On Saturday, February 1, an incredible pool of talent will come together for an evening of entertainment in support of Jenna Homeniuk.
Jenna is a 15 year old Kimberley girl who has been fighting leukaemia for the past 18 months. Although there have been numerous fund raising campaigns and events for which the family is deeply appreciative and grateful, the challenges are ongoing with Jenna facing another round of chemo, and then a second bone marrow transplant. The financial pressure continues and our community is once again reaching out to help them.
The Good Ol’ Goats will headline the evening with additional performances by 60 Hertz, Sheva and The Rosie Brown Band.
The Goats are from Cranbrook and made national headlines last year in their bid for the Canada-wide Searchlight competition, where they competed against 3000 talented groups/artists and came second place nationally.
60 Hertz are a well known group of musicians from Kimberley known for their high energy original music.
Van and Shelagh Redecopp,–”Sheva” are a well known duo who captivate audiences with their vocal harmonies, coupled with violin and guitar.
The Rosie Brown Band is the East Kootenay’s own all female bluegrass sensation.
As an added bonus to the evening, GOT Adventure’s Adam Buck and Brenda Birrell, are providing a one day dogsled tour for two, complete with gourmet lunch. There will be a live auction for this unique opportunity during show.
The concert will be held at McKim Theatre, Saturday, February 1st at 7:30 p.m. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for a pre-show get together.
All the bands, suppliers and technical crew have kindly donated their time and talent in support of Jenna. One hundred per cent of the proceed will go to the Jenna Homeniuk Trust Fund.