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    Trust the terrifically talented team at non-profit arts and fashion organization PARK (Promoting Artists | Redefining Kulture) to take it to the next level. Its eighth installment of PARKSHOW took place May 23 in the newest north parkade addition at Chinook Centre. The event brought the coastline to Calgary through an interactive and underground experience […]

    060815-Cal0613_Luxe_7.JPG-Cal0613_Luxe_7-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0613 Luxe 8 Striking a pose for the lens at   PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre is Maeghan Archibald, director of fashion, PARK.Cal 0613 Luxe 6 Nikita Romane was one of the fashionably fablous attendees at  PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre.Cal 0613 Luxe 5 PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre  showcased myriad fashions created by some our top local designers. The fab fashion show was held in the north parkade at Chinnok Centre. Pictured is a model showcasing a must-have look fro spring.Cal 0613 Luxe 4 All smiles  PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre  are Chinook Centre's Stacie Woolford (left) with SASS Communications' Sarah Geddes.Cal 0613 Luxe 3  Pictured at  PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre  are Chinook GM Paige O'Neill (left) with colleague Shannon Perschon. The fab fashion show was held in the north parkade at Chinook Centre.Cal 0613 Luxe 2 Among the head-turners in attendance at  PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre were, from left, The Core's marketing director Kim Bogner, Casey Wagar and Holt Renfrew's Tracy Logan.Cal 0613 Luxe 1  Pictured, from left, at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre are Nordstrom's Karin Anderson, Tanna Stevenson and Nordstrom GM Lisa Berg. The fabulous fashion event was held in the north parkade at Chinook Centre.060815-Cal0613_Luxe_7.JPG-Cal0613_Luxe_7-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0613 Luxe 8 Striking a pose for the lens at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre is Maeghan Archibald, director of fashion, PARK.Cal 0613 Luxe 6 Nikita Romane was one of the fashionably fablous attendees at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre.Cal 0613 Luxe 5 PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre showcased myriad fashions created by some our top local designers. The fab fashion show was held in the north parkade at Chinnok Centre. Pictured is a model showcasing a must-have look fro spring.Cal 0613 Luxe 4 All smiles PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre are Chinook Centre's Stacie Woolford (left) with SASS Communications' Sarah Geddes.Cal 0613 Luxe 3 Pictured at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre are Chinook GM Paige O'Neill (left) with colleague Shannon Perschon. The fab fashion show was held in the north parkade at Chinook Centre.Cal 0613 Luxe 2 Among the head-turners in attendance at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre were, from left, The Core's marketing director Kim Bogner, Casey Wagar and Holt Renfrew's Tracy Logan.Cal 0613 Luxe 1 Pictured, from left, at PARKSHOW 2015 presented by Chinook Centre are Nordstrom's Karin Anderson, Tanna Stevenson and Nordstrom GM Lisa Berg. The fabulous fashion event was held in the north parkade at Chinook Centre.

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    For lovers of all things crustacean, there cannot be a better event going than Mount Royal University’s annual Pearls  of Wisdom gala. Billed as “the best lobsterfest in the West” the must attend event- catered by Rodney “The Oysterman” Clark and his crew,  features fabulous food, entertainment, raffles of stunning jewellery from Fleetwood Jewellery and […]

    060815-Cal0613_Pearls_9.JPG-Cal0613_Pearls_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0613 Pearls 1 Pictured at Mount Royal University's (MRU) 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala-billed as the best lobsterfest in the West, are MRU's Pamella Simpson and her husband Rob. The fab fete raised funds for students in the Interior Design program.Cal 0613 Pearls 4 Jim Dinning and his wife Evelyn Main were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 2 MRU president David Doherty and his wife Kris pictured at MRU's  18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30. The fab fete raised funds for students in the Interior Design program.Cal 0613 Pearls 3 Pictured, from left, at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are MRU's Buffy St-Amand, Laurie Wallis, Kandi McElary and Carol Shepstone.Cal 0613 Pearls 6  All smiles at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are Jody Goddard and her husband, Big Rock Brewery's Brad Goddard.Cal 0613 Pearls 5 Trimac was well represented at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.  Pictured, from left, are Trimac CFO Scott Calver, Tina Rossi, Genny Neufeld and Kelly Neufeld.Cal 0613 Pearls 8 Pictured, from left, at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are Evans Consoles' Maurice Warren, Helen Evans Warren, chair, MRU Interior Design program, Kathleen Davidson and her husband Don Davidson, president, Alberta Association of Architects.Cal 0613 Pearls 7 DIRTT Environmental Solutions' David Brown and his wife Tammy Brown with Husky Energy were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 10 Philanthropist Clay Riddell and Maria-Liisa Barnby were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at  MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 12  MRU's  annual Pearls of Wisdom gala is billed as the best lobsterfest in the West. Apt indeed given the festive fundraiser is put on by Rodney 060815-Cal0613_Pearls_9.JPG-Cal0613_Pearls_9-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0613 Pearls 1 Pictured at Mount Royal University's (MRU) 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala-billed as the best lobsterfest in the West, are MRU's Pamella Simpson and her husband Rob. The fab fete raised funds for students in the Interior Design program.Cal 0613 Pearls 4 Jim Dinning and his wife Evelyn Main were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 2 MRU president David Doherty and his wife Kris pictured at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30. The fab fete raised funds for students in the Interior Design program.Cal 0613 Pearls 3 Pictured, from left, at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are MRU's Buffy St-Amand, Laurie Wallis, Kandi McElary and Carol Shepstone.Cal 0613 Pearls 6 All smiles at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are Jody Goddard and her husband, Big Rock Brewery's Brad Goddard.Cal 0613 Pearls 5 Trimac was well represented at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30. Pictured, from left, are Trimac CFO Scott Calver, Tina Rossi, Genny Neufeld and Kelly Neufeld.Cal 0613 Pearls 8 Pictured, from left, at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30 are Evans Consoles' Maurice Warren, Helen Evans Warren, chair, MRU Interior Design program, Kathleen Davidson and her husband Don Davidson, president, Alberta Association of Architects.Cal 0613 Pearls 7 DIRTT Environmental Solutions' David Brown and his wife Tammy Brown with Husky Energy were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 10 Philanthropist Clay Riddell and Maria-Liisa Barnby were among the hundreds of guests in attendance at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 12 MRU's annual Pearls of Wisdom gala is billed as the best lobsterfest in the West. Apt indeed given the festive fundraiser is put on by Rodney "Oysterman" Clark and crew. The 18th annual event was held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 11 Sen. Scott Tannas and his wife Taryn Tannas pictured at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30.Cal 0613 Pearls 13 RBC's Jeff Boyd and his wife Michele pictured at MRU's 18th annual Pearls of Wisdom gala held May 30. RBC was the gala event partner.

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    There is a secret is town that hopefully after this column will be secret no longer. Yes, dear readers. the Military Museums on Crowchild Trail S.W. is an absolute gem that many are not aware of. And the recent grand opening of the Viktor Taboika Collection proved the perfect wow moment at the inaugural Formal Field […]

    061515-Bill_Macdonald_Vice_Chair_The_Military_Museaum_Foundation.jpg-Cal_0620_Military_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0620 Military 2  Pictured, from left, at the inaugural  Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the 061515-Bill_Macdonald_Vice_Chair_The_Military_Museaum_Foundation.jpg-Cal_0620_Military_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0620 Military 2 Pictured, from left, at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are Col. James Hamel and is wife Carmen with Jean Braxton and Military Museum manager Doug Stinson.Cal 0620 Military 7 Looking smart in their formal military attired at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are, from left, Master Warrant Officer John Hryniw 1 PPCLI, Sergeant Brian Gaisford, Calgary Highlanders and Captain Mike MacKillop, 1 PPCLI.Cal 0620 Military 6 Pictured, from left, at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are Keith Brown, Major Cole Mackay, DCO Base Edmonton and Garry Douglas Hung, Lieutenant Col Ret.Cal 0620 Military 5 Pictured, from left, at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are Bennett Jones' John Cordeau, Q.C. and Tony Friend, Honorable Guard Patron Gerry Boisjolie and Paul Squires, PDS Display and Design.Cal 0620 Military 4 Pictured, from left, at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are Jesiah Hutley and Zack Hutley, 10 Battalion Re-inactment Group.Cal 0620 Military 3 Pictured, from left, at the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums are West Canadian Digital Imaging's George Brookman, L Col Ross Wickware, Kings Own Calgary Regiment and Vertigo Theatre's Tom McCabe.Cal 0620 Military 8 Calgary Herald columnist Valerie Fortney and her husband Robert Majamaa were among the select group of guests who attended the inaugural Formal Field Mess Dinner In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the "Great War" held May 30 on the grounds of The Military Museums.

