Songs of Hope Concert Raising Money For Can Assist

Brian Triglone leads the Gospel Folk Choir in one their items at last year’s Songs of Hope concert. The popular choir will be appearing again this year.

The 5th annual Songs of Hope concert is on this Sunday, April 14, at St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Boorowa.

Five district choirs will be performing; the Australian Rugby Choir and the Gospel Folk Choir from Canberra, Hilltops Choir from Young, Maisie’s Choir from Yass and the local M&D Society Choir.

The first Songs of Hope concert was held in 2015 as part of the Boorowa Remembers project and has since been held annually as a fundraiser for Can Assist. The concert raises much needed funds for the Young-Boorowa branch of Can Assist.

Entry to the concert will be by donation to Can Assist. The concert begins at 2pm.

A fundraising raffle for Can Assist will also be held in conjunction with the concert. Total value of the prize will be $540 and it will include $440 for accommodation at the famous Carrington Hotel at Katoomba and a fuel card valued at $100.

The organisers are particularly grateful to district choirs for making themselves available for this big afternoon of song and for their cooperation and enthusiasm for the Songs of Hope project.

They are also particularly appreciative to the St Patrick’s Parish Council for permission to use their church for this annual concert.

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