Best wishes Diane to you and your committee for a successful gala.
This event is another step forward in building public awareness about the real facts related to lung cancer.
Not many people know it is the leading cause of cancer related deaths for men and women... more than breast, colorectal, and prostate combined. As we both know, it’s not just a smoker’s deadly disease as I frequently tell anyone interested -if you have lungs you can get lung cancer.
Thank you for undertaking this gallant Initiative....perhaps in the near future we can finally garner the much needed focus and support to address this too often fatal disease.
Founder of the Lung Cancer Initiatives at the UofC
The Kimberlites, a fun-loving five member band, have been doing just that for their audiences for well over a decade. Their infectious melodies warm the rooms of a variety of venues and keep dance floors abuzz, combining strong vocal harmonies and unique instrumentation into a party driving mix of rocking celtic-cajun-zydeco.
The Kimberlites blend their own music with some classic folk/rock hits of the past three decades, and even add a dash of world music influence; key ingredients to what can only be described as a musical jambalaya, a circus for the senses. The music is filled with hope, joy, and a celebration of life, making each of their performances an experience to remember.
Our goal is to promote wellness and harmony of individual Through dance. Why people come to dance? 99% of people come to dance for other reasons than dancing: To get healthier, enhance their social life or meet new people and friends, to find maybe a life partner, enhance their fitness level or loose weight.
With more than 25 years as a radio announcer and two years as host of her own TV show, Sue Deyell loves talking to people!
It was a passion for writing, though, that earned Sue a degree in English from York University. She later found the Radio and Television Broadcasting program at Seneca College – sparked by a newspaper job advertisement for voiceover artists – and graduated with honours.
Sue loves a new challenge, and taking on the world of talk radio has given her just that. She says the focus and quick thinking needed to host The Morning News on 770 CHQR is almost as exciting as getting to work alongside Gord Gillies every day.
Sue runs her own master of ceremonies business called Professional MC, is co-owner of Sportsbras.ca, is on the board of directors for Women Talk Canada and is a very busy wedding officiant.
Keon Raymond is a Canadian football linebacker who is currently a free agent. Raymond formerly played for the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He was signed by the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2006.