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    The 22nd annual  Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic saw cumulative funds raised since inception top $5 million-more than $200,000 this year alone. No small feat given these challenging economic times.The foundation supports families in need through poverty reduction, preventative health programs and youth education.  And this year, YWCA, The Mustard Seed  and Meals on […]

    061515-Cal_0620_Coop_1._jpg.jpg-Cal_0620_Coop1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0620 Coop 2 Pictured with fifty thousand reasons to smile at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic are, from left, Calgary Co-op CEO Ken Keelor,  Joanna Domes, YWCA  manager, resource development, tournament co-chair Laura Babin and Calgary Co-op board chair Peggy  LeSueur.Cal 0620 Coop 3 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala held June 2 at Telus Spark are, from left, Calgary Flames Radio play by play announcer Derek Wills and Calgary Co-op vice-president of marketing Laurie Schild.  The tournament, held the following day at Heritage Pointe Golf and Country Club, raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 4 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op Wines events manager Trinh Bui and managing director Don McConkey. The tournament, held the following day at Heritage Pointe Golf and Country Club, raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 5  Calgary Co-op CEO Ken Keelor (left) and Coca-Cola Ken White have reason to smile. The 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 6 Onquest Canada's Moe Broer and his wife, Foothills Hospital nurse Teresa Broer were among the more than 350 guests who attended the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark.Cal 0620 Coop 7 Pictured, from left, at  the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Old Dutch Foods' Tom Bryant, Jeff Ambrose, Calgary Co-op vice president and Saputo Dairy Products' Bill McLeod.Cal 0620 Coop 8 Pictured at  the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op managing director, petroleum Woody Stelnicki with tournament co-chair Onanta Forbes.Cal 0620 Coop 10 Among the more than 350 guests and suppliers in attendance at  the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark were Todd Poulsen, Elan president and gala presenting sponsor (left) and Co-op vice-president Doug Stone.Cal 0620 Coop 9 Pictured at  the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are  C & B Advertising's Phil Copthorne and Leigh Blakely.Cal 0620 Coop 11 Pictured at  the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op Pharmacy operations director Judy Roberts and Deli operations manager Ken Chalmers.061515-Cal_0620_Coop_1._jpg.jpg-Cal_0620_Coop1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0620 Coop 2 Pictured with fifty thousand reasons to smile at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic are, from left, Calgary Co-op CEO Ken Keelor, Joanna Domes, YWCA manager, resource development, tournament co-chair Laura Babin and Calgary Co-op board chair Peggy LeSueur.Cal 0620 Coop 3 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala held June 2 at Telus Spark are, from left, Calgary Flames Radio play by play announcer Derek Wills and Calgary Co-op vice-president of marketing Laurie Schild. The tournament, held the following day at Heritage Pointe Golf and Country Club, raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 4 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op Wines events manager Trinh Bui and managing director Don McConkey. The tournament, held the following day at Heritage Pointe Golf and Country Club, raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 5 Calgary Co-op CEO Ken Keelor (left) and Coca-Cola Ken White have reason to smile. The 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic raised more than $200,000 for charities and not-for-profit groups in Calgary, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.Cal 0620 Coop 6 Onquest Canada's Moe Broer and his wife, Foothills Hospital nurse Teresa Broer were among the more than 350 guests who attended the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark.Cal 0620 Coop 7 Pictured, from left, at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Old Dutch Foods' Tom Bryant, Jeff Ambrose, Calgary Co-op vice president and Saputo Dairy Products' Bill McLeod.Cal 0620 Coop 8 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op managing director, petroleum Woody Stelnicki with tournament co-chair Onanta Forbes.Cal 0620 Coop 10 Among the more than 350 guests and suppliers in attendance at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark were Todd Poulsen, Elan president and gala presenting sponsor (left) and Co-op vice-president Doug Stone.Cal 0620 Coop 9 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are C & B Advertising's Phil Copthorne and Leigh Blakely.Cal 0620 Coop 11 Pictured at the 22nd Annual Co-op Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic gala reception held June 2 at Telus Spark are Co-op Pharmacy operations director Judy Roberts and Deli operations manager Ken Chalmers.

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    Like-minded individuals can certainly effect change. Just look at the difference the great group of guys who started the Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) annual golf tournament ten years ago have made. What started as a chat over coffee (or beers, one might think) between Bob Cardell and John Fitzsimmons evolved into the discussion as […]

    062215-Cal_0627_Fore_Kids_5.JPG-Cal_0627_Fore_Kids_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Fore Kids 1  Glorious weather ensured the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 was a resounding success raising more than $265,000 for charitable organizations benefitting kids. Pictured, from left, are B4CK's Steve Skiba, Tasso Chondronikolis, Rob Rakochey and David Elzinga.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 2  Glorious weather and terrific sponsors ensured the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 was a resounding success raising more than $265,000 for charitable organizations benefitting kids. Pictured, are platinum sponsor Mountain Coil's Mark Stormoen and his son Sam.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 4 Pictured at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 are tournament chair Brad Field, past chair Dan Doherty and B4CK founder Joe Klassen of Joey's fame.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 3 Pictured at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 are B4CK's Wendy Cardell and Business in Calgary publisher Pat Ottmann.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 6  Pictured  at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 is co-founder of the tournament Bob Cardell. Carell and John Fitzsimmons came up with the great idea of gathering together like-minded business men to host an annual golf tournament benefitting Calgary's kids.062215-Cal_0627_Fore_Kids_5.JPG-Cal_0627_Fore_Kids_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Fore Kids 1 Glorious weather ensured the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 was a resounding success raising more than $265,000 for charitable organizations benefitting kids. Pictured, from left, are B4CK's Steve Skiba, Tasso Chondronikolis, Rob Rakochey and David Elzinga.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 2 Glorious weather and terrific sponsors ensured the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 was a resounding success raising more than $265,000 for charitable organizations benefitting kids. Pictured, are platinum sponsor Mountain Coil's Mark Stormoen and his son Sam.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 4 Pictured at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 are tournament chair Brad Field, past chair Dan Doherty and B4CK founder Joe Klassen of Joey's fame.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 3 Pictured at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 are B4CK's Wendy Cardell and Business in Calgary publisher Pat Ottmann.Cal 0627 Fore Kids 6 Pictured at the 10th annual Business Fore Calgary Kids (B4CK) golf tournament held at the Glencoe June 8 is co-founder of the tournament Bob Cardell. Carell and John Fitzsimmons came up with the great idea of gathering together like-minded business men to host an annual golf tournament benefitting Calgary's kids.

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    Surely one of the best ‘guys nights’ going is the Italian Sportsmen’s Dinner Association annual dinner. In the past 53 years, this full-on fun event has raised more than $1.583 million for myriad organizations from the Calgary Italian Club and Calgary International Film Festival to Alberta Children’s Hospital and The Bill Powers Media Scholarship, to […]

    062215-Cal_0627_Italian_5.JPG-Cal_0627_Italian_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Italian 1 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was philanthropic, tons of fun-and 'healthy' in that the Prostate Cancer Centre Man Van was there to provide free PSA testing. Pictured, from left, are Bonnie Ball, Debra Guillet, Andrew Abbott, Shannon Gorham and  Marci Hansen.Cal 0627 Italian 2 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was an SRO success and was attended by 800 guests. Pictured are association president Domenic Venturo, Q.C. with past president Serafiino Scarpino.Cal 0627 Italian 3 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was an SRO success and was attended by 800 guests. Pictured, from left,  are new association directors Louis Bontorin, Remo Cardone, Carlo Plava, Randal Blasetti and Nick Lupi.Cal 0627 Italian 4 Among the hundreds of gusts who attended the 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, were 50-year association member Darryl Raymaker , Q.C. and Cos Gabriele.Cal 0627 Italian 6  The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti was an SRO success and was attended by more than 800 gentlemen. Marcie Lynn (left) and Sunday Lynne were kept busy selling raffle tickets this night.062215-Cal_0627_Italian_5.JPG-Cal_0627_Italian_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Italian 1 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was philanthropic, tons of fun-and 'healthy' in that the Prostate Cancer Centre Man Van was there to provide free PSA testing. Pictured, from left, are Bonnie Ball, Debra Guillet, Andrew Abbott, Shannon Gorham and Marci Hansen.Cal 0627 Italian 2 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was an SRO success and was attended by 800 guests. Pictured are association president Domenic Venturo, Q.C. with past president Serafiino Scarpino.Cal 0627 Italian 3 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, was an SRO success and was attended by 800 guests. Pictured, from left, are new association directors Louis Bontorin, Remo Cardone, Carlo Plava, Randal Blasetti and Nick Lupi.Cal 0627 Italian 4 Among the hundreds of gusts who attended the 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti, were 50-year association member Darryl Raymaker , Q.C. and Cos Gabriele.Cal 0627 Italian 6 The 53rd Calgary Italian Sportsmen's Dinner, held June 4 featuring guest of honour and keynote speaker Mario Andretti was an SRO success and was attended by more than 800 gentlemen. Marcie Lynn (left) and Sunday Lynne were kept busy selling raffle tickets this night.

