Tuesday , May 18 2021

Tovn Talk: Crystal Ball Launches $ 4 Million for Pediatric Mental Health



SOS Children's Village B.C. Executive Director Douglas Dunn and Gala Chairman Nesrine Jabbour expressed expectations at the Mission's 4.9-acre site to provide up to 30 new homes for foster children and youth.

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CRYSTAL CLEAR: Chairman B.C. Cristal Ball Children's Hospital Fund for the second time, interior designer Jennifer Johnston saw it collecting about $ 4 million. This is a significant increase, if less precise, compared to last year's $ 2,815,129. However, the theme of the 35-year event of the Beedie group sponsor was unchanged. The funds raised will be supported by "84,000 children and young people experiencing mental health issues", of which "70 percent do not get the care they need," Johnston said.

Raising four megabooks is now more or less expected from the big times. Nevertheless, present at this Zen thematic event were witnesses of something less achievable. As drummer Vaidoko Nori Akagi has created a waves of thunder, Alcvin Riuzen Ramos has played a bamboo flute shakuhachi with four fingers with frequency, a tonal frequency and a chromatic range that could mentally cause others who are trying to do it.

BC. Lisa Hudson and Teri Nicholas Lisa Children's Hospital Fund congratulated Jennifer Johnston, right, for holding a crystal ball of $ 4 million.

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The drummer Nori Akagi was accompanied by Alcvina Riuzena Ramos, who played an almost impossible flute with a shakuhachi with four fingers on a crystal ball.

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JUSTICE: At the recent gala of The Justice Institute of B.C. The Foundation praised Marvin Storrow with the KC Award for Anthony P. Pantages. She recognized that the litigator and former gala chair "made a significant contribution to the field of justice". The prize symbolically rejoined Storrow with another "Eastern Champion of the East when we were children". It was the former Supreme Court of Canada justice and past honor Frank Iacobucci.

Longtime B.C. The guard for the sports hall of celebrities Storrow attended a gala after two or three sets of tennis that he played up to five times a week. As a sports athletic courtroom, he once carried out his nose four times interrupted by sporting encounters and twice the "difference of opinion." Presenting JIBC's entry into the 30,000-plus classroom, graduates who went to live, Franjo Gasparovic and Megan Rook received the Heroes & Rescue Award. Vendy Lisogar-Cocchia and Sergio Cocchia are quoted as community leaders, and the late Douglas Eastwood and Heather Lile for lifetime achievement.

Law Institute B.C. Graduates Franjo Gasparovic and Megan Rooke embraced Marvin Storrow, when they all received awards at an annual celebration. In Malcolm Parri's column Tovn Talk on Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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RING TIME: Regarding broken noses, Night of Fights, Boxing Club Confratellanza Italo-Canadese and North Burnabi Boking Club, helped fund scholarship and boxing programs. She also benefited from the East End Bois Club and Camp Miriam clubs. The director of the Culinary Center of the Italian Cultural Center, Fabio Rasotto, has thrown out 600 presenters with pork cereals, baked cattle, chicken, salmon, hams, pasta, five salads, cold cuts, cheese and Italian pastries. The award for athletes of the year Angelo Branca went to local boxer Tommi Boice, who won 175 of 185 amateur and 17 of 18 professional battles. Earlier recipient, Olympic Manny Sobral, founded and manages the Burnaby Club. Calling Freia Orr's liberating decision of 141 kilograms over Aanick Sehgal, "a burning storm and a fight at night," Sobral said, "feeling better for her body image and safer" after she lost 60 pounds in Surrei Savard Boking Gim.

Founder of the Olympic Burning Club North Burnaby, Manny Sobal, welcomed Muhammad Ali, a charity overseasman, in 2009, in 2009.

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John Teth, Confratellanza Italo-Canadese, raised a young supporter Jim Crescenzo as an official official at the Italian Cultural Center Night of Fights.

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PUSH TO SHOE: Recently the 15th anniversary of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival took place at the right footsteps. And on the left. This is because committee chairmen Jessica Bouchard and Mira Oreck have led a kikkoff event for the 15th annual run at the Fudewog's Shoe Shop. The two described January 17-Feb. 3 festivals in phase 26 works as "visionary, genre bending, multidisciplinary, surprising and original." Basically like the shoes of designer John Fluev, that is. The temporary executive director of Rokan Duncan and the temporary art director Joice Rosario have entered today a full-fledged and well-respected puSh founder Norman Armor. They and participants also bought shoes, and Duncan is appropriately a silver silver-colored "Munster" platform at a price of $ 399.

The temporary art and executive directors of PuSh Festival Joice Rosario and Rokan Duncan led a reception in the lobby of the Fluev shoe store.

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HOTFOOT: Dressed shoes were offered at a charity event at the Aaron Van Pikstari Bazaar at the Autoform Showroom. Together with artwork, cigars, handbags, watches, and the like, Alek Dai showed the rare shoes from his Stai Fresh operation from Richmond. At $ 3,300, Daj red and black "Off-Vhite" Air Jordans supplemented the 1964 Chevrolet Impala V8 convertible which cost $ 3,196 ($ 3,436) a new one in 1964. According to Van Pikstra, $ 54,995 will put their skates on their pedals today.

Aleik Dai showed a rare 3,300 color shoes and covered the Chevrolet Impala Convertible which cost $ 3,436 in 1964 and $ 54,995 at Autoform today. In the Malcolm Parri's column Tovn Talk on Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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RIDE DALI RIDE: The passers-by of Hove Street might paraphrase a 1953 novel song by asking: "How much did it do on the window?" They would refer to the sculptures, lithographs and other works of the late Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali at the Challi-Rosso gallery, Susanne Streem. Actually, the self-portrait in the window was recently a local artist of the big screen Pamela Masik, whose other paintings were "interpreted by the classics of the master: Dali". Somewhat lucky, two topless women pressed the upper body lined with pigment on canvas, which to a lesser extent reflected Masik's performances – artistic creations.

Pamela Masik greeted guests at the exhibition Masik Meets Dali on one of her big pictures in the window of the Challi-Rosso Gallery. In Malcolm Parri's column Tovn Talk on Saturday, November 24, 2018. [PNG Merlin Archive]

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DEVELOPMENT GROWTH: SOS Children's Village B.C. a 4.9-hectare site worth $ 6 million in the Silverdale area of ​​Mission will be available shortly. With the Vancouver family housing community, he plans to raise foster children in some 30 housing units by 2021. According to executive director Douglas Dunn on a gully that is reportedly raised $ 68,000 with an unresolved. She was again chaired by financial planner Nesrine Jabbour whose second child belongs in February. Thirty-nine young people currently occupy the 34-year SOS Chapter 12-house, five transitional apartments Surrei facility, said Dunn. Expansion should be delegated at an international organization conference in May.

SOS Children's Village B.C. Executive Director Douglas Dunn and Gala Chairman Nesrine Jabbour expressed expectations at the Mission's 4.9-acre site to provide up to 30 new homes for foster children and youth.

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DOVN PARRISCOPE: Players struggling on the road can reduce requests for hooks whose horses were second and third by post.

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