Gospel recording artist Peggy Garner of Atlanta will be the special guest on Saturday (May 31st) as the Westwood Shores Homeowners Association & Committee hosts a community event from noon to 4 p.m.
Garner was born and raised in Memphis, where she graduated from Overton High School. She earned an Associates of Applied Science Degree from Draughons Jr. College in 1986 and a second Associates of Applied Science Degree in Graphic Arts/Multimedia from Southwest Tennessee Community College in 2007.
Garner, a singer, songwriter/guitarist, is also a stage play/screenplay writer. She has written, produced and directed several stage plays, including:
• "Grandpa Are You Sure Grandma Is Going To Make It To Heaven?";
• "The Foolish, The Wise & The Virtuous Woman";
• "You Ungrateful Thing You";
• "Rise Up My Brother & Walk"; and
• "A Silent Cry."
Among Garner's producer Ms Geraldine, Claudie & Phebee a Si tcom and also has produced the hilarious
"Ms. Freeda Mae Jenkins on Church Folk," a comedy CD, also reflects Garner's work as a producer. The host of her own TV show for the past 10 years on Comcast channel 17 (every Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.), Garner has also authored her first newly released E-Book – "What Has God Done Lately." It is filled with "22 years of God's Supernatural powers demonstrated in her life."
Garner, who recently moved from Ohio to Atlanta to broaden her horizons in the television and film industry, will be singing and playing her guitar at the Roco Lake Annual neighborhood spring cookout at the Westwood Shores Boat Dock at 1609 W. Holmes Rd.