Aluminum City Telethon only two days away

The biggest act in show business (for Kitimat) is this Sunday so be sure to mark your calendars.

The biggest act in show business (for Kitimat) is this Sunday so be sure to mark your calendars.

The Aluminum City Telethon (ACT) is hitting the stage at Mount Elizabeth Theatre from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 21.

The massive community fundraiser is always a huge draw of local talent from singers, to dancers to everything in-between.

Crowd-favourite host Monique Miller is also returning to lead the show.

You can watch the performances on television on Citywest’s channel 10 or stop by in person. From 1 to 5 p.m. the Kids Zone will be open for the young ones. The fire department will be on hand to provide fire truck rides as well.

The grad class of 2013 will be outside eager to wash your car to raise money for their class.

Money raised will be distributed throughout the community through the Kitimat Community Foundation. Visit www.kitimatcommunityfoundation.ca to donate.

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