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Posted: Thursday, October 21, 2010 1:30 pm | Updated: 2:53 pm, Thu Dec 30, 2010.

Watoto, a holistic care program serving the needs of Uganda and its people, has announced that the worldwide "Restore Tour: Child Soldier No More" will appear at Desert Springs Church, 19620 S. McQueen Road, Chandler, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21. This scintillating, free stage production chronicles the child soldier and the greater community of northern Uganda who have endured some of the worst atrocities known to man.

Designed to share a story of courage and restoration from the Ugandan region with the rest of the world, the production will give audiences the opportunity to meet the people, hear their stories and share in their new found freedom, dignity and hope, as well as provide financial support. Set to the backdrop of vibrant music, dance, drama and multimedia (http://vimeo.com/12844830), this highly poignant live production is intended to illuminate the realities of what has taken place.

The production contains graphic images which may not be suitable for children under 12. Parental guidance is strongly advised.

For further information, visit www.watoto.com.

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