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    Wow. Now wasn’t that a party?! The 17th annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit-themed  Rock A Billy and held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts-raised more than $675,000 for prostate cancer research, education and treatment.  More than 600 guests donned their rockabilly finest to sip, schmooze, sup, see, be seen, dance and bid on a amazing […]

    020315-0131_Rock_A_Billy_1-Rock_A_Billy_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Rock A Billy Brooks goes for a 'spin' with Calgary Herald executive producer Monica Zurowski at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held at Hotel Arts.(Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 23Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Pictured at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are team Trail Appliances represented by Steve Parkin, Roger Seabourin, J.M. Leblanc, Michael Seens and Wally Broderick. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 20Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Renowned urologist Dr. Bryan Donnelly and  Prostate Cancer Centre executive director Pam Heard were the among the more than 600 guests who attended the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 26Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit raised record funds-$675,000 and counting. Pictured are Hotel Arts' Mark Wilson and his wife Kerry and their daughter Chelsea.  (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 28Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Homes by Avi's Charron Ungar and his wife Christy pictured at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. Homes by Avi was an invaluable sponsor again this year. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 25Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Emerging Equities president and CEO James Hartwell supported the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit again this year. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 22Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 3, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts was a resounding success and raised record funds thanks in large part to terrific auction items. Pictured, from left, are the volunteer auction committee comprised of Lynne Garrison-Thomas, Annette Lambert and Colin Cyr. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 21Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit raised record funds due in large part to invaluable sponsors the likes of Malcolm Albery and Shairole Henchall. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 17Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Sonny Mottahed and his wife Kristina Olson-Mottahed had a great time at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 16Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Pictured, from left, at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are Mary Rozsa de Coquet, Dr. Evelyn Donnelly, Kathy Hays and Patti O'Connor.  (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 15Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- All smiles at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are event sponsors Lisa and Ike Kolias with Heritage Park's Alida Visbach. The Rock A Billy themed fundraiser raised more than $675,000 for the Prostate Cancer Centre, Calgary.  (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 14Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Showing off their Rock A Billy finest at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are, from left, Aly Velji, Global's Reid Feist and Brooks committee member Jason Krell. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 13Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan and Tom Dodd pose for the lens at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 12Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Silvera for Seniors' Pamila Fonseka (left)  and president and CEO Arlene Adamson were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit.   (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 10Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Having a ball at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are Jerome's Andrew Clelland (left) and Elaine Stadel (right) with Brooks committee member David Crosson. Crosson and his team did a stellar job creating the 60's decor at Hotel Arts. - Rock A Billy, in Calgary on January 30, 2015. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 9Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Alberta Minister of Justice Jonathan Denis and his stunning wife Breanna pose for the lens at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit.  (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 8Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Sisters Kit Poole (left) and Loren Snyder have attended the annual 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit since day one. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 7Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Wade and Darla Wheeler were among the hundreds of guests who attended the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts.  (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 6Rock A Billy 0207 Pictured, from left, at the 17th annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts are Wendy Wood with  Fotis and Joann Kalantzis.Rock A Billy 0207 The 17th annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit raised record funds thanks in large part to the scores of volunteers pictured.020315-0131_Rock_A_Billy_1-Rock_A_Billy_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Rock A Billy Brooks goes for a 'spin' with Calgary Herald executive producer Monica Zurowski at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held at Hotel Arts.(Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 23Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Pictured at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are team Trail Appliances represented by Steve Parkin, Roger Seabourin, J.M. Leblanc, Michael Seens and Wally Broderick. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 20Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Renowned urologist Dr. Bryan Donnelly and Prostate Cancer Centre executive director Pam Heard were the among the more than 600 guests who attended the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 26Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit raised record funds-$675,000 and counting. Pictured are Hotel Arts' Mark Wilson and his wife Kerry and their daughter Chelsea. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 28Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Homes by Avi's Charron Ungar and his wife Christy pictured at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. Homes by Avi was an invaluable sponsor again this year. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 25Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Emerging Equities president and CEO James Hartwell supported the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit again this year. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 22Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 3, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts was a resounding success and raised record funds thanks in large part to terrific auction items. Pictured, from left, are the volunteer auction committee comprised of Lynne Garrison-Thomas, Annette Lambert and Colin Cyr. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 21Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- The 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit raised record funds due in large part to invaluable sponsors the likes of Malcolm Albery and Shairole Henchall. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 17Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Sonny Mottahed and his wife Kristina Olson-Mottahed had a great time at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 16Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Pictured, from left, at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are Mary Rozsa de Coquet, Dr. Evelyn Donnelly, Kathy Hays and Patti O'Connor. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 15Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- All smiles at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are event sponsors Lisa and Ike Kolias with Heritage Park's Alida Visbach. The Rock A Billy themed fundraiser raised more than $675,000 for the Prostate Cancer Centre, Calgary. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 14Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Showing off their Rock A Billy finest at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are, from left, Aly Velji, Global's Reid Feist and Brooks committee member Jason Krell. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 13Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan and Tom Dodd pose for the lens at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 12Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Silvera for Seniors' Pamila Fonseka (left) and president and CEO Arlene Adamson were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 10Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Having a ball at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit are Jerome's Andrew Clelland (left) and Elaine Stadel (right) with Brooks committee member David Crosson. Crosson and his team did a stellar job creating the 60's decor at Hotel Arts. - Rock A Billy, in Calgary on January 30, 2015. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 9Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Alberta Minister of Justice Jonathan Denis and his stunning wife Breanna pose for the lens at the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 8Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Sisters Kit Poole (left) and Loren Snyder have attended the annual 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit since day one. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 7Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --JANUARY 30, 2015 -- Wade and Darla Wheeler were among the hundreds of guests who attended the 17th annual Bill Brooks prostate cancer benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Entertainment story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: 0207 Rock A Billy 6Rock A Billy 0207 Pictured, from left, at the 17th annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit held Jan 30 at Hotel Arts are Wendy Wood with Fotis and Joann Kalantzis.Rock A Billy 0207 The 17th annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit raised record funds thanks in large part to the scores of volunteers pictured.

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    The perfect way to kick off the new year is by attending Tourism Calgary’s Open House. Over the years, the event has taken place in iconic Calgary venues and this year saw hundreds of guests gather at the Military Museums Jan 29. Tourism in Calgary is a big deal. Huge. In 2013, more than 7.5 […]

    020915-Cal0214_Tourism_3JPG.JPG-Cal0214_Tourism_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0214 Tourism 2  Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums, would not be the same were there not royalty in attendance.  Pictured, from left, are Maya Many Grey Horses- 2015 Calgary Stampede Indian Princess with Stampede Princess Kimberly Stewart, Stampede Queen Mick Plemel and Stampede Princess Haley Peckham.Cal 0214 Tourism 1  The perfect way to kick off the new year is by attending Tourism Calgary's annual open house held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums. Pictured, from left, are Hotel Elan's Gord Griffiths, TELUS Spark's Sandy Bray and Ambassador Limousine's Loni Griffiths with general manager Brad McCarty.Cal 0214 Tourism 4  Tourism Calgary board chair Rod McKay (left) and Calgary Economic Development board chair Steve Allan pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums.Cal 0214 Tourism 5 TELUS Convention Centre executive director, business development, Dave Slanders (left) and Tourism Calgary board member Mark Wilson pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums.Cal 0214 Tourism 6 Tourism Calgary's Shelley Gucht-Shorter is joined by Air Canada's Eamonn Horan-Linney (left) and Mark Sniderman  at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums. The annual open house always features the draw of a fabulous Air Canada trip.Cal 0214 Tourism 7  Pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military  Museums are Calgary booster extraordinaire-and Travel Alberta board member George Brookman with Terry Rock, Rock Strategy and Leadership.020915-Cal0214_Tourism_3JPG.JPG-Cal0214_Tourism_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0214 Tourism 2 Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums, would not be the same were there not royalty in attendance. Pictured, from left, are Maya Many Grey Horses- 2015 Calgary Stampede Indian Princess with Stampede Princess Kimberly Stewart, Stampede Queen Mick Plemel and Stampede Princess Haley Peckham.Cal 0214 Tourism 1 The perfect way to kick off the new year is by attending Tourism Calgary's annual open house held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums. Pictured, from left, are Hotel Elan's Gord Griffiths, TELUS Spark's Sandy Bray and Ambassador Limousine's Loni Griffiths with general manager Brad McCarty.Cal 0214 Tourism 4 Tourism Calgary board chair Rod McKay (left) and Calgary Economic Development board chair Steve Allan pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums.Cal 0214 Tourism 5 TELUS Convention Centre executive director, business development, Dave Slanders (left) and Tourism Calgary board member Mark Wilson pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums.Cal 0214 Tourism 6 Tourism Calgary's Shelley Gucht-Shorter is joined by Air Canada's Eamonn Horan-Linney (left) and Mark Sniderman at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums. The annual open house always features the draw of a fabulous Air Canada trip.Cal 0214 Tourism 7 Pictured at Tourism Calgary's annual open house- held this year Jan 29 at The Military Museums are Calgary booster extraordinaire-and Travel Alberta board member George Brookman with Terry Rock, Rock Strategy and Leadership.

