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On Saturday 7th August the OASI Foundation in collaboration with APS Bank and GO, held the 19th edition of the annual open air festival Riflessi Sajfin, at the Menqa in Marsalforn, Gozo.

There are 3 main aims behind this event. Primarily to promote local talent as an alternative leisure by providing for prospective young artists an opportunity to exhibit themselves on a professionally equipped stage in front of a big audience. Secondly the events provides a channel through which OASI can promote its preventive messages against alcohol and drug abuse, and thirdly to provide free, family-friendly entertainment to the general public in return for its support during the years.

The three hour festival was a huge success, with a variety of artists performing on stage and with hundreds of Maltese, Gozitans and foreigners attending the event. A number of new performers and other established singers and dancers were given the opportunity to perform this year: Centre Stage Dance Academy, Morena, Miriam Christine, Mikaela Bajada, Ruth Portelli and Nadine Axisa.

Special thanks go to all the sponsors for all their support, who made this event possible namely; APS Bank, GO, Satariano, The Farsons Foundation, The Malta Vodafone Foundation, Lombard Bank, General Soft Drinks Ltd sponsored through Kristal Water, Gozo Channel Company Limited, Meylak Jewellers, Dominic Department Store, Roma Enterprises Ltd, J&C Attard Butcher, Saver Green Grocer, D Look Boutique, Bellusa Café, Joseph Dispensing Opticians, Tal-Mudell Hardware, The Photoshop, Island Tech., Benetton and Karapuna, Gozo Business Systems Ltd., Spiteri Catering, The Palace, Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz, Le Meridien, Downtown Hotel, Diplomat Hotel, Park Hotel, Bonitos Restaurant, Ping’s Dining, La Trattoria Restaurant, Georgina Beauty Therapist, El Dorado Restaurant, Pisces Hair Salon, Ristorante Arzella, Ic-Cima Restaurant, Amanda’s Hair Salon, Pulena Bar and Restaurant, Dorothy’s Unisex Hair Salon, Maxine’s Beauty Spot, Looks Hair Salon, Maria Salon Hairdressing, Angelie Beauty Salon, Smuggler’s Cave, Odyssey Bar-Restaurant-Pizzerija and Papillon’s Unisex Hair Studio.

OASI Foundation would also like to show its gratitude towards all who participated on and behind stage and the general public who have always given the Foundation  their support and appreciation.  A special thanks goes also to all volunteers for their organisational support, and for the 19th time to make Riflessi Sajfin 2010 the success that it was.


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