Can you help out?

Dear Mr. Behan:
Last month, Kids and Company presented the third show of this year’s lineup—“Fizzical Fizzicks.” And as promised, Greg and Kristi wowed the audience with their unique combination of science and the circus!
It also was inspiring to the small group that organizes “Kids and Company” to see such a great audience turnout.
Our next concert in the series is coming up April 24, when we’re looking forward to seeing “Ballet Creole” at their finest. Don’t let the name fool you—this group offers some of the best of Caribbean-inspired percussion you’ll find in Canada (yes, that means some fine, funky drumming).
We’ve had “Ballet Creole” here before and they offer a show that will appeal to all ages—anyone who is interested in enjoying Caribbean rhythms and some high-energy dance to top it off.
Write the date on your calendar and invite a friend or two. Kids, bring some adults; adults, bring some kids. You’ll all have a great time—and feel like you’ve glimpsed a new culture without even leaving town.
Along with this invitation, we’d like to invite the community to help share this experience with all the kids of our district. We know there are many kids out there who would love to come to our shows but can’t because they (their families) can’t really afford it.
Can you help with this? Yes! We’re asking you to get out your chequebook and pay for a ticket, or two, or three—whatever you think you can afford. We’ll then take these donated tickets to local organizations that work with families and they can distribute them.
You’ll be giving something that can enrich lives educationally, culturally, and socially. Remember, sponsors who contribute $100 or more get public recognition at our shows unless they would rather remain anonymous.
Donations can be forwarded to Kids & Company c/o Kirsty Sinclair, 1322 Colonization Rd. W., Fort Frances, Ont., P9A 2T8. If you have any questions, you can contact Kirsty (274-4059), Sharon (486-1209), or JoAnne (274-5113).
Please help kids and their families enjoy something that many of us take for granted.
Kirsty Sinclair, Sharon Trimble,
and JoAnne Formanek Gustafson
Kids and Company Family
Entertainment Series