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  • Watch a performance by the African Children's Choir

    The African Children's Choir, singing here in Oregon, performs in Paso Robles on July 27, 2016.

The African Children's Choir, singing here in Oregon, performs in Paso Robles on July 27, 2016. Joe Tarica jtarica@thetribunenews.com
The African Children's Choir, singing here in Oregon, performs in Paso Robles on July 27, 2016. Joe Tarica jtarica@thetribunenews.com

Kids from Africa bringing song and joy to SLO County

July 16, 2016 01:42 PM

UPDATED July 17, 2016 02:51 PM

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Joe Tarica is senior editor for The Tribune. He writes the Joetopia column on current events and life in SLO County. You may not always want to live in Joetopia, but you can still stop by, say "hi," and join the conversation. Reach him at jtarica@thetribunenews.com .