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Canadian Federation of University Women West Vancouver 50th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon

Feb 19, 2007

By Catherine Barr


The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) West Vancouver are celebrating big time this year. The group's 50th anniversary year-long celebration got underway last week at St. Christopher’s Anglican Church in West Van with a memorable luncheon for over 100 distinguished guests. Founding members, current members and past presidents enjoyed an afternoon of awards, speeches and more making this a reunion to remember for many years to come.

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West Van mayor Pam Goldsmith-Jones, seen here wtih membership chair Diane Reid, was warmly welcomed as she gave her speech.
President and event organizer Nancy Smith welcomed VIPs like founding charter member Marjorie Armstrong (left) and her daughter Jane, who designed the new commemorative banner.
Charter members Beverly Field (left) and Joan Myers are two of the four original members.
Club members Kit Stevenson (left) and Robyn Smith joined International Federation of University Women's vice president Phyllis Scott.
Scholarship winner and BCIT student Crystal Ross is one of the many young women the group has helped over the years.
Past president Jan Harvey and CFUW Coordinator of International Affairs, Rose Beaty, were among the guests.
Fiorenza Albert-Howard, a past president, unveiled the new CFUW banner, which she helped create in fabric.



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