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Black History Bobby Cruse

By Chris Edwards
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WOODVILLE – An exhibit on display at Heritage Village focuses on leaders in the clergy for Black History Month.

According to Heritage Village Museum Director Ofeira Gazzaway, the three men represented in the exhibit, Rev. Dr. Dan Settler, Rev. Michael Hadnot and Rev. Dr. Bobby Cruse, are all leaders in their respective communities, who continue to give back to the people, and are actively serving God.

Photos and biographical information of the three ministers, along with various pieces of memorabilia from their lives and careers are on display for the exhibit, which runs throughout February. The special exhibits room is located at the gift shop at Heritage Village.

Settler is the pastor of Believers Temple in Colmesneil, while Hadnot pastors Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Woodville and Cruse pastors at Hillister’s Little Baptist Church.

The exhibit not only highlights the three men’s pastoral roles and history within their respective ministries, but also features information about their military service as well as their continued efforts to serve their communities through working with the youth and volunteering with veterans.

The Village special exhibits room is open during the same operating hours of the Village, from 9 a.m. through 3 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

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