The Lunch Bunch has been serving children in need a hot lunch, every Wednesday throughout the school year, since October 2000.

SANDY MACKAY PRESENTS:

VOCALIST JENNIFER "RED" THORPE

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IN CONCERT WITH

THE KEN FOSTER QUARTET

AN AFTERNOON OF GREAT JAZZ AND POP

IN SUPPORT OF

“THE LUNCH BUNCH”

AN OUTREACH PROGRAM OF ST JAMES ANGLICAN CHURCH

SUNDAY MARCH 10, 2013

ITOPA THEATRE

88 THAMES STREET SOUTH, INGERSOLL

DOORS OPEN 1 PM            CONCERT STARTS AT 2PM

TICKETS $18.00

AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AND THESE INGERSOLL LOCATIONS:

ST JAMES CHURCH OFFICE
                   
PATINAS

LESSER BROS. JEWELLERS
                   
MILLCREEK PRINTING

OR CONTACT:
  
Sandy MacKay:      519-439-3126
Jack Peter:            519-425-2162
Carol Turner:         519-425-4307

WINE BAR LICENCED UNDER LLBO

The children are bussed to and from St. James Anglican Church from area schools, with adult guests arriving just after the children have departed.  Now after twelve years, the volunteers serve an average of 130 hot meals each week.  This wonderful program is funded through the generosity of many caring donors, businesses, clubs and individuals, who choose Lunch Bunch as one way of helping their neighbors.

There is a benefit concert for the Lunch Bunch being held at the ITOPA Theater on Sunday, March 10, 2013. It features vocalist Jennifer “Red” Thorpe with The Ken Foster Quartet.
Classically trained and a graduate of University of Western Ontario's Music programme,

Jennifer has performed at Maggie's Jazz Club with pianist John Noubarian, at the John Labatt Centre, Aeolian Hall and with Orchestra London. This past November, she
produced "Ed Bickert at 80: A Jazz Celebration" at the Glenn Gould Studio, in Toronto.

Ken Foster is no stranger to Ingersoll, as he taught music at I.D.C.I. in the 1970s. Ken plays tenor saxophone with several big bands and has led his Quartet for 10 years.
Drummer Sandy MacKay has been part of the SW Ontario music scene for over 40 years. Originally from Ingersoll, he moved to London in 1969, and started drumming with local Jazz players. He has shared the stage with Peter Appleyard, Kirk MacDonald, Hagood Hardy, and Pat Collins among others, and appeared at venues such as the Montreal Jazz Festival, Toronto DuMaurier Jazz Festival, Montreaux-Detroit Jazz Festival, and  Vancouver 's World Expo '86. In 2011, Sandy was chosen by his peers to be the recipient of the Jack Richardson Music Awards for Jazz Instrumentalist.  The group also features local musician Larry Ernewein on bass and Don DiCarlo at the piano.

The concert starts at 2pm.Tickets are $18.00 and are available at  these Ingersoll locations: St.James Church Office, Patinas, Lesser  Bros. Jewelers, and Millcreek Printing, or contact: Sandy MacKay: 519-439-3126, Jack Peter: 519-425-2162 or
Carol Turner: 519-425-4307.