Town Talk: Crystal Ball builds $ 4 million for medical medicine



SOS Children's Village B.C. director of Douglas Dunn and chairman of Nesrine Jabbour's gala, looking forward to a 4.9-hectare Mission site. Bring up to 30 new homes for nursing children and young people to live.

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CHRISTMAS A & # 39; CLEAR: B.C. Crystal Crystal at the Children's Hospital Trust for the second time, a photographer inside Jennifer Johnson saw a $ 4 million build. That is a substantial increase, if it's so common, over $ 2,815,129 last year. But the theme of the 35th anniversary of the Beedie Group Group was not changed. The funds built will support "84,000 children and young people with mental health problems at B.C." of these, "70 per cent do not receive their care they need," said Johnston.

An increase of four megabucks now now looks more or less with big spears. Despite this, the attendants of this Zen event saw something that could not be achieved. As the Waidoko drummer created a continuous thunder-haired Akagi, Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos played the four-branch bamboo shakuhachi fluffy with frequent frequency of fluctuation, obesity and bones that could give emotional challenge to others who try to do that.

B.C. Lisa Hudson, Child Hospital Primary School and Teri Nicholas congratulated Jennifer Johnson, right to chair Crystal Ball $ 4 million.

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Wadaiko drum, Nori Akagi, alongside Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos playing Crystal Ball's four-inch four-inch shakuhachi whistle blow.

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SERVICE DEVELOPMENT: At its recent shop, the Institute Justice B.C. Marvin Storrow with honors with the Anthony P. Pantages Award. He acknowledged the reporter and the old chairman of "he has made a great deal in the field of justice." The Prize gave the Prince symbolically to another "yo-yo" event in the eastern end when we were the children. "Without the first Canadian highest court right and then high-ranking Frank Iacobucci.

Longtime B.C. The famous Talent Trustee, who attends the gala after playing the two sets of tennis matches up to five times a week. As it was as gymnastics as it was in the courtroom, he repeatedly described his nose four times with sporting decisions and twice with "differences of ideas." Produced by JIBC graduates, 30,000 in addition, graduates were Franjo Gasparovic and Megan Rook Heroes & Rescue Prize. Wendy Lisogar-Cocchia and Sergio Cocchia were nominated for community leadership, and the late Douglas Eastwood and Heather Lyle for life-long performance.

Justice & B.C. Institute graduates Franjo Gasparovic and Megan Rooke were dead by Marvin Storrow when they were all won at an annual fair. For Malcolm Parry's Town Talk column Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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RING TIME: With regard to the broken nose, the Italo-Canadese Confratellanza and Night 10 of the Burnout North Bout Club Bout helped the scholarship and boxing programs of that group. It was also the benefit of the East End Boys Club and Miriam Camp. The director of the Italian Cultural Center Fabio Rasotto had only dropped 600 attendants with pork slices, roasted beef, chicken, salmon, pesto pasta, five salads, cold cuts, cheese and Italian pasta. The Angelo Branca Sportswoman of the Year was awarded to the local dancer Tommy Boyce, who won 175 of 185 vital and 17 of 18 battle. A beginner, the Olympian Manny Sobral, was set up and oversees the Burnaby club. His voting is a sub-141 pound to & # 39; win the decision of Freya Orr to recover Aanika Sehgal, "shooting the night and fight at night," Sobral said the second thing is "better at her body's image and more confident" after to & # 39; Provides 60 pounds at Surrey & Savard Box Games.

Manny Sobal, the Olympic Burnboy founder of North Burnaby, has now welcomed – the big head about Muhammad Ali in 2009.

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John Teti, Confratellanza Italo-Canadese, a youth supporter, Jim Crescenzo, was found as a cell phone journalist at the Italian Cultural Center Night of Troops.

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GABHAIL A & # 39; FOR YOUR CHANGE: The International 15th anniversary PuSh Art Festival has recently been off the right foot. To the left too. That's because Jessica Bouchard and Mira Oreck's board leaders have had a disability event for her & # 39; Fifteen years running at the Gastown & Fluevog shoe store. Both commented on Jan. 17-February. There are 3 jobs based on the festival such as "visual, generic, multi-disciplinary, originating and original." Things like designer shoes John Fluevog, that is. The interim executive director Roxanne Duncan and interim director of Joyce Rosario interim came for now to retire and Norman Armor, the founder of PuSh, has been highly praised. They also got pants, Duncan's finest "Munster" platform suitable for a price of $ 399.

Interim Art and Direction Managers at Blas Joyce Rosario and Roxanne Duncan who received a pre-oral welcome in Fluevog shoe store.

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HOTFOOT: Professionals were offered at Aaron Van Pykstra's charitable event in the autoform showroom. Along with artwork, todays, handbags, watches and such as Alex Dai, rare sneakers appeared from Richmond's Fresh work by his founder. At $ 3,300, Air Jordans introduced "black-black" black-black Air Offsets from the Chevrolet Impala V8 1964 to cost US $ 3,196 (CAD $ 3,436) in 1964. According to Van Pykstra , $ 54,995 has been placed for tradesmen on pedals today.

Aleix Dai sneakers found scarce $ 3,300 to make the appearance of a convertible Chevrolet Impala earning $ 3,436 in 1964 and $ 54,995 at Autoform today. For Malcolm Parry's Town Talk column Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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RIDE DALI RIDE: Howe Street Passenger Passenger Route could describe the 1953 modern song by asking: "How big is Dali in the window?" They would describe the icons, lithographs and other jobs by going to; looking at Salvador Dali in Susanna Strem in the Challi-Rosso gallery. In fact, it has been self-designed in the recent window by the famous local artist Pamela Masik, with other pictures within "interpretative classes of the master: Dali." that, on a smaller scale, did describe Masik's art creation.

Pictured with one of her big pictures in the Challis-Rosso window, Pamela Masik welcomed guests on her presentation, Masik Meets Dali. For Malcolm Parry's Town Talk column Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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USING GROWTH: SOS Children's Village B.C. Getting a 4.9-hectare value worth $ 6 million in the Mission & Silverdale area. With the Native Vancouver Housing Association, he expects to home to nursing families in around 30 places in 2021. So executive director Douglas Dunnet said in a gala that could have raised $ 68,000 more than waiting. He was again chaired by the finance photographer Nesrine Jabbour and her second child in February. Thirty and nine young people are currently residing in the & # 39; Surrey, a 34-year-old, 12-house, Surrey five-wave series, says. The expansion should take place at the international conference of the organization here in May.

SOS Children's Village B.C. director of Douglas Dunn and chairman of Nesrine Jabbour's gala, looking forward to a 4.9-hectare Mission site. Bring up to 30 new homes for nursing children and young people to live.

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TOTAL PARRYSCOPE: Climbing on the lodges could be & # 39; mitigation of airplanes that were horses running the second and third places.

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