On a spring day in the middle of May, Wright’s A.M.E. Church, an old Elkton house of worship, looks good as storm clouds break and the sun begins to shine on the sanctuary. It’s been a part of Elkton history since it was dedicated in 1880. Click here for a web page on Wright’s history.
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