Superior Comedy Steps Up for Nathan Moses


Superior ComedyTHUNDER BAY – Superior Comedy is hosting a Fall Harvest of Laughs on September 21st at the Paramount Theatre on Court Street. The show will feature Todd Genno, Ron Kanutski, and Patrick Cheechoo.

Headlining the show is Graig Lauzon, from the Royal Canadian Air Farce.

Proceeds for the event are going to Nathan Moses and his family. The goal is helping the Moses Family as they recover from a fire that destroyed their home earlier this summer.

Nathan Moses is a part of Dark Cloud a traditional drum group that is important across the region. Tickets can be purchased for the event at the Paramount Theatre on Court Street. In addition, Dark Cloud members have tickets, and can be contacted on their Facebook pages.

Peter Rasevych shares, “On Saturday, July 20 2013, while attending the Lake Helen First Nation Powwow, Nathan Moses and his family received the news that their home in Thunder Bay had been hit by a fire and that there was extensive damage to the family’s home and belongings — such that the dwelling was no longer habitable and 95% of the family’s posessions were destroyed by smoke damage or fire.

“Ron Kanutski, the Pow Wow Master of Ceremonies, and very good friend, immediately held a blanket dance to raise some funds for Nathan and his family. Miikwech to Ron, the Lake Helen First Nation Pow Wow committee, and to everyone who was there that day to support Nathan and his family. 

“We now need to provide some more assistance to Nathan in the way of support.

“It has been a terrible event to have happened to this family, and we, the Dark Cloud Singers (Nathan and his son Nodin’s drum group) would like to do as much as we can to support our leader”.

Support from within the communities that Nathan has helped over the years has been coming. Constance Lake First Nation held a Pow Wow, and a Blanket Dance. That resulted in $773.00 being raised. 

All of the money raised is helping the family get back up on their feet. 

The tickets list will be updated as more places are coming forward.

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