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Dr. Peter Centre Vancouver "Passions" Event

Sep 17, 2006

By Catherine Barr


The third annual "Passions" event, a fundraiser benefitting the Dr. Peter Centre for people living with HIV/AIDS, took place last Sunday evening at the Thurlow facility. The ground floor of the centre, which opened its doors in 1997 to care for critical and terminal care patients, played host to invited guests who, for $200 each, got a chance to enjoy culinary treats from 14 of the city's best restaurants. Silent auction items and prize raffle draws also added to evening's excitement all of the profits of which are donated to the centre to continue the legacy started by Dr. Peter Jepson-Young.

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Dr. Peter Centre executive director Maxine Davis struck a pose with dressed-up event entertainers Camero Luvroc (left) and Zippy T. Do-dah.
Event committee member Kenn Hamlin (left), joined event chair and organizer Nathan Fong and Olympic figure skater turned singer Emanuel Sandhu.
Never forget to network and meet new couples as guests Ian Shaw (left), David LeBlanc, James Bond and Brad Davis did.
Volunteering at the event and keeping the glasses full were handsome barmen John Tino (left), Will Pratt and Brett Hagardt.
Gay games 2006 figure skating champ Roy Fremont (left) was thrilled to have boyfriend Lance Holman, from San Francisco, join him at the event.



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