Another Successful January Luncheon

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This year the luncheon was hosted by members of the Book Exchange interest group. Thank you to the organizing committee, Marilyn Jackson, Barb Kirkham, Mary Miller, Susan Pine, and Cathy Warren. A big thank you also to the young ladies from Abigail’s Learning Centre who volunteered their time to assist.

By popular request entertainment was provided by local musician, Michael Faulkner, and four of his very talented piano and vocal students.

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Valentine Bridge

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Tickets available from:
Susan Pine: j.pine@sympatico.ca or Sylvia Doyle: sylviadoyle@bell.net

COME TO THE JANUARY LUNCHEON

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019         11:30 to 2:00

This year the Book Exchange interest group is hosting the January luncheon, with a “book” theme.  Arrive before lunch is served and and browse the volumes on the table. Try the book quiz. Lots of fun with your tablemates. Every completed quiz will earn a chance at the prize draw.

Back by popular demand is Michael Faulkner with an outstanding group of young musicians. Michael is a vital contributor to music education and enjoyment in Belleville and area.  Besides acting as Director of Music at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Michael teaches voice and music to some 60 students, many of them young. He also founded the Community Choir to invite everyone to find their own voice.

Last year those who attended the Luncheon gave a standing ovation to the young performers!! Don’t miss it.

TICKETS ARE $15.00

PLEASE BUY YOUR TICKETS BY JANUARY 9 TO HELP ORGANIZERS ANTICIPATE NUMBERS

Buy through online payments, http://www.cfuwbelleville.com

or contact MARILYN JACKSON AT haebjack@xplornet.com

A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT

 

Books For The Belleville Firefighters’ Toy Drive

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More than sixty books were delivered to the Belleville Firefighters today for their annual toy drive. We received a tour of the sorting facility by organizer, Ryan Turcotte, and were much impressed with the scope of the project. Some of the volunteers who were present have been active in this worthwhile community service for twenty or thirty years.

We Were Greeted at the Elevator
A Small Section of Santa’s Warehouse
Laura Hare, Ryan Turcotte, Linda Connelly, Jane Taylor