The world-famous Watoto Children’s Choir from Africa will perform a concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 3 at Celebration Lutheran Church in Sartell.
The name of the choir’s nationwide tour is “Beautiful Africa: A New Generation.”
Everyone is invited.
Each of the children in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both parents. They live in Watoto Children’s Villages where they receive care they need to become productive citizens of their countries.
With vibrant, original African music, dances and life-transforming stories, the choir personifies the new generation of hope on the African continent.
The choirs have traveled worldwide since 1994 as ambassadors for the millions of children in Africa who have been orphaned as a result of HIV-AIDS, war and/or poverty.
Its current U.S. tour began in Dallas and will end in Denver.
Watoto is the African name for a holistic care solution providing for the physical, emotional, medical and spiritual needs of the children of Africa. It creates hope and leadership programs for children orphaned under the most tragic conditions.
The Watoto Children’s Choir delivers concerts filled with song, dance and story-telling. It will perform at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 3 at Celebration Lutheran Church in Sartell.
Dalman was born and raised in South St. Cloud, graduated from St. Cloud Tech High School, then graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in English (emphasis on American and British literature) and mass communications (emphasis on print journalism). He studied in London, England for a year (1980-81) where he concentrated on British literature, political science, the history of Great Britain and wrote a book-length study of the British writer V.S. Naipaul. Dalman has been a reporter and weekly columnist for more than 30 years and worked for 16 of those years for the Alexandria Echo Press.
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