A group of young
performers touring the country is in Charlottesville Friday night.
The African Children's Choir
is a professional troupe of young singers, dancers and drummers. The group is
made up of orphaned African children, most of them from Uganda.
The money they raise helps
them build homes for the choir children. It also helps fund numerous schools in
"The children of Uganda
and their ministry have age ministry, education ministry, literacy ministry, so
it's a great opportunity to support the African Choir," said Pastor Hodari
Hamilton of First Baptist Church.
The event was at the First
Baptist Church in Charlottesville. Hamilton says he hopes to raise $15,000 for
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