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On May 9, 2018 at the FashionAble Gala, the winning raffle tickets were drawn by emcee Christine Bentley and Board of Directors member Stephen Seon.
# 1- Hempen Jewellers Diamond Pendant Necklace – Y Buckingham
Donated by Hempen Jewellers 87 Main Street Markham www.hempenjewellers.ca
#2- Kate’s Garden Services Gift Certificate – M. J. Vigneux
Donated by Kate’s Garden 227 Main Street North, Markham
#3-ClubLink Golf Package- Station Creek – H Rogers
Donated by ClubLink 12657 Woodbine Avenue, Gormley, ON www.stationcreek.clublink.ca
# 4- Kate Spade Purse & Wallet – D Czarnogorski
Donated by Powell & Gallop Team-Royal LePage Your Community Realty
# 5- The School Fine Dining Gift Certificate – L Porter
Donated by The School Fine Dining 4121 14th Avenue, Markham, ON www.theschoolfinedining.com
Many thanks for everyone who purchased tickets in support of the Build a Van Campaign and to all the generous donors who provided the outstanding list of prizes.
License # M172195
Known to millions in Canada’s largest television market, Christine is an accomplished media personality, journalist, news anchor, community advocate and long-time champion of empowering women. For three decades she was the voice and face of the highest rated newscasts in North America’s 5th largest market, CTV Toronto-serving as principal anchor for the Noon, 6 o’clock and 11:30 pm news. During a transformational time in broadcasting, Christine forged her career by connecting with community supporters, mentoring up-and-coming female journalists, and earning the respect of industry titans. Most importantly for her, she became a trusted visitor in the homes of hundreds of thousands of viewers every night. Christine has always been passionate and tireless in her involvement with the community, for which she has earned numerous awards: Woman of the Year, The Paul Harris Fellowship Award and most recently a Star on the Scarborough Walk of Fame. www.ChristineBentley.ca
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The inner courtyard at Participation House, Markham on Butternut Lane was the location for Farham Syed Ahmad, Store Manager Home Depot Markham East and Tom Scholtz, Manager Home Depot Morningside to present a $ 5,000 donation to Frances DiCarlo, Executive Director and members of the Board of Directors.
Photo: Left to right
Mike Kearn, Maintenance Manager, Vivienne Arkeveld, PH Board of Directors, Tom Scholtz, Manager Morningside Home Depot, Frances DiCarlo, Executive Director, PH Markham, Peggy Robinson, Chair, Board of Directors, Farham Syed Ahmad, Manager Home Depot Markham East and Garry Lander, PH Board of Directors.
Photo: Snapd Markham
Thank you Home Depot for your support!