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ROSES FOR RWANDA – 2nd annual benefit concert for YEGO Rwanda

Featuring fiddling sensation JACK FORESTIER, accompanied by his parents MICHEL and MARIE. Jack’s talents earned him a semi-finalist position on Canada’s Got Talent. Also featuring the RWANDAN CULTURAL DANCE TROUPE and singer/songwriter GORD OAKS.

SOULJAH FYAH ACOUSTIC DUO closes the show. Souljah Fyah, 2011 and 2008 Western Canadian Music Award Winners, 2009 JUNO nominees, and twice-declared the best Reggae band in Canada by the Canadian Reggae Music Awards and the Reggae Music Achievement Awards.

Founder and Executive Director of YEGO Rwanda EMMANUEL GATERA will give us an update on the work being done in Rwanda. There will be surprise musical guests, a silent auction and refreshments.

7:00 pm Saturday May 25, 2013
St. Andrew’s United Church, 9915-148 St., Edmonton
Tickets are $25, free for children 12 and under.

A BIG THANK YOU TO THE LADIES OF ST. ANDREW’S

Chrisrose-reflect Standring and her team of dedicated crafters from St. Andrew’s United Church in Edmonton donated $1,000 in January 2013 to YEGO Rwanda through the sale of felt flower pins. Thank you ladies!

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ROSES FOR RWANDA – a benefit concert for YEGO Rwanda

Sister J of Souljah Fyah

Featuring SOULJAH FYAH ACOUSTIC TRIO. Souljah Fyah, 2011 and 2008 Western Canadian Music Award Winners, 2009 JUNO nominees, and twice-declared the best Reggae band in Canada by the Canadian Reggae Music Awards and the Reggae Music Achievement Awards.

Also featuring CHRIS GIFFEN of the band rEvolve, and Rwandan song and dance by UTUNYANGE.

Founder and Executive Director of YEGO Rwanda EMMANUEL GATERA will give a special presentation. There will be a silent auction and refreshments.

7:30 pm Saturday April 28, 2012
St. Andrew’s United Church, 9915-148 St., Edmonton
Tickets are $25, free for children under 12.

AFRICAN DINNER

An African dinner was held at St. Andrew’s United Church, Edmonton, Alberta on March 23, 2012 in support of YEGO Rwanda. The Rev. Geoff Wilfong-Pritchard spoke about indigenous languages.

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