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Music festival set to save ‘lost’ youth

Wednesday 21 November 2018 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Music festival set to save ‘lost’ youth
Dr Teina Rongo and William Framhein are fired up for their inaugural Christian Music Festival, “Kinura Tapunui” to be held at Te Atukura grounds next month. 18111319

A VIBRANT Christian music festival aimed at getting "lost" youths off the street, out of nightclubs, away from criminal activity and back to church will take place on December 15 at Te Atukura Grounds (Office of the Prime Minister) in Avarua.

A VIBRANT Christian music festival aimed at getting "lost" youths off the street, out of nightclubs, away from criminal activity and back to church will take place on December 15 at Te Atukura Grounds (Office of the Prime Minister) in Avarua.


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