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    Our beloved Calgary Zoo is much more than simply a fabulous place to take the family on a Sunday afternoon. Fond indeed are my memories as a young child climbing Dinny the Dinosaur and terrorizing the peacocks. But did you know that the Calgary Zoo is among the world’s leaders in wildlife conservation? It’s  focus […]

    062215-Cal_0627_Tusks_3JPG.JPG-Cal_0627_Tusks_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Tusks 1 Lovers of our beloved zoo and all things conservationist attended Tusks & Tails June 11 held on the grounds at the zoo.   Pictured  are guests Joanna and Fotis Kalantzis.Cal 0627 Tusks 2 The annual  Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo is a must attend event. Pictured at this year's gala, held June 11on the grounds at the zoo are, from left, Calgary Zoo' Lindsey Galloway with zoo board member and Bowen Workforce founder Shannon Bowen-Smed and her husband Oasis Spa's Peter Smed.Cal 0627 Tusks 4 Among the several hundred guests who attended Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo were Keyera Energy  president and CEO David Smith and his wife Betty Smith with the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute.Cal 0627 Tusks 5 All smiles at  Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo are zoo president Dr. Clement Lanthier and his wife Anne Marie Page.Cal 0627 Tusks 6 Looking fabulous at  Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo are avid zoo supporters McCarthy Tetrault's Greg Turnbull, Q.C. and his wife Shirley.Cal 0627 Tusks 7 Among the select group of several hundred guests in attendance at Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo were committee members Don and Cathie Archibald.Cal 0627 Tusks 8 Nexen CNOOC president and CEO Fang Zhi and his wife Chunlan Li were among the dignitaries in attendance at  Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo.Cal 0627 Tusks 9   Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success thanks to presenting sponsor Dow. Pictured is Deborah Stephens, president of Dow Chemical Canada and a new member of the zoo's board of trustees.Cal 0627 Tusks 10   Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured at the must-attend event are gala co-chairs Gord Olsen and his wife Martine Beaupre.Cal 0627 Tusks 11   Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured at the must-attend event are keynote speaker this night Dr. Axel Moehrenschlager with avid zoo supporter and philanthropist Andrea Brussa.Cal 0627 Tusks 12 Plains Midstream's Dave Duckett and his wife Sheila pictured at    Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo.Cal 0627 Tusks 13  Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured are invaluable sponsors Calgary Jewellery's Jonathan Florence (left) and his father Bernard Florence (right) with Bucci Developments' Alex Klassen and ENABIL president Carol Burch.062215-Cal_0627_Tusks_3JPG.JPG-Cal_0627_Tusks_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0627 Tusks 1 Lovers of our beloved zoo and all things conservationist attended Tusks & Tails June 11 held on the grounds at the zoo. Pictured are guests Joanna and Fotis Kalantzis.Cal 0627 Tusks 2 The annual Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo is a must attend event. Pictured at this year's gala, held June 11on the grounds at the zoo are, from left, Calgary Zoo' Lindsey Galloway with zoo board member and Bowen Workforce founder Shannon Bowen-Smed and her husband Oasis Spa's Peter Smed.Cal 0627 Tusks 4 Among the several hundred guests who attended Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo were Keyera Energy president and CEO David Smith and his wife Betty Smith with the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute.Cal 0627 Tusks 5 All smiles at Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo are zoo president Dr. Clement Lanthier and his wife Anne Marie Page.Cal 0627 Tusks 6 Looking fabulous at Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo are avid zoo supporters McCarthy Tetrault's Greg Turnbull, Q.C. and his wife Shirley.Cal 0627 Tusks 7 Among the select group of several hundred guests in attendance at Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo were committee members Don and Cathie Archibald.Cal 0627 Tusks 8 Nexen CNOOC president and CEO Fang Zhi and his wife Chunlan Li were among the dignitaries in attendance at Tusks & Tails gala in support of our beloved zoo.Cal 0627 Tusks 9 Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success thanks to presenting sponsor Dow. Pictured is Deborah Stephens, president of Dow Chemical Canada and a new member of the zoo's board of trustees.Cal 0627 Tusks 10 Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured at the must-attend event are gala co-chairs Gord Olsen and his wife Martine Beaupre.Cal 0627 Tusks 11 Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured at the must-attend event are keynote speaker this night Dr. Axel Moehrenschlager with avid zoo supporter and philanthropist Andrea Brussa.Cal 0627 Tusks 12 Plains Midstream's Dave Duckett and his wife Sheila pictured at Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo.Cal 0627 Tusks 13 Tusks & Tails gala held June 11 in support of our beloved zoo was a resounding success. Pictured are invaluable sponsors Calgary Jewellery's Jonathan Florence (left) and his father Bernard Florence (right) with Bucci Developments' Alex Klassen and ENABIL president Carol Burch.

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    It’s a rare sight indeed seeing your faithful social scribe showered, shaved and dressed-note pad and camera at the ready- at 5 a.m. Sure, you might catch a glimpse of yours truly heading home after an evening of myriad events, but to witness this rare sighting at 5 a.m. is akin to spotting a Yeti.  […]

    063015-Cal0704_bridge_4.JPG-Cal0704_bridge_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 bridge 1 Pictured, from left, at the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held  on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 are Bill Borger, Jamie Rasmussen, Lesley Conway and Scott Hutcheson. More than 200 guests paid $1000 each to enjoy the wondrous morning that raised funds for our beloved military and their families.Cal 0704 bridge 2  Pictured, from left, at the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held  on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 are Graham O'Connor and Ken King. More than 200 guests paid $1000 each to enjoy the wondrous morning that raised funds for our beloved military and their families and salute the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Holland from German occupation.Cal 0704 bridge 3  The second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held  on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 raised funds for our beloved military and their families through the Calgary Military Family Resource Centre. This day also marked  the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Holland from German occupation.  Pictured, from left, are Leol Eppo van Weelderen, Dutch Consul Irene Bakker, Lt. Col.  Christa Oppers-Beumer, Defense Attache, Ottawa and Peer Oppers.Cal 0704 bridge 5 Picture perfect weather ensure the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held  on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 was an enormous success. More than 200 people paid $1000 each for the experience which raised funds for our beloved military and their families through the Calgary Military Family Resource Centre.Cal 0704 bridge 6 Highlights of the  second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 were numerous including the first-time performance of a song written by Jake Matthews about PTSD.063015-Cal0704_bridge_4.JPG-Cal0704_bridge_4-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 bridge 1 Pictured, from left, at the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 are Bill Borger, Jamie Rasmussen, Lesley Conway and Scott Hutcheson. More than 200 guests paid $1000 each to enjoy the wondrous morning that raised funds for our beloved military and their families.Cal 0704 bridge 2 Pictured, from left, at the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 are Graham O'Connor and Ken King. More than 200 guests paid $1000 each to enjoy the wondrous morning that raised funds for our beloved military and their families and salute the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Holland from German occupation.Cal 0704 bridge 3 The second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 raised funds for our beloved military and their families through the Calgary Military Family Resource Centre. This day also marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Holland from German occupation. Pictured, from left, are Leol Eppo van Weelderen, Dutch Consul Irene Bakker, Lt. Col. Christa Oppers-Beumer, Defense Attache, Ottawa and Peer Oppers.Cal 0704 bridge 5 Picture perfect weather ensure the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 was an enormous success. More than 200 people paid $1000 each for the experience which raised funds for our beloved military and their families through the Calgary Military Family Resource Centre.Cal 0704 bridge 6 Highlights of the second annual Breakfast on the Bridge held on the Peace Bridge at dawn June 20 were numerous including the first-time performance of a song written by Jake Matthews about PTSD.

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  • 07/04/15--04:00: Bikers ride for Dads
  • If the hundreds and hundreds of police-escorted motorcycles cruising Barlow Trail the morning of June 20 slightly inconvenienced you -sincerest apologies. The annual TELUS Ride For Dad took to the streets on a picture perfect morning to raise funds for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre. TELUS Ride For Dad events take place in multiple cities […]

    063015-Cal0704_biker_1.JPG-Cal0704_biker_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 biker 2 The TELUS Ride for Dad held June 20 was an enormous success and succeeded in raising more than $55,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre (PCC). Pictured, from left are event co-chair Steve Adair, renowned urologist Dr. Eric Hyndman, PCC's Linda McNaughton and event co-chair Ron Parkinson.063015-Cal0704_biker_1.JPG-Cal0704_biker_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 biker 2 The TELUS Ride for Dad held June 20 was an enormous success and succeeded in raising more than $55,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre (PCC). Pictured, from left are event co-chair Steve Adair, renowned urologist Dr. Eric Hyndman, PCC's Linda McNaughton and event co-chair Ron Parkinson.

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    There is nothing better than fashion supporting philanthropy. Hundreds of people would agree, as look at the turn out to the recent Holt Renfrew Hat Auction/Private Shopping Night held in the iconic store June 17. The second annual event raised funds for the Calgary Health Trust’s Best Beginning Program- a program designed to support pregnant […]

