Ms. Hill has been the driving force behind bring the Annual Gospel Fest held each year at Ojibway Island that attracts 1,000 to 2,000 people annually. This event provides a safe place where all people of multi-cultural backgrounds and race come together and enjoy without the threat of violence. It also provides musical entertainment by some of the best artists in the country, a place to bridge the gaps and bring peace and harmony to the community. The Gospel Fest features performances by local and national gospel musicians, food, games, contests, horseback riding, health screenings and more. The event has something for everyone with various choirs, quartets, mime dancers, hip-hop, rock and country gospel music. The proceeds from this festival will be used to help a Saginaw County student pursue their dreams of achieving a college degree in musical arts.
- Graduating high school senior, current undergrad, or grad students
- Pursuing a degree in Musical Arts
- Saginaw County resident
- Full or part-time enrollment
For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.