C-Me Live raises funds for Food Bank

Clearwater and District Food Bank gets funds from 20th annual concert by local musicians

Members of the Voices United Choir lead off the 20th annual C-Me Live Concert in the Wells Gray Inn's conference room on Sunday evening.

Members of the Voices United Choir lead off the 20th annual C-Me Live Concert in the Wells Gray Inn’s conference room on Sunday evening. Former local resident Denis Chaykowski returned from Penticton to act as impresario for the event. Proceeds from the concert went to Clearwater and District Food Bank.

 

 

 

Sheldon MLeft: Sheldon Musselman plays a mean blues guitar at the C-Me Live Concert.

 

 

 

 

Below: Jack Perry of the Silvertones plays the slide guitar. The concert also included a silent auction plus a raffle.

Jack guitar

 

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