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The Will Event

When:  January and February 2014

Where: Daryl Robbins. 520 4th St., Courtenay     Read more


Description:

Daryl Robbins, a Comox Valley notary public and CGA,  offered a $25.00 donation to the Glacier Grannies for any new personal file that came into his office during the months of January and February.

It involved some financial outlay for services rendered, but if you were considering any tax work or changes to your will, what better way to support a local business and the African Grandmothers at the same time.  
This donation was given on any new file, not just Glacier Grannies,

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Christmas Swags for Sale

When: 14th December 2013

Where:  Safeway, Courtenay

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Glacier granny swag making team

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Beautiful Christmas swags, using holy, ivy, fir, pine, cedar, oregon grape and decorated with baubles and cones were sold on the 14th december outside Safeway Courtenay.
Many thanks to Safeway for permitting us to use their store to sell our swags.
Many thanks to Lynn Robinson for the use of her basement as our swag workshop and all the time she put into getting us organized.
Altogether we made $775.

Images from the event:

Christmas swag ready to go Jane and Emma, Santa's little helper at the swag sale Swags for sale at Safeway Courtenay    Close


Union Bay Christmas Craft Fair

When: Sunday 24th November 2013

Where: Union Bay Rec Hall

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Lynn selling smocked dresses at Union Bay    Read more

Description:

Union Bay Christmas Fair was a great sucess. We made $576 ($320 for angels).There was a constant stream of people passing our table, admiring the angels and other crafts and chatting about Africa and SLF.

We love coming to Union Bay fairs. Smiling men help unload the car and carry the boxes inside to the tables. They then go and park the car for us. Fantastic service!

Thank you Union Bay Community Club.

Crafts at Union Bay Christmas Fair    Close


Merville Christmas Craft Fair

When: Saturday, November 23rd from 9 till 1.30

Where: Merville Community Hall

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Carolyn selling crafts at Merville

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Marj selling cuddly creature.

We netted under $100, after paying $20 for the smallest table we've ever had, so we went away somewhat disappointed.

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Courtenay Fiesta

When: November 16th and 17th

Where: Florence Filberg Centre, Anderton Ave, Courtenay

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Fiesta was a great succes. We made around $2000 on Saturday and $850 on Sunday. On Saturday we sold 63 angels so the angel makers have to restock the boxes for the other Christmas craft fairs.

Thanks to all the Grannies that made this such a success.

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AIDS Angels - $10

Individually handcrafted by a group of Glacier Grannies, these beautiful Angels are a wonderful keepsake or gift. 

Each Angel comes with a personalized name card which explains the work of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign.

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Aids angels dolls

Individually handcrafted by a group of Glacier Grannies, these beautiful Angels are a wonderful keepsake or gift.

Each Angel comes with a personalized name card which explains the work of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign.

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AIDS Angels - $10

Help relieve the suffering from HIV/AIDS today and donate to the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

Aids angels dolls

Individually handcrafted by a group of Glacier Grannies, these beautiful Angels are a wonderful keepsake or gift.

Each Angel comes with a personalized name card which explains the work of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign.

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