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Published:March 26th, 2008 15:30 EST
If you have talent, go to CASOE

If you have talent, go to CASOE

By Garrett Godwin

DETROIT, MI-- Janice Smith, the president and founder of the CASOE Group, is looking for young adults between the ages of 18-25 who can sing, dance, perform, play instruments or act.  The group meets every Saturday from 1-4pm at God Land Unity Church on I-96 Service Drive at Outer Drive; the address is 22450 Schoolcraft.  They're rehearsing for the play "Waiting on a Star" which is written by Smith.  There will be a live performance at the church on Saturday, April 26, 2008 at 4pm, where tickets costs $7.

About the CASOE Group

The CASOE (Creative Arts Spirit of Excellence) Group, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of individual creative abilities and leadership skills through artistic intentions.  They provide opportunities for individual achievements as well as promoting spiritual and community growth. 

The purpose of CASOE is to create hope, transform communities and reach for excellence.  Their mission is to help others find their purpose, which will ultimately lead them closer to God and their fellow brethren.  To know that one's creative gifts will take him or her to one's destiny is to know that everyone is connected to one another.  The CASOE Group embraces artistic initiatives which celebrate the power of the human spirit.  In this celebration, they lift their hearts and minds to the Holy Spirit, giving their lives to God.

If interested in becoming a member as well as wanting to know more about the CASOE Group, then contact Janice Smith at or SOP reporter, Garrett Godwin, at

Also, if you'd like to contribute, send donations or learn how to get involved, write to them at this address:

The CASOE Group

20050 Stratford Road

Detroit, MI 48221