Thursday, 15 February 2018 06:31

Central School comes through for Telemiracle at Swift Current Mall

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Central School music teacher Celia Hammerton speaks about the choir’s upcoming Telemiracle performance before the students sang a number of songs at their bake sale, Feb. 10. Central School music teacher Celia Hammerton speaks about the choir’s upcoming Telemiracle performance before the students sang a number of songs at their bake sale, Feb. 10. Matthew Liebenberg

Central School choir held a Valentine's Day bake sale at the Swift Current Mall on Feb. 10 to raise funds for Telemiracle.

The bake sale raised $1,037 and the group's next fundraiser for Telemiracle is a talent show on Feb. 28, for which they are still collecting items for the raffle table and selling 50/50 tickets. The Central School choir and bucket drummers will be performing at Telemiracle on March 4 and the school wants to raise as much funds as possible to take to Regina, because the money raised by Saskatchewan performers for Telemiracle 42 will be matched by Nutrien.

Community members who want to support Telemiracle can give their donations to the choir to take to the event for the stage presentation. Their donations will count towards the choir’s total, but individuals will still receive a tax receipt.

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