Photos: Sarah McLachlan gets World Service Medal in Vancouver

 

 
 
 
 
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
 
 

Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.

Photograph by: Darryl Dyck, THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Singer Sarah McLachlan was awarded the Kiwanis International World Service Medal for her dedication to music education during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver on Saturday.

McLachlan founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education.

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Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
 

Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.

Photograph by: Darryl Dyck, THE CANADIAN PRESS

 
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan holds the Kiwanis International World Service Medal after she was presented it during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan acknowledges the applause after singing at the Kiwanis convention,Vancouver June 29 2013.  She was presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan performs after receiving the Kiwanis International World Service Medal during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan speaks after being presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan, from left to right, receives the Kiwanis International World Service Medal from Kiwanis Foundation president Peter Mancuso and Kiwanis International president Tom DeJulio during the organization's 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn't otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan acknowledges the applause after singing at the Kiwanis convention,Vancouver June 29 2013.  She was presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan was presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan sings after being presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan speaks after being presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan performs after receiving the Kiwanis International World Service Medal during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan speaks after being presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan waves to the crowd after receiving the Kiwanis International World Service Medal and performing two songs during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan, centre, receives the Kiwanis International World Service Medal from Kiwanis Foundation president Peter Mancuso, left, and Kiwanis International president Tom DeJulio during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan acknowledges the applause after singing at the Kiwanis convention,Vancouver June 29 2013.  She was presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan speaks after being presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan performs after receiving the Kiwanis International World Service Medal during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
Singer /songwriter Sarah McLachlan ( C )was presented with the Kiwanis service organization´s highest award—the 2013 World Service Medal by Peter Mancuso  ( L ), President of the Kiwanis Foundation, and Tom DeJulio ( R ), President of Kiwanis International,Vancouver June 29 2013.
Canadian recording artist Sarah McLachlan performs after receiving the Kiwanis International World Service Medal during the organization’s 98th annual convention in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday June 29, 2013. McLachlan, who founded a free music program in Vancouver for youth who wouldn’t otherwise have access to a music education, received the award for her dedication to music education.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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