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34th Annual Nechako Valley Festival

Concert highlights: thank you given to those who donated to the Festival this year financially

Concert highlights: thank you given to those who donated to the Festival this year financially; thank you to the Vanderhoof Christian Fellowship for use of their facility; thank you to the festival Chairpersons who organized their discipline for the festival to be a success; thank you to the teachers whose students comprised the festival and to these students’ parents and support of their children in the Arts. MC was Michelle Roberge; concert organizer, Swan Kiezebrink. 25 performances of poetry recitation, voice solo’s and musical theatre, piano solo’s and ensembles, and violin pieces, followed by awards presentations and Provincial presentations.

The Festival is now a Society- Nechako Valley Society of the Performing Arts, and as such is having their inaugural Annual General Meeting May 14, 7 p.m. at the Library Conference Room. Everyone currently involved and those who would like to help or be involved in any capacity are urged to attend and be at the grassroots of this old, but new committee.

 

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