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Lisalee to sing at Kamloops game

Lisalee Campbell will sing at a Kamloops Blazer hockey game this coming Saturday evening. - Times file photo
Lisalee Campbell will sing at a Kamloops Blazer hockey game this coming Saturday evening.
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Clearwater’s “little girl with the big voice,” Lisalee Campbell, will sing O’ Canada to open a Kamloops Blazers hockey this coming Saturday, Dec. 1.

“I would love to see a crowd from Clearwater out to watch the game and support their local talent,” said Missy Cederholm, the Blazers’ ticketing and promotions coordinator. “I can’t wait to see this girl sing. From what I’ve heard we are in for a treat!”

Cederholm, who comes from Clearwater herself and is a product of the local minor hockey program, said she first heard about the young singer from a few businesspeople from Kamloops who had attended a recent Chamber of Commerce event in Clearwater.

Campbell sang O’ Canada at the event, which was held to welcome Premier Christy Clark.

“If anyone has questions regarding information on getting tickets for the game, I would be happy to help them and am available by phone or email,” said Cederholm.

The Blazers’ ticketing and promotions coordinator’s phone number is 778-471-8068 while her email is mcederholm(at)blazerhockey.com. The game will start at 7 p.m.

 

 

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