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Singer Nikki Yanofsky headlines Negev Gala

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Montreal jazz sensation Nikki Yanofsky will provide the musical entertainment at this year's Negev Gala.

Yanofsky, an established recording-industry star at the ripe old age of 20, is best known as the voice behind the I Believe theme song that was the anthem of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. She began her professional singing career in 2006, when at age 12 she became the youngest-ever headliner at the Montreal International Jazz Festival.

The Negev Gala, presented by The Jewish National Fund of Canada -- Manitoba/Saskatchewan Regional Branch, has honoured outstanding leaders from within the Winnipeg community since 1953. The 2014 honouree is Joseph J. Wilder, Q.C.

Tickets for the 2014 event start at $80 and are available through the Jewish National Fund at 204-947-0207.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 25, 2014 D2

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