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Raising hope for poor nations

A fundraiser called ONE World Okanagan, raising awareness and money for education and water projects in Africa, will present a speakers’ night Tuesday, June 21, with Ray Zahab, president and founder of Hope For Nations, Ralph Bromley, founder of impossible2Possible youth inspiration organization, Congo refugee Nathanael Mugenza and Connor Clerke, a marathon runner who plans to run 125 kms from the U.S. border to City Park on Saturday, June 25.

The forum will take place at the New Life Church, 2041 Harvey Ave.

Tickets are on sale at Pharmasave in Glenmore, Home Hardware on Springfield Road and the Hope For the Nations office, 222-1889 Springfield.

Tickets are $10 for students, $15 for adults.

For more information, check out the web site www.oneworldokanagan.org.

 

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