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Heart and Stroke Volunteers in North Vancouver

April 21, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Fat is the new tobacco! At least that's the word from the good folks at the Heart and Stoke Foundation. That message and more were all part of a special thank you evening in North Vancouver that included special guest speakers and presentations honouring the invaluable work of local volunteers and fund raisers. Special thanks to all involved.

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Schools program coordinator Lori Blockberger (left) and regional manager Renate Sutherland were on hand for the special presentations.
Special recognition went out to Heather Duncan who heads up the Cove Cliff Jumpers, a school program that promotes healthy heart living.
West Van mayor Ron Wood (left) and area manager Sue Woods were thrilled to meet speaker Rob Morton whose life story was a lesson for everyone.
Retired Telus employees Mary Schoenroth (left), Doug Reeves and Barb Lancasters are all part of the Commmunity Connections fundraising program.


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