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    The challenging economic times ahead could very well prove difficult for fundraisers. Apparently this is not the case for our good friends in the Jewish community. Witness the enormous success of the recent 64th annual B’nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 at the Beth Tzedec. This year’s honourees were Gary Bettman and Alvin Libin. From […]

    020915-Cal0214_Bnai_6.JPG-Cal0214_Bnai_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0214 Bnai 7 The  64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 was an SRO success with more than 700 guests gathering to honour Alvin Libin and Gary Bettman. Pictured with honouree Bettman (right) is Calgary Flames' Ken King. King was honoured at the dinner in 1991.Cal 0214 Bnai 1 The 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 honouring Gary Bettman and Alvin Libin was an SRO success with more than 700 guests in attendance. Pictured, from left, Michael Mostyn, CEO, B'nai Brith Canada and Dr. Robert Barsky, president, B'nai Brith, Calgary.Cal 0214 Bnai 5  Lee Richardson (left) and Bruce Calvin were among the more than 700 guests who attended the  64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28.Cal 0214 Bnai 4 Renowned philantrhopist Sam Switzer pictured with Rochel Matusof at  the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28.Cal 0214 Bnai 3 Pictured, from left, at  the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 are Aron Eichler and Kacl Edelson. Eichler was a dinner  honouree in 1990 while Edelson was honoured in 1991.Cal 0214 Bnai 8 The  64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 was an SRO success with more than 700 guests attending including, from left, Krita Investments' Ike Kolas, Embassy Bosa vice-president Robert Marchand and renowned philanthropist and community leader W. Brett Wilson.Cal 0214 Bnai 8 Pictured, from left, at the  64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 are Phyllis and Alfred Balm with Ann McCaig. Mr. Balm and Romeo Dallaire were the honourees at last year's dinner.Cal 0214 Bnai 2 Among the 700 guests in attendance at  the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 honouring Gary Bettman and Alvin Libin were Calgary Jewish Centre's Allan Herman (left) and Harmin Holdings' Stuart Libin.020915-Cal0214_Bnai_6.JPG-Cal0214_Bnai_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0214 Bnai 7 The 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 was an SRO success with more than 700 guests gathering to honour Alvin Libin and Gary Bettman. Pictured with honouree Bettman (right) is Calgary Flames' Ken King. King was honoured at the dinner in 1991.Cal 0214 Bnai 1 The 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 honouring Gary Bettman and Alvin Libin was an SRO success with more than 700 guests in attendance. Pictured, from left, Michael Mostyn, CEO, B'nai Brith Canada and Dr. Robert Barsky, president, B'nai Brith, Calgary.Cal 0214 Bnai 5 Lee Richardson (left) and Bruce Calvin were among the more than 700 guests who attended the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28.Cal 0214 Bnai 4 Renowned philantrhopist Sam Switzer pictured with Rochel Matusof at the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28.Cal 0214 Bnai 3 Pictured, from left, at the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 are Aron Eichler and Kacl Edelson. Eichler was a dinner honouree in 1990 while Edelson was honoured in 1991.Cal 0214 Bnai 8 The 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 was an SRO success with more than 700 guests attending including, from left, Krita Investments' Ike Kolas, Embassy Bosa vice-president Robert Marchand and renowned philanthropist and community leader W. Brett Wilson.Cal 0214 Bnai 8 Pictured, from left, at the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 are Phyllis and Alfred Balm with Ann McCaig. Mr. Balm and Romeo Dallaire were the honourees at last year's dinner.Cal 0214 Bnai 2 Among the 700 guests in attendance at the 64th Annual B'nai Brith Dinner held Jan 28 honouring Gary Bettman and Alvin Libin were Calgary Jewish Centre's Allan Herman (left) and Harmin Holdings' Stuart Libin.

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    Schmancy, Glenbow’s annual signature fundraiser, saw more than 900 fashionably fabulous guests don their finest to raise funds for our beloved Glenbow. Highlights of the glam gala were numerous indeed including:  the Art Park silent auction where 20 artists from across Canada donated their work; incredible edibles from Hotel Arts; floating candy tables scattered throughout […]

    021715-Cal0221_Schmancy2.JPG-Cal0221_Schmancy2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0221 Schmancy 5  Looking fashionably fabulous at  Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are, from left, PARK's Katie Marks, Andrew Tollerud and event co-chair Katrina Olson-Mottahed.Cal 0221 Schmancy 4 Among the hundreds of guests who attended  Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete were avid arts supporters  Cheryl Gottselig and Yves Trepanier.Cal 0221 Schmancy 6  Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete was a huge success with more than 900 guests attending and $485,000 being raised. Pictured are Enbridge executive vice-president Karen Radford and event co-chair John Grelowski.Cal 0221 Schmancy 7  Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete was a huge success with more than 900 guests attending and $485,000 being raised. Pictured are event co-chair Zia Mamdani and her husband Strategic Group's Riaz Mamdani.Cal 0221 Schmancy 3 Pictured with reason to smile at  Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are Glenbow senior development officer Judy Black with Enbridge vice-president enterprise and communications D'Arcy Levesque. Enbridge was one of the leading sponsors of the hugely successful event.Cal 0221 Schmancy 8 Pictured, from left, at   Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are Postmedia's Jeff Funtasz and his wife Sandra with event co-chair Katrina Olson- Mottahed and her husband Sonny Mottahed.Cal 0221 Schmancy 9 Pictured, from left, at   Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are event committee member Murlyne Fong with entrepreneur Shawn Freeman.Cal 0221 Schmancy 10  Having a great time at   Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are CIP's Douglas McCrae and avid Flames fan Marcie Lynn.Cal 0221 Schmancy 1  Fashionably forward fabulous people were out en mass Feb 7 to attend Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete. Pictured are avid arts supporters Viviane Mehr and her husband Jay Mehr with Shaw TV.021715-Cal0221_Schmancy2.JPG-Cal0221_Schmancy2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0221 Schmancy 5 Looking fashionably fabulous at Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are, from left, PARK's Katie Marks, Andrew Tollerud and event co-chair Katrina Olson-Mottahed.Cal 0221 Schmancy 4 Among the hundreds of guests who attended Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete were avid arts supporters Cheryl Gottselig and Yves Trepanier.Cal 0221 Schmancy 6 Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete was a huge success with more than 900 guests attending and $485,000 being raised. Pictured are Enbridge executive vice-president Karen Radford and event co-chair John Grelowski.Cal 0221 Schmancy 7 Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete was a huge success with more than 900 guests attending and $485,000 being raised. Pictured are event co-chair Zia Mamdani and her husband Strategic Group's Riaz Mamdani.Cal 0221 Schmancy 3 Pictured with reason to smile at Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are Glenbow senior development officer Judy Black with Enbridge vice-president enterprise and communications D'Arcy Levesque. Enbridge was one of the leading sponsors of the hugely successful event.Cal 0221 Schmancy 8 Pictured, from left, at Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are Postmedia's Jeff Funtasz and his wife Sandra with event co-chair Katrina Olson- Mottahed and her husband Sonny Mottahed.Cal 0221 Schmancy 9 Pictured, from left, at Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are event committee member Murlyne Fong with entrepreneur Shawn Freeman.Cal 0221 Schmancy 10 Having a great time at Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete are CIP's Douglas McCrae and avid Flames fan Marcie Lynn.Cal 0221 Schmancy 1 Fashionably forward fabulous people were out en mass Feb 7 to attend Schmancy-our beloved Glenbow's signature fundraising fete. Pictured are avid arts supporters Viviane Mehr and her husband Jay Mehr with Shaw TV.

