January 21, 2013

Rwanda Benefit Concert l All Saints' Choral Evensong l Career Trek's Scholarship Fund Fundraiser

Street Kids of Rwanda Benefit Concert, Silent Auction & Art Sale
Hosted by Ismaila Alfa from CBC Radio.
Park Theatre
January 27

Doors 7:15 pm l Show 8:00 pm

Performances by Caleb Hamm, Serena Postel, Vanessa Kuzina, Katie Murphy, 
Jeremy Proctor, Lindsay Jane & friends

The Street Kids of Rwanda are a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of Rwandan street children by providing housing, food and education. Their goal is to enable children to grow into self-sufficient adults who can help others by becoming leaders and productive members of their communities.

Julie Epp has been working to raise $5,000 for various projects, including bringing running water and electricity for their orphanage, building a new dormitory, and paying school fees for all the children at the centre. 

email Julie Epp (on behalf of The Street Kids of Rwanda) or phone: 204.990.8414 

All Saints' Anglican Church (Corner of Broadway and Osborne)
Choral Evensong
January 27, 4 pm
Canticles: Orlando Gibbons
Anthem: Johannes Eccard: When To the Temple Mary Went

Laughs for a Cause - Career Trek's Scholarship Fund Fundraiser
Rumor's Comedy Club, 190-2025 Corydon
January 30, 8:00 pm until 11:00 pm
Tickets are $15 
available Career Trek's Office at 191 Lombard Ave. (9th Floor) 
or contact Meghan at 204-944-1800 x.161  

For those having dinner at Rumor's it is recommended that you arrive by 6:45 pm. 
Please note that this is an 18+ event. 

Join Career Trek as we welcome The Incredible Boris back to Winnipeg! 
Boris is a charismatic performer. Side splitting comedy and improvisation is combined with audience participation. Boris brings unprecedented stage experience and carefully crafted routines to make the participants shine. The material is customized to every group. Laughter will fill the venue in the hands of a skilled hypnotist and master showman.

Our vision is for all Manitobans to realize their career and educational potential. 
Career Trek will offer experiential career development programming to over 1000 young people in Manitoba this year.

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