thank you!

 Over the past 10 years we have strived to bring awareness to a very misunderstood childhood disease and bring attention to the organizations researching and supporting it.   ARC (Arthritis Research Canada) is the largest clinical arthritis research center in North America.  Please consider supporting them at https://www.arthritisresearch.ca/.  


Angel Award would like to thank all of our supporters, sponsors and audience over the years and while we say goodbye to our show for now, the mission remains to continue to support and transform the lives of people living with the auto-immune disease.  

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2019 ANGEL AWARD WINNERS

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SCOTT BERG

 Overall Angel Award Performance Winner 

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Cadence Panich

 People's Choice Award 

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Aiden McLane & Peter Blades

 Instrumental duet 

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Carson Venne

Solo Voice

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Eva Attwood

Solo Dance

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Accentz Quartet

Group Dance

About Us

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, a painful debilitation auto-immune disease affects approximately 3 in 1000 children.  The medications and pain that these children endure is debilitating and heartbreaking to watch.  


As a parent of a young daughter who suffers from this condition, I feel very passionate about making Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis a disease that is only mentioned in history books. The competition is offering opportunity and encouragement to gifted young performers on a path toward their passion. Congratulations to all our contestants for 2018 Angel Award.  We hope to see you back again next year! 


~ Louise Boisvert, Angel Award Producer

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Ben Klick, past Angel Award Winner

Presented by the Lake Country Arts Council

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OUR SPONSORS

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