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    As celebrity emcee Dave Kelly noted – to uproarious applause – the only challenge when you get a room full of Scots and Jews is who is going to pay for dinner? The fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner-held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec, was an evening brimming with full-on fun-and philanthropy. More than 370 […]

    021715-Cal0221_Burnstein10.JPG-Cal0221_Burnstein10-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0221 Burnstein 9  The fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec raised significant funds for both the Beth Tzedec and PREP. Pictured are PREP students and superb volunteer coat-checkers this night Jacob Gulley, Siobhan Zobatar, Hannah Copithorne and Matthew Smyth.Cal 0221 Burnstein 11  Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are avid event supporters John McIntyre (left) and Jim Jarrell of Expedia Cruiseship Centers.Cal 0221 Burnstein 12  Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are Royal LePage's Darren Abrahamson and Sharon Bercuson.Cal 0221 Burnstein 8 The Calgary Police Service Pipe Band did a superb job of piping in the haggis at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec.Cal 0221 Burnstein 7  Pictured, from left, at the  fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are Alfred and Phyllis Balm with Gabriella and Alastair Hay.Cal 0221 Burnstein 4  Pictured at the  fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are General Electric's Brad Kuhne and Grit Communications' Cathy Downey.Cal 0221 Burnstein 6  Pictured, from left, at the  fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are event emcee Dave Kelly with Maxine and Milt Fischbein. Maxine delivered the Reply to the Lads again this year to thunderous applause.Cal 0221 Burnstein 5 Hyatt Auto Group brothers Steven and Perry Itzcovitch had a great time at the  fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec. Funds raised this night were shared between the Beth Tzedec and PREP.Cal 0221 Burnstein 3  Pictured at the  fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are event lead sponsor Sam Switzer and his son Ron.Cal 0221 Burnstein 1 The fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec was the best ever with more than 370 guests in attendance. Superb auction items-not the least of which was an Omega Speedster 'Moonwatch' courtesy of J. Vair Anderson and Omega saw significant funds raised for PREP and Beth Tzedec. Pictured are J. Vair Anderson's Lynne Gibson (left) and Kim Keller.Cal 0221 Burnstein 2 Among the several hundred guests in attendance at  the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec were ATB's Shannon Peston and Jim Blazon. ATB was one of the event's major sponsors.021715-Cal0221_Burnstein10.JPG-Cal0221_Burnstein10-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0221 Burnstein 9 The fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec raised significant funds for both the Beth Tzedec and PREP. Pictured are PREP students and superb volunteer coat-checkers this night Jacob Gulley, Siobhan Zobatar, Hannah Copithorne and Matthew Smyth.Cal 0221 Burnstein 11 Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are avid event supporters John McIntyre (left) and Jim Jarrell of Expedia Cruiseship Centers.Cal 0221 Burnstein 12 Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are Royal LePage's Darren Abrahamson and Sharon Bercuson.Cal 0221 Burnstein 8 The Calgary Police Service Pipe Band did a superb job of piping in the haggis at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec.Cal 0221 Burnstein 7 Pictured, from left, at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are Alfred and Phyllis Balm with Gabriella and Alastair Hay.Cal 0221 Burnstein 4 Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are General Electric's Brad Kuhne and Grit Communications' Cathy Downey.Cal 0221 Burnstein 6 Pictured, from left, at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are event emcee Dave Kelly with Maxine and Milt Fischbein. Maxine delivered the Reply to the Lads again this year to thunderous applause.Cal 0221 Burnstein 5 Hyatt Auto Group brothers Steven and Perry Itzcovitch had a great time at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec. Funds raised this night were shared between the Beth Tzedec and PREP.Cal 0221 Burnstein 3 Pictured at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec are event lead sponsor Sam Switzer and his son Ron.Cal 0221 Burnstein 1 The fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec was the best ever with more than 370 guests in attendance. Superb auction items-not the least of which was an Omega Speedster 'Moonwatch' courtesy of J. Vair Anderson and Omega saw significant funds raised for PREP and Beth Tzedec. Pictured are J. Vair Anderson's Lynne Gibson (left) and Kim Keller.Cal 0221 Burnstein 2 Among the several hundred guests in attendance at the fourth annual Robbie Burnstein Dinner held Feb 5 at the Beth Tzedec were ATB's Shannon Peston and Jim Blazon. ATB was one of the event's major sponsors.

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    There can be no more hurtful, destructive force to one’s psyche than bullying. Who can forget the tragic suicide of 17-year old Halifax high-school student Rehtaeh Parsons who was relentlessly bullied for more than a year? Parsons hung herself. Jamie Hubley, a  15-year-old from Ottawa, took his own life as a result of severe bullying […]

    022315-Cal0228_Bully_7.JPG-Cal0228_Bully_7-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0228 Bully 5  Pictured at Bullying Ends Here held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Bullying Ends Here vice-president Andy Buck (left) and special guest speaker this night legendary running back Jon Cornish.Cal 0228 Bully 4  The Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts was a great success. Burke, president of hockey operations for the Calgary Flames and co-founder of the You Can Play project-a campaign dedicated to ending homophobia in sports in honour of his son, the late Brendan Burke, is pictured with Mayor Naheed Nenshi.Cal 0228 Bully 6  Pictured at Bullying Ends Here held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are CTV's Brigitte Rothe with Shaganappi Motors general manager Rob Miller.Cal 0228 Bully 1 Pictured at  the Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Bullying Ends Here founder Tad Milmine with Leslie Robinson. Robinson is co-authoring Milmine's  soon-to-be released book.Cal 0228 Bully 3 CTV's Kathy Le (left) did a great job in the role of emcee at the  Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts. Joining Le is avid supporter of the cause JoAnn Trask.Cal 0228 Bully 2 Pictured at  the Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Olympian John Fennell (left) and Engel & Volkers COO Zak Miller. Fennel spoke passionately this night about being the only open gay Canadian male athlete competing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.022315-Cal0228_Bully_7.JPG-Cal0228_Bully_7-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0228 Bully 5 Pictured at Bullying Ends Here held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Bullying Ends Here vice-president Andy Buck (left) and special guest speaker this night legendary running back Jon Cornish.Cal 0228 Bully 4 The Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts was a great success. Burke, president of hockey operations for the Calgary Flames and co-founder of the You Can Play project-a campaign dedicated to ending homophobia in sports in honour of his son, the late Brendan Burke, is pictured with Mayor Naheed Nenshi.Cal 0228 Bully 6 Pictured at Bullying Ends Here held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are CTV's Brigitte Rothe with Shaganappi Motors general manager Rob Miller.Cal 0228 Bully 1 Pictured at the Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Bullying Ends Here founder Tad Milmine with Leslie Robinson. Robinson is co-authoring Milmine's soon-to-be released book.Cal 0228 Bully 3 CTV's Kathy Le (left) did a great job in the role of emcee at the Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts. Joining Le is avid supporter of the cause JoAnn Trask.Cal 0228 Bully 2 Pictured at the Brian Burke & Friends Bullying Ends Here event held Feb 21 at Hotel Arts are Olympian John Fennell (left) and Engel & Volkers COO Zak Miller. Fennel spoke passionately this night about being the only open gay Canadian male athlete competing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

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    Celebration was the order of the evening Feb. 20 as Calgary’s Chinese community gathered with friends and colleagues at the Regency Palace Restaurant to welcome the year of the sheep ( or ram- or goat, depending upon which Chinese Zodiac one references). The Year of the Sheep is forecast to be gentle, mild-mannered, stable and […]

    022315-Cal0228_Kong_2JPG.JPG-Cal0228_Kong_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0228 Kong 1  Pictured at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are HKCBA immediate past president Tim Onyett with HKCBA governor Audrey Kwan.Cal 0228 Kong 4 Pictured at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are HKCBA director and Royal Liquor Merchants' owner John Dong with Scotiabank north hill branch manager Jacquie Griffiths.Cal 0228 Kong 6  The Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala would not be complete were it not for the attendance of long-time supporters Raymond Lee and his wife Loretta pictured at the 2015 gala  held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant.Cal 0228 Kong 5  Lovers of great wine, food and ambience know well of the Vin Room.  Pictured at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are Vin Room proprietor Phoebe Fung and her husband Rob Leong, deputy CFO, Huadian Natural Gas Canada.Cal 0228 Kong 8  U of C president Dr. Elizabeth Cannon is joined by Calgary Zoo president and CEO Dr. Clement Lanthier (left) and HSBC vice-president and regional manager Darren Oko at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala  held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant . HSBC was the silver sponsor of the SRO gala.Cal 0228 Kong 7 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala  held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant were KPMG Enterprise's Chris Day and his wife Veronica Day.Cal 0228 Kong 9 Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Josephine Pon pose for the lens at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala  held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant .  The year 2015 is the year of the sheep (ram or goat) in the Chinese zodiac.Cal 0228 Kong 10 Pictured, from left, at  the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala  held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are Catherine Yuen, HKCBA principal consultant, Western Canada, Marks Johannus, Cathay Pacific account manager and Rachel Yin, Calgary Economic Development business development manager.Cal 0228 Kong 3 Among the hundreds of guests who attended the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant were Avison Young vice-president John Savard and his wife Miren. The year 2015 is the year of the sheep ram or goat in the Chinese calendar.022315-Cal0228_Kong_2JPG.JPG-Cal0228_Kong_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0228 Kong 1 Pictured at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are HKCBA immediate past president Tim Onyett with HKCBA governor Audrey Kwan.Cal 0228 Kong 4 Pictured at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are HKCBA director and Royal Liquor Merchants' owner John Dong with Scotiabank north hill branch manager Jacquie Griffiths.Cal 0228 Kong 6 The Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala would not be complete were it not for the attendance of long-time supporters Raymond Lee and his wife Loretta pictured at the 2015 gala held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant.Cal 0228 Kong 5 Lovers of great wine, food and ambience know well of the Vin Room. Pictured at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are Vin Room proprietor Phoebe Fung and her husband Rob Leong, deputy CFO, Huadian Natural Gas Canada.Cal 0228 Kong 8 U of C president Dr. Elizabeth Cannon is joined by Calgary Zoo president and CEO Dr. Clement Lanthier (left) and HSBC vice-president and regional manager Darren Oko at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant . HSBC was the silver sponsor of the SRO gala.Cal 0228 Kong 7 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant were KPMG Enterprise's Chris Day and his wife Veronica Day.Cal 0228 Kong 9 Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Josephine Pon pose for the lens at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant . The year 2015 is the year of the sheep (ram or goat) in the Chinese zodiac.Cal 0228 Kong 10 Pictured, from left, at the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant are Catherine Yuen, HKCBA principal consultant, Western Canada, Marks Johannus, Cathay Pacific account manager and Rachel Yin, Calgary Economic Development business development manager.Cal 0228 Kong 3 Among the hundreds of guests who attended the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) Calgary Section Chinese New Year Gala 2015 held Feb 20 at the Regency Palace Restaurant were Avison Young vice-president John Savard and his wife Miren. The year 2015 is the year of the sheep ram or goat in the Chinese calendar.

