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Category: Community & Volunteer
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The Terry Fox Foundation, the charity organization that WYKAAO has been for many years participating in its annual Terry Fox Run, is having a special challenging event this year in British Columbia. Continue reading
Contributions from Mr. Laurence Tam @06:00.
You may have already heard the news that Terry’s wonderful dad Rolly died last night surrounded by his family. Please take a moment to read the beautiful tribute written by his children and grandchildren. Thank you for your incredible support of The Terry Fox Foundation.
“Our Dad and Grandpa is no longer telling jokes. Rolland Murray Fox died late afternoon on March 8th while listening to a little Hank Williams. He fulfilled his promise to Terry facing cancer with courage, grace and plenty of humour. He thanked everyone, every time as they left the room after caring for him and each and every family member and friend after a visit. Continue reading
Assistant Professor of Marketing at UBC, Eric Li, our Canada (West) Correspondent, wrote, “This is an experiential learning program I developed for my marketing course this year. Got some good feebdack and will probably continue doing this next year.”………read the whole story
Please find the open invitation to the Chinese Calligraphy Exhibition (Calligraphy & Living) which is scheduled to be held from Saturday, the 13th to Sunday, the 21st of September 2014, at the 105 Gibson Community Centre, 105 Gibson Drive, Markham. It is located at the north-west corner of the T&T Supermarket at Warden & Steeles. The Exhibition will be opened daily from 10:00 to 17:00 hours.
About one-third of the works are being created by Mr Jeffrey Cheung, Calligraphy teacher, while the remanding two-third are his students’ works, including 7 from Andrew Tang (WYK ’65, Secretary of WYKAAO). Please come to visit the display if you can spare the time.
September 13 (Saturday) Ribbon Cutting Ceremony-12:00noon (details here)