On May 15, St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church in Jenkintown hosted a benefit performance featuring the Voloshky School of Ukrainian Dance, with guest appearances by the Voloshky Ensemble, Kruno Spisic Gypsy Jazz and the Metropolitan Ballet Academy and Company.
(Read a feature story on the May 15 Ukrainian dance festival at St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church in Jenkintown.)
Traditional Ukrainian foods and crafts, along with an array of auction items, rounded out the event, with all proceeds benefiting the Ukrainian Federation of America’s relief efforts for Ukraine, now in the third month of a full-scale invasion by Russia that has killed thousands and displaced some 13 million.
(Photos by Gina Christian.)
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