Basic Black group members Walter “Mucho” Scott, Lloyd “Spec” Turner and “Kevin “KB” Bradshaw, all natives of Columbus, return home to receive a key to the city presented by Councilor Jerry “Pops” Barnes. The event will be held 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Columbus Marriott, 800 Front Ave.
Basic Black group members Walter “Mucho” Scott, Lloyd “Spec” Turner and “Kevin “KB” Bradshaw, all natives of Columbus, return home to receive a key to the city presented by Councilor Jerry “Pops” Barnes. The event will be held 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Columbus Marriott, 800 Front Ave. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Basic Black group members Walter “Mucho” Scott, Lloyd “Spec” Turner and “Kevin “KB” Bradshaw, all natives of Columbus, return home to receive a key to the city presented by Councilor Jerry “Pops” Barnes. The event will be held 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Columbus Marriott, 800 Front Ave. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

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