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Lights, Camera, Cook Fundraiser at Terminal City Club

Nov 3, 2005

By Catherine Barr


The Terminal City Club was filled with famous North Shore faces last week as West Van foodie femme Caren McSherry and her Global TV news gal pal Jill Krop hosted the 2nd Annual Lights, Camera, Cook! event. Guests were treated to a first class evening featuring entertainment, a silent auction and food prepared by some of Vancouver's top chefs. And all this sipping and sampling wasn't in vain - in addition to socializing with some of Vancouver's media mainstays, all funds raised go to support Operation Rainbow and the STOP Society. Congrats to all involved.


the 2nd annual
> Lights, Camera, Cook event! Caren McSherry and I are hosting along with the
> Terminal City Club ..raising money for Operation Rainbow and STOP Society

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Terminal City Club executive chef Jason Lloyd (left) teamed up with North Van media news mogul Bill Good, of CKNW radio and CTV-9 fame, to hand out some tasty fish and chips.
Making it a West Van girls' night out were friends Shelley Tratch (left), Patricia Hyssop and fashionista Marilyn Diligenti-Smith.
Count the candy canes, take your guess, and then tell North Shore volunteers Mia Diligenti and Carly Scholz for a chance to win.
CTV-9 news anchor Coleen Christie partnered with West restaurant head chef David Hawksworth at his station.
West Van's own Leone ladies were pleased to lend their support to this worthwhile event. From left: mom Maria with daughter Patrizia.
West Van's Caren McSherry welcomed realty professionals Lionel Lorence (left) and son Clayton Lorence (centre) who, along with wife Tammy (right), enjoyed a family night out.
He always sells out first. Tojo's sushi helper Jennifer Thompson worked quickly to fill the plates.
Enjoying a night out together without the kids were West Van's own Monica and Jason Soprovich.
With smiles like this, they make it look easy. Helping raise money for the kids was what it was all about for Global gals Lynn Colliar (left), Jill Krop and Tara Nelson.


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