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African Children's Choir Makes Music in Valley

The choir is made up kids from seven different African countries. CDs and handmade jewelry were available to help raise money for the group, that has impacted over 50,000 children.
Hundreds gathered, for a one of a kind concert in Sullivan County Sunday evening.

The African Children's Choir made a stop at faith community church in Dugger.
   
The choir is made up kids from seven different African countries.
   
 CDs and handmade jewelry were available to help raise money for the group, that has impacted over 50,000 children.

"When we go back home it makes us feel like we still have a future, because there are people out there willing to give the money to support us through education. Because without education we wouldn't be where we are right now," said Pamela Atino of the African Children's Choir.

Pastor Shawn Farris added: "It think it shows them how blessed we are in this country, and whenever you share the love of god people want to come back and show the love that was given to them."

The African Children's Choir's next stop is in Jasonville at the Jasonville Assembly of God.
   
For more information on the choir visit click here.
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