Fort St. John's talent helping kids in Brazil

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By Christine Rumleskie


Fort St. John youth will use their talents to keep Brazilian kids in school.

The North Peace Secondary School is holding a Talent Show and Art Auction on Saturday, with all proceeds going to a school in Olinda, Brazil.

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17 year-old Kimmie Gulevich says the idea stems from a “Me to We” conference held in September. Students from the School District 60 pledged to hold a ‘Global Event’, and focused on fundraising for kids in need.

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Kids that attend the Brazilian school live in the slums of Olinda, and education is usually their only refuge.

The North Peace students hope to raise $3,000 for the school. It takes $50 a day to operate the facility in Olinda, so the school could be fully-operational for two months, if the students make their goal.

Tickets to the event are $5.00 each, and include access to the talent show and art auction. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. at the North Peace Secondary School.

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