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Follow John Johnston as he captures the best of our city’s social scene from the red carpet to the cocktail circuit to the VIP events. Got a local soiree coming up the Free Press might attend? Tell John at john.johnston@freepress.mb.ca

  • At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn.  For people who like their pets interesting, there's nothing like an exotic animal expo. Dozens of local breeders and store owners gathered at the Victoria Inn to display their exotic snakes, lizards, tarantulas and more. If you missed this one, there is a two-day event on Oct. 4 and 5.  From left: Casey Trizpit (Winnipeg Reptiles), Bruce Kiesman, Steve Jones.

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    At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn. For people who like their pets interesting, there's nothing like an exotic animal expo. Dozens of local breeders and store owners gathered at the Victoria Inn to display their exotic snakes, lizards, tarantulas and more. If you missed this one, there is a two-day event on Oct. 4 and 5. From left: Casey Trizpit (Winnipeg Reptiles), Bruce Kiesman, Steve Jones.

  • At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn, from left: Steve Rempel (Prairie Exotic), Devin Bunney.

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    At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn, from left: Steve Rempel (Prairie Exotic), Devin Bunney.

  • At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn. From left: Jeff Tumbokon, John Johnson, Kimberley-Anne Johnson (A Crazy Spider Lady).

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    At the Exotic Animal Expo at Victoria Inn. From left: Jeff Tumbokon, John Johnson, Kimberley-Anne Johnson (A Crazy Spider Lady).

  • Winnipeg's Muslim community is in the middle of another Give 30 campaign in support of Winnipeg Harvest. Give 30 is an initiative that encourages people who are fasting to donate some of the money they are saving by skipping meals during Ramadan. From left: Galal Daba, Osama Jarkas, Ahmed Farag, Zarreen Barlas, Kobra Rahimi, Maryam Rahimi.

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    Winnipeg's Muslim community is in the middle of another Give 30 campaign in support of Winnipeg Harvest. Give 30 is an initiative that encourages people who are fasting to donate some of the money they are saving by skipping meals during Ramadan. From left: Galal Daba, Osama Jarkas, Ahmed Farag, Zarreen Barlas, Kobra Rahimi, Maryam Rahimi.

  • From left: Dustin Refvik (Spotopen.ca), Bryce North (Advolve Media), Obby Khan (Shawarma Khan), Mohammad Almaleki (Koality Agency), Joseph Ranseth (Vine Multimedia).

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    From left: Dustin Refvik (Spotopen.ca), Bryce North (Advolve Media), Obby Khan (Shawarma Khan), Mohammad Almaleki (Koality Agency), Joseph Ranseth (Vine Multimedia).

  • A group of Muslims praying at sunset at the outdoor event.

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    A group of Muslims praying at sunset at the outdoor event.

  • Little Mountain Sportsplex  Top Corporate Fundraising team. Team Black Cat who raised $3,300 Back Row (L-R) Riley Rubashewsy, Cory Peebles, Derrick Pietsch Middle Row (L-R) Rod Goetz, Felicia Brooks , Ramey Goetz Front Row (L-R) Skylar, Becky Peebles, Harley Griffin , Rayley Goetz

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    Little Mountain Sportsplex Top Corporate Fundraising team. Team Black Cat who raised $3,300 Back Row (L-R) Riley Rubashewsy, Cory Peebles, Derrick Pietsch Middle Row (L-R) Rod Goetz, Felicia Brooks , Ramey Goetz Front Row (L-R) Skylar, Becky Peebles, Harley Griffin , Rayley Goetz

  • The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (Prairies NWT) held their annual Batting Against Breast Cancer slo-pitch tournament at Little Mountain Sportsplex. The family friendly event raised over $60,000 towards the organization's vision of creating a future without breast cancer. To learn more visit cbcf.org.  Representing the Top Fundraising Team Machine Gun Jubblies  who raised $5,700 (L-R) Don Crerar, Mike Crerar, Ashlyn Crerar, Cynthia Hein, Carol Crerar

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    The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (Prairies NWT) held their annual Batting Against Breast Cancer slo-pitch tournament at Little Mountain Sportsplex. The family friendly event raised over $60,000 towards the organization's vision of creating a future without breast cancer. To learn more visit cbcf.org. Representing the Top Fundraising Team Machine Gun Jubblies who raised $5,700 (L-R) Don Crerar, Mike Crerar, Ashlyn Crerar, Cynthia Hein, Carol Crerar

  • The Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints kicked off their 9th annual summer food drive in support of Winnipeg Harvest. Around 500 volunteers will take to the streets July 14-18 dropping off tent cards in 60,000 mailboxes across the city. The cards have Harvest's most wanted food items. People are asked to put items on a bag with the tent card attached on July 19th and volunteers will pick up the food between 9-12. (L-R) The Gatz Family whose two teenage daughters Sarah and Brittany have been volunteering in the food drive since they were 4 years old. (L-R) Sarah, Brittany, Stephan, Emma, Duncan, Andrew, Andrea and Rachel Gatz

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    The Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints kicked off their 9th annual summer food drive in support of Winnipeg Harvest. Around 500 volunteers will take to the streets July 14-18 dropping off tent cards in 60,000 mailboxes across the city. The cards have Harvest's most wanted food items. People are asked to put items on a bag with the tent card attached on July 19th and volunteers will pick up the food between 9-12. (L-R) The Gatz Family whose two teenage daughters Sarah and Brittany have been volunteering in the food drive since they were 4 years old. (L-R) Sarah, Brittany, Stephan, Emma, Duncan, Andrew, Andrea and Rachel Gatz

