Vernon Morning Star: Sadok jumps for Ukrainian culture

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May 21, 2012, 10:21 a.m. |

Sadok Ukrainian Dance Ensemble members Aria Fedoruk, Baya Inzunza, Jorja Catt and Paige Fedoruk watch dancers on stage at the the recent Ukraine Fundraising Banquet in Salmon Arm.

The Sadok Ukrainian Dance Ensemble is about to say “pryvit” (welcome) as it celebrates its 13th anniversary with a dance performance at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre May 27.

Billed as the Okanagan Ukrainain Festival, the Vernon-based dance troupe has invited special guests, the Pokotillo Ukrainian Dancers of Kamloops and the Stepanchuk Family Singers, to perform at the event.

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Mykhayl May 21, 2012, 4:36 p.m.    

Христос Воскрес ! Воистину Bоскрес !


they are not really Ukrainian...

Are they?

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