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Waldorf School in NOrth VAn and 1-800-GOT-JUNK gala at Bayshore Vancouver

Mar 15, 2007

By Catherine Barr


The Vancouver Waldorf School’s Nineteenth Annual Festival of the Arts took place last week in North Van. Emphasizing education through the arts, the students performed in front of family and friends while celebrating this annual event. Meanwhile, earlier this month, at the Westin Bayshore, several North Shore faces were spotted at the 1-800-GOT-JUNK international franchise company conference.

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PR gals Andrea Bava (left), Sandra Hanna and Jennifer Maloney were taking care of business at the 1-800-GOT-JUNK, Oscar themed, annual international company conference at the Bayshore back on March 10th.
COO Cameron Herald (left), and founder/CEO Brian Scudamore, of 1-800-GOT-JUNK fame, are two of Canada's most successful businessmen. Togther they welcomed international franchise owners at their annual conference.
Comedian Gary Jones was fabulous and funny as host of the international 1-800-GOT-JUNK gala celebration.
Dressed in green and blue boas, the North Shore's own Helen Sheridan (left) and Christina Mior posed together at the 1-800-GOT-JUNK gala.
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Waldorf School's Grade 6 girls choir took to the stage. From left: Lexie Perry, Tamara Daroshin, Tatiana Kuehn-Gunby, Ola Szczecka, Grace Wheeler.
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With music a part of their learning right from kindergarten, this Grade 7 and Grade 8 Strings Ensemble sounds just like the pros.
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International arts are also a big part of the Waldorf education as seen here with the Grade 4 students as they perform "Sakura".
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Vancouver producer and Leo Awards head honcho Walter Daroshin, seen here wtih wife Tina, was pleased to act as MC for the evening Waldorf school production.



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