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North Shore Outlook 2006 Women of Excellence Awards

Mar 6, 2006

By Catherine Barr


The North Shore Outlook's 2006 Women of Excellence Awards luncheon took place this past Monday at Capilano Golf and Country Club. Honouring local women in the disciplines of arts, community, youth, business and sports, the afternoon was a chance to recognize the "exceptional accomplishment and inspiring commitment" of all the great gals who help make this place one of the best places to live in all the world. Event proceeds raised to go support the North Shore Women's Centre. Check page XX for more photos and to see who took home the titles.

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Former newspaper gal Aren Evers (left) attended the luncheon with her mom Anne Marie Evers and her aunt Darlene O'Neill.
North Shore Outlook's Shannon Kostrzewski (left) showed off the list of nominees alongside Outlook's own woman of excellence, Linda Stewart.
Business nominee Mona Brun, who is known for her cooking success, enjoyed lunch beside Outlook display sales gal Dianne Hathaway.
No ugly ducklings here, just beautiful S.W.A.N.'s - Successful Women Always Network co-founder and president elect Cathy Kuzel (left) lent her support to the event along with current president Gabrielle Loren.
New West Vancouver police chief Scott Armstrong (left) was seated at his table with fellow guest and dignitary Doris Paul, Caring for Youth chair, Squamish Nation.
Keynote speaker Andrea Shaw, of XXXXX, was introduced by Outlook publisher Linda Stewart.



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