In the News: http://www.theobserver.ca/2017/02/23/sarnia-medically-fragile-fundraising-gala-set-for-april-22 Joan Armstrong, with Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile in Sarnia, is show on Thursday holding one of the pieces of art in this year's 10th anniversary Celebrities on Canvas gala, set for April 22. (Paul Morden/Sarnia Observer) #inthenews #CelebritiesonCanvas #TheObserver
Scotiabanks in the Sarnia area helped again with ticket sales for this years event sponsored by CCMF. Ticket sales were matched to a maximum of $5000. What an impact this made for our organization! Pictured here are Julie Lukon, Community Manager and Stephanie Edwards, Customer Relations Representative who presented the cheque to Joan Armstrong, Office Admin/Fundraiser for CCMF.
Thank you to all the staff at all the bank branches who assisted with ticket sales. #Sponsor #Cel
In The News: http://www.theobserver.ca/2013/11/11/celebrities-on-canvas-serves-up-artwork-from-cartoonist-lynn-johnston-childrens-performer-fred-penne Public education chair Darcy Winch shows off paintings to be auctioned off at the annual Celebrities on Canvas fundraiser Nov. 16. Proceeds will benefit Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile. Pictured here are some of the works up for auction. BARBARA SIMPSON / THE OBSERVER / QMI AGENCY #CelebritiesonCanvas #TheObserver
In The News: http://www.theobserver.ca/2011/10/25/celebrity-art-auction-to-benefit-medically-fragile Darcy Winch poses Monday with submissions for Celebrities on Canvas, the Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile auction with a twist. TYLER KULA / THE OBSERVER / QMI AGENCY #inthenews #CelebritiesonCanvas #TheObserver