Los Angeles, CA – The three-time GRAMMY Award winner Donnie McClurkin is gearing up for his biggest event to date and it’s not for a concert performance. In fact it’s not about the platinum-selling artist at all; but rather a desire to share needed information that will empower people.
McClurkin will bring his Perfecting Music Conference to Milwaukee, WI area May 19 – 21; workshops and health fair will be held at Christian Faith Fellowship Church.
Day One May 19 will open with a free multicultural Job/Career Fair at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center located at 509 W. Wisconsin Avenue from 11:00am -3:00pm.
The day will include career counseling, resume building, tips on successful interviewing, free training classes, with hiring opportunities for permanent and, temporary jobs. Local residents can listen out for more details on WKKV (V100.7-FM).
On May 20 and 21 McClurkin will host a two-day conference for those interested in pursuing a career in the music industry or simply learning the business, as well as sessions in ministry that is equally engaged in the edification and training of the local church.
A low registration fee of $40 is required for these workshops. The daytime workshops and panels will be conducted by some of the top names in the gospel music industry.
Currently on board is Verity recording artist, Deitrick & Damita Haddon, Judith McAllister, Bishop Darrell Hines along with other local pastors, leaders and ministers of music who will be announced later.
The goal of PMC is to expand the role of ministry in the music industry and to serve as a platform for the advancement of artists, musicians, and ministry leaders.
Industry veterans will head up sessions geared towards Evangelism, Music/Arts Dept., Church Administration, Praise and Worship and Liturgical Dance; while the business sessions will cover Radio Seminar, Marketing Branding, Record Deals, Recording 101and Developing a Label.
“It’s time to realize that our diversities should not separate us,” McClurkin said.
“I’m extremely excited about bringing this three-day event to the Milwaukee area. The workshops, job and health fair all is designed to empower the people and give them hope for tomorrow. I want this display of unity to show the true love of God and true love of man,” he added.
On Saturday, May 21 Boston Scientific and Close The Gap, will partner with PMC to present a free Multicultural Health & Wellness Fair at Christian Faith Fellowship Church.
Awareness booths and free health screening opportunities are being held 11:00am -3:00pm. Information on nutrition, private healthcare and insurance, organ donor programs, bone marrow donations, substance abuse, dental/mental health, hypertension, diabetes, women and men’s health, HIV-Aids Testing and vision will be provided.
Also available screening for blood glucose and blood pressure, acupuncture, self-defense training, HIV Testing, BMI, traditional healing, stress management and aerobic exercise, healthy food, games and prizes will also offered.
After attending the first PMC in Chicago, Bishop Darrel Hines immediately requested the conference to come to Milwaukee. “I am excited about hosting my long time friend, Pastor Donnie McClurkin’s Perfecting Music Conference here at Christian Faith Fellowship Church, in Milwaukee, WI. If you’re interested in advancing your church administration, music ministry and receiving insight on so much more, there’s no better place to be than CFFC on May 20-21st, 2011,” stated Bishop Hines.
Lending their name power and brand to Perfecting Music Conference are sponsors such as:
Urban Ministries Inc., Subway Eat Fresh, Boston Scientific and Close The Gap. Milwaukee is the second stop of seven cities that will host PMC in 2011. Make sure you’re not left out of this motivating experience by reserving your spot right away. Register today!
Additional information on the music and ministry conference can be found on-line at http://www.perfectingmusicconference.com/ and fans can check out www.donnieradio.com for local listings and airs times for the Donnie McClurkin Show radio broadcast.
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