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West Van  Chamber Christmas

Dec 14, 2004

By Catherine Barr


Capilano Golf and Country Club played host this past Tuesday night to the great people from the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. The annual Christmas dinner is always an elegant affair complete with auction items, a four-star meal and a chance to network with fellow business owners. It's a holiday celebration everyone looks forward to.

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WV Chamber president Sean Allan and new chamber administrator Kathleen Campbell greeted guests as they arrived.
George Goodman (left) and West Van police chief Grant Churchill were among the dignitaries in attendance.
Let's hear it for the gals, namely West Van rotarian Jacqui McTavish (left) and West Van councillor Jean Ferguson.
Socializing before dinner were TD Bank's Brenda Balogh (left), chamber director John Moonen and wife Marie.
Chamber vice president Bill Chapman and wife Sandy got a chance to chat with fellow vice president Michael Evison during the reception.


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