Concert Fundraiser to Support Kingston Street Mission, Special Meals and The Mess

Published on: 2019/04/16 - in Entertainment

A fundraising concert has been announced to support kitchen renovations at Gill Hall in the basement of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church, which is home to Special Meals, Kingston Street Mission, and The Mess – all providing meals and serving the local homeless community.

Debbie McLean, who is part of the gospel music trio Daughters of the King, told the Kingston Herald that they are working in conjunction with Bev Woodcock, director of
Special Meals for 9 years, to organize the concert. Funding will go toward much needed kitchen upgrades to prevent it from being shutdown due to health and safety regulations.

You can join Daughters of the King for the evening of entertainment on May 3rd. They will be accompanied by Wendell Ferguson (guitar), Andy Schick (pedal steel), Frank Woodcock (drums), Shawn Kellett (fiddle), and Andrew Affleck (bass).

Doors open at 6pm and the concert begins at 7pm with all ticket sale proceeds going directly to the kitchen upgrades.

To see photos of Gill Hall kitchen and to purchase concert tickets, please visit

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