Holiday concert to “sleigh” Windsor’s hunger crisis

Ennis Liu
By Ennis Liu December 8, 2017 13:59

Facebook: The S’Aints

A local band is using music to “sleigh” Windsor’s hunger problem that organizers say is a crisis.

The concert later this month will be headlined by The S’Aints, which produces and performs Christmas albums through St. Clair College to support local charities.

The Sinners Choir, Horns of a Dilemma and the Twisted Sisters will all make special appearances.

“If it’s a dream, please don’t wake me up,” said Liz Robinson of the Twisted Sisters.

“It’s been really neat how they’ve taken us under their wings. We’re rookies and everyone is a professional. It went from ‘come and sing a little bit’ and then they asked us to join them … it’s surreal,” said Robinson.

The charity concert and CD sales raise money for the Unemployed Help Centre, Outreach for Hunger in Chatham, the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women, the Windsor Homes Coalition and Goodfellows.

“This event is important for (us) because it is going to help us purchase food items that are required all year long for our families,” said Brenda LeClair, executive director of Outreach for Hunger.

This year’s Sleighing Hunger is at Caesars Windsor on Dec. 22 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are available at St. Clair College and online at Ticketmaster.

The S’Aints also perform throughout the year to support local charities.

Ennis Liu
By Ennis Liu December 8, 2017 13:59

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