    063015-Cal0704_Holt_2.JPG-Cal0704_Holt_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 Holt 1 Pictured at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Holt's marketing manager Tracy Logan (left) and human resources manager Kristin McDermott.Cal 0704 Holt 3 Shaw Communications' Julie Shaw was among the hundreds of guest who attended  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17.Cal 0704 Holt 4 Pictured at  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are radio personality Dave Rutherford and his wife Lynda.Cal 0704 Holt 5 All smiles at   Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Holts' vice-president, women's wear Terence Bogan and Holt's Calgary general manager and divisional vice-president Debra Kerr.Cal 0704 Holt 6 Pictured, from left at  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Judy, Sam and Quinn Mastromonaco.Cal 0704 Holt 7 Pictured, from left at  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Heather Shaw with Shaw Communications' Jay Mehr and his wife Viviane.Cal 0704 Holt 8 Smiling for the camera at   Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are philanthropists Ann Falk (left) and Parin Meghani.Cal 0704 Holt 10 A philanthropic and fun event just wouldn't be the same were W. Brett Wilson not in attendance. Wilson was among the hundreds of guests who attended  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17.Cal 0704 Holt 9 Pictured, from left, at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are uber designers Sharon Martens, Monica Stevens, fashion blogger Casey Wagar and his mom Kerry Brennan.Cal 0704 Holt 11 A fashion show showcasing  what fashionable people will be wearing this Stampede-and summer-was but one of the highlights of  the recent  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night.Cal 0704 Holt 12 Famed restauranteur and chief Michael Noble tried his hand on the catwalk at  the recent  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night.Cal 0704 Holt 13 Pictured, from left, at  the recent  Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night are Smithbuilt's Brian Hanson, Quinn and Judy Mastromonaco and DataWrap's Norm Bogner. Judy was the successful bidder of the  cowboy hat inspired by muse Laureen Harper.063015-Cal0704_Holt_2.JPG-Cal0704_Holt_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0704 Holt 1 Pictured at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Holt's marketing manager Tracy Logan (left) and human resources manager Kristin McDermott.Cal 0704 Holt 3 Shaw Communications' Julie Shaw was among the hundreds of guest who attended Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17.Cal 0704 Holt 4 Pictured at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are radio personality Dave Rutherford and his wife Lynda.Cal 0704 Holt 5 All smiles at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Holts' vice-president, women's wear Terence Bogan and Holt's Calgary general manager and divisional vice-president Debra Kerr.Cal 0704 Holt 6 Pictured, from left at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Judy, Sam and Quinn Mastromonaco.Cal 0704 Holt 7 Pictured, from left at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are Heather Shaw with Shaw Communications' Jay Mehr and his wife Viviane.Cal 0704 Holt 8 Smiling for the camera at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are philanthropists Ann Falk (left) and Parin Meghani.Cal 0704 Holt 10 A philanthropic and fun event just wouldn't be the same were W. Brett Wilson not in attendance. Wilson was among the hundreds of guests who attended Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17.Cal 0704 Holt 9 Pictured, from left, at Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night held June 17 are uber designers Sharon Martens, Monica Stevens, fashion blogger Casey Wagar and his mom Kerry Brennan.Cal 0704 Holt 11 A fashion show showcasing what fashionable people will be wearing this Stampede-and summer-was but one of the highlights of the recent Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night.Cal 0704 Holt 12 Famed restauranteur and chief Michael Noble tried his hand on the catwalk at the recent Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night.Cal 0704 Holt 13 Pictured, from left, at the recent Holt Renfrew/Calgary Health Trust Hat Auction and Private Shopping Night are Smithbuilt's Brian Hanson, Quinn and Judy Mastromonaco and DataWrap's Norm Bogner. Judy was the successful bidder of the cowboy hat inspired by muse Laureen Harper.

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    The 2015 Calgary Stampede kicked off in high style with seemingly an endless array of receptions and parties. Sure, there are not as many events as in year’s past, but Calgarians none-the-less can always be counted upon to celebrate our Western Heritage and have fun even in the face of challenging economic times. This week […]

    070615-Cal0711_Field_2.JPG-Cal0711_Field_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0711 Hays 9 All smiles at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, U of C president emeritus Dr. Terry White and his wife Sue White.Cal 0711 Hays 8 Pictured, from left, at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, fThe Reading Foundation's Devan Kublik, The Calgary Highlanders L Col Kyle Clapperton and Patti O'Connor.Cal 0711 Field 5 Having a great time at   Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club are Field's Miles Atkinson, Q.C.  and his wife Rosemary.Cal 0711 Ale 2  Pictured at the  third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2 is proprietor  Geoff Allan. The fab fundraiser raised $8500 through the sale of pints of the special brew made with the secret ingredient of bull testicles.Cal 0711 Hays 7 Looking smart at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, from left Mike Vigneault, Dave Morse, Cdr. Julian Elbourne, Fleet Cdr. Buck Zwick and Executive Officer Jake French. This year marks HMCS Calgary's 20th anniversary.Cal 0711 Field 3 Alberta Ballet board chair Dawn McDonald and her husband Grant Bartlett were among the several hundred guests in attendance at Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club.Cal 0711 Hays 6 Pictured, from left, at  the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are Calgary Stampede director Teri McKinnon, Federal Minister Jason Kenney, breakfast co-host Rob Peters and Mayor Naheed Nenshi.Cal 0711 Consul 8 Hosts with the most, Peter Kujawinski, Consul General of the United States of America accredited to Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories and his wife Nancy pictured at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.Cal 0711 Ale 4 Hotel Arts' Fraser Abbott (left) and Mark Wilson joined in on the fun at the  third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2.Cal 0711 Hays 5 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, were columnist Catherine Ford (left) and Making Treaty 7's Michele Stanners.Cal 0711 Consul 1 Picture perfect weather ensured the  239th anniversary of American independence was celebrated in style as a select group of guests gathered at the home of Peter Kujawinski, Consul General of the United States of America accredited to Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories and his wife Nancy. Among those in attendance were Spotlite Productions' Matt Embry (left) and Minahs Brewery's Ravinder Minhas.Cal 0711 Hays 4 Pictured at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are Ann McCaig and Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair.Cal 0711 Consul 2 U of C president Dr. Elizabeth Cannon and Alberta Minister of Finance Joe Ceci were among the VIP's in attendance at the  239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.Cal 0711 Ale 3  Pictured at the  third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2 is Village Brewery's Jim Button.  The fab fundraiser raised $8500 through the sale of pints of Village Brewery's  special brew made with the secret ingredient of bull testicles.Cal 0711 Consul 3 Pictured, from left, at the  239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence are Craig Watt, Special Representative, Alberta Energy Office of the Deputy Minister, his wife Lauren Andre with Unbridle and Gran Sprague, Alberta Deputy Energy Minister.Cal 0711 Hays 3 Pictured at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, Heritage Park president and CEO Alida Visbach with breakfast co-host Dan Hays. The annual breakfast is the place to see and be seen.Cal 0711 Hays 2 Pictured from left at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, Maria Wilhelm with Gordon and Marion Dixon.Cal 0711 Hays 1 Among the hundreds upon hundreds of guests in attendance at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, from left, Gary Mar and his wife Nancy with Jim Peplinski. When asked what's next career-wise, Mar quipped 070615-Cal0711_Field_2.JPG-Cal0711_Field_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0711 Hays 9 All smiles at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, U of C president emeritus Dr. Terry White and his wife Sue White.Cal 0711 Hays 8 Pictured, from left, at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, fThe Reading Foundation's Devan Kublik, The Calgary Highlanders L Col Kyle Clapperton and Patti O'Connor.Cal 0711 Field 5 Having a great time at Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club are Field's Miles Atkinson, Q.C. and his wife Rosemary.Cal 0711 Ale 2 Pictured at the third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2 is proprietor Geoff Allan. The fab fundraiser raised $8500 through the sale of pints of the special brew made with the secret ingredient of bull testicles.Cal 0711 Hays 7 Looking smart at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are, from left Mike Vigneault, Dave Morse, Cdr. Julian Elbourne, Fleet Cdr. Buck Zwick and Executive Officer Jake French. This year marks HMCS Calgary's 20th anniversary.Cal 0711 Field 3 Alberta Ballet board chair Dawn McDonald and her husband Grant Bartlett were among the several hundred guests in attendance at Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club.Cal 0711 Hays 6 Pictured, from left, at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, are Calgary Stampede director Teri McKinnon, Federal Minister Jason Kenney, breakfast co-host Rob Peters and Mayor Naheed Nenshi.Cal 0711 Consul 8 Hosts with the most, Peter Kujawinski, Consul General of the United States of America accredited to Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories and his wife Nancy pictured at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.Cal 0711 Ale 4 Hotel Arts' Fraser Abbott (left) and Mark Wilson joined in on the fun at the third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2.Cal 0711 Hays 5 Among the hundreds of guests in attendance at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park, were columnist Catherine Ford (left) and Making Treaty 7's Michele Stanners.Cal 0711 Consul 1 Picture perfect weather ensured the 239th anniversary of American independence was celebrated in style as a select group of guests gathered at the home of Peter Kujawinski, Consul General of the United States of America accredited to Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories and his wife Nancy. Among those in attendance were Spotlite Productions' Matt Embry (left) and Minahs Brewery's Ravinder Minhas.Cal 0711 Hays 4 Pictured at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are Ann McCaig and Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair.Cal 0711 Consul 2 U of C president Dr. Elizabeth Cannon and Alberta Minister of Finance Joe Ceci were among the VIP's in attendance at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.Cal 0711 Ale 3 Pictured at the third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2 is Village Brewery's Jim Button. The fab fundraiser raised $8500 through the sale of pints of Village Brewery's special brew made with the secret ingredient of bull testicles.Cal 0711 Consul 3 Pictured, from left, at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence are Craig Watt, Special Representative, Alberta Energy Office of the Deputy Minister, his wife Lauren Andre with Unbridle and Gran Sprague, Alberta Deputy Energy Minister.Cal 0711 Hays 3 Pictured at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, Heritage Park president and CEO Alida Visbach with breakfast co-host Dan Hays. The annual breakfast is the place to see and be seen.Cal 0711 Hays 2 Pictured from left at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, Maria Wilhelm with Gordon and Marion Dixon.Cal 0711 Hays 1 Among the hundreds upon hundreds of guests in attendance at the annual Hay's Breakfast, held July 5 at Heritage Park are, from left, Gary Mar and his wife Nancy with Jim Peplinski. When asked what's next career-wise, Mar quipped "I'm opening a coffee shop called Has Beens".Cal 0711 Field 4 Pictured at Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club are Field managing partner Jim Casey, Q.C. and Field partner Doreen Sanderson. The fete was not only fun but philanthropic as well with $50,000 being donated to RESOLVE.Cal 0711 Field 2 Pictured, from left, at Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club are Heart & Stroke Foundation CEO David Sculthorpe, Tourism Calgary CEO Cindy Ady and Tourism Calgary board chair Rod McKay.Cal 0711 Field 1 Field Law's annual Stampede bash-held July 2 at the Ranchmen's Club was not only a ton of fun but philanthropic as well as $50,000 was donated to RESOLVE. Pictured, from left, are West Canadian's Irene Price, Downtown BRZ's Maggie Schofield, Bucars RV's Bill Redmond and his wife Maggie and West Canadian's George Brookman.Cal 0711 Ale 1 For those who enjoy a brew with an unusual taste, the third annual Nut-Ale Fundraiser in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre proved just the ticket. Pictured at the event held at Bottlescrew Bill's July 2 are, from left, ATB Financial's Dan Allen, Terry Andryo, Tara Tanchak, Judy Duncan, Steve Janz and Sara Grimson.Cal 0711 Consul 7 Federal Minister of National Defence and Minister for Multiculturalism Jason Kenney was among the dignitaries in attendance at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence. Joining Kenney is Lt. Cmdr. Joe Banke.Cal 0711 Consul 6 Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci joins United Way's Lucy Miller (left) and Karen Young at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.Cal 0711 Consul 5 Pictured with Mayor Nenshi at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence are legendary philanthropist and community leader Ann McCaig (left) with Calgary Stampede vice-president Sarah Hayes.Cal 0711 Consul 4 Mayo Schmidt and Zahara al-Harazi were among the several hundred guests in attendance at the 239th anniversary of American independence celebration held July 2 at the US Consul residence.

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    The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary, established in 1966, promotes students’ facility in the use of the spoken and written word emphasizing oratorical and communication skills as exemplified by the debates, speeches and writings of Sir Winston Spencer Churchill and in so doing commemorate his leadership and achievement. The society’s annual dinner has featured […]

    072015-Cal0724_Winston_5.JPG-Cal0724_Winston_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Winston 1  Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are TransCanada Pipeline general counsel and executive vice-president Kristine Delkus, society board member Sam Armstrong, School of Public Policy's Ted Morton and his wife Bambi Morton.Cal 0724 Winston 2  Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are society president Steven Robertson with Valerie and Randall Iversen. The keynote speaker this year was Emma Soames, granddaughter of Sir Winston.Cal 0724 Winston 3  Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are piper Anthony Hampton, Pat Forigo and her husband past society president Justice J.D. Bruce McDonald. The keynote speaker this year was Emma Soames, granddaughter of Sir Winston.Cal 0724 Winston 4 Looking smart in their formal military dress at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are, from left, Lt. Col. Ross Wickware, commanding officer, King's Own  Calgary Regiment,  Capt. W.H. Wilson, Royal Canadian Navy (Reserve) (Ret'd) and Calgary Highlanders deputy commanding officer Maj. Simon Cox.Cal 0724 Winston 6  The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet salutes students with outstanding oratorical and communications skills as exemplified by the debates, speeches and writings of Sir Winston. Pictured, from left, are debate coach Ramona Boyle with debate winners Ian Chang and Chizom Wali from Webber Academy. At right is award presenter, Calgary Herald editor Lorne Motley.072015-Cal0724_Winston_5.JPG-Cal0724_Winston_5-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Winston 1 Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are TransCanada Pipeline general counsel and executive vice-president Kristine Delkus, society board member Sam Armstrong, School of Public Policy's Ted Morton and his wife Bambi Morton.Cal 0724 Winston 2 Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are society president Steven Robertson with Valerie and Randall Iversen. The keynote speaker this year was Emma Soames, granddaughter of Sir Winston.Cal 0724 Winston 3 Pictured, from left, at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are piper Anthony Hampton, Pat Forigo and her husband past society president Justice J.D. Bruce McDonald. The keynote speaker this year was Emma Soames, granddaughter of Sir Winston.Cal 0724 Winston 4 Looking smart in their formal military dress at the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet are, from left, Lt. Col. Ross Wickware, commanding officer, King's Own Calgary Regiment, Capt. W.H. Wilson, Royal Canadian Navy (Reserve) (Ret'd) and Calgary Highlanders deputy commanding officer Maj. Simon Cox.Cal 0724 Winston 6 The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary 49th Annual Memorial Banquet salutes students with outstanding oratorical and communications skills as exemplified by the debates, speeches and writings of Sir Winston. Pictured, from left, are debate coach Ramona Boyle with debate winners Ian Chang and Chizom Wali from Webber Academy. At right is award presenter, Calgary Herald editor Lorne Motley.

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    It’s oft said, if a little is good, a lot is better. So here’s a look at a super Stampede party that was not featured last week due to space considerations. The 18th annual Scott Land STOMP, held at the Wildhorse Saloon was attended by more than 600 guests. Scott Land and Lease has been […]

    072015-Cal_1724_Stomp_3.jpg-Cal_0725_Stomp_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Stomp 1 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Scott Land STOMP are  Murielle Montsion, ARC Resources Ltd., Kim Morton, Lightstream Resources Ltd., Craig Williamson, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp., Cuc Dang, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp., and Patricia Montsion-Dubrule, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp. The festive fete raised $24,230 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre.Cal 0724 Stomp 2 Pictured at the 2015 Scott Land STOMP are Boardwalk REIT Properties & Holdings' Michael Guyette (left) and   Lorenzo Bellucsi.Cal 0724 Stomp 4 Pictured, from left, at the  2015 Scott Land STOMP are Ruth Cross, Sifton Petroleum Inc., Greg Strachan, Nexen Energy ULC and Helen Klein, Polar Star Canadian Oil and Gas, Inc.Cal 0724 Stomp 5 Among the hundreds of guests who attended the 2015 Scott Land STOMP were Vish Saini, Harvest Operations Corp. and Scott Land & Lease's Bryan Edstrom.072015-Cal_1724_Stomp_3.jpg-Cal_0725_Stomp_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Stomp 1 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Scott Land STOMP are Murielle Montsion, ARC Resources Ltd., Kim Morton, Lightstream Resources Ltd., Craig Williamson, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp., Cuc Dang, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp., and Patricia Montsion-Dubrule, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp. The festive fete raised $24,230 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre.Cal 0724 Stomp 2 Pictured at the 2015 Scott Land STOMP are Boardwalk REIT Properties & Holdings' Michael Guyette (left) and Lorenzo Bellucsi.Cal 0724 Stomp 4 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Scott Land STOMP are Ruth Cross, Sifton Petroleum Inc., Greg Strachan, Nexen Energy ULC and Helen Klein, Polar Star Canadian Oil and Gas, Inc.Cal 0724 Stomp 5 Among the hundreds of guests who attended the 2015 Scott Land STOMP were Vish Saini, Harvest Operations Corp. and Scott Land & Lease's Bryan Edstrom.

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    To raise more than $1 million through a golf tournament is nothing short of astounding. These days, such phenomenal success is a rarity indeed.  Yet the Calgary Health Trust’s second annual Rockyview Invitational, held June 22 with a pre-tournament reception held June 20 at Barcelona Tavern, did just that. Readers may recall last year’s tournie […]

    072015-Cal0724_Rockyview_1.JPG-Cal0724_Rockyview_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Rockyview 3  The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational raised more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital.  Such phenomenal success was due to invaluable support from sponsors. Pictured at the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are, from left,  Crowfoot Liquor's Don, Kathy, D.J., Suzanne and Bob Richardson.Cal 0724 Rockyview 2 The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational saw the 'patch' and homebuilders join forces to raise more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital. Pictured at the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are, from left, Candiss Bengert, Joyce Gillespie, David Bengert and Ebony Lewis.Cal 0724 Rockyview 4  The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational raised more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital.  Such phenomenal success is thanks in large part to presenters Plains Midstream Canada (Dave Duckett) and Jayman Built (Jay Westman). Pictured at  the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are the gents'  better halfs Karen Westman (left) and Sheila Duckett.Cal 0724 Rockyview 6 Pictured, from left, at   the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational  pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan (left) and Jill Olynyk.Cal 0724 Rockyview 10 Pictured with a million reasons to smile at the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational held at Priddis are, from left, tournament co-chair Jay Westman, Calgary Health Trust board chair Ann McCaig, tournament co-chair Dave Duckett and Rockyview General Hospital's Nancy Guebert. More than $1 million was raised for the Rockyview.Cal 0724 Rockyview 9  The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational held at Priddis was an enormous success raising more than $1 million for the Rockyview General Hospital. Such success is only possible thanks to incredible sponsors and volunteer committee members. Pictured, from left, are volunteers Deb Baker, Careen Chrusch, and Megan StarkeCal 0724 Rockyview 8 Among the teams having a wonderful day on the links at Priddis at  the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational were, from left Bryan Pinney, Joel Teal, Scott Weiler and Stu Craven.Cal 0724 Rockyview 7 Glorious weather ensured the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational was an enormous success and raised more than $1 million for the Rockyview General Hospital. That half a million dollars towards the purchase of a new Jayman home was a hole-in-one prize ensured golfers were at their best-even though no one won the coveted prize.Cal 0724 Rockyview 5 Pictured, from left, at   the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational  pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are invaluable supporters Marc Staniloff, Tony Dilawri and his wife Ellen and Deb Staniloff.072015-Cal0724_Rockyview_1.JPG-Cal0724_Rockyview_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0724 Rockyview 3 The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational raised more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital. Such phenomenal success was due to invaluable support from sponsors. Pictured at the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are, from left, Crowfoot Liquor's Don, Kathy, D.J., Suzanne and Bob Richardson.Cal 0724 Rockyview 2 The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational saw the 'patch' and homebuilders join forces to raise more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital. Pictured at the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are, from left, Candiss Bengert, Joyce Gillespie, David Bengert and Ebony Lewis.Cal 0724 Rockyview 4 The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational raised more than $1 million for programs and services at the Rockyview General Hospital. Such phenomenal success is thanks in large part to presenters Plains Midstream Canada (Dave Duckett) and Jayman Built (Jay Westman). Pictured at the pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are the gents' better halfs Karen Westman (left) and Sheila Duckett.Cal 0724 Rockyview 6 Pictured, from left, at the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are Calgary Health Trust's Samantha Morahan (left) and Jill Olynyk.Cal 0724 Rockyview 10 Pictured with a million reasons to smile at the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational held at Priddis are, from left, tournament co-chair Jay Westman, Calgary Health Trust board chair Ann McCaig, tournament co-chair Dave Duckett and Rockyview General Hospital's Nancy Guebert. More than $1 million was raised for the Rockyview.Cal 0724 Rockyview 9 The 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational held at Priddis was an enormous success raising more than $1 million for the Rockyview General Hospital. Such success is only possible thanks to incredible sponsors and volunteer committee members. Pictured, from left, are volunteers Deb Baker, Careen Chrusch, and Megan StarkeCal 0724 Rockyview 8 Among the teams having a wonderful day on the links at Priddis at the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational were, from left Bryan Pinney, Joel Teal, Scott Weiler and Stu Craven.Cal 0724 Rockyview 7 Glorious weather ensured the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational was an enormous success and raised more than $1 million for the Rockyview General Hospital. That half a million dollars towards the purchase of a new Jayman home was a hole-in-one prize ensured golfers were at their best-even though no one won the coveted prize.Cal 0724 Rockyview 5 Pictured, from left, at the 2nd annual Rockyview Invitational pre- tournament reception held at Barcelona are invaluable supporters Marc Staniloff, Tony Dilawri and his wife Ellen and Deb Staniloff.

