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Local Members Help Promote Arts
EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA -- Young men, young women and married
Latter-day Saints have all been a part of Young Artists for the Arts.
"YAFTA...is a non-denominational organization created with the sole
purpose of providing performance skills in different settings for
young artists," said Jennifer Dorward in a recent conversation with
Dorward assured that each performance by YAFTA meets the standards
laid out in the "For the Strength of Youth" pamphlet, a booklet of
standards and guidelines directed at LDS youth.
In honour of the end of the 1999-2000 performance season, YAFTA is
staging a comedy called "One Mark Two Many." One Mark Two Many runs
from August 24-26 at La Cite Francophone, 50-8527 Rue-Marie Anne
Gaboury (91 Street), Edmonton, AB. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
each day and tickets are 7$ for adults, 5$ for seniors/students and
3$ for children under 16.
Tickets can be obtained from cast members and Tix on the Square at
LDSCaNews, 20 Aug 2000
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