Lee Aaron

Lee Aaron to play benefit concert

Celebrated Canadian rock and jazz singer Lee Aaron will be lending her talents to the Women of Value concert

Celebrated Canadian rock and jazz singer Lee Aaron will be lending her talents to a local organization for a special concert this Friday (Dec. 2).

In the Women of Value concert (7 p.m., at Pacific Community Church, 5337 180 St.) Aaron and her husband John Cody, plus other members of the Village Church music team (Mark Carroll, Carl Sheldon and Tim Epp) will perform songs of hope and inspiration to raise awareness for the locally-based Servants Anonymous Society.

The non-profit organization is dedicated to rescuing young women from lives of human trafficking, exploitation and addiction. Volunteers provide counselling, education and a safe place to stay for women at risk of being forced into such destructive cycles due to issues of abuse, poverty and low self-esteem.

Host and MC is Laura Lynn of the Canadian 700 Club.

Tickets ($25) available from Malary’s Fashion Network, 604-574-6402.

 

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