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The Volare Tenors performing at the 2021 Harvest Banquet
The Volare Tenors performing at the 2021 Harvest Banquet
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Harvest Banquet raises more than $40,000

King’s Harvest Banquet and Silent Auction is a yearly event that raises money for student scholarships and is an important opportunity to share the stories of our community. This year, The Volare Tenors, a classically trained alumni "popera" group from Edmonton, were the featured musical entertainment. Professor Andrew Tappenden, Dean of Natural Science and professor of Computing Science at King's, gave the keynote address. King’s is happy to report that the 2021 event raised more than $40,000.

"We are in awe of the generosity of our community after this year’s Harvest Banquet," says Trevor Froehlich, King's Director of Development. "Between our fall scholarship letter and the banquet, our community has raised over $75,000 for student scholarships here at King’s. Investments like these really help to make Christian education more affordable. Thank you to our supporters for your generosity and dedication."

Quality Christian education is made accessible because of the following sponsors:

Gold Partners
Kingston Ross Pasnak

Silver Partners
Maximum Mobility
Deeks Insurance
Christian Credit Union
Tom Czieki Agencies representing the Co-operators Insurance
Branded Cities
Outfront Media

Blue Partners
RBC Dominion Securities
Andrew Geisterfer with Masuch Law
The Little Potato Company
Fort Distillery
Tickled Floral
Burke Group
BoxClever
Spot Ads

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