  • The 7th annual Handbell Guilds of Canada held their 7th Canada National Ringing Link at the Victoria Inn. The event is held once every 3 years and this marks the second time the event has been held in Winnipeg.  The 4 day festival brings handbell ringers together from all over Canada. To learn more visit handbell.ca (L-R) Stuart Sladden (Conductor), Patsy Andrews-Vert (Event Co-Chair), Emmy Okazawa-Bortolin (Chair of the Handbell Guilds of Canada), Morna-June Morrow (Event Co-Chair), Monica McGowan (Conductor from Minnesota)

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    The 7th annual Handbell Guilds of Canada held their 7th Canada National Ringing Link at the Victoria Inn. The event is held once every 3 years and this marks the second time the event has been held in Winnipeg. The 4 day festival brings handbell ringers together from all over Canada. To learn more visit handbell.ca (L-R) Stuart Sladden (Conductor), Patsy Andrews-Vert (Event Co-Chair), Emmy Okazawa-Bortolin (Chair of the Handbell Guilds of Canada), Morna-June Morrow (Event Co-Chair), Monica McGowan (Conductor from Minnesota)

  • The 33rd annual Blue Bomber Breakfast was put on by the Fund Raisers at the Viscount Gort Hotel. The event raises funds to support programs for individuals with mental challenges. Sadly, one of the founders of the event, Don Ellerby, passed way in May.
(L-R) Ken Galanchuk (Event Co-Chair), Mike O’shea (Blue Bomber Coach), Jeanne Mulvenna (Event Co-Chair), Chris Greaves (Blue Bomber)

    The 33rd annual Blue Bomber Breakfast was put on by the Fund Raisers at the Viscount Gort Hotel. The event raises funds to support programs for individuals with mental challenges. Sadly, one of the founders of the event, Don Ellerby, passed way in May. (L-R) Ken Galanchuk (Event Co-Chair), Mike O’shea (Blue Bomber Coach), Jeanne Mulvenna (Event Co-Chair), Chris Greaves (Blue Bomber)

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From left, Julian Feoli (Blue Bomber), Jack Enfield (Blue Bomber fan), Michel Pierre Pontbriand (Blue Bomber), Cory Watson (Blue Bomber) take part in the Blue Bombers Fundraiser breakfast.

    From left, Julian Feoli (Blue Bomber), Jack Enfield (Blue Bomber fan), Michel Pierre Pontbriand (Blue Bomber), Cory Watson (Blue Bomber) take part in the Blue Bombers Fundraiser breakfast.

  • From left, April Slusaranko, Donovan Alexander (Blue Bomber) and Don Ernst pose at the Fund Raisers Blue Bomber Breakfast at Viscount Gort Hotel.

    John Johnson

    From left, April Slusaranko, Donovan Alexander (Blue Bomber) and Don Ernst pose at the Fund Raisers Blue Bomber Breakfast at Viscount Gort Hotel.

  • Representing the Cheer Team (L-R), David Bruneau, Hailey Musto, Rachel Guenther, Danika Frederik pose at the Blue Bombers' fundraiser breakfast.

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    Representing the Cheer Team (L-R), David Bruneau, Hailey Musto, Rachel Guenther, Danika Frederik pose at the Blue Bombers' fundraiser breakfast.

  • Shalom Residences Dinner at Fairmont Hotel
Jeff Klasser (Past President), Ken Mount, Faye Mount (Past President), Karla Berbrayer, Allen Kraut (Past President)

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    Shalom Residences Dinner at Fairmont Hotel Jeff Klasser (Past President), Ken Mount, Faye Mount (Past President), Karla Berbrayer, Allen Kraut (Past President)

  • Shalom Residences Dinner at Fairmont Hotel
Shalom Residences' annual $1,000-a-plate fundraising dinner was held at the Fairmont Hotel. The Shalom Residences is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that provides residential services in houses and apartments for adults with intellectual disabilities.  To learn more, visit shalomresidences.com

(L-R) Some of the founding members (L-R) Dr. Robert Paul, Elaine Paul, Dolly and Wally Chudnow, Frank and Sybil Steele

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    Shalom Residences Dinner at Fairmont Hotel Shalom Residences' annual $1,000-a-plate fundraising dinner was held at the Fairmont Hotel. The Shalom Residences is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that provides residential services in houses and apartments for adults with intellectual disabilities. To learn more, visit shalomresidences.com (L-R) Some of the founding members (L-R) Dr. Robert Paul, Elaine Paul, Dolly and Wally Chudnow, Frank and Sybil Steele

  • From left, Charles Tax (President Shalom Residences), Susan Tax (Resident Shalom Residences), Nancy Hughes (Executive Director Shalom Residences), Elaine Paul (Dinner Chair)

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    From left, Charles Tax (President Shalom Residences), Susan Tax (Resident Shalom Residences), Nancy Hughes (Executive Director Shalom Residences), Elaine Paul (Dinner Chair)

  • The fifth annual Walk to Fight Arthritis took place at Assiniboine Park included 750 participants and raised more than $80,000 for local programs. From left, Walk to Fight Arthritis ambassador Russell Listmayer (Top Individual Fundraiser second year in a row), emcee Ace Burpee, walk ambassador Kelsey Forrest, Lynne McCarthy (Chair Divisional Advisory Board, The Arthritis Society) and walk ambassador Wanda Guenette.

    Photo by Barry Panas

    The fifth annual Walk to Fight Arthritis took place at Assiniboine Park included 750 participants and raised more than $80,000 for local programs. From left, Walk to Fight Arthritis ambassador Russell Listmayer (Top Individual Fundraiser second year in a row), emcee Ace Burpee, walk ambassador Kelsey Forrest, Lynne McCarthy (Chair Divisional Advisory Board, The Arthritis Society) and walk ambassador Wanda Guenette.

