Blog: CAPS Ottawa President’s Holiday Dinner

CAPS Ottawa President’s Holiday Dinner

November 28, 2012

When:
December 12, 2012 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
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Where:
Biagio's Italian Ktchen
1394 Richmond Rd
Ottawa, ON K2B 6R8
Canada
Cost:
$10 + cost of your meal
Contact:
Katherine Cyr613-749-5975 X254E-mail
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CAPS Ottawa President’s Holiday Dinner
In support of the CAPS Foundation

Mingle  *  Connect  *  Network

Come and celebrate the Holiday season with CAPS Ottawa’s Incoming President, Steve Lowell. We invite you, your friends and colleagues to join us for an evening of food, fun and holiday cheer while helping to support a worthwhile cause, the CAPS Foundation. The evening festivities will include a 3 course dinner and a ticket for our door prize draw.

Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Time: 6:00 – 7:00pm – Cocktail Hour
7:00pm – Dinner

Location: Biagio’s Italian Kitchen
1394 Richmond Road, Ottawa

Cost: * $10 + the cost of your Meal

*A portion of the net proceeds will be donated to the CAPS    Foundation.

 

About the CAPS Foundation…

The Foundation’s purpose is to supply financial assistance to CAPS members facing personal financial issues (personal tragedy, catastrophic health emergency, natural disaster). It embodies the CAPS values of compassion, community and credibility. To get more information about this valuable CAPS resource or to make a donation please visit the website.

The CAPS Foundation came into existence in 2006 when the CAPS National Board approved a motion to establish a philanthropic arm. The CAPS Foundation, through its Trustee board of Directors, is a CAPS National standing committee that operates semi-independently, making decisions on Foundation financial and operational issues, but working with and, ultimately responsible, to the CAPS National Board.

 

Don’t miss out on this Special Event to Mingle, Connect and Network!

Click here to Register Now

Registration deadline: Friday, December 7 – Noon

Refund policy:  no refunds for this event.

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