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REPLAY: Doc Walker helps launch Pennies From Heaven campaign

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Canadian award winning band Doc Walker -- and head angel Kevin Rollason – together launched the Free Press’s annual Pennies from Heaven fundraising drive on Wednesday.

Doc Walker, winner of several Canadian Country Music Association awards and a Juno award,  volunteered to help the campaign this year and sang a couple of songs and signed autographs at the Free Press News Café. The event continues until 3 p.m.

Pennies from Heaven supports both the Christmas Cheer Board and Winnipeg Harvest during the upcoming holiday season.

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Updated on Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 11:11 AM CDT: Corrects photo caption

12:16 PM: Check livestream box.

1:46 PM: updates after Doc Walker plays

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