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Update: Angus Tornado Relief Concert Raises Over $4,000

The Angus Tornado Benefit Concert attracted over 450 attendees on September 14 raising more than $4,000 to date. Anyone still interested in making a donation can do so see via the below link:


Now on Sunday Sept 14th – same time and lineup.  

See you there !

On June 17th 2014 the community of Angus, Ontario was devastated by a tornado that caused massive damage when it touched down tearing up fences and shearing off the tops of some homes. The tornado left a path of destruction over 20 kilometers long. Environment Canada has suggested the EF-2 tornado had wind speeds up to 220 kilometers per hour. As well as the damage to homes the tornado toppled thousands of trees along its path. With all of the damage that the tornado caused it was fortunate that there were only a few minor injuries and no loss of life.

 Dana Williams, our head of IT and Data Services lives in Angus and is leading a committee that is organizing a benefit Concert.  Community members affected by the tornado on June 17th are uniting with local artists and businesses to support the Angus Tornado Relief Fund.

Details on Facebook 

Tickets and donation at the door or through Eventbrite


Music, kids face painting, food and other entertainment will fill Mike Hart Park from 3PM to 10PM on Saturday September 13th.

All are welcome. A freewill donation for entry will be requested with a suggested contribution of $5.

Go to to buy tickets in advance or give a donation if you cannot attend.

Thanks to support from the Township of Essa, local businesses and media who are coming on line to help out. More details to follow as they are confirmed

Bands include:

Kick Plate – local jam band

The Thursday Night Jam (12 member R&B Motown Groovestra)

TNJ Art Deco Logo Groovestra






Matt Gerber – amazing uke singer songwriter

many more to be confirmed soon…



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