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Seymours Pub Canucks Fundraiser in North Vancouver

Dec 7, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Seymour's Pub Wine Festival - A Benefit for the Canuck Place Children's Hospice was held last week in celebration of much more than just the holiday season. Giving back to the kids and raising money for this very worthwhile cause made this year's event even bigger and better than the last. Dozens of silent auction prizes, with lots of Canucks and hockey memorabilia, and some spectacular live auction items gave guests lots to spend their money on. Wine reps also helped keep the glasses full as people sampled some new flavours and tasty canapes.

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Volunteering at the door and handing out glasses for sampling were Cristi Griffin (left), Tammy Pagonis and Andrea Deacon.
Jennifer and Robin Delany, of Delany's coffee fame, were amongst the many supporters this night.
Canucks head coach Marc Crawford and wife Helene (left) joined Teri and Ray Short, of Seymour's Pub, in helping raise money for the kids.
North Van's Peter Ruzyski and Caroline Schein will be going to the Canadian Juniors Hockey games thanks to a winning bid at the silent auction.
Seymour's staff also worked hard to help make it all happen. From left: Wes Hooper, Gregg Paterson, Murphy Tarves, Travis Pollitt and Kim Normoyle (front).


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