120th Anniversary Update – 1 week to go!
- We’re now at 71 registrations plus 13 Social Ministry students … plus staff and over 130 attending the evening banquet!
- If you haven’t already, register NOW online (A reminder: Early Bird rates applied until September 4. Regular registration fee is now increased to $120.)
- Joy Kogawa is unfortunately unable to attend the October 11 event on “Transformative Hope” due to a family emergency. Instead, Raheel Raza has graciously agreed to speak. She is author of Their Jihad, not my Jihad and calls herself a “public speaker, journalist, author, diversity consultant, interfaith advocate, and film maker.” See revised notice below.
- We are sprucing up Woodsworth House – with a new roof, a new paint job, newly hung pictures and an archival display, to which many of you have contributed. Our thanks to Gwenna Moss and Taliah Klippenstein for their work in preparing this (see features below).
Additional Information for those registered for the 120th Anniversary Weekend:
If you have not yet let us know your preferences for Saturday afternoon activities, please do so before the end of this week.
If you are planning to use the bus for your transportation needs, the cost is 2.45 cash, 1.95 for seniors, or 2.15 for bus tickets, and 1.08 for seniors, which can be purchased at many drugstores and convenience stores. Transfers can be used to get on and off any buses for up to an hour.