Home front – October 12

Celtic singer/songwriter Debbie Zepick is the featured artist at a fundraiser this month for the Shalom Counselling Centre in Red Deer. Zepick will perform on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the First Christian Reformed Church, 16 McVicar St., along with the Central Alberta Home School Choir and pianist Andrew Bromley.

Fundraiser

Celtic singer/songwriter Debbie Zepick is the featured artist at a fundraiser this month for the Shalom Counselling Centre in Red Deer. Zepick will perform on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the First Christian Reformed Church, 16 McVicar St., along with the Central Alberta Home School Choir and pianist Andrew Bromley. The event begins with a silent auction at 6:30 p.m. Admission free, donations will be accepted. The Shalom Centre supports individual and family wellness through counselling and education. The fundraiser will help subsidize counselling for lower income families.


Rebels help

The Red Deer Rebels have joined the fight against cancer. Pink hockey sticks autographed by the Rebels will be up for grabs in a raffle and silent auction during the Saturday game against the Regina Pats. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Cancer Society. Game time is 7:30 p.m. at the Red Deer Centrium. For more information on what you can do in the battle against cancer, go to www.fightback.ca.


Correction

An announcement about Central Alberta Indo-Canadian Association India-Night ran in Sunday LIFE on Oct. 9 incorrectly listed the date as Nov. 20. The correct date is this Saturday, Oct. 15, at Festival Hall. Entertainment will be provided by professionals from Edmonton and Calgary and local talent will showcase Indian Arts and Culture in the community. Tickets may be purchased by calling 403-340-1103 or 403-314-7370 during the day and 403-314-2562 in the evening.


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