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    The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has helped raise more than $11 million for the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS) over 21 years of presenting the annual STARS & Spurs Gala. This year’s gala, held Jan 24, raised an impressive $1,068,488 , once again demonstrating the generosity of Canada’s oil and natural gas […]

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    The 2015 Hearts for Arts Gala in support of the Performing Arts Youth Centre (PAYC)- home of the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC), was a great success and raised $45,000 for operations at the unique performing arts space.   The PAYC is Calgary’s only purpose-built, space created for and dedicated to fostering the performance arts in […]

    030215-Cal_0307_Youth_3.jpg-Cal_0307_Youth_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 Youth 2 Joining  Wang Xinping, Consul General for the People's Republic of China in Calgary  at the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala are  Julie Moore, board chair, Xinping,Cari Chernichen and Jim Swiss of Alli ance Borealis Canada Corp., Wang Lina, wife of the Consul General  and Tony Moore, general director Culture Path and tour director for the Youth Singers of Calgary 2015 Tour of China in July.Cal 0307 Youth 4 The Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala was a resounding success thanks to long-time supporters  Claudette Tremblay (right) and her daughter Brigitte (left) joining Shirley Penner (centre), artistic director and CEO.Cal 0307 Youth 1 Joining Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis (centre)  at the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala held at the University of Calgary Downtown Campus Event Centre  are, from left, Don McLean of Long View Systems and his wife YSC founder, CEO and artistic director Shirley Penner and event co-chairs Catherine Barclay and Eugene Beaulieu. The cabaret-style gala raised $45,000.Cal 0307 Youth 5   Eugene Beaulieu (centre) loves his green boa. Joining the co-chair of the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala  are WestJet's Hugh Harley and his wife Jill with Nancy and Vito Culmone, WestJet CFO.030215-Cal_0307_Youth_3.jpg-Cal_0307_Youth_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 Youth 2 Joining Wang Xinping, Consul General for the People's Republic of China in Calgary at the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala are Julie Moore, board chair, Xinping,Cari Chernichen and Jim Swiss of Alli ance Borealis Canada Corp., Wang Lina, wife of the Consul General and Tony Moore, general director Culture Path and tour director for the Youth Singers of Calgary 2015 Tour of China in July.Cal 0307 Youth 4 The Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala was a resounding success thanks to long-time supporters Claudette Tremblay (right) and her daughter Brigitte (left) joining Shirley Penner (centre), artistic director and CEO.Cal 0307 Youth 1 Joining Alberta Justice Minister Jonathan Denis (centre) at the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala held at the University of Calgary Downtown Campus Event Centre are, from left, Don McLean of Long View Systems and his wife YSC founder, CEO and artistic director Shirley Penner and event co-chairs Catherine Barclay and Eugene Beaulieu. The cabaret-style gala raised $45,000.Cal 0307 Youth 5 Eugene Beaulieu (centre) loves his green boa. Joining the co-chair of the Youth Singers of Calgary (YSC) Hearts for Arts Gala are WestJet's Hugh Harley and his wife Jill with Nancy and Vito Culmone, WestJet CFO.

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    Theatre Calgary’s Night with the Stars, the see-and-be-seen gala that celebrates the Academy Awards, had all the glitz and glamour one would expect on Oscar night. The fabulous-and fashionable fundraiser in support of our beloved Theatre Calgary, took on a James Bond theme with guests donning their finest shaken-not stirred attire. Terrifically extravagant auction items […]

    030215-Cal0307_Calgary_Stars1.jpg-Cal0307_Calgary_Stars1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 3   Pictured at  Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are  Eric Wigston and Lara Schmitz. The James Bond themed gala raised nearly $100,000 for our beloved Theatre Calgary.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 5  Theatre Calgary's 21 st annual Night With the Stars held Feb 22 was a resounding success and raised nearly $100,000 for Theatre Calgary. Pictured at the glam gala are co-chairs Barry Kenley and Michele Beitel.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 4 Looking their glam finest at Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are, from left, Theatre Calgary board member Joy Alford and her husband Dan with Theatre Calgary board member Chad Newcombe and his wife Jill.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 2   Pictured at  Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are  Theatre Calgary's new executive director Colleen A. Smith and artistic director Dennis Garnhum. The James Bond themed gala raised nearly $100,000 for our beloved Theatre Calgary.030215-Cal0307_Calgary_Stars1.jpg-Cal0307_Calgary_Stars1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 3 Pictured at Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are Eric Wigston and Lara Schmitz. The James Bond themed gala raised nearly $100,000 for our beloved Theatre Calgary.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 5 Theatre Calgary's 21 st annual Night With the Stars held Feb 22 was a resounding success and raised nearly $100,000 for Theatre Calgary. Pictured at the glam gala are co-chairs Barry Kenley and Michele Beitel.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 4 Looking their glam finest at Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are, from left, Theatre Calgary board member Joy Alford and her husband Dan with Theatre Calgary board member Chad Newcombe and his wife Jill.Cal 0307 Calgary Stars 2 Pictured at Theatre Calgary's Night With the Stars held Feb 22 are Theatre Calgary's new executive director Colleen A. Smith and artistic director Dennis Garnhum. The James Bond themed gala raised nearly $100,000 for our beloved Theatre Calgary.

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  • 03/06/15--23:09: CUPS Runneth Over
  • Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS)  is now in its 26th year of helping people overcome the challenges of poverty to attain brighter futures. Without intervention, the trauma, stress and instability of living in poverty puts a child at higher risk for lifelong health problems, developmental delays, behavioral disorders and repeating the cycle of poverty.  More […]

    030215-Cal0307_CUPS_6.JPG-Cal0307_CUPS_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 CUPS 1 The CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26- was a phenomenal success. That none other than rock legend  Melissa Etheridge headlined may have a lot to do with the evening's success. Pictured, are CUPS supporters Cannacord Genuity's Bruce McDonald and his wife Candace.Cal 0307 CUPS 5  All smiles at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are Calgary Counselling Centre's Nancy Laird and her husband Scott Laird.   Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 4 CUPS paediatrician Dr. Janice Heard and her husband RMP Energy's Bruce McFarlane were among the hundreds of guests who attended the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt.  Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 7  Pictured  at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are Erin Donnelly, visiting this night from PEI and Foothills Hospital's Rachel Donnelly.Cal 0307 CUPS 9  FirstEnergy's Jim Davidson gets  the blonde sandwich at  the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt. Hugging the lucky Davidson are Korr Deisgn's Kasey Sterling (left) and The River's Anne Clarke.Cal 0307 CUPS 8 All smiles at  the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are, from left, Kathy Hnatiuk, Katie Morgan and Tara Mathison.Cal 0307 CUPS 10 Among the hundreds of guests who attended  the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt were Corkscrew Media's Scott Henuset and his wife Suzanne Henuset with The Vintage Fund.Cal 0307 CUPS 3 Pictured at  the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are CUPS senior director Dean Schroeder and his wife Rhonda Schroeder.  Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 2 Pictured at  the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are PC Candidate Fish Creek Richard Gottfried and his wife Babes in Bali's Cathy Gotfried. Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO event030215-Cal0307_CUPS_6.JPG-Cal0307_CUPS_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0307 CUPS 1 The CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26- was a phenomenal success. That none other than rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined may have a lot to do with the evening's success. Pictured, are CUPS supporters Cannacord Genuity's Bruce McDonald and his wife Candace.Cal 0307 CUPS 5 All smiles at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are Calgary Counselling Centre's Nancy Laird and her husband Scott Laird. Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 4 CUPS paediatrician Dr. Janice Heard and her husband RMP Energy's Bruce McFarlane were among the hundreds of guests who attended the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt. Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 7 Pictured at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are Erin Donnelly, visiting this night from PEI and Foothills Hospital's Rachel Donnelly.Cal 0307 CUPS 9 FirstEnergy's Jim Davidson gets the blonde sandwich at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt. Hugging the lucky Davidson are Korr Deisgn's Kasey Sterling (left) and The River's Anne Clarke.Cal 0307 CUPS 8 All smiles at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are, from left, Kathy Hnatiuk, Katie Morgan and Tara Mathison.Cal 0307 CUPS 10 Among the hundreds of guests who attended the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt were Corkscrew Media's Scott Henuset and his wife Suzanne Henuset with The Vintage Fund.Cal 0307 CUPS 3 Pictured at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are CUPS senior director Dean Schroeder and his wife Rhonda Schroeder. Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO eventCal 0307 CUPS 2 Pictured at the CUPS Moonlight Lounge, held Feb 26 at the Hyatt are PC Candidate Fish Creek Richard Gottfried and his wife Babes in Bali's Cathy Gotfried. Rock legend Melissa Etheridge headlined the SRO event

