An Ontario government minister and an award-winning Canadian singer will be in west Burlington later this month for a charitable event.
Glen Murray, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, is speaking at the Burlington Community Foundation's Fresh Vibes to Change Lives event on Thursday, June 21 at Geraldo's in LaSalle Park.
Proceeds from the event, which will also feature Juno Award- winning rhythm and blues artist Jully Black, will be forwarded to the Burlington Community Foundation to be used to create new scholarships for youth who have demonstrated exceptional school and community citizenship.
Fresh Vibes to Change Lives will feature remarks by former Burlington Mayor and the current President of Mohawk College, Rob MacIsaac, current Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring, and a keynote address by Murray entitled The Future of Post-Secondary Education in Ontario.
The evening runs from 6:30-10:30 p.m. and includes dinner, a silent auction and a performance by Black.
Tickets cost $125. For sponsor or ticket information, contact the Burlington Community Foundation at 905-639-0744, ext. 221, or e-mail email@example.com .
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