Singin’ in the Grain

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
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Date: October 16, 2020
Time: 8:00 pm CST
Cost: Donations accepted
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VIRTUAL CONCERT

Date: World Food Day – Friday, October 16, 2020
Time: 8:00 pm CST
Musicians: Quonset Brothers | Kristel Peters & Korey Peters | Steve Bell

The link to the virtual concert will appear here, on this webpage. This link will be activated at 8:00 pm (CST) on Friday, October 16th, 2020. So mark your calendars and join the concert then.

Join us for a virtual “Singin’ in the Grain” fundraising concert on Friday, October 16, 2020 from 8:00 p.m. CST. Appropriately, October 16th is World Food Day.

Jim Cornelius

The ‘Singin’ in the Grain’ committee has organized annual fundraising concerts to support Canadian Foodgrains Bank since 2011. COVID-19 has meant that we have had to regretfully cancel our concerts with high school choirs from Steinbach and Winnipeg previously planned for this fall. The pandemic is also a global hardship that recognizes no borders. In countries where food security was already an issue, the COVID-19 pandemic has made many people’s situation much more precarious and is threatening a hunger pandemic. In response to this global pandemic and food security crisis, we invite you to a “virtual” fundraising concert to support food security programs of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and the Foodgrains Bank as they responds to the COVID-19 pandemic. Three sets of talented musical guests have offered their time and talents for you to enjoy in an hour of outstanding music: the Quonset Brothers from Winkler, sister-brother duo Kristel Peters and Korey Peters from Steinbach, and Steve Bell from Winnipeg.

Jim Cornelius, outgoing executive director of Canadian Foodgrains Bank, will also offer a short update. All proceeds will go toward COVID-19 response programs of MCC through the Foodgrains Bank.

Click here or on DONATE NOW to make your contribution.

Thank you for supporting Singin’ in the Grain 2020 and for helping those who experience greater hunger because of COVID-19.

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For more information contact:
Pearl Braun-Dyck
204-829-3570

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