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    The recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner saluted those in our community who strive to make Calgary the best city on earth in which to live. From home building and land brokering, to restaurants and clothing retail, the list of those honoured this year reads like a who is who in myriad industries. Several hundred […]

    072715-Cal_0801_Leader_2.JPG-Cal_0801_Leader_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0801 Leader 1 Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held recently at the Metropolitan Centre was attended by a veritable who is who. Pictured is honouree Barclay Street Real Estate president David Wallach and his wife, internationally renowned artist Zohar Wallach.Cal 0801 Leader 3 Among those honoured at the recent  Business in Calgary Leaders dinner were Sharp Insurance's Sherif Gemayel. Joining Gemayel is his proud wife Mariam.Cal 0801 Leader 4 Among those honoured at the recent  Business in Calgary Leaders dinner were Heritage Pointe Properties president and CEO Carol Oxtoby. Joining Oxtoby is her proud husband Doug Howland.Cal 0801 Leader 5 An event is always better when emceed by Dave Kelly and the recent  Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre was tops indeed. Joining Kelly (left) is Business in Calgary publisher Pat Ottmann.Cal 0801 Leader 6  The recent  Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre honoured those who make Calgary the fantastic city it is. Pictured with honouree Bill McCaffrey, president and CEO, MEG Energy are, from left, Tamara Francis, Dr. Jackie Ottmann and Evelyn Dehner.Cal 0801 Leader 7  The recent  Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre honoured those who make Calgary the fantastic city it is. Pictured . from left,  representing gold dinner sponsor HRIA are Geoffrey Person, Janice MacPherson and HRIA CEO Chris McNelly.072715-Cal_0801_Leader_2.JPG-Cal_0801_Leader_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0801 Leader 1 Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held recently at the Metropolitan Centre was attended by a veritable who is who. Pictured is honouree Barclay Street Real Estate president David Wallach and his wife, internationally renowned artist Zohar Wallach.Cal 0801 Leader 3 Among those honoured at the recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner were Sharp Insurance's Sherif Gemayel. Joining Gemayel is his proud wife Mariam.Cal 0801 Leader 4 Among those honoured at the recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner were Heritage Pointe Properties president and CEO Carol Oxtoby. Joining Oxtoby is her proud husband Doug Howland.Cal 0801 Leader 5 An event is always better when emceed by Dave Kelly and the recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre was tops indeed. Joining Kelly (left) is Business in Calgary publisher Pat Ottmann.Cal 0801 Leader 6 The recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre honoured those who make Calgary the fantastic city it is. Pictured with honouree Bill McCaffrey, president and CEO, MEG Energy are, from left, Tamara Francis, Dr. Jackie Ottmann and Evelyn Dehner.Cal 0801 Leader 7 The recent Business in Calgary Leaders dinner held at the Metropolitan Centre honoured those who make Calgary the fantastic city it is. Pictured . from left, representing gold dinner sponsor HRIA are Geoffrey Person, Janice MacPherson and HRIA CEO Chris McNelly.

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    Jason Kenney, Canada’s Minister of National Defence and Minister for Multiculturalism, delivered the keynote address recently as Jewish National Fund (JNF) Calgary honoured long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price at the 2015 Calgary JNF Negev Gala. Kenney’s powerful address garnered a lengthy standing ovation. “We were most honoured that Mr. Kenney […]

    072715-Cal_0801_Negev_2.jpg-Cal_0801_Negev_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0801 Negev 1   The Honourable Jason Kenney, Canada's Minister of National Defence and Minister for Multiculturalism, delivered the keynote address recently as Jewish National Fund Calgary honoured long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price at the 2015 Calgary JNF Negev Gala.Cal 0801 Negev 3   Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Elizabeth Shemin, Dr. Joel Price, Beth Price, Dr. Lorne Price, Dr. Elissa Price-Amans, Dr. Matthew Amans, Jonathan Price and  Carli PriceCal 0801 Negev 4  Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are chairs and honorary chairs Nathan Feldman, Phil Libin, Harriett Libin, Beth Price, Dr. Lorne Price, Sydney Cyngiser, Gordon Hoffman, (seated) Naida Feldman, Eva Hoffman and Bronia Cyngiser. Missing from the picture are missing from picture Nechama and Meir Weis, Jenny and Hy Belzberg.Cal 0801 Negev 5  Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Aaron Bickman,  president JNF Calgary, Dr. Sharon Marcovitz-Hart, past president JNF Canada, Sharon Lehrer JNF Canada, Beth Price, Sandra Fayerman, executive director JNF Calgary, Avi Dickstein executive director resources development division KKL,  seated Josh Cooper CEO JNF Canada and Dr. Lorne Price.Cal 0801 Negev 6  Pictured  at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Dr. Joseph Levy  and 2014 Negev honouree Marilyn Libin.Cal 0801 Negev 8  Pictured  at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price is Paula Price proud mother of Dr. Lorne Price.Cal 0801 Negev 7  Pictured  at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala are Rabbi Shaul Osadchey and Dan Balaban, first vice-president, JNF Canada.072715-Cal_0801_Negev_2.jpg-Cal_0801_Negev_2-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0801 Negev 1 The Honourable Jason Kenney, Canada's Minister of National Defence and Minister for Multiculturalism, delivered the keynote address recently as Jewish National Fund Calgary honoured long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price at the 2015 Calgary JNF Negev Gala.Cal 0801 Negev 3 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Elizabeth Shemin, Dr. Joel Price, Beth Price, Dr. Lorne Price, Dr. Elissa Price-Amans, Dr. Matthew Amans, Jonathan Price and Carli PriceCal 0801 Negev 4 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are chairs and honorary chairs Nathan Feldman, Phil Libin, Harriett Libin, Beth Price, Dr. Lorne Price, Sydney Cyngiser, Gordon Hoffman, (seated) Naida Feldman, Eva Hoffman and Bronia Cyngiser. Missing from the picture are missing from picture Nechama and Meir Weis, Jenny and Hy Belzberg.Cal 0801 Negev 5 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Aaron Bickman, president JNF Calgary, Dr. Sharon Marcovitz-Hart, past president JNF Canada, Sharon Lehrer JNF Canada, Beth Price, Sandra Fayerman, executive director JNF Calgary, Avi Dickstein executive director resources development division KKL, seated Josh Cooper CEO JNF Canada and Dr. Lorne Price.Cal 0801 Negev 6 Pictured at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price are Dr. Joseph Levy and 2014 Negev honouree Marilyn Libin.Cal 0801 Negev 8 Pictured at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala honouring long-time community volunteers and philanthropists Dr. Lorne and Beth Price is Paula Price proud mother of Dr. Lorne Price.Cal 0801 Negev 7 Pictured at the 2015 Calgary Jewish National Fund (JNF) Negev Gala are Rabbi Shaul Osadchey and Dan Balaban, first vice-president, JNF Canada.

