Telemiracle 38 Performers Announced


The star-studded event includes old favourites such as Brad Johner and the Johner Boys, Beverly Mahood, Bob McGrath, Andrea Menard, and Donny Parenteau. Leah Daniels, Little Miss Higgins, and Jill Straker are also set to make an appearance.  

Keeping things fresh, a few Canadian artists will be making their Telemiracle debuts. Country sensation and hockey defenseman Chad Brownlee will be making an appearance. Multi-talented singer-songwriter and musician Tal Bachman will be there. Also rocking the Telemiracle stage will be Manitoban Canadian Classic rock band Harlequin. Finally, an award-winning country vocalist and Saskatchewan native, Jess Moskaluke will be taking the stage as well.  

The talent doesn't stop there. Performers from across the province will be gracing the stage of Telemiracle 38 as well. A few Weyburn and area entertainers will perform during the fundraiser including Jayda and Taylor Cameron of Weyburn, Sharnareigh Hicks from Milestone, and Karissa Hoffart from Minton.  

The program is set to air March first and second on all CTV Saskatchewan stations. The 20 hour program begins at nine p.m. March 1st, and will be broadcasting from Regina's Conexus Arts Centre.  

Telemiracle and the Kinsmen Foundation help create miracles in Saskatchewan by helping those who need it. They provide people and organizations with access to medical assistance and special needs equipment. Money raised from previous Telemiracle events helps the Foundation provide equipment and support for those with difficult medical conditions.  

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