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Stars and Cars at Northshore Jaguar

RBC Artists for Kids Trust

Nov 30, 2003

By Catherine Barr


Christmas Glam got into high gear earlier this month as Northshore Jaguar invited friends and clients down to the store to celebrate. The "Stars and Cars" invite-only event featured live music, non-alcoholic Champagne (since everyone was driving - smart), canapes, stunning diamond jewellery by Ragnar and the chance to get an up close inspection of some very classic cars.


Also, late last month, North Van's Artists for Kids Trust got a boost from RBC investment advisors Don Bell and Arif Devji. Established in 1989 through a generous partnership among some of Canada's finest artists and the North Vancouver School District, the trust gallery is hoping to build a new gallery to house their impressive collection and endow the future to the kids.

Macolm MacKillop and sales manager Sydney Windsor gave one lucky winner a weekend in Whistler driving a new XJ8 Jaguar coupe.
Sherry Massoud showed off this spectacular Polar Bear diamond necklace which was donated for the draw by Ragnar Jewellers.
Welcome guests and keeping an eye on security were Emilio Shahnazarian (left), Jaguar's Carla Courquin, Arthur Nnatsakanian and Jenn Ongkiko.
Test drive anyone? Robb Findlay (left), Keith Sweeney, Denver Mace and Luke Gordon greeted guests, welcoming them to take a Jag through its paces.
David Campbell leans in to admire the perfect insides of a vintage XKE Jaguar convertible.

RBC Artists for Kids Trust

Art as an investment in your future and in your community is proudly supported by RBC's Don Bell and Arif Devji.
Artists for Kids Trust managing director Bill MacDonald cuddled up to "Ben" the cow, an impressive statue by artist Joe Farfar.
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