  • Walk to Fight Arthritis at Assiniboine Park Team Sarbit Travel & Insurance Agency: (L-R) Dan Sylvester, Jadwiga Solarczyk, Diane Viveiros, Jennifer Russell, Cathy Gouthro, Ray Russell, Abbie Viveiros, Devon Solarczyk, Ashley Solarczyk, Ryan Hanson, Ace Burpee, Kelsey Forrest, Lynne McCarthy, Russell Listmayer, Wanda Guenette, Meghan Solarczyk, Pat Sylvester, John Solarczyk and Ted Szajer.

    Photo by Barry Panas

    Walk to Fight Arthritis at Assiniboine Park Team Sarbit Travel & Insurance Agency: (L-R) Dan Sylvester, Jadwiga Solarczyk, Diane Viveiros, Jennifer Russell, Cathy Gouthro, Ray Russell, Abbie Viveiros, Devon Solarczyk, Ashley Solarczyk, Ryan Hanson, Ace Burpee, Kelsey Forrest, Lynne McCarthy, Russell Listmayer, Wanda Guenette, Meghan Solarczyk, Pat Sylvester, John Solarczyk and Ted Szajer.

  • Walk to Fight Arthritis at Assiniboine Park 

Team Kick-N-It (L-R) Reyar Reyes (Filipino Express Newspaper), Nelson Celones, Minda Surla (Sarbit Travel & Insurance owner), Contessa (Consuelo) Benson (Sarbit Travel General Manager), Ace Burpee, Kelsey Forrest, Russell Listmayer, Lynne McCarthy, Hamida Caringal, Wanda Guenette, Loida Arevalo, Gigi Casidsid, Marianne Galan, Vangie Macalalad and Jhoan Minko (kneeling in front). Missing: Marissa Calvadores, Rebecca Perron, Marilyn Atienza, Pablito Timbang

    Barry Panas photo

    Walk to Fight Arthritis at Assiniboine Park Team Kick-N-It (L-R) Reyar Reyes (Filipino Express Newspaper), Nelson Celones, Minda Surla (Sarbit Travel & Insurance owner), Contessa (Consuelo) Benson (Sarbit Travel General Manager), Ace Burpee, Kelsey Forrest, Russell Listmayer, Lynne McCarthy, Hamida Caringal, Wanda Guenette, Loida Arevalo, Gigi Casidsid, Marianne Galan, Vangie Macalalad and Jhoan Minko (kneeling in front). Missing: Marissa Calvadores, Rebecca Perron, Marilyn Atienza, Pablito Timbang

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg  Friends of Winnipeg Free Press Columnist Lindor Reynolds put on an African themed garden party to help her in her quest to build a school in Kenya. The school will be built through Marc and Craig Keilburger's Free the Children charity. To learn more or to make a donation visit buildaschool.ca  Back Row (L-R) Louis Trepel, John Graham (Safeway), Julie Carl (Winnipeg Free Press) Seated (L-R) Lindor Reynolds (Winnipeg Free Press), Laura Hawkins (Picante Advertising)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg Friends of Winnipeg Free Press Columnist Lindor Reynolds put on an African themed garden party to help her in her quest to build a school in Kenya. The school will be built through Marc and Craig Keilburger's Free the Children charity. To learn more or to make a donation visit buildaschool.ca Back Row (L-R) Louis Trepel, John Graham (Safeway), Julie Carl (Winnipeg Free Press) Seated (L-R) Lindor Reynolds (Winnipeg Free Press), Laura Hawkins (Picante Advertising)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg  Gail Asper, Bob Cox (Winnipeg Free Press), David Northcott (Winnipeg Harvest), Kathy Northcott, Sherri Walsh

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg Gail Asper, Bob Cox (Winnipeg Free Press), David Northcott (Winnipeg Harvest), Kathy Northcott, Sherri Walsh

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg  Doug Speirs (Winnipeg Free Press), Dez Daniels, Paul Samyn (Winnipeg Free Press), Kevin Rollason (Winnipeg Free Press)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg Doug Speirs (Winnipeg Free Press), Dez Daniels, Paul Samyn (Winnipeg Free Press), Kevin Rollason (Winnipeg Free Press)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg   (L-R)Susie Erjavec Parker (Sparker Strategy Group), Megan Turner, Kristen Shipman-Adams (co-founders of Making Roots Montessori Centre Inc.)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Lindor Reynolds Garden Party - Delta Winnipeg (L-R)Susie Erjavec Parker (Sparker Strategy Group), Megan Turner, Kristen Shipman-Adams (co-founders of Making Roots Montessori Centre Inc.)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall - Back Row (L-R) Chris Kowalczuk (Blue Bombers), Chris Greaves (Blue Bombers), Donovan Alexander (Variety Alumni, Blue Bombers), Boomer (Blue Bombers) Front Row (L-R) Buzz (Blue Bombers), Cody Calcutt (Variety Alumni), Joe Calcutt

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall - Back Row (L-R) Chris Kowalczuk (Blue Bombers), Chris Greaves (Blue Bombers), Donovan Alexander (Variety Alumni, Blue Bombers), Boomer (Blue Bombers) Front Row (L-R) Buzz (Blue Bombers), Cody Calcutt (Variety Alumni), Joe Calcutt

