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Gospel group to perform at Coshocton Farmers’ Market

| September 12, 2014

COSHOCTON – Farmers market shoppers will have the chance to enjoy a little Gospel Music and give back to the community this week.

H.I.S. (He is Supreme), which consists of Bob Entrekin and Preston Palmer, will start playing at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Coshocton Farmers’ Market at the fairgrounds. They also will collect paper goods and monetary donations for the Second Chance Homeless Shelter.

“We play old time Gospel Music with a little bit of pop,” Entrekin said. “It’s all religious music, but once in a while we’ll play country.”

H.I.S. also promises to put on a great show and do all they can to help the homeless.

“If people want to listen and are still giving I’ll play until noon,” Baker said. “We want to help the homeless however we can. We will take cash donations or pocket change, whatever people can give.”

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