Keiskamma Gospel Choir to perform Dec. 2

An upcoming event on JMU’s campus has special “Be the Change” significance.

The Keiskamma Gospel Choir from South Africa will be coming to campus on 
Dec. 2. The concert is being coordinated by two of JMU’s “Be the Change” folks, Debra 
Sutton, health science professor, and Amy Zacaroli (‘88), founder of 25:40, who 
are bringing the choir to campus as part of commemorating World AIDS Day.

The JMU/25:40 relationship has continued to build since Sutton’s and Zacaroli’s 
initial meeting, which was featured in the Spring 2008 “Madison.” Amy’s 
nonprofit worked with Sutton’s study abroad programs this summer, and JMU 
students got to go with AIDS workers door-to-door in South Africa in the work 
to help those affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

There’s a blurb about the choir event on MadisonOnline, 
as well as the full article 
on Sutton and Zacaroli from “Madison” magazine.

If you’d like to know more about the event, contact Dr. Sutton at suttondl@jmu.edu or Amy at 2540@cox.net.

Just goes to show how the desire to make a difference continues to reverberate!

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2 Responses to Keiskamma Gospel Choir to perform Dec. 2

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Wish all the best for Keiskamma Gospel Choir. I’m the member of KGC. ( Lead singer )

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