African Children's Choir

Members of the African Children's Choir perform a traditional song and dance 'Gazze' from their native country Uganda for United Community and Family Services staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at  the Edward and Mary Lord Family Health Center in Norwich. The choir, composed of children 7-10 years old, aims to raise awareness of orphaned children in Africa and provide them with the education and the tools necessary through the choir's parent Music For Life program. The choir has been on tour since December of 2017 and will continue through September of 2018. Their next stop is in West Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Members of the African Children's Choir perform a traditional song and dance "Gazze" from their native country Uganda for United Community and Family Services staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at the Edward and Mary Lord Family Health Center in Norwich. The choir, composed of children 7-10 years old, aims to raise awareness of orphaned children in Africa and provide them with the education and the tools necessary through the choir's parent Music For Life program. The choir has been on tour since December of 2017 and will continue through September of 2018. Their next stop is in West Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Members of the African Children's Choir perform a traditional song and dance "Gazze" from their native country Uganda for United Community and Family Services staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at  the Edward and Mary Lord Family Health Center in Norwich. The choir, composed of children 7-10 years old, aims to raise awareness of orphaned children in Africa and provide them with the education and the tools necessary through the choir's parent Music For Life program. The choir has been on tour since December of 2017 and will continue through September of 2018. Their next stop is in West Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Members of the African Children's Choir perform for United Community and Family Services staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at  the Edward and Mary Lord Family Health Center in Norwich. The choir, composed of children 7-10 years old from the country Uganda, aims to raise awareness of orphaned children in Africa and provide them with the education and the tools necessary through the choir's parent Music For Life program. The choir has been on tour since December of 2017 and will continue through September of 2018. Their next stop is in West Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Members of the African Children's Choir perform for United Community and Family Services staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at the Edward and Mary Lord Family Health Center in Norwich. The choir, composed of children 7-10 years old from the country Uganda, aims to raise awareness of orphaned children in Africa and provide them with the education and the tools necessary through the choir's parent Music For Life program. The choir has been on tour since December of 2017 and will continue through September of 2018. Their next stop is in West Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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