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  • 03/13/15--23:30: Azuridge Heavenly Escape
  • Being a member of the media certainly has its advantages. Your faithful social scribe has, over the past nearly 20 years, been afforded such marvelous opportunities as meeting royals, hobnobbing with movie stars and captains of industry, attending fabulous galas, restaurant openings and the like. But surely topping the list was last Friday evening’s unforgettable […]

    030915-Cal0714_Azuridge_5.JPG-Cal0714_Azuridge_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0314  Azuridge 2  Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series are Azuridge butlers Natasha Koury, Jame Ord and Jimmy-Lee Vennard, director of butlers at the 5-star luxury property.Cal 0314  Azuridge 1  Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series are Azuridge's Joanne McCormick (left) and Donna Young. The three-day, three-night retreat is nothing short of pure luxury.Cal 0314  Azuridge 4 A select media group was  treated like royalty at the launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series. One of the many highlights was a five-course Chef's Table  dinner prepared by executive master chef and his terrifically talented team.Cal 0314  Azuridge 3 A select media group was  treated like royalty at the launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series. One of the many highlights was a five-course Chef's Table  dinner prepared by executive master chef Yoshi Chubachi (pictured) and his terrifically talented team.Cal 0314  Azuridge 7 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series held last Friday evening are, from left Oliver & Spence's Kim and Jay Wallace with Azuridge's Tammy Taylor.Cal 0314  Azuridge 6 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series held last Friday evening are Azuridge director of food and beverage Steve Hill and Jessica Kurtz, food and beverage supervisor.030915-Cal0714_Azuridge_5.JPG-Cal0714_Azuridge_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0314 Azuridge 2 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series are Azuridge butlers Natasha Koury, Jame Ord and Jimmy-Lee Vennard, director of butlers at the 5-star luxury property.Cal 0314 Azuridge 1 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series are Azuridge's Joanne McCormick (left) and Donna Young. The three-day, three-night retreat is nothing short of pure luxury.Cal 0314 Azuridge 4 A select media group was treated like royalty at the launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series. One of the many highlights was a five-course Chef's Table dinner prepared by executive master chef and his terrifically talented team.Cal 0314 Azuridge 3 A select media group was treated like royalty at the launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series. One of the many highlights was a five-course Chef's Table dinner prepared by executive master chef Yoshi Chubachi (pictured) and his terrifically talented team.Cal 0314 Azuridge 7 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series held last Friday evening are, from left Oliver & Spence's Kim and Jay Wallace with Azuridge's Tammy Taylor.Cal 0314 Azuridge 6 Pictured at the media launch of Azuridge Estate Hotel's Ammolite All-Inclusive Luxury Retreat series held last Friday evening are Azuridge director of food and beverage Steve Hill and Jessica Kurtz, food and beverage supervisor.

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    Leave it to the talented folks at Alberta Ballet to put on a fabulous fundraiser. La Nuit Noir, held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser had all the trappings one would expect from the premier dance company. From dance competitions and fabulous auction items, to a scaled- down performance of the global hit Love Lies […]

    031215-Cal_0314_Alberta_ballet_9.JPG-brooks_ballet_featured-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 13 Pattison Outdoor's Adam Seely and his wife Amy Seely were among the glam guests in attendance at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 8 Dave and Jane Pierce pulled out all the stops for Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 13 Mitchell Eye Centre's Dr. Robert Mitchell and his wife Helen pose for the lens at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 12 Cutting up the carpet at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are renowned realtor Sue Anne Valentine with developer  Rob Ollerenshaw.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 11 Pictured at    Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Grant Bartlet with Alberta Ballet board member and Prostate Cancer Centre executive director Pam Heard. Bartlett's wife, Dawn McDonald, board chair, Alberta Ballet was ill this night so unable to attend the fab fete.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 10 Pictured at    Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Roger Smith and Alberta ballet dancer Luna Sasaki.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 7  Looking fashionably fabulous at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Arts Commons president and CEO Johann Zietsman and his wife Tharrie.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 6 Brion Energy's John Seto had a great time at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Joining Seto are Christel Mueller (left) and Alberta Ballet dancer Laura Vande Zande.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 4 Pictured, from left, at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Sarah Bragg with her husband Martin Bragg, executive director, Alberta Ballet and avid arts supporter Pat Moore.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 1  Looking their glam finest at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Enbridge's D'Arcy Levesque and Honens' Michelle Stanners. More than $100,000 was raised this night for Alberta Ballet's dancer and artistic creations.-Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 2 Alberta Ballet artistic director Jean Grand-Maitre (left) joins Alberta Ballet board member Chandra Henry and Telus' Tom Henry at  La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. More than $100,000 was raised this night for our beloved-and world renowned Alberta Ballet's dancer and artistic creations.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 3 Pictured, from left, at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are presenting sponsor Giovanni Bianchini, sales manager, Lexus of Calgary, Alberta Ballet's Danielle Bartha and Lexus of Calgary's Les Krawec.Cal 0314  Alberta ballet 5  Pictured, from left, at  Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Alberta Ballet board member Bryce Tingle and is wife Rebecca with U of C's Lyndsay Campbell and Cisco Fellow Cullen Jennings.031215-Cal_0314_Alberta_ballet_9.JPG-brooks_ballet_featured-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 13 Pattison Outdoor's Adam Seely and his wife Amy Seely were among the glam guests in attendance at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 8 Dave and Jane Pierce pulled out all the stops for Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 13 Mitchell Eye Centre's Dr. Robert Mitchell and his wife Helen pose for the lens at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 12 Cutting up the carpet at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are renowned realtor Sue Anne Valentine with developer Rob Ollerenshaw.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 11 Pictured at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Grant Bartlet with Alberta Ballet board member and Prostate Cancer Centre executive director Pam Heard. Bartlett's wife, Dawn McDonald, board chair, Alberta Ballet was ill this night so unable to attend the fab fete.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 10 Pictured at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Roger Smith and Alberta ballet dancer Luna Sasaki.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 7 Looking fashionably fabulous at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Arts Commons president and CEO Johann Zietsman and his wife Tharrie.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 6 Brion Energy's John Seto had a great time at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. Joining Seto are Christel Mueller (left) and Alberta Ballet dancer Laura Vande Zande.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 4 Pictured, from left, at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Sarah Bragg with her husband Martin Bragg, executive director, Alberta Ballet and avid arts supporter Pat Moore.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 1 Looking their glam finest at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Enbridge's D'Arcy Levesque and Honens' Michelle Stanners. More than $100,000 was raised this night for Alberta Ballet's dancer and artistic creations.-Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 2 Alberta Ballet artistic director Jean Grand-Maitre (left) joins Alberta Ballet board member Chandra Henry and Telus' Tom Henry at La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser. More than $100,000 was raised this night for our beloved-and world renowned Alberta Ballet's dancer and artistic creations.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 3 Pictured, from left, at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are presenting sponsor Giovanni Bianchini, sales manager, Lexus of Calgary, Alberta Ballet's Danielle Bartha and Lexus of Calgary's Les Krawec.Cal 0314 Alberta ballet 5 Pictured, from left, at Alberta Ballet's La Nuit Noir held Feb 28 at the Fairmont Palliser are Alberta Ballet board member Bryce Tingle and is wife Rebecca with U of C's Lyndsay Campbell and Cisco Fellow Cullen Jennings.

