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AFA Year End "Meet & Greet" and Open House - THANK YOU!

Ancient Forest Alliance, December 11, 2014

AFA Year End
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Photo by TJ Watt.

In wrapping up our successful year of 2014, the AFA opened our doors to our supporters for our "Year End Meet & Greet and Open House" this past Wednesday, Dec.10 at our office space at The Dock above Fantan Alley in Victoria. It was wonderful to have so many members of our community come out and celebrate the work we do together. The night was filled with photos and friendly faces, and also fancy treats for which we owe thanks to several generous local businesses. Bon Macaron Patisserie Ltd. (www.bonmacaronpatisserie.com), your donation of a macaron tree was thoughtful and delicious, and they were a hit with our guests! Cordial Wildcrafted Consumables (www.cordialwildcraftedconsumables.com), we are also so grateful for the giant batch of Grand Fir cookies you made us! We'd also like to give a thanks to Pedersen's Event Rentals (http://pedersens.ca), for their discounted rate on glassware rental for the evening - every little bit helps! As we all know, good news, good food, and good company makes a great party - we're looking forward to celebrating with you all again next year!


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