Wasaya Group Youth Benefit Concert Live Broadcast from Thunder Bay Ontario

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THUNDER BAY – Starting on December 5 2012 at 6:30PM – Wasaya Group Youth Benefit Concert – Live from the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay.

Tonight’s show headlines Shy-Anne who will be performing live. So will Robin Ranger who will open the show. Moccasin Joe will offer his comedic styling over dinner for the enjoyment of the live audience attending at the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay.

Tonights broadcast is in support of the Dennis Franklin Cromarty Living Centre and Youth Centres Thunder Bay. There will be special information updates as a part of the evenings festivities as Tom Kam, the Wasaya Group President and CEO will update the audience on the latest information. Don Wing, and Jonathan Kamiganic the Principal of Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School will update viewers on the DFC Living Centre.

Pierre Mapaso from Youth Centres Thunder Bay along with some of the community youth will be sharing their thoughts with you as well.

It is a fun evening. For those watching online who would like to help please visit www.WeeCheeWayWin.com.

Wasaya Group of Companies is 100% First Nations owned by 12 First Nations; Bearskin Lake First Nation; Fort Severn First Nation; Kasabonika Lake First Nation; Keewaywin First Nation; Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug; Kingfisher Lake First Nation; Nibinamik First Nation; Wapekeka First Nation; Wunnumin Lake First Nation; Muskrat Dam First Nation; Pikangikum First Nation; and Sandy Lake First Nation.

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