The 2010/2011 Ugandan Orphans Choir begins East Coast tour after delays

By July 7, 2010

USA (MNN) — After months of delay and paper work, the
2010/2011 East Coast Ugandan Orphans Choir is finally coming to the U.S.

Originally scheduled to begin their tour in February, the
process of visa approval delayed these ten children from leaving their home
country of Uganda and traveling to the U.S. for the first time.

The
Childcare Worldwide Ugandan Orphans Choir performs the traditional
rhythmic dances and songs of Africa, delivering the message of Christ's love
and hope to America. This experience gives the children hope for their future
and for breaking cycles of poverty.

From the beginning of the choir tour until they complete
trade school, Childcare Worldwide will give these ten children educational tools
to advance their future and impact Africa, just as they have past choirs.

Just as this choir starts their tour, the West Coast Choir
is finishing their tour. The East Coast Choir, led by David and Sarah Hovde,
will visit Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia,
Washington, D.C., Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Their tour
will conclude in April 2011.

Click here to view the itinerary and to see if they will be
performing near you.

Pray that these experiences will change both present and future lives, as Childcare Worldwide shows these children Christ's love
and gives them reasons to dream big.

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