ECU Gospel Choir performs for Congressional Black Caucus

The ECU Gospel Choir performed in Washington, D.C. Sept. 20 for the Congressional Black Caucus Leadership Weekend. (Photos courtesy of Ray Rogers, Office of Congressman Butterfield)

Thirty-five musicians from the East Carolina University Gospel Choir represented the 1st Congressional District of North Carolina at the Congressional Black Caucus Leadership Weekend Sept. 20. The choir was invited to perform by U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, who serves as second vice chair on the caucus.

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Ray Rogers, district director of the Office of Congressman Butterfield, said the ECU Gospel Choir were “great ambassadors for the Pirate Nation.”