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Strip-a-Thon and Feather Boa Anniversary AT
Vancouver Odyssey Nightclub

Dec 12, 2004

By Catherine Barr


For the past 10 years, the Odyssey Nightclub downtown has been the place to be on Sunday nights. This past week, cabaret host-esses Joan-E and Justine Tyme celebrated their Feather Boa review 10th anniversary show along with the club's annual Strip-a-Thon fundraiser. Monies raised go to support the DMS (Dogwood Monarchists Society) and A Loving Spoonful. Congrats to all.

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Feather Boa gals Joan-E (left) and Justine Tyme took to the stage for their show after dancer/drummer Bobby James took it all off in the Strip-a-Thon finale.
Feather Boa guest star Charity, seen here with Dino, her lifelong partner of 33 years, was Vancouver's first ever DMS Empress.
Getting into the holiday spirit of things, guests Dr. Brett De Goldi (left) and Marc Schaper donned their reinder antlers.
Shaking it for a good cause, dancers Casey Williams (left), Hunter Wyld and Michael Miller were happy to participate in coordinator Bruce Antecol's charity Strip-a-Thon.
Dancer/model Dennis Katatumba includes both a military and boxing theme in his stage acts.
Big Jim Dreischel, owner of Mine salon, watched the show with Vancouver's Tracy Bell who is known for her Cher and Liza impersonations.


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