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Kelly Hadfield, centre, and some of the 50-plus dedicated volunteers who are actively involved with Ghana Medical Help. The charity’s mission is to improve the quality and availability of health care in northern Ghana. SUBMITTED

Woman moved by Moses

A young boy’s death halfway around the world had such an impact on a local girl, she decided to do something about it.

Marc Trinidad STEPHEN ELLIOTT/PHOTO

Laffy Taffy expands into weekend

Barrie’s weekly comedy night, Laffy Taffy Tuesday, is expanding with a new Saturday night show featuring headliner Kenny Robinson this coming weekend.

Internationally renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith performs songs from his new album The Last Rider during his Barrie tour stop for the Inside the Music concert series at the Mady Centre on Sunday. KEVIN LAMB/PHOTO

Sexsmith rolls into Barrie

Internationally renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith performs songs from his new album The Last Rider in Barrie, Sunday.

Hollerado plays the Geneva Event Centre Friday night as part of Roots North Music Festival. Submitted

Hollerado takes the stage at Roots North

On Good Friday, Hollerado released their third official record, Born Yesterday. The day before, lead singer Menno Versteeg was about as calm and collected as he possibly could be.

The Hamilton Children’s Choir performed in Barrie last Saturday. SUBMITTED

Hamilton Children’s Choir amazes

Two busloads of young singers made the journey from Hamilton to Barrie last Saturday to present a program of songs from around the world to Barrie Concerts patrons.

Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler formed The Rough & Tumble in 2011, joining forces musically and then personally four years, three EP’s and one year-long-24-song challenge later. The Nashville-based folk-Americana duo has been playing shows nationwide ever since and will appear at the Utopia Hall, 8396 6th Line Utopia, Saturday, April 8 at 7 p.m. Cardboard and Christmas Lights, a 7-song EP, is was released in February 2017 and they are currently working on their first full-length record. Concert tickets are $15 each or $30 includes a dinner. For tickets, see www.utopiahall.ca. SUBMITTED

Rough & Tumble coming to Utopia

Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler formed The Rough & Tumble in 2011, joining forces musically and then personally four years, three EP’s and one year-long-24-song challenge later.

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