Fortnum releasing CD at Mary Clark Flowers

After a two-year sabbatical from touring and making records, Chilliwack's own singer-songwriter Debbie Fortnum is releasing reCOLLECTION, a compilation of her most popular vocal pieces.

Local praise artist Debbie Fortnum will be signing copies of her new CD at Mary Clark Flowers in Southgate Shopping Centre on Friday night.

After a two year sabbatical from touring and making records, Chilliwack’s own Debbie Fortnum is releasing reCOLLECTION, a compilation of her most popular vocal pieces.

The album is up for two awards from the Canadian Gospel Music Association, including compilation of the year and inspirational song of the year for the song, Imagine Immersion.

On the same day, Oct 14, Mary Clark Flowers will also be celebrating 60 years of service in Chilliwack with an all-day event.

Fortnum will be at the shop to meet fans and sign copies of her new CD from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Coffee and goodies will be served all day, provided by Decades Coffee Club.

Park Avenue Limousines will be offering free limo rides from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  
More at www.MaryClarkFlowers.com, or 604-792-0666.

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