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall QX104 and FAB 94.3 hosted a Radiothon in Garden City Shopping Mall in support of Variety the Children's Charity. The event earned over $12,000 in support of children all over Manitoba.  (L-R) Ashley Irwin (Variety), Shanlee Johnson (Variety), Jerry Maslowsky (Variety), Jonathan Best (QX104), Dug Joy (FAB 94.3), Nancy Militano (Variety) and Mike Hayes (QX104)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall QX104 and FAB 94.3 hosted a Radiothon in Garden City Shopping Mall in support of Variety the Children's Charity. The event earned over $12,000 in support of children all over Manitoba. (L-R) Ashley Irwin (Variety), Shanlee Johnson (Variety), Jerry Maslowsky (Variety), Jonathan Best (QX104), Dug Joy (FAB 94.3), Nancy Militano (Variety) and Mike Hayes (QX104)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall (L-R) Boomer (Blue Bombers), Laurie Kirby, Tara Maslowsky, Roy Rosmus, Suzanne Wiebe, Chris Maslowsky, Bob Johnson (Variety Volunteers)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall (L-R) Boomer (Blue Bombers), Laurie Kirby, Tara Maslowsky, Roy Rosmus, Suzanne Wiebe, Chris Maslowsky, Bob Johnson (Variety Volunteers)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall - (L-R) Brody Jackson (QX104), Jerry Maslowsky (Variety), Dave Meister (Papa Murphy's) and Samantha Stevens (QX104)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Variety the Children's Charity Radiothon - Garden City Mall - (L-R) Brody Jackson (QX104), Jerry Maslowsky (Variety), Dave Meister (Papa Murphy's) and Samantha Stevens (QX104)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre 10 teams competed in the 5th Ramp Up Weekend competition for startup businesses. The event took place over a weekend at the Asper Executive Education Centre. The teams are challenged with turning a business, technology or product idea into a 'minimum viable product' within 54 hours to pitch judges for cash prizes.  Several Winnipeg based businesses have gotten their start from these competitions including spotopen.ca, permissionclick.com and visualspection.com.  To learn more visit RampUpWeekend.com or StartupWinnipeg.com  Organizers and sponsors (L-R) Marguerite Simmard (World Trade Centre Winnipeg), Andrea Legary (Delloite), Dustin Refvik (Spotopen.ca), Joelle Foster (Futurpreneur Canada), Marney Stapley (MTS), Brent Wennekes (Innovate Manitoba), Chris Johnson (Permissionclick.com), Michael Glazier (Booke and Partners)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre 10 teams competed in the 5th Ramp Up Weekend competition for startup businesses. The event took place over a weekend at the Asper Executive Education Centre. The teams are challenged with turning a business, technology or product idea into a 'minimum viable product' within 54 hours to pitch judges for cash prizes. Several Winnipeg based businesses have gotten their start from these competitions including spotopen.ca, permissionclick.com and visualspection.com. To learn more visit RampUpWeekend.com or StartupWinnipeg.com Organizers and sponsors (L-R) Marguerite Simmard (World Trade Centre Winnipeg), Andrea Legary (Delloite), Dustin Refvik (Spotopen.ca), Joelle Foster (Futurpreneur Canada), Marney Stapley (MTS), Brent Wennekes (Innovate Manitoba), Chris Johnson (Permissionclick.com), Michael Glazier (Booke and Partners)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre 1st Place team Gamechangr (L-R) Stephen Lozano, Matt Doak, Luc Bohunicky

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre 1st Place team Gamechangr (L-R) Stephen Lozano, Matt Doak, Luc Bohunicky

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 21st, 2014  Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre   Judges (L-R) Sean Burns, (VA Angels), Stuart Henrickson (Red Leaf Capital/Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship), Jeff Ryzner (The Eureka Project) 2nd Place team Collectsaur (L-R)Kevin Buckner, Christos Vasilarakis, Taylor Sando, Bryce North

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 21st, 2014 Ramp Up Weekend - Asper Executive Education Centre Judges (L-R) Sean Burns, (VA Angels), Stuart Henrickson (Red Leaf Capital/Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship), Jeff Ryzner (The Eureka Project) 2nd Place team Collectsaur (L-R)Kevin Buckner, Christos Vasilarakis, Taylor Sando, Bryce North

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Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg
(L-R) Mike, Brady, Paige, Meghan & Cheryl Janz (Variety Family)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg (L-R) Mike, Brady, Paige, Meghan & Cheryl Janz (Variety Family)

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Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg

(L-R) Rob Young, Anne Daeninck, Felicia Daeninck, Noah Evans, Dr. Mark Evans, Cami Daeninck, Tom Daeninck, Karen Daeninck, Monica Furer, Dr. Paul Daeninck

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg (L-R) Rob Young, Anne Daeninck, Felicia Daeninck, Noah Evans, Dr. Mark Evans, Cami Daeninck, Tom Daeninck, Karen Daeninck, Monica Furer, Dr. Paul Daeninck

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Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg
Representing radio sponsors QX104 and FAB 94.3 (L-R) Frank Andrews, Jim Van Dusen, Tanya Swanson, Mike Hayes, Kelly Parker, Jonathan Best, Samantha Stevens, Marnie Morris, Mark Morris, Brody Jackson

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg Representing radio sponsors QX104 and FAB 94.3 (L-R) Frank Andrews, Jim Van Dusen, Tanya Swanson, Mike Hayes, Kelly Parker, Jonathan Best, Samantha Stevens, Marnie Morris, Mark Morris, Brody Jackson

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St Mary�s Academy Marian Awards � Manitoba Club
Back row (L-R)  Dr. Paul Zywina, Lucille Zywina, Sr. Josephine Chudzik, Sr. Leonne Dumesnil, Sr. Cathy Laviolette, Lucille Mahon,Sr. Johanna Jonker
Front Row (L-R) Dr. Chris Butterill, Gail Burns, Sr. Mary Gorman

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 St Mary�s Academy Marian Awards � Manitoba Club Back row (L-R) Dr. Paul Zywina, Lucille Zywina, Sr. Josephine Chudzik, Sr. Leonne Dumesnil, Sr. Cathy Laviolette, Lucille Mahon,Sr. Johanna Jonker Front Row (L-R) Dr. Chris Butterill, Gail Burns, Sr. Mary Gorman

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Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg

Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala was held at the Delta Winnipeg. The sold out event raised a total of $130,000 to enhance the lives of Manitoba�s children. To learn more about Variety and the work they do for children of all abilities visit varietymanitoba.com
(L-R) Laurie Fischer (Variety Board Member), Jerry Maslowsky (CEO Variety), Holly Cowan (Contemporary Printing), Louis Trepel (Variety International Ambassador)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala � Delta Winnipeg Variety the Children�s Charity Gold Heart Gala was held at the Delta Winnipeg. The sold out event raised a total of $130,000 to enhance the lives of Manitoba�s children. To learn more about Variety and the work they do for children of all abilities visit varietymanitoba.com (L-R) Laurie Fischer (Variety Board Member), Jerry Maslowsky (CEO Variety), Holly Cowan (Contemporary Printing), Louis Trepel (Variety International Ambassador)

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St Mary�s Academy Marian Awards � Manitoba Club

The 2014 St. Mary�s Academy Marian awards luncheon was held at the Manitoba Club. The awards are given out annually to alumnae and friends who model excellence and service in their personal and professional lives. The awards were established in 2005 to recognize a variety of outstanding achievements alumnae and friends of the school.

(L-R) Colleen O�Rourke, Kellie O�Rourke (Marian Award Recipient), Sr. Susan Wikeem, Leanne Boyd (Marian Award Recipient), Sr. Lesley Sacouman, Andrea Cibinel

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 14th, 2014 St Mary�s Academy Marian Awards � Manitoba Club The 2014 St. Mary�s Academy Marian awards luncheon was held at the Manitoba Club. The awards are given out annually to alumnae and friends who model excellence and service in their personal and professional lives. The awards were established in 2005 to recognize a variety of outstanding achievements alumnae and friends of the school. (L-R) Colleen O�Rourke, Kellie O�Rourke (Marian Award Recipient), Sr. Susan Wikeem, Leanne Boyd (Marian Award Recipient), Sr. Lesley Sacouman, Andrea Cibinel

  • Social Page for June 7th, 2014  BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards  The Bros. Landreth perform at the WCMA nominee announcement. Photo by Riele Bailey

    Riele Bailey

    Social Page for June 7th, 2014 BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards The Bros. Landreth perform at the WCMA nominee announcement. Photo by Riele Bailey

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Winnipeg Pet Rescue, The Gates. The Mardis Gras themed event included a special Brazillian dance performance.

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Winnipeg Pet Rescue, The Gates. The Mardis Gras themed event included a special Brazillian dance performance.

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum  (L-R) Kelly McArthur (Region Campaign Manager Friends of The Canadian Museum of Human Rights), Carolyn Basha (Region Campaign Manager FCMHR), Helen Halliday (Delta Winnipeg), Gary and Nancy Filmon,  Diane Boyle (CEO Friends of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights), Richard Halliday

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum (L-R) Kelly McArthur (Region Campaign Manager Friends of The Canadian Museum of Human Rights), Carolyn Basha (Region Campaign Manager FCMHR), Helen Halliday (Delta Winnipeg), Gary and Nancy Filmon, Diane Boyle (CEO Friends of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights), Richard Halliday

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum  The Manitoba Museum put on a fundraising (Un)Tribute for Doug Harvey. The sold out event featured a gentle roasting of one of Winnipeg's finest businessman, community leaders and philanthropists. Funds raised at the event went to the Access for All program which allows equal opportuniuty access to the museum regardless of social, economic or educational barriers. To learn more about the museum visit manitobamuseum.ca  (L-R) Jordan Harvey, Samantha Pierce, Mike Green, Lauren Harvey, Doug Harvey, Jan Shute, Meghan Furst, Brendan McCurry

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum The Manitoba Museum put on a fundraising (Un)Tribute for Doug Harvey. The sold out event featured a gentle roasting of one of Winnipeg's finest businessman, community leaders and philanthropists. Funds raised at the event went to the Access for All program which allows equal opportuniuty access to the museum regardless of social, economic or educational barriers. To learn more about the museum visit manitobamuseum.ca (L-R) Jordan Harvey, Samantha Pierce, Mike Green, Lauren Harvey, Doug Harvey, Jan Shute, Meghan Furst, Brendan McCurry

  • BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards  The Western Canadian Music Alliance announced all the nominees for the Western Canadian Music Awards at Manitoba Music. The announcement featured a performance by The Bros. Landreth.  Winners will be announced at the Western Canadian Music Awards Gala at the new Club Regent Event Centre, on October 5 during the BreakOut West weekend. BreakOut West takes place October 2nd to 5th in Winnipeg and is part of the 2014 Manitoba Year of Music. Stu Anderson (Paquin Entertainment), Erick Cassleman (Park Theatre), Sara Stasiuk (Manitoba Music), Marco Castillo, Kelly Berehulka (Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries), Ginny Collins (Manitoba Film & Music) Jorge Requena Ramos (The Mariachi Ghost)  Photo by Riele Bailey

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    BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards The Western Canadian Music Alliance announced all the nominees for the Western Canadian Music Awards at Manitoba Music. The announcement featured a performance by The Bros. Landreth. Winners will be announced at the Western Canadian Music Awards Gala at the new Club Regent Event Centre, on October 5 during the BreakOut West weekend. BreakOut West takes place October 2nd to 5th in Winnipeg and is part of the 2014 Manitoba Year of Music. Stu Anderson (Paquin Entertainment), Erick Cassleman (Park Theatre), Sara Stasiuk (Manitoba Music), Marco Castillo, Kelly Berehulka (Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries), Ginny Collins (Manitoba Film & Music) Jorge Requena Ramos (The Mariachi Ghost) Photo by Riele Bailey

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards  The Bros. Landreth  (L-R) Kris Ulrich, David Landreth, Joey Landreth with Rick Fenton (Break Out West) and Alex Campbell - Photo by Riele Bailey

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 BreakOut West, Western Canadian Music Awards The Bros. Landreth (L-R) Kris Ulrich, David Landreth, Joey Landreth with Rick Fenton (Break Out West) and Alex Campbell - Photo by Riele Bailey

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum  (L-R) Shelly Betton, Blake Fitzpatrick (Maple Leaf Construction), Claudette Leclerc (CEO Manitoba Museum), Jeoff Chipman (Chair, Board of Governors Manitoba Museum), Nancy Groff.