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    Calgary Opera’s Opera in the Village has experienced it all. From floods and rain, to hail and glacial temperatures, the must-attend annual festival has historically gone head to head with Mother Nature. And this year’s premiere of The Mikado, held Aug 13, saw temperatures soar to a record-setting 35 degrees. But as Calgary Opera General […]

    081715-Cal0822_Mikado_1.JPG-Cal0822_Mikado_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0822 Mikado 2 What would a celebration of Gilbert and Sullivan's farcical operetta The Mikado be without sake? Pictured at the opening night reception of Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village Aug 13 are Sake Gami's Toshiki Uehara (left) and Yasuhiro Washiyama.Cal 0822 Mikado 3 Among the select group of guests in attendance at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village The Mikado premiere held Aug 13 were Calgary Herald's Dan Healing and his wife Wendy Healing.Cal 0822 Mikado 4 Pictured at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are MRU Conservatory's Kathy Dornian and her husband Paul Dornian, Calgary Philharmonic president and CEO Paul Dornian. The Mikado runs through tonight, Aug 22 in East Village.Cal 0822 Mikado 5 Pictured, from left, at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are Calgary Economic Development president and CEO Mary Moran, Alberta Film Commissioner Luke Azevedo and Arthur Hunter's Sharie Hunter.Cal 0822 Mikado 6 Pictured, from left, at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are opera supporter Tony Jeglum, Mayor Nenshi's Chief of Staff Chima Nkemdirim and Calgary Economic Development's Court Ellingson.Cal 0822 Mikado 7 Among the select group of guests in attendance at Calgary Opera's VIP reception for Opera in the Village's The Mikado Aug 13 are, from left, Calgary Opera board chair Evan Hazell, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) president and CEO Michael Brown, Larry Clausen, Cohn & Wolfe West executive vice-president and chairman of the Annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit and CMLC board chair Lyle Edwards.Cal 0822 Mikado 8 All smiles at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premeire of The Mikado are Enbridge's D'Arcy Levesque (left) and Calgary Opera General Director and CEO Bob McPhee.Cal 0822 Mikado 9 All smiles at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado are, from left, avid arts supporter Claire Huffaker and her husband Imperial Oil Foundation president Tom Huffaker with Treaty 7's Michele Stanners. The Imperial presented operetta runs through Aug 22.081715-Cal0822_Mikado_1.JPG-Cal0822_Mikado_1-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0822 Mikado 2 What would a celebration of Gilbert and Sullivan's farcical operetta The Mikado be without sake? Pictured at the opening night reception of Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village Aug 13 are Sake Gami's Toshiki Uehara (left) and Yasuhiro Washiyama.Cal 0822 Mikado 3 Among the select group of guests in attendance at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village The Mikado premiere held Aug 13 were Calgary Herald's Dan Healing and his wife Wendy Healing.Cal 0822 Mikado 4 Pictured at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are MRU Conservatory's Kathy Dornian and her husband Paul Dornian, Calgary Philharmonic president and CEO Paul Dornian. The Mikado runs through tonight, Aug 22 in East Village.Cal 0822 Mikado 5 Pictured, from left, at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are Calgary Economic Development president and CEO Mary Moran, Alberta Film Commissioner Luke Azevedo and Arthur Hunter's Sharie Hunter.Cal 0822 Mikado 6 Pictured, from left, at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado Aug 13 are opera supporter Tony Jeglum, Mayor Nenshi's Chief of Staff Chima Nkemdirim and Calgary Economic Development's Court Ellingson.Cal 0822 Mikado 7 Among the select group of guests in attendance at Calgary Opera's VIP reception for Opera in the Village's The Mikado Aug 13 are, from left, Calgary Opera board chair Evan Hazell, Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) president and CEO Michael Brown, Larry Clausen, Cohn & Wolfe West executive vice-president and chairman of the Annual Bill Brooks Prostate Cancer Benefit and CMLC board chair Lyle Edwards.Cal 0822 Mikado 8 All smiles at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premeire of The Mikado are Enbridge's D'Arcy Levesque (left) and Calgary Opera General Director and CEO Bob McPhee.Cal 0822 Mikado 9 All smiles at Calgary Opera's Opera in the Village premiere of The Mikado are, from left, avid arts supporter Claire Huffaker and her husband Imperial Oil Foundation president Tom Huffaker with Treaty 7's Michele Stanners. The Imperial presented operetta runs through Aug 22.

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    With one in seven men  developing prostate cancer in their lifetime, it is more important than ever for men to take charge of their own prostate health. This includes regular PSA testing once you reach 40 years of age. That, and seeing your family doc annually. Should the dreaded news “you have prostate cancer’ arrive, […]

    081715-Cal0822_Priddis_3.JPG-Cal0822_Priddis_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0822 Priddis 1 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre are Shane Homes' Cal Wenzel, Heritage Pointe's Carolina Oxtoby and Dave Munro. The terrific tourney raised an impressive $395,000 for the centre.Cal 0822 Priddis 2 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre raised an impressive $395,000 thanks to sponsors, golfers and donors of auction items. Pictured with a canvas painted especially for the auction is artist Chris Tutty with Executive Elite Marketing's Emmilene Zak.Cal 0822 Priddis 5 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success and raised $395,000 for the centre. Pictured at the tournament gala registration held Aug 11 are Priddis Greens Head Golf Professional Ron Laugher (left) and food and beverage manager Patrick Lalande.Cal 0822 Priddis 6 All smiles at the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre are renowned urologist and centre board member Dr. Bryan Donnelly with his wife Dr. Evelyn Donnelly (left) and board member Shelley Spaner.Cal 0822 Priddis 7 Among the scores of supporters ensuring the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success were, from left, Dr. Joel Tappay, Dr. Julie Hong and Dr. Jun Kawakami.Cal 0822 Priddis 8 Among the scores of supporters ensuring the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success were, from left, Ken King and his wife Marilyn and legendary philanthropist Jay Westman.Cal 0822 Priddis 9 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success thanks to all involved. One of the tournament hot items up for grabs was a watch donated by J. Vair Anderson Jewellers. Pictured are J. Vair's Lynne Gibson (left) and Kim Keller.Cal 0822 Priddis 10 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success thanks to all involved. Pictured are invaluable sponsors Remington Development Corporation's Randy Remington and his wife Donna.Cal 0822 Priddis 4 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success and raised $395,000 for the centre. Such phenomenal success is thanks to golfers, committee members and sponsors. Pictured, from left, are Winnie Bezemer, chair of the auction committee with avid supporters Morrison Homes' Al Morrison and his wife Donna.081715-Cal0822_Priddis_3.JPG-Cal0822_Priddis_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0822 Priddis 1 Pictured, from left, at the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre are Shane Homes' Cal Wenzel, Heritage Pointe's Carolina Oxtoby and Dave Munro. The terrific tourney raised an impressive $395,000 for the centre.Cal 0822 Priddis 2 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre raised an impressive $395,000 thanks to sponsors, golfers and donors of auction items. Pictured with a canvas painted especially for the auction is artist Chris Tutty with Executive Elite Marketing's Emmilene Zak.Cal 0822 Priddis 5 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success and raised $395,000 for the centre. Pictured at the tournament gala registration held Aug 11 are Priddis Greens Head Golf Professional Ron Laugher (left) and food and beverage manager Patrick Lalande.Cal 0822 Priddis 6 All smiles at the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre are renowned urologist and centre board member Dr. Bryan Donnelly with his wife Dr. Evelyn Donnelly (left) and board member Shelley Spaner.Cal 0822 Priddis 7 Among the scores of supporters ensuring the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success were, from left, Dr. Joel Tappay, Dr. Julie Hong and Dr. Jun Kawakami.Cal 0822 Priddis 8 Among the scores of supporters ensuring the 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success were, from left, Ken King and his wife Marilyn and legendary philanthropist Jay Westman.Cal 0822 Priddis 9 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success thanks to all involved. One of the tournament hot items up for grabs was a watch donated by J. Vair Anderson Jewellers. Pictured are J. Vair's Lynne Gibson (left) and Kim Keller.Cal 0822 Priddis 10 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success thanks to all involved. Pictured are invaluable sponsors Remington Development Corporation's Randy Remington and his wife Donna.Cal 0822 Priddis 4 The 2015 Priddis Greens Charity Classic held Aug 11-13 in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre was an enormous success and raised $395,000 for the centre. Such phenomenal success is thanks to golfers, committee members and sponsors. Pictured, from left, are Winnie Bezemer, chair of the auction committee with avid supporters Morrison Homes' Al Morrison and his wife Donna.

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    Incredible. Fantastic. Wondrous. Fabulous. Unforgettable. There are perhaps not enough adjectives to describe the 36th Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held  July 24-26. Let’s just summarize by saying this was one of the best events your faithful social scribe has had the pleasure of attending and covering in my nearly 20-year history on the scene. […]

