1900’s music event this October

By Neil Wilson - Sub Editor for the Bribie Islander


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During the era of the mid- 1900’s, the lives of many people around the world were impacted by the crusades of Dr. Billy Graham, and he became someone who was not only extremely well known but also loved by all who heard his message. Sadly, Dr. Graham passed away earlier this year and, as a special tribute to him, there will be a concert on October 22st at the Church of Christ in Foley Street.

Dr. Billy Graham

During the concert which is expected to run for approximately one hour, the members of the church choir will sing songs that were made famous through Dr. Graham’s crusades and there will also be a guest performance by a saxophone and vocal duo. Whilst the concert is free, there will be a chance for those who wish to donate toward the School Chaplaincy.

Event organisers have told me that everyone is welcome to attend and afternoon tea will be provided at the conclusion of the concert. Anyone who would like to find out more should call Marilyn on 5497 7570 or Margaret on 3408 9497.

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