Cube for Food Fundraiser, in photos

Photos by Ted Simpson – 

A peek at the Cube for Food fundraiser which took place at Cube Gallery on September 24:

Cube for Food fundraiser at Cube Gallery.
Karen Secord hosting the Cube for Food fundraiser at Cube Gallery.
Donations are made in a silent auction style, with each small donation going to fund one large goal. The
Donations are made in a silent auction style, with each small donation going to fund one large goal. The “prizes” included cases of fruit, or one family’s yearly supply of meat or bread. It was all in keeping with the Parkdale Food Centre’s mission of supplying fresh food instead of canned or frozen meals.
Hