Telemiracle 41 is quickly approaching and Tuesday students from Westmount Community School in Saskatoon got a little taste of the talent set to perform this year.
A Metis jigging group from the school, Little Prairie Steppers, will be performing during Telemiracle and is raising money for the cause.
Beverley Mahood has been a host of the show for 20 years now. Mahood says the stories about kids being involved in this cause are the best part for her.
The event helps resident access special-needs equipment and medical assistance that wouldn’t otherwise be attainable.
The event gathered over $5 million last year for the Kinsmen Foundation.
Telemiracle 41 begins Saturday and wraps up late Sunday afternoon.
It is just about time to ring those phones Saskatchewan!