Roger’s CHYM 96.7 morning show co-host and radio personality, Adele Newton and sister Chrissy, founder of Toronto-based public relations agency VOCAB Communications, have joined forces by creating a campaign called “Sisters for Education in Honduras” to help rural communities in Honduras by supporting Kitchener-Waterloo charity, World Accord. In support of their campaign, Adele and Chrissy will be hosting the “World Accord Local Artist Showcase,” on November 25, at 7:00 p.m at the Waterloo’s Starlight Social Club (47 King Street North, Waterloo, ON). The event will feature incredible musical performances from talent such as Formerly Royalfuzz, Kendal Thompson, John Orpehus and Mike Todd as well as an auction and raffle. All funds raised will provide the materials and resources for the sisters’ expedition in 2018 to help build three schools in the rural Central American country.
Starlight Social Club, Waterloo
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
$20 per person, available here:
Thank-you to our event sponsors for their raffle and auction items donations
CHYM FM 96.7, Fanshawe College, FLOWT, Harbinger Communications, Hepcat Swing Community Dance Studio, Joe Kool’s Restaurant, John Anderson Photography, Lesli Griesbach Photography, The PR Department, Relish Cooking Studio, Waterloo Kung-Fu Academy, Chef Anik Frank and WINKS Eatery.