Jeans ‘n Scrubs

The second annual Jeans ‘n Scrubs, featuring a dinner, dance and auctions, was held at RIM Park. Proceeds were divided among the foundations for Grand River Hospital, St. Mary’s General Hospital and Cambridge Memorial Hospital.
Photography by Rainer Leipscher.rainerphoto@sympatico.ca

Community Gala

Physicians and medical staff at Cambridge Memorial Hospital hosted the Physicians’ Community Gala at the Cambridge Mill. The event helped support the $50-million Transformation CMH Campaign for construction and renovations at the hospital.
Photography by Joe Martz
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at the Armoury

Elegance at the Armoury, a Highland ball, featured fine dining and dance plus centuries-old Highland military traditions. The event, held at the Cambridge Armoury, was hosted by Honorary Col. Tom Jenkins and Toby Jenkins. Photography by Tomasz Admanski:iphoto@adamskitom.com

Chefs’ Gourmet Dinner

The 21st annual Chefs’ Gourmet Dinner, a fundraiser for Best Friends of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region, was held at Bingemans. The
dinner featured a champagne reception plus dishes from various local chefs. Photography by Rainer Leipscher.rainerphoto@sympatico.ca

Clay & Glass Gala

The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery celebrated 20 years with a gala at the gallery. The event featured hors d’oeuvres, music, auctions and art activities. Photography by Tomasz Admanski:iphoto@adamskitom.com

Fashion for Life

The Waterloo Region office of the Cancer Society held its fifth annual Fashion for Life fundraiser at Bingemans. The show, produced by Gemini Models,
drew fashions from local retailers. As well, vendors provided shopping opportunities. Proceeds from the show go to the local Wheels of Hope program, which matches volunteer drivers with cancer patients needing rides to treatment. Photography by Rainer Leipscher.rainerphoto@sympatico.ca

Spring Promenade Fashion show

Hospice of Waterloo Region held its 20th annual Spring Promenade Fashion Show and Raffle at Bingemans. Models from Cameo Models in Waterloo showed off fashions from local retailers. As well, guests could shop at a selection of vendors. This year’s event raised more than $84,000 for Hospice programs. Photography by Rainer Leipscher.rainerphoto@sympatico.ca















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