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    Imagine being completely buried in a massive avalanche. Then, imagine being rescued by another group of back country travelers.  This bad news/good news story is not fictional. This actually happened in Cherry Bowl and is a remarkable story of avalanche rescue in British Columbia’s Coast Mountains. On Mar. 5 at its annual gala, the Avalanche […]

    031615-Cal0321_Avalanche_2.JPG-Cal0321_Avalanche_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 Avalanche 1   CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th. Pictured are CP Rail's Peter Arato and his wife Judith, on the right, along with Gilles Valade and Gordon Ritchie from Avalanche CanadaCal 0321 Avalanche 3   Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are Ski Cellar Snowboard's Don Maher, Betty Conklin, Brian Anderson and Jean Hunt, with Stefan Billings from Sunshine Village.Cal 0321 Avalanche 4  Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are Mountain of Wine volunteers Christa, Nicholson, Sue Stangl and Sue Finley.Cal 0321 Avalanche 5  Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are FirstEnergy's Andrew Osborne, Nathan Trainor and Jared Poplawski  with Charles Bougie from Kluane Partners.Cal 0321 Avalanche 5  Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are past Avalanche Canada director Morgan Hincks with husband Paul Boskovich and his father Joe Boskovich.031615-Cal0321_Avalanche_2.JPG-Cal0321_Avalanche_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 Avalanche 1 CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th. Pictured are CP Rail's Peter Arato and his wife Judith, on the right, along with Gilles Valade and Gordon Ritchie from Avalanche CanadaCal 0321 Avalanche 3 Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are Ski Cellar Snowboard's Don Maher, Betty Conklin, Brian Anderson and Jean Hunt, with Stefan Billings from Sunshine Village.Cal 0321 Avalanche 4 Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are Mountain of Wine volunteers Christa, Nicholson, Sue Stangl and Sue Finley.Cal 0321 Avalanche 5 Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are FirstEnergy's Andrew Osborne, Nathan Trainor and Jared Poplawski with Charles Bougie from Kluane Partners.Cal 0321 Avalanche 5 Pictured, from left at the CP Rail hosted Avalanche Canada's benefit on March 5th are past Avalanche Canada director Morgan Hincks with husband Paul Boskovich and his father Joe Boskovich.

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    What took so long seemed to be the consensus of opinion Mar 7 as more than 700 stylish party-goers gathered at the Fairmont Palliser Hotel for the revival of Decidedly Jazz Danceworks’ (DJD)  infamous Black & White Ball. Attendees to previous Black & White’s know well of the terrific time this must attend event was. […]

    031615-Cal0321_DJD_1._JPEG.jpg-Cal0321_DJD_1._JPEG-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 DJD 2  Erica Morgan and  Kristy Archibald were among the 700-plus guests who attended Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0321 DJD 3 Striking a pose for the lens at    Decidedly Jazz Danceworks'  (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are, from left, Chloe Montgomery, Alora Popow, Meredith Blackburn, DJD dancer Audrey Gaussiran and Kirstin Anderson.Cal 0321 DJD 4  DJD company members Rodney Diverlus and Natasha Korney pulled out all the stops for Decidedly Jazz Danceworks'  (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0321 DJD 5  Pictured, from left at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks'  (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are Andrea Wettstein, City Councillor Evan Woolley and DJD board member/Black  and White Ball co-chair Evan Wilson.Cal 0321 DJD 6  Pictured, from left at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks'  (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are DJD artistic associate Sarisa F. de Toledo, DJD artistic director and  DJD Dance School principal Joanne BakerCal 0321 DJD 7  Pictured with reason to smile at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks'  (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are Riley Waite and  DJD board president Erin Waite. More than 700 guests attended the fab fundraiser.031615-Cal0321_DJD_1._JPEG.jpg-Cal0321_DJD_1._JPEG-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 DJD 2 Erica Morgan and Kristy Archibald were among the 700-plus guests who attended Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0321 DJD 3 Striking a pose for the lens at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are, from left, Chloe Montgomery, Alora Popow, Meredith Blackburn, DJD dancer Audrey Gaussiran and Kirstin Anderson.Cal 0321 DJD 4 DJD company members Rodney Diverlus and Natasha Korney pulled out all the stops for Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser.Cal 0321 DJD 5 Pictured, from left at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are Andrea Wettstein, City Councillor Evan Woolley and DJD board member/Black and White Ball co-chair Evan Wilson.Cal 0321 DJD 6 Pictured, from left at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are DJD artistic associate Sarisa F. de Toledo, DJD artistic director and DJD Dance School principal Joanne BakerCal 0321 DJD 7 Pictured with reason to smile at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks' (DJD) triumphant return of the Black and White Ball held Mar 7 at the Fairmont Palliser are Riley Waite and DJD board president Erin Waite. More than 700 guests attended the fab fundraiser.

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    Lovers of vehicles, music from the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra (CPO), auctions and supporting charity was the draw for hundreds of  guests who attended  Calgary Motor Dealers Association’s (CMDA) An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015-the pre-cursor to the 2014 Calgary International Auto and Truck Show-the largest show of its kind in Western Canada. Since […]

    031615-Cal_0321_Vehicles_5.JPG-Cal_0321_Vehicles_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 Vehicles  1 Pictured with reason to smile at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015 is Jim Gillespie, manager of the must-attend Calgary Auto and Truck Show.  Three deserving organizations shared in proceeds raised at the gala which has, since 2000 raised more than $2.9 million for myriad charities.Cal 0321 Vehicles 2   Pictured  at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Make-A-Wish Southern Alberta board chair Lynne Douglas and CEO Kim Anthony. Make-A-Wish was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 3   Pictured  at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Kids Help Phone director Syliva Whitworth and national director Dwayne Vinck. Kids Help Phone was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 4   Pictured  at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Fresh Start Recovery Centre board chair Craig Borgland and executive director Stacey Petersen. Fresh Start was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 6  Pictured  at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show is Shaganappi G.M. owner Gary Sartorio and his daughter Dallas. Dallas is among a handful of ladies enrolled in SAIT's Automotive Management program.Cal 0321 Vehicles 7  Pictured, from left,   at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Calgary Herald regional digital manager Dean Jager, media sales manager Laura Linnell, CREB manager, media services Jamie Zachary and Herald media sales consultant Mike Slimm.Cal 0321 Vehicles 8  Pictured, from left,   at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show are McManes Automotive vice-president real estate Rick Bowie, Sotheby's Wynn Alex Carr, McManes president Jim McManes and Willow Par Golf Course's Ken Bowie.Cal 0321 Vehicles 9  Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the  Calgary Auto and Truck Show is Rolls-Royce dealer principal Carlo Galasso. Galasso is standing in front of a Rolls Wraith-yours for only $430,000-plus tax.031615-Cal_0321_Vehicles_5.JPG-Cal_0321_Vehicles_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0321 Vehicles 1 Pictured with reason to smile at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015 is Jim Gillespie, manager of the must-attend Calgary Auto and Truck Show. Three deserving organizations shared in proceeds raised at the gala which has, since 2000 raised more than $2.9 million for myriad charities.Cal 0321 Vehicles 2 Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Make-A-Wish Southern Alberta board chair Lynne Douglas and CEO Kim Anthony. Make-A-Wish was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 3 Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Kids Help Phone director Syliva Whitworth and national director Dwayne Vinck. Kids Help Phone was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 4 Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Fresh Start Recovery Centre board chair Craig Borgland and executive director Stacey Petersen. Fresh Start was one of three charities sharing in the evening's proceeds.Cal 0321 Vehicles 6 Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show is Shaganappi G.M. owner Gary Sartorio and his daughter Dallas. Dallas is among a handful of ladies enrolled in SAIT's Automotive Management program.Cal 0321 Vehicles 7 Pictured, from left, at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show are Calgary Herald regional digital manager Dean Jager, media sales manager Laura Linnell, CREB manager, media services Jamie Zachary and Herald media sales consultant Mike Slimm.Cal 0321 Vehicles 8 Pictured, from left, at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show are McManes Automotive vice-president real estate Rick Bowie, Sotheby's Wynn Alex Carr, McManes president Jim McManes and Willow Par Golf Course's Ken Bowie.Cal 0321 Vehicles 9 Pictured at An Evening of Vehicles and Violins Gala 2015- the opening night gala pre-cursor to the Calgary Auto and Truck Show is Rolls-Royce dealer principal Carlo Galasso. Galasso is standing in front of a Rolls Wraith-yours for only $430,000-plus tax.

