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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 15, 2001, Winnipeg, Manitoba A14 LOCAL WINNIPEG FREE FEBRUARY 2001 today to WIN A 2001 PONTIAC SUNFIRt COUPE Provided by PAMK PONllKt BUICK 6MC SIX WflEKil1 PRIZES OF 270 FREE Prize vehicle may not be exactly as Illustrated The Free Press Were there for you Postal Please indicate your age Q1834 Q 3549 Q Mail to Coffee1 the Winnipeg Free Box Winnipeg MB R3C 3R1 OR Hand deliver to any participating Robins Donuts Park Pontiac Buick GMC 1459 Regent or the Winnipeg Free 1355 Mountain TO SUBSCRIBE CALL 6977001 OR 18005428900 listing ofatl participating Robins a completeset beginning January a beheld at each of the 45 participating Robirtfs locations 1 nionth of FREE coffee i8 ozi Cup per v Wednesday beginning 1 adraft willibe held from ALL entries receivetffor 1 by cdhtpst will be eligible to win Park Pontiac Buick WINMIPEO FREE PRESS Tequila Mockingbird concerts will profile the plight of young war Teens will hear the horrors of children of war Musical tour of 10 schools will promote cause By Nlek Martin THE popular Winnipeg band Tequila Mockingbird yesterday began a tour of 10 Manitoba high schools to raise awareness of children who are victims of The series grew out of the interna tional conference on waraffected chil dren held in Winnipeg last where Emmanuel Dima and fellow Sudanese refugee Lawrence Mamur went as observers for Gordon Bell High For many its an issue close to their The first thing they need to do is get the said We have this we can tell said Gordon Bell student Shehed who fled Iraq with her family and came here after two years as a refugee in We have been in war for several AlHakim Lots of our rel they got theyre dead in Children cant get their education really Teacher Anne head of the social studies said that hosting the concert is the joint work of the students council and the human rights club of English as a Second Lan guage students she helped The conference opened the eyes of the entire said student president David whos met with organizers at the other nine high schools to plan human rights They asked if wed do because our school is one of the most diverse in the The Gordon Bell concert coincides with International Womens and will feature a Holocaust survivor and workshops on topics such as gay and lesbian It is more for Jacks Well have a collection box for the War Child program to end the conscription of child soldiers and help waraffected kids throughout the Student art coordinator Abra Dueck said a huge mural is planned for the Gordon Bell It represents the equilibrium between We want to have a picture that would rep resent peace and she The concert which is not open to the general includes Miller Collegiate hi yesterday River East tomorrow Mor den Collegiate 23 Johns High March 1 Fort Richmond March 2 Grant Park High March 7 Gordon Bell High March 8 Vincent Massey March 9 Kelvin High March 15 College Jeanne April FRIGIDAIRE BE1FRIGIDAIRE iffl FRIGIDAIRE V Swashers Four Wash Syitem Quiet II Sound System W i 1 ffe h DUFFtESNE 3ce of A FRIGIDAIRE 374 ICvulmc 2401 i lit It MB PORTAGE LA MB CALL COLLECT CALL COLLECT 7858191 8577803 DUFRESME rnssm wwwEmmmci THE BEST SERVICE SAVINGS 1W V MB MB CALL COLLECT CALL COLLECT 9899900 6671578
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