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LP and CD sale for charity

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Are you a music fan who still prefers to hear music played by needle gliding over the tactile grooves of a long-playing vinyl album on a turntable?


Then you’re going to love the Winnipeg Citizen Advocacy/West Broadway Youth Outreach charity record and CD sale in April at Grant Park Shopping Centre.


The sale will include a very large collection of vinyl LPs and compact discs that were purchased by Into the Music owner Greg Tonn from CBC Manitoba when it liquidated its physical music library.


Tonn has graciously made a portion of the collection available to WCA and WBYO for fundraising events.


WCA recruits individuals willing to protect and advocate for those with intellectual disabilities, while WBYO offers recreational, education, health life skills programs to young people in the West Broadway area of Winnipeg.


The record and CD sale will run during shopping centre business hours in the west concourse of Grant Park Shopping Centre on April 19-21.

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