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Last Thursday night marked the fourth annual Old-Fashioned Christmas Concert at the Letkemann Theatre, which was packed with more than 500 people. The Nov. 29 concert raised more than $1,400 for Our Home Kikinaw, which is trying to complete a house at 335 Juniper Dr. for Tim Carter, his wife, Laura, and their five children, who currently live in a townhouse on Eastwood. Our Home Kikinaw, which operates under the auspices of the Thompson Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation (TNRC), has a goal of building five homes in five years. They must complete the fifth home by June 2015 to reach that goal. The City of Thompson previously owned the two vacant lots behind the Manitoba Métis Federation building and across from St. Joseph's Ukrainian Hall on Juniper Drive where the first two Our Home Kikinaw home builds have gone side by side. The city donated the two lots for the Our Home Kikinaw project.
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