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    It simply does not get any better than fashion supporting philanthropy. And especially when said philanthropy goes to taking care of our tiniest treasures-babies. Holt Renfrew Bella took the city by storm Mar 11 as hundreds of our city’s fashionably philanthropic souls gathered in the iconic store to sip, schmooze, see, be seen and view […]

    032315-GROUP.jpg-0328_Bella_Main_-W.jpgbbrooks1Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --MARCH 23, 2015 -- The Bella Fashion show, on March 23, 2015. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Lifestyles story by Christina Ryan)  SLUG: Bella Event 7Cal 0328 Bella 1  Pictured, from left at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Bill Brooks, Calgary Health Trust CEO Jill Olynyk and event producer Tom Dodd. The fabulous spring 2015 parade of fashion raised more than $500,000 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 2  Among the hundreds of guests who attended  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew were Dr. Grant Bartlett and his wife  Dawn McDonald, board chair, Alberta Ballet. The fabulous  spring 2015 parade of fashion was opened with a performance from a select group of Alberta Ballet dancers.Cal 0328 Bella 3  Pictured with reason to smile at   Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Linda Hohol and her daughter Tara Hohol.  Lucky Linda won the raffle this night-a $5000 Holt Renfrew shopping experience.Cal 0328 Bella 4  Among the hundreds of guests who attended Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew were Shaw television's Jay Mehr and his wife Vivienne. Shaw filmed the fabulous fashionable fundraiser and the one-hour special  will air on Shaw Cable 10 at 4:30 p.m. Mar 28.Cal 0328 Bella 5 Pictured, from left, at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Hotel Arts' Mark Wilson and his wife, Kensington Riverside Inn's Kerry Wilson with award winning chef Duncan Ly. Hotel Arts provided the sumptuous fare this night.Cal 0328 Bella 6  Pictured at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Terry Berg and Julie Shaw. Shaw was one of the invaluable committee members that ensured Bella was an enormous success.Cal 0328 Bella 8  Pictured at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Rich Waller and his wife Jane McCaig.  McCaig was one of the invaluable committee members that ensured Bella was an enormous success.Cal 0328 Bella 9  Herald social scribe Bill Brooks was one of four media personalties chosen to host the magenta carpet at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew. Joining Brooks is Bella chair Marion Dixon who had just been presented with a Holts Loves badge signifying she was one of the best dressed this night.Cal 0328 Bella 10  XXXXXX and his wife XXXXX cut an elegant swath at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew. The fabulous fashionable fundraiser raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 11  Looking gorgeous  at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Holt's divisional vice-president  Deb Kerr with Ann McCaig, board chair, Calgary Health Trust. The fabulous, fashionable fundraiser raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 12  Joe Colangelo poses with his daughter Kristin (left) and his fiancee Monika Jensen at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew.Cal 0328 Bella 13  Pictured at  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew is Gucci's Stephanie Teo-wearing, of course, Gucci from head to toe.Cal 0328 Bella 14  A fundraiser would not be the same were W. Brett Wilson not in attendance. Joining the famed philanthropist at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew is Shauna Sky.Cal 0328 Bella 15  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 16  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 17  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 18  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 19  Pictured at the hugely successful  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Holt's vice-president, exclusive services Lisa Tant  and Holts divisional vice-president  Deb Kerr.Cal 0328 Bella 20  Pictured, from left, at the hugely successful  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Tracy Logan, Holt Renfrew manager marketing and public relations with Holts divisional vice-president  Deb Kerr, event producer Tom Dodd, principal, Brooks and Dodd Consulting and Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan.Cal 0328 Bella 21  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew was an enormous success and raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre. Pictured is Shaw's Phoenix, one of four magenta carpet hosts this night.Cal 0328 Bella 22  Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew was an enormous success and raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre. Pictured are Style Guys Jason (left) and Aly- two of the four magenta carpet hosts this night.032315-GROUP.jpg-0328_Bella_Main_-W.jpgbbrooks1Christina Ryan/ Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB --MARCH 23, 2015 -- The Bella Fashion show, on March 23, 2015. (Christina Ryan/Calgary Herald) (For Lifestyles story by Christina Ryan) SLUG: Bella Event 7Cal 0328 Bella 1 Pictured, from left at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Bill Brooks, Calgary Health Trust CEO Jill Olynyk and event producer Tom Dodd. The fabulous spring 2015 parade of fashion raised more than $500,000 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 2 Among the hundreds of guests who attended Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew were Dr. Grant Bartlett and his wife Dawn McDonald, board chair, Alberta Ballet. The fabulous spring 2015 parade of fashion was opened with a performance from a select group of Alberta Ballet dancers.Cal 0328 Bella 3 Pictured with reason to smile at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Linda Hohol and her daughter Tara Hohol. Lucky Linda won the raffle this night-a $5000 Holt Renfrew shopping experience.Cal 0328 Bella 4 Among the hundreds of guests who attended Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew were Shaw television's Jay Mehr and his wife Vivienne. Shaw filmed the fabulous fashionable fundraiser and the one-hour special will air on Shaw Cable 10 at 4:30 p.m. Mar 28.Cal 0328 Bella 5 Pictured, from left, at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Hotel Arts' Mark Wilson and his wife, Kensington Riverside Inn's Kerry Wilson with award winning chef Duncan Ly. Hotel Arts provided the sumptuous fare this night.Cal 0328 Bella 6 Pictured at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Terry Berg and Julie Shaw. Shaw was one of the invaluable committee members that ensured Bella was an enormous success.Cal 0328 Bella 8 Pictured at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Rich Waller and his wife Jane McCaig. McCaig was one of the invaluable committee members that ensured Bella was an enormous success.Cal 0328 Bella 9 Herald social scribe Bill Brooks was one of four media personalties chosen to host the magenta carpet at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew. Joining Brooks is Bella chair Marion Dixon who had just been presented with a Holts Loves badge signifying she was one of the best dressed this night.Cal 0328 Bella 10 XXXXXX and his wife XXXXX cut an elegant swath at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew. The fabulous fashionable fundraiser raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 11 Looking gorgeous at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Holt's divisional vice-president Deb Kerr with Ann McCaig, board chair, Calgary Health Trust. The fabulous, fashionable fundraiser raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 12 Joe Colangelo poses with his daughter Kristin (left) and his fiancee Monika Jensen at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew.Cal 0328 Bella 13 Pictured at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew is Gucci's Stephanie Teo-wearing, of course, Gucci from head to toe.Cal 0328 Bella 14 A fundraiser would not be the same were W. Brett Wilson not in attendance. Joining the famed philanthropist at Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew is Shauna Sky.Cal 0328 Bella 15 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 16 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 17 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 18 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew featured 68 models showcasing 116 must-have Spring 2015 looks. The fabulous fashionable event raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre.Cal 0328 Bella 19 Pictured at the hugely successful Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Holt's vice-president, exclusive services Lisa Tant and Holts divisional vice-president Deb Kerr.Cal 0328 Bella 20 Pictured, from left, at the hugely successful Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew are Tracy Logan, Holt Renfrew manager marketing and public relations with Holts divisional vice-president Deb Kerr, event producer Tom Dodd, principal, Brooks and Dodd Consulting and Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan.Cal 0328 Bella 21 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew was an enormous success and raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre. Pictured is Shaw's Phoenix, one of four magenta carpet hosts this night.Cal 0328 Bella 22 Holt Renfrew Bella held March 11 in Holt Renfrew was an enormous success and raised more than $500,000 for the NICU at the Foothills Medical Centre. Pictured are Style Guys Jason (left) and Aly- two of the four magenta carpet hosts this night.

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    This past academic year marked many a milestone for St. Mary’s University- not the least of which was being approved from the Premier of Alberta to delete the word ‘College’ from its name. This  small, but mighty learning institution also  launched its extraordinary First Nations, Métis and Inuit initiatives, unveiled its Coat or Arms and […]

