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City of Eastpoint presents Key to city to Local group “Goodie Mob” at Winddown Wednesday In the Point

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City of Eastpoint presents Key to city to Local group “Goodie Mob” at Winddown Wednesday In the Point

 The City of East Point for those who came and rocked out this epic event “Wednesday Wind Down In The Point”.

The event was classic with a full house and featured East Point’s own “Goodie Mob”, The phenomenal band “Jukebox” the dope artist “Kilo Ali”, the legendary “Dana Dane” and the intriguing artist “Cherrelle” – All came to the East side and showed some real love.

Eastpoint Mayor Deana Holiday Ingraham along with members of City Council presented members of the Goodie Mob with the first ever key to the city and proclaimed July 24th Goodie Mob Day.
   

   

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