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Pret a Pour Tea Breast Cancer

Oct 21, 2008

By Catherine "Cat" Barr

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The 3rd Annual "Pret A Pour Tea" breast cancer fundraiser was held last week at Season's in the Park in Vancouver. Think Pink was the theme as invited guests helped raise over $20,000 for the BC/Yukon Region of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Lots of North Shore locals made the trip to support fellow girlfriends and indulge in a little champagne, tea, sandwiches and silent auction shopping. Way to go gals.

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pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0001 CTV weathergal Tamara Taggart brings four-week old baby Zoe to her first real tea party.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0002 Organizer Tammy Preast and her mom Elly Durksen enjoy a girls' day together.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0003 Guests Danielle Marchant, left, and West Van's Julie Cooper come on out in support of this good cause.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0004 Tom James, of West Van's Urban Tea Merchants, happily pours the tea for the ladies from a pink teapot.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0005 Helping sponsor the event and sitting at the AllWest Insurance table are Sue Hadikin, left, Natalie Donohoe, president Devina Zalesky and Shahin Virji.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0006 Ask a Woman Enteprises' Sharon Chan-Knight and her mom Donna Chan look pretty in pink.
pret-a-pour-tea_brea#A0007 West Vancouver's Lenora Gates, featured speaker and breast cancer survivor, surrounds herself in pink boas.



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