    080315-Cal_0808_Banff_Ball_3.jpg-Cal_0808_Banff_Ball_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0808 Banff Ball 1 Banff Centre Alumnus, dancer Josh Martin was but one of the amazing performers at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 2 Jazz pianist and Banff Centre alumna Laila Biali wowed the audience at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 4 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre vice-president, arts, Carolyn Warren and Dialog principal Robert Claiborne. The 36th annual was the most successful ball in history and raised $1.368 million for the Centre's Artists' Fund.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 5 Among the several hundred guests who attended the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26 were David and Margot Kitchen.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 6 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre past chair Brenda Mackie and her husband, Mackie Wealth Group director Jamie Mackie.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 7 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Shaun Ford (left) and renowned fashion designer Paul Hardy.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 8 Joining Sen. Doug Black at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are philanthropist Claudia Hilbert (left) and Black's wife Linda (right)Cal 0808 Banff Ball 10 Rick and Julie George were among the several hundred guests who attended the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 9 Pictured at at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre music program participants Alexander Malikov and Stephanie Tang.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 11 Pictured, from left, at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend are, from left, John and Bonnie Buhler from Winnipeg with Ball sponsors Sheila Wappel-McLean and her husband Brent McLean.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 12 Looking fabulously glamorous at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend are from left, Jennifer Carroll, Tara Mathison, Dr. Peter Whidden, Megan Mathison and Joanne Whidden.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 13 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising $1.348 million. Pictured with reason to smile are Banff Centre president Janice Price and her husband Ian Findlay.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 14 Having a great time at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 are, from left, IPL's Jim Madro, Dr. Farida Saher and Baker Hughes' Michael Velcic and Sean Delsnider.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 15 National Arts Centre board chair Adrian Burns and her husband Dentons' Greg Kane, Q.C. pose for the lens at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 16 Among the several hundred guests enjoying the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 were Sheila O'Gorman, Jane McCaig, Ann McCaig and Rich Waller.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 17 Pictured at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 are The River's Anne Clarke and FirstEnergy's Jim Davidson.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 18 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Pictured is Ball diamond sponsor Andrea Brussa with David Lyons.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 19 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Pictured are Banff Centre acting board chair Bob Walker and his wife Barbara. The weekend was even more memorable for the Walker's as it coincided with their 40th wedding anniversary.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 20 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Such phenomenal success would not be possible were it not for the support of sponsor RBC Capital Markets. Pictured is RBC's Jeff Boyd and his wife Michelle.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 21 The annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend would not be the fabulous event it is were it not for the performances from legendary trumpeter Jens Lindemann.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 22 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend was wonderous indeed. For many, the highlight was a surprise performance from legendary k.d. langCal 0808 Banff Ball 23 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend was the most successful in history raising $1.348 million thanks in large part to presenting sponsor Husky Energy. Pictured is Husky Energy president and CEO Asim Ghosh and his wife Sanjukta.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 24 Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice and his wife Karen were among those who attended the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 25 Barry Shaw and his band rocked the house at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26. The Barry Shaw Band had guests dancing until the wee hours.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 26 Stephen and Mary Lougheed were among the several hundred guests who took in the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 27 Jim Kinnear and Sally Elliott pose for the lens at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26. The majority of the activities throughout the weekend took place in the fabulous Kinnear Centre.080315-Cal_0808_Banff_Ball_3.jpg-Cal_0808_Banff_Ball_3-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0808 Banff Ball 1 Banff Centre Alumnus, dancer Josh Martin was but one of the amazing performers at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 2 Jazz pianist and Banff Centre alumna Laila Biali wowed the audience at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 4 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre vice-president, arts, Carolyn Warren and Dialog principal Robert Claiborne. The 36th annual was the most successful ball in history and raised $1.368 million for the Centre's Artists' Fund.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 5 Among the several hundred guests who attended the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26 were David and Margot Kitchen.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 6 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre past chair Brenda Mackie and her husband, Mackie Wealth Group director Jamie Mackie.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 7 Pictured at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Shaun Ford (left) and renowned fashion designer Paul Hardy.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 8 Joining Sen. Doug Black at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are philanthropist Claudia Hilbert (left) and Black's wife Linda (right)Cal 0808 Banff Ball 10 Rick and Julie George were among the several hundred guests who attended the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 9 Pictured at at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend Friday Night LIVE performance showcase are Banff Centre music program participants Alexander Malikov and Stephanie Tang.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 11 Pictured, from left, at the Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend are, from left, John and Bonnie Buhler from Winnipeg with Ball sponsors Sheila Wappel-McLean and her husband Brent McLean.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 12 Looking fabulously glamorous at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend are from left, Jennifer Carroll, Tara Mathison, Dr. Peter Whidden, Megan Mathison and Joanne Whidden.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 13 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising $1.348 million. Pictured with reason to smile are Banff Centre president Janice Price and her husband Ian Findlay.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 14 Having a great time at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 are, from left, IPL's Jim Madro, Dr. Farida Saher and Baker Hughes' Michael Velcic and Sean Delsnider.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 15 National Arts Centre board chair Adrian Burns and her husband Dentons' Greg Kane, Q.C. pose for the lens at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 16 Among the several hundred guests enjoying the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 were Sheila O'Gorman, Jane McCaig, Ann McCaig and Rich Waller.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 17 Pictured at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 are The River's Anne Clarke and FirstEnergy's Jim Davidson.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 18 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Pictured is Ball diamond sponsor Andrea Brussa with David Lyons.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 19 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Pictured are Banff Centre acting board chair Bob Walker and his wife Barbara. The weekend was even more memorable for the Walker's as it coincided with their 40th wedding anniversary.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 20 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend held July 24-26 was the most successful in history raising a staggering $1.348 million. Such phenomenal success would not be possible were it not for the support of sponsor RBC Capital Markets. Pictured is RBC's Jeff Boyd and his wife Michelle.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 21 The annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend would not be the fabulous event it is were it not for the performances from legendary trumpeter Jens Lindemann.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 22 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend was wonderous indeed. For many, the highlight was a surprise performance from legendary k.d. langCal 0808 Banff Ball 23 The 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend was the most successful in history raising $1.348 million thanks in large part to presenting sponsor Husky Energy. Pictured is Husky Energy president and CEO Asim Ghosh and his wife Sanjukta.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 24 Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice and his wife Karen were among those who attended the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 25 Barry Shaw and his band rocked the house at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26. The Barry Shaw Band had guests dancing until the wee hours.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 26 Stephen and Mary Lougheed were among the several hundred guests who took in the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26.Cal 0808 Banff Ball 27 Jim Kinnear and Sally Elliott pose for the lens at the 36th annual Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend July 24-26. The majority of the activities throughout the weekend took place in the fabulous Kinnear Centre.

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    Despite dire predictions as to the future of our economy, it still has been quite the season for golf tournaments. Millions of dollars have been raised for myriad charitable organizations thanks to avid golfers and sponsors. Those tournies that were more  successful this year than in year’s past owe said success in large part to […]

    083115-Cal0905_Remington_8.JPG-Cal0905_Remington_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0905 Remington 1 The Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek set a record and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre. Such incredible success is thanks to all the golfers, sponsors and the SRO raffle which featured a trip for two to Europe. Pictured, from left, at the raffle draw held June 30 at the Prostate Cancer Centre are tournament committee members Darwin Flathers, Garry Holbrook, Remington president Cody Clayton and Carl Cheverie.Cal 0905 Remington 2 Pictured at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are Prostate Cancer Centre board member and lawyer Jon Truswell with renowned urologist Dr. Eric Handyman. The SRO tournament set a record and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre.Cal 0905 Remington 3 Pictured at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are tournament co-founder Randy Magnussen and his daughter Paige Magnussen with Oxford Properties.Cal 0905 Remington 4 Picture perfect weather ensured the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek was a great success and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre. Pictured is Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club general manager Greg Andrew.Cal 0905 Remington 5 Among the scores of golfers who participated in the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek were, from left, Sterling Western Star Trucks' Cindy Clark, Calgary Auto and Truck Show general manger Jim Gillespie and Pivotal Projects regional manager Jack McGowan.Cal 0905 Remington 6 Pictured, from left, at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek, are Remington Development's Ryan Remington and Altus Group's Kyle Fletcher. The tournament has raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre since its inception.Cal 0905 Remington 10 The annual Remington Golf Classic has, since its inception 8 years ago, raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre-$420,000 this year alone. Pictured at the tournament held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are tournament founder Randy Magnussen with Prostate Centre executive director Pam Heard and renowned urologists Dr. Eric Hyndman and Dr. Bryan Donnelly.Cal 0905 Remington 9 The annual Remington Golf Classic has, since its inception 8 years ago, raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre-$420,000 this year alone. Pictured are tournament founders, the two Randy's...Magnussen (left) and Remington (right).083115-Cal0905_Remington_8.JPG-Cal0905_Remington_8-W.jpgbbrooks1Cal 0905 Remington 1 The Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek set a record and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre. Such incredible success is thanks to all the golfers, sponsors and the SRO raffle which featured a trip for two to Europe. Pictured, from left, at the raffle draw held June 30 at the Prostate Cancer Centre are tournament committee members Darwin Flathers, Garry Holbrook, Remington president Cody Clayton and Carl Cheverie.Cal 0905 Remington 2 Pictured at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are Prostate Cancer Centre board member and lawyer Jon Truswell with renowned urologist Dr. Eric Handyman. The SRO tournament set a record and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre.Cal 0905 Remington 3 Pictured at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are tournament co-founder Randy Magnussen and his daughter Paige Magnussen with Oxford Properties.Cal 0905 Remington 4 Picture perfect weather ensured the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek was a great success and raised $420,000 for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre. Pictured is Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club general manager Greg Andrew.Cal 0905 Remington 5 Among the scores of golfers who participated in the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek were, from left, Sterling Western Star Trucks' Cindy Clark, Calgary Auto and Truck Show general manger Jim Gillespie and Pivotal Projects regional manager Jack McGowan.Cal 0905 Remington 6 Pictured, from left, at the 8th annual Remington Golf Classic, held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek, are Remington Development's Ryan Remington and Altus Group's Kyle Fletcher. The tournament has raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre since its inception.Cal 0905 Remington 10 The annual Remington Golf Classic has, since its inception 8 years ago, raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre-$420,000 this year alone. Pictured at the tournament held Aug 19 at Stewart Creek are tournament founder Randy Magnussen with Prostate Centre executive director Pam Heard and renowned urologists Dr. Eric Hyndman and Dr. Bryan Donnelly.Cal 0905 Remington 9 The annual Remington Golf Classic has, since its inception 8 years ago, raised more than $2.3 million for the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre-$420,000 this year alone. Pictured are tournament founders, the two Randy's...Magnussen (left) and Remington (right).

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