The 48th installment of TeleMiracle takes place this weekend in Regina and one Kindersley individual will be at the annual event to present funds raised and showcase her talent.

Brooke Boisvert, a grade 7 student at Elizabeth Middle School will be on stage at TeleMiracle, Sunday at 1:15 PM to present a cheque which is combined funds raised by Boisvert herself and all 3 Kindersley schools.

To date, combined donations have reached over $11,000 and will go to the Kinsmen Foundation which serve Saskatchewan families and organizations who require medical treatment, equipment, travel funds, adaptive technology, etc. 

Boisvert will also have her dancing skills on display with a pre recorded performance which viewers will be able to watch during the broadcast. 

During an interview with Country 104 Morning Show host Aaron Harle, Boisvert discussed her passion for dance, why TeleMiracle holds a special place in her heart, and what she intends to do following TeleMiracle. 

Donations can be made to Boisvert's TeleMiracle fundraising campaign page.

Listen to Boisvert's interview below.