    033015-Cal0404_St._Mary_6.JPG-37250341-Cal0404_St._Mary_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0404 St. Mary 8 All smiles at St. Mary's University (SMU)  20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park  are Calgary Economic Development manager workforce and productivity Jeanette Sutherland with colleague Mary Moran, vice-president, marketing, communications and research.Cal 0404 St. Mary 1  Global's Linda Olson (left) did a great job in the role of emcee at the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park. Joining Olson is Believe in the Gold founder Shonalie Stadnyk.Cal 0404 St. Mary 2 Digital Humanity president Angela Christianson and her husband Bob Christianson, board member, Clear Water Academy were among the 200-plus guests who attended  the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.Cal 0404 St. Mary 3 Stone Creek Resorts' Guy Turcotte and his wife Dawn Turcotte pictured at  the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park. The Turcotte's are invaluable supporters of St. Mary's University.Cal 0404 St. Mary 4  Denis Herard can always be counted upon to support myriad causes. Heard , who is on the board of directors at  St. Mary's University is pictured  at the university's  20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.Cal 0404 St. Mary 5  Among the more than 200 guests who attended St. Mary's University   20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park were Banff Centre board chair Brenda Mackie and her husband, Mackie Wealth Group's Jamie Mackie.Cal 0404 St. Mary 7  Pictured, from left, at  St. Mary's University (SMU)  20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park  are Lamont Brown Group's Keith Brown, dinner chair John Cordeau, Q.C. and Calgary Catholic School vice-principal Jessica Badzgon.Cal 0404 St. Mary 9 Among the more than 200 guests who attended St. Mary's University (SMU)  20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park  were invaluable sponsors Ted Valentine and his wife Shirley Valentine.033015-Cal0404_St._Mary_6.JPG-37250341-Cal0404_St._Mary_6-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0404 St. Mary 8 All smiles at St. Mary's University (SMU) 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park are Calgary Economic Development manager workforce and productivity Jeanette Sutherland with colleague Mary Moran, vice-president, marketing, communications and research.Cal 0404 St. Mary 1 Global's Linda Olson (left) did a great job in the role of emcee at the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park. Joining Olson is Believe in the Gold founder Shonalie Stadnyk.Cal 0404 St. Mary 2 Digital Humanity president Angela Christianson and her husband Bob Christianson, board member, Clear Water Academy were among the 200-plus guests who attended the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.Cal 0404 St. Mary 3 Stone Creek Resorts' Guy Turcotte and his wife Dawn Turcotte pictured at the St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park. The Turcotte's are invaluable supporters of St. Mary's University.Cal 0404 St. Mary 4 Denis Herard can always be counted upon to support myriad causes. Heard , who is on the board of directors at St. Mary's University is pictured at the university's 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park.Cal 0404 St. Mary 5 Among the more than 200 guests who attended St. Mary's University 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park were Banff Centre board chair Brenda Mackie and her husband, Mackie Wealth Group's Jamie Mackie.Cal 0404 St. Mary 7 Pictured, from left, at St. Mary's University (SMU) 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park are Lamont Brown Group's Keith Brown, dinner chair John Cordeau, Q.C. and Calgary Catholic School vice-principal Jessica Badzgon.Cal 0404 St. Mary 9 Among the more than 200 guests who attended St. Mary's University (SMU) 20th anniversary President's Dinner held Mar 12 in Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park were invaluable sponsors Ted Valentine and his wife Shirley Valentine.

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    All the doom and gloom in the ‘patch’ certainly didn’t dampen the enthusiasm- nor attendance- nor dollars raised at Boyden Global Executive Search Guinness & Green St. Patrick’s Day bash held at the Calgary Petroleum Club. More than 700 guests attended and dug deep this day to raise funds for Enviros-an invaluable organization that offers […]

    033015-Cal0404_Boyden1.JPG-Cal0404_Boyden1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0404 Boyden 2  Pictured at  Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club. are Enviros CEO Chris Mahoney with colleague Christy Herdman. The festive fete raised funds for the invaluable charity.Cal 0404 Boyden 3  Pictured at  Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are Boyden's Brian Mellor (left) and Nathan Berko. More than 700 guests attended the celebration.Cal 0404 Boyden 4 Among the more than 700 guests in attendance at   Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club were Sen. Elect Mike Shaikh (left) and Pat Higgerty, Q.C.Cal 0404 Boyden 5  Among the more than 700 guests in attendance at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club were General Magnetic CFO Kit Chan and her husband, General Magnetic CEO Al Duerr.Cal 0404 Boyden 6 Pictured at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are UDI Calgary CEO Guy Huntingford and past UDI Calgary chair Karin Finley.Cal 0404 Boyden 7 ATB vice-president, energy, Bruce Edgelow and strategic marketing consultant Lindsay Hamilton had a great time at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club.Cal 0404 Boyden 8 Pictured, from left, at  Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are Heather Shaw, Greg Turnbull, Q.C. and Julie Shaw. More than 700 of the city's movers and shakers attended the festive fete.033015-Cal0404_Boyden1.JPG-Cal0404_Boyden1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0404 Boyden 2 Pictured at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club. are Enviros CEO Chris Mahoney with colleague Christy Herdman. The festive fete raised funds for the invaluable charity.Cal 0404 Boyden 3 Pictured at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are Boyden's Brian Mellor (left) and Nathan Berko. More than 700 guests attended the celebration.Cal 0404 Boyden 4 Among the more than 700 guests in attendance at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club were Sen. Elect Mike Shaikh (left) and Pat Higgerty, Q.C.Cal 0404 Boyden 5 Among the more than 700 guests in attendance at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club were General Magnetic CFO Kit Chan and her husband, General Magnetic CEO Al Duerr.Cal 0404 Boyden 6 Pictured at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are UDI Calgary CEO Guy Huntingford and past UDI Calgary chair Karin Finley.Cal 0404 Boyden 7 ATB vice-president, energy, Bruce Edgelow and strategic marketing consultant Lindsay Hamilton had a great time at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club.Cal 0404 Boyden 8 Pictured, from left, at Boyden's annual Guinness & Green event held on St. Patrick's Day at the Calgary Petroleum Club are Heather Shaw, Greg Turnbull, Q.C. and Julie Shaw. More than 700 of the city's movers and shakers attended the festive fete.

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    A select group of 40 or so gathered at Model Milk Apr 8 for a fabulous evening of cocktails and dinner hosted by Hugo Boss and Nordstrom. The private dinner was held to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine- and fete Calgary’s Tastemakers-five of the coolest guys you would ever hope to meet. That […]

    041315-Cal0418_Sharp_1.JPG-Cal0418_Sharp_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0418 Sharp 2  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted a private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers. Pictured, from left, are Ryan Moleiro, Sharp Magazine senior account manager, Americas and Greg Hudson, Sharp Magazine editor-in-chief.Cal 0418 Sharp 3 Looking their fashionably finest at the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted  private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker Jordan Allen, co-director, Bioi Design and his wife Kate Allen with RAD Architecture.Cal 0418 Sharp 4 Posing for the lens at the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted  private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker Pieter Boekhoff, founder, Nobal Technologies and his wife, physician Dr. Lynn Boekhoff.Cal 0418 Sharp 5 Looking super glam at the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted  private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are, from left, Hugo Boss' Sara Brandt, Anstice Communications' Lana Rogers, Nordstrom Chinook gnarl manger Lisa Berg with colleague Tianna Stevenson.Cal 0418 Sharp 6 Among the select group of guests in attendance  at the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers were mode models founder Kelly Streit (right) with colleague Michael Meneghetti.Cal 0418 Sharp 7 Pictured at  the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are Nordstrom Canada president Karen McKibbin with tastemaker, renowned philanthropist W. Brett Wilson.Cal 0418 Sharp 8 Pictured at  the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids (BB4CK) executive director Tanya Koshowski and her proud mom Judy. 10% of all sales  of Hugo Boss apparel sold in Nordstrom Apr 9-12 was donated to BB4CK.Cal 0418 Sharp 9 Pictured at  the  Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker David Guzman, co-founder and president of Blacksquare and his wife, clinical nurse Pam Hruska.041315-Cal0418_Sharp_1.JPG-Cal0418_Sharp_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0418 Sharp 2 Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted a private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers. Pictured, from left, are Ryan Moleiro, Sharp Magazine senior account manager, Americas and Greg Hudson, Sharp Magazine editor-in-chief.Cal 0418 Sharp 3 Looking their fashionably finest at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker Jordan Allen, co-director, Bioi Design and his wife Kate Allen with RAD Architecture.Cal 0418 Sharp 4 Posing for the lens at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker Pieter Boekhoff, founder, Nobal Technologies and his wife, physician Dr. Lynn Boekhoff.Cal 0418 Sharp 5 Looking super glam at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are, from left, Hugo Boss' Sara Brandt, Anstice Communications' Lana Rogers, Nordstrom Chinook gnarl manger Lisa Berg with colleague Tianna Stevenson.Cal 0418 Sharp 6 Among the select group of guests in attendance at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers were mode models founder Kelly Streit (right) with colleague Michael Meneghetti.Cal 0418 Sharp 7 Pictured at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are Nordstrom Canada president Karen McKibbin with tastemaker, renowned philanthropist W. Brett Wilson.Cal 0418 Sharp 8 Pictured at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids (BB4CK) executive director Tanya Koshowski and her proud mom Judy. 10% of all sales of Hugo Boss apparel sold in Nordstrom Apr 9-12 was donated to BB4CK.Cal 0418 Sharp 9 Pictured at the Hugo Boss and Nordstrom hosted private dinner at Model Milk Apr 18 to celebrate the April issue of Sharp Magazine and fete Calgary's tastemakers are tastemaker David Guzman, co-founder and president of Blacksquare and his wife, clinical nurse Pam Hruska.

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