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Xmas carol breakfast Dec. 13

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The Arthritis Society’s Manitoba/Nunavut division is holding its 25th annual Christmas Carol Breakfast on Friday, Dec. 13 at the Delta Winnipeg Hotel (350 St. Mary Ave.) from 7:30 to 9 a.m.
In addition to good food, the event will feature three guest speakers— a woman in her 20s who was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis two years ago; a woman in her 40s who lives with  osteoarthritis and a nine-year-old girl with childhood arthritis.

Music will be provided by Leslie McInnis of Harp Oasis and pianist Colin Johnson, a past speaker at the event and the Arthritis Society’s youth ambassador.

Tickets are $40 (with a $25 tax receipt) and are available at arthritis.ca/ccb or by calling the Arthritis Society at 204-942-4892.

Proceeds from the Christmas Carol Breakfast will go towards arthritis research and programs and services offered by the Arthritis Society.

— Staff

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