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Doug Harvey (Un)Tribute - Manitoba Museum (L-R) Shelly Betton, Blake Fitzpatrick (Maple Leaf Construction), Claudette Leclerc (CEO Manitoba Museum), Jeoff Chipman (Chair, Board of Governors Manitoba Museum), Nancy Groff.

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Winnipeg Pet Rescue, The Gates   Representing White Lotus Pet Spa (L-R) Karlee Gerrand, Corina Fizzard, Gillian Cabel, Alecia Forbes, Patrick W. Maxwell, Jennifer Perrin, Darrell Willim, with Jon Stebbe (Fine Lifestyles Magazine)

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Winnipeg Pet Rescue, The Gates Representing White Lotus Pet Spa (L-R) Karlee Gerrand, Corina Fizzard, Gillian Cabel, Alecia Forbes, Patrick W. Maxwell, Jennifer Perrin, Darrell Willim, with Jon Stebbe (Fine Lifestyles Magazine)

  • JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  Social Page for June 7th, 2014  Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter, The Gates.  Winnipeg Pet Rescue held a Mardis Paws fundraiser at the The Gates. Winnipeg Pet Rescue is Winnipeg's first registered charity No-Kill animal shelter. The shelter operates solely on donations and fundraising activities and has often found. To learn more visit petrescueshelter.com  (L-R) Jennifer David (Energy 106), Carla Martinelli-Irvine (Executive Director, Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter), Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106)

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    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for June 7th, 2014 Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter, The Gates. Winnipeg Pet Rescue held a Mardis Paws fundraiser at the The Gates. Winnipeg Pet Rescue is Winnipeg's first registered charity No-Kill animal shelter. The shelter operates solely on donations and fundraising activities and has often found. To learn more visit petrescueshelter.com (L-R) Jennifer David (Energy 106), Carla Martinelli-Irvine (Executive Director, Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter), Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106)

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Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards 

(L-R) Richard Leipsic, Gail Asper

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Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards

Laura Lomow from Entrepreneurs Organization - presents a scholarship to Richard Arthurs

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards Laura Lomow from Entrepreneurs Organization - presents a scholarship to Richard Arthurs

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Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards 

The second annual Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards were held at the Met. This year's inductees were the late Robert Chipman, Lawrie Pollard, Jim Burns, John Buhler, and Arthur Mauro. To learn more about Junior Achievment in Manitoba visit manitoba.jacan.org

(L-R) Susan Millican (accepted the award for her father Robert Chipman), Lawrie Pollard, Jim Burns, John Buhler, and Arthur Mauro .

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards The second annual Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards were held at the Met. This year's inductees were the late Robert Chipman, Lawrie Pollard, Jim Burns, John Buhler, and Arthur Mauro. To learn more about Junior Achievment in Manitoba visit manitoba.jacan.org (L-R) Susan Millican (accepted the award for her father Robert Chipman), Lawrie Pollard, Jim Burns, John Buhler, and Arthur Mauro .

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MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel
(L-R) Keith McConnell ( MS Board Chair), Mark Essenburg (MTS), Rosylyn Dally (MTS), Erin Bartlett (MTS), Donna Boyd (President MS Society Manitoba Division), Marta Mikita (President CEO Eco Stream Canada)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel (L-R) Keith McConnell ( MS Board Chair), Mark Essenburg (MTS), Rosylyn Dally (MTS), Erin Bartlett (MTS), Donna Boyd (President MS Society Manitoba Division), Marta Mikita (President CEO Eco Stream Canada)

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MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel
On MS World day, The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Manitoba Division  held their annual research dinner at the Viscount Gort Hotel. The event featured keynote addresses by Dr. Karen Lee, Vice-President of Research, of the MS Society of Canada and Dr. Stetefeld, Canada Research Chair in Structural Biology at the University of Manitoba speaking about the latest research in MS. To learn more visit mssociety.ca/Manitoba
(L-R) Dr. Donna Wall (Cell Therapy), Dr. Stetefeld (Biochemistry), Jennifer White (Past Board Chair),  Dr. Karen Lee (V.P. Research MS Society of Canada), Darell Hominuk (Director Client Services and Government Relations MS Society)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel On MS World day, The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Manitoba Division held their annual research dinner at the Viscount Gort Hotel. The event featured keynote addresses by Dr. Karen Lee, Vice-President of Research, of the MS Society of Canada and Dr. Stetefeld, Canada Research Chair in Structural Biology at the University of Manitoba speaking about the latest research in MS. To learn more visit mssociety.ca/Manitoba (L-R) Dr. Donna Wall (Cell Therapy), Dr. Stetefeld (Biochemistry), Jennifer White (Past Board Chair), Dr. Karen Lee (V.P. Research MS Society of Canada), Darell Hominuk (Director Client Services and Government Relations MS Society)

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MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel

Back Row (L-R) Janet McLeod (MS Society Manitoba Division), Bernie Lofchick (Midland Appliance), Bev Davies (MS Society Board Member), Collin Findlay (Top Team Fundraiser)
Front - Jo-Anne Findlay

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 MS Research Dinner - Viscount Gort Hotel Back Row (L-R) Janet McLeod (MS Society Manitoba Division), Bernie Lofchick (Midland Appliance), Bev Davies (MS Society Board Member), Collin Findlay (Top Team Fundraiser) Front - Jo-Anne Findlay

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Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards 
(L-R) Jeoff Chipman, Susan Millican and Mark Chipman

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 Junior Achievement Manitoba Business Hall of Fame Awards (L-R) Jeoff Chipman, Susan Millican and Mark Chipman

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Vision Quest - RBC Convention Center

The 18th Annual Vision Quest Conference was held at the RBC Convention Centre. The event brings together innovators, entrepreneurs and business leaders to discuss and promote Aboriginal business, community and economic development. 

(L-R) Mayor Sam Katz, Leann Brown (Vision Quest Board), Dave McLeod  (NCI FM), Kim Bullard Vision Quest Chair),  Tim Johnston (Mayor of Thompson)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Vision Quest - RBC Convention Center The 18th Annual Vision Quest Conference was held at the RBC Convention Centre. The event brings together innovators, entrepreneurs and business leaders to discuss and promote Aboriginal business, community and economic development. (L-R) Mayor Sam Katz, Leann Brown (Vision Quest Board), Dave McLeod (NCI FM), Kim Bullard Vision Quest Chair), Tim Johnston (Mayor of Thompson)

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Women Business owners of Manitoba Entrepreneur of the Year Awards - RBC Convention Centre.

(L-R) P. Crystal Taylor (Taylor Financial Solutions), Angela Martens (The Secret Butterfly Boutique, Roblin), Felly Grieve (A1 Nutrition), Carrie Chick (Paradise Breeze Tanning and Day Salon)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Women Business owners of Manitoba Entrepreneur of the Year Awards - RBC Convention Centre. (L-R) P. Crystal Taylor (Taylor Financial Solutions), Angela Martens (The Secret Butterfly Boutique, Roblin), Felly Grieve (A1 Nutrition), Carrie Chick (Paradise Breeze Tanning and Day Salon)

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Women Business owners of Manitoba Entrepreneur of the Year Awards - RBC Convention Centre.

The 22nd annual Women Business Owners of Manitoba (WBOM) Entrepreneur of the Year Awards were held at the RBC Convention Centre. The awards recognize women business owners from all over Manitoba who stand as inspiring role models to tomorrow's emerging business leaders. 

(L-R) Laura Skuba (The Pawsh Dog), Marilee Caruso (MC-CTV News), Christine Turczyn (Chair), Corrina Abrey (Corrina's on Main, Dauphin), Lucy Camara  (President WBOM)

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Women Business owners of Manitoba Entrepreneur of the Year Awards - RBC Convention Centre. The 22nd annual Women Business Owners of Manitoba (WBOM) Entrepreneur of the Year Awards were held at the RBC Convention Centre. The awards recognize women business owners from all over Manitoba who stand as inspiring role models to tomorrow's emerging business leaders. (L-R) Laura Skuba (The Pawsh Dog), Marilee Caruso (MC-CTV News), Christine Turczyn (Chair), Corrina Abrey (Corrina's on Main, Dauphin), Lucy Camara (President WBOM)

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Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel

 Representing Maple Leaf Construction (L-R) Jim MacIlroy, Jan MacIlroy, Wendell Lind, Eleanor Lind, Heather Hammond, Dr. Greg Hammond, Connie Price, Son Price, Lynda Brown, Barry Brown

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel Representing Maple Leaf Construction (L-R) Jim MacIlroy, Jan MacIlroy, Wendell Lind, Eleanor Lind, Heather Hammond, Dr. Greg Hammond, Connie Price, Son Price, Lynda Brown, Barry Brown

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Winnipeg Harvest

Winnipeg Harvest recognized the students of Lord Nelson School for their efforts in reducing food bank usage by 50% by the year 2020. The students have been involved since the start of the campaign in 2012. Fifty percent of food bank recipients are children.

Back Row (L-R) Kelsey Forrest, Catherine Santos, Lynda Richard (Winnipeg Harvest), Jayda Vince, Kenneth Saballa, Joaquin  Martirez, Monique Russell (Lord Nelson School Teacher)

Front Row  (L-R) Aries de Vera, Christian Pe Benito, Agustin Monge, Maria Villanueva
Photo by Jay Booth

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 31st, 2014 Winnipeg Harvest Winnipeg Harvest recognized the students of Lord Nelson School for their efforts in reducing food bank usage by 50% by the year 2020. The students have been involved since the start of the campaign in 2012. Fifty percent of food bank recipients are children. Back Row (L-R) Kelsey Forrest, Catherine Santos, Lynda Richard (Winnipeg Harvest), Jayda Vince, Kenneth Saballa, Joaquin Martirez, Monique Russell (Lord Nelson School Teacher) Front Row (L-R) Aries de Vera, Christian Pe Benito, Agustin Monge, Maria Villanueva Photo by Jay Booth

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Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel

 Representing All Seniors Healthcare (L-R) Allan Holmes, Oliver Kwan, Sherelle Pullman, Cheryl Holmes, Michael Hart, Joanne Jeanson, Ronna Goldberg, Tricia Charles, Bruce Lillie, Shannon Lillie

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel Representing All Seniors Healthcare (L-R) Allan Holmes, Oliver Kwan, Sherelle Pullman, Cheryl Holmes, Michael Hart, Joanne Jeanson, Ronna Goldberg, Tricia Charles, Bruce Lillie, Shannon Lillie

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Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel

Representing Zeid's Foodfare -Back Row (L-R) - Maha Zeid, Fatina Zeid, Hassan Zeid, Suad Zeid, Eman Zeid, Ramsey Zeid, Wajih (Moe) Zeid, Munther Zeid, Samar Zeid
 Front Row (L-R) Nadine Zeid, Suad Zeid

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel Representing Zeid's Foodfare -Back Row (L-R) - Maha Zeid, Fatina Zeid, Hassan Zeid, Suad Zeid, Eman Zeid, Ramsey Zeid, Wajih (Moe) Zeid, Munther Zeid, Samar Zeid Front Row (L-R) Nadine Zeid, Suad Zeid

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Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel

The Grace Hospital Foundation featured a Mexican themed Fiesta for their annual gala at the Victoria Inn Hotel. The event was packed with over 440 patrons who raised more than $80,000 to support patient care programs and equipment at Grace Hospital.

(L-R) Marge Danylchuk (Co-Chair, Grace Gala Committee and Title Sponsor), Ed Danylchuk (Title Sponsor), Sharon Danylchuk, Yasmine Attiyat, Ryan Gale

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Grace Hospital Foundation Mexican Fiesta Gala - Victoria Inn Hotel The Grace Hospital Foundation featured a Mexican themed Fiesta for their annual gala at the Victoria Inn Hotel. The event was packed with over 440 patrons who raised more than $80,000 to support patient care programs and equipment at Grace Hospital. (L-R) Marge Danylchuk (Co-Chair, Grace Gala Committee and Title Sponsor), Ed Danylchuk (Title Sponsor), Sharon Danylchuk, Yasmine Attiyat, Ryan Gale

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Vision Quest �RBC Convention Center

(L-R) Stefan Richard (Keynote Speaker), Dustin Remillard (Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development), Levenia Brown (Elder), Joe Meconse O.M.

    JOHN JOHNSTON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Social Page for May 24th, 2014 Vision Quest �RBC Convention Center (L-R) Stefan Richard (Keynote Speaker), Dustin Remillard (Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development), Levenia Brown (Elder), Joe Meconse O.M.

  • Ronald McDonald House presented its annual Hope Couture fashion show at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg. The event featured fashion from Polo Park Shopping Centre and other local boutiques. Funds raised support Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room, which allow families to stay close to their children while they are in hospital. Volunteers Karissa Morwick (left) and Laura Holtman with Ronald McDonald.

    Ronald McDonald House presented its annual Hope Couture fashion show at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg. The event featured fashion from Polo Park Shopping Centre and other local boutiques. Funds raised support Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room, which allow families to stay close to their children while they are in hospital. Volunteers Karissa Morwick (left) and Laura Holtman with Ronald McDonald.

  • (L-R): Alison Diacos (gala chair), Judith Chambers (TD Bank), Kevin Knight (Porche), Allison Kessler (CEO, Ronald McDonald House), Mike Vanderhorst (president, Ronald McDonald House), Tracy Koga (Shaw), Brody Jackson (QX104), Holly Andryo (community relations, Ronald McDonald House).

    (L-R): Alison Diacos (gala chair), Judith Chambers (TD Bank), Kevin Knight (Porche), Allison Kessler (CEO, Ronald McDonald House), Mike Vanderhorst (president, Ronald McDonald House), Tracy Koga (Shaw), Brody Jackson (QX104), Holly Andryo (community relations, Ronald McDonald House).

  • The Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba and Booster Juice joined forces with local media and sports celebrities to showcase the second annual We All Have Ability Day with a smoothie-making contest. Booster Juice locations around Winnipeg donated $1 from every smoothie sold May 9 to support vital programs and services that help more than 47,000 Manitobans with disabilities each year.
(Back row L-R): Doug Speirs (Winnipeg Free Press), Graham Taylor (Booster Juice), Drew Kozub (Breakfast Television), Mike Koncan (Global Television), Paul Swiston (Winnipeg Blue Bombers), Susan Auch (former Olympian), Mike Renaud (Winnipeg Blue Bombers), Shawn Churchill (CTV). 
(Front Row (L-R): Big Daddy Tazz (comedian/entertainer), Mitchell Potter (SMD Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba ambassador), Spencer Lambert (SMD Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba ambassador) and Barry Kay (Cherry Tree Productions).

    The Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba and Booster Juice joined forces with local media and sports celebrities to showcase the second annual We All Have Ability Day with a smoothie-making contest. Booster Juice locations around Winnipeg donated $1 from every smoothie sold May 9 to support vital programs and services that help more than 47,000 Manitobans with disabilities each year. (Back row L-R): Doug Speirs (Winnipeg Free Press), Graham Taylor (Booster Juice), Drew Kozub (Breakfast Television), Mike Koncan (Global Television), Paul Swiston (Winnipeg Blue Bombers), Susan Auch (former Olympian), Mike Renaud (Winnipeg Blue Bombers), Shawn Churchill (CTV). (Front Row (L-R): Big Daddy Tazz (comedian/entertainer), Mitchell Potter (SMD Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba ambassador), Spencer Lambert (SMD Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba ambassador) and Barry Kay (Cherry Tree Productions).

  • Paperdoll Clothing and Provici Cosmetics teamed up to host a fashion show at the Boa Lounge. In addition to Paperdoll Clothing, the show featured items by Lennard Taylor, Aldo Formal Wear and a live performance by The Terrence Martell band. Proceeds from the show went to the Winnipeg Humane Society. (L-R) Sarah Mariano (Paperdoll Clothing), Terrence Martell, Tia Provici (Provici Cosmetics), Marlette Mariano (Paperdoll Clothing).

    Paperdoll Clothing and Provici Cosmetics teamed up to host a fashion show at the Boa Lounge. In addition to Paperdoll Clothing, the show featured items by Lennard Taylor, Aldo Formal Wear and a live performance by The Terrence Martell band. Proceeds from the show went to the Winnipeg Humane Society. (L-R) Sarah Mariano (Paperdoll Clothing), Terrence Martell, Tia Provici (Provici Cosmetics), Marlette Mariano (Paperdoll Clothing).

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