It was a pleasure to support the Canadian Federation of University Women / Kanata’s virtual event on January 25, 2022
The fundraising event, “In Conversation With Elizabeth Hay” was a tremendous success last night. The feedback has been very encouraging and although we don’t have a final amount raised, it should be over $5,500. The profit from the sale of books by Elizabeth Hay lasts until Feb. 11 and then we shall know the final amount from our sponsors, ticket sales and donations.
Thank you so much for being our lead sponsor once again. We truly appreciate your loyalty and support to the Scholarship Trust.
Our sincere thanks,
in conversation with CBC Host Alan Neal
Author of the #1 national bestselling novel Alone in the Classroom, the Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning novel Late Nights On Air, as well as four other highly-acclaimed works of fiction. All Things Consoled, her first non-fiction book, was shortlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize, and was the winner of the 2018 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for non-fiction. Formerly a radio broadcaster, Elizabeth worked for a number of years in Mexico and New York City before returning to Canada. She now lives in Ottawa.
Host of CBC Radio’s All in a Day, the top-rated afternoon radio show in Ottawa.
You can hear him weekdays from 3-6 on 91.5 FM in Ottawa or on cbc.ca/ottawa. Known for highly researched interviews with musicians, artists, politicians, community changers and thinkers… not to mention all the scientists on the popular Element Of Surprise series…
Alan is the proud owner of the “You’ve Done Your Research” coffee mug that CBC designed for him.
The Joan Smith Real Estate Family was proud to again support the Canadian Federation of University Women/Kanata’s “Enchanted Mosaic” event.
Earl of March Secondary School on Saturday, November 12th starting at 6:00pm.
The Joan Smith Real Estate Family is proud to support the Canadian Federation of University Women/Kanata’s “Enchanted Mosaic” event.
Monday, November 17, 2014
Good Morning Joan, your family and staff:
“Enchanted Mosaic” was a huge success on Saturday. The performers were extremely good and the artists were highly complimented.
The lobby and auditorium were packed and so many people spoke of the joy of attending a community event where local talent could be recognized and appreciated.
The final dollar figure is not in, but it is likely we made a substantial contribution to the Scholarship Trust.
We are so appreciative of your sponsorship. Your beautiful signs were placed in prominent positions and your pads and pens were snapped up. Thank you for taking such large part in supporting this community event. We loved working with you.
Pioneer School Days supporting the Canadian Federation of University Women / Kanata
June 6, 2011
Mrs. Joan Smith
Royal LePage Team Realty
Subject: Pioneer School Days
Well , we had the wrap-up meeting and discussed the things that worked and things that did not go as well.
On the whole it was a wonderful event. Each location had interesting activities and young people had the opportunity to experience how life might have been one hundred years ago. From this point of view, we met our goals and more. We did not sell as many tickets as we would have wished, which was a disappointment after so many months of planning. We had good visibility with local newspapers, CBC and other radio stations. We wished The Ottawa Citizen had supported us with an article.
Anyway, we were extremely pleased and grateful to have you as a site sponsor. Your name was displayed on a sign outside one of the schoolhouses so that visitors and passing traffic were ware of your support.
Many thanks for supporting our Scholarship Trust and encouraging higher education.