m.  Attendees can enjoy a complete evening of dinner and entertainment for $50. Free parking is available.

Mitty Collier and Rap Artist Rappn Tate Da Great were recently added to Probation Challenge’s entertainment line-up agenda.

‘Portrait of Achievers’ Award recipients are Pastor Lottie Woods Hall, The Intercessory Center, Greenville, South Carolina, and  ‘Hall of Fame’ Award Recipient Marshall Thompson of The Chi-Lites,

The Rev. Harold E. Bailey is President of Probation Challenge and the PCC Internet Broadcast Network.

For more information and ticket reservations call: 773.978.3706.

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