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Father who lost sons to gunshot wounds to host youth summit | Main stories

DECATUR, Ill. (WAND) – A father who lost two of his sons to gun violence will be hosting a breakfast for the young men.

Antwane McClelland Sr. and City of Praise Church will host The Total Man Breakfast Summit on Saturday, November 12th.

“My goal is simply to help men develop in all areas of their lives,” he said.

In 2021, McClelland lost his Antwain McClelland Jr He was shot in Decatur. Then 13 months later his son, Orion McClelland was shot and killed.

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“I don’t want this to happen to anyone else in the community,” he said.

Any male age 16 or older can get information about health, career, fitness, and finances. A complimentary breakfast will also be provided.

“I just want them to do better and have a purpose.”

Breakfast at the summit is free. McClelland said there will also be guest speakers.

“We are going to gain knowledge and understanding. We will build each other up and love each other.”

The summit will be held on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at City of Praise Church on N. Edward St. in Decatur. Youth who wish to attend may RSVP to Antwain McClelland Sr. at 217-520-9031.

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