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West Vancouver Mayor's Dinner at Capilano Golf and Country Club

June 9, 2005

By Catherine Barr


West Vancouver mayor Ron Wood hosted an elegant function last week at Capilano Golf and Country Club. The Mayor's Annual Dinner raised funds for the Mayor's Community Endowment Fund with the West Vancouver Community Foundation and featured a special performances by the Irwin Park School choir.

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Mayor Ron Wood and wife Jo-Ann greeted guests in the lobby welcoming them to the gala function.
West Van's Dina Zeitler (left), Heidi Peters an Barb Goepel were the elegant trio who helped direct guests to their tables.
Newly re-elected West Van MLA Ralph Sultan and West Van Foundation past chair Cowam McKinney chatted during cocktails.
West Van Youth Council's Christine O'Krainetz (left), Stacie Graham, dad Tom Baillie and Ray Peters formed a kind of receiving line at the door.
Singing "O Canada" and a selection of other songs at the beginning of dinner were members of the Irwin Park Elementary School choir.
Butcher Peter Black (left) and Gator Pit owner Gary Mussatto enjoyed the sunlit deck of Capilano during the reception.
West Van lawyer and lobbyist John Moonen was only too pleased to assume the role of MC for the evening.
Immigration lawyer David Thomas and wife Joanne joined West Van councillor Jeannie Ferguson and husband Bill at their dinner table.
With properties in Ambleside and Dundarave, Joachim Waibel, seen here with wife Zohreh, has been instrumental in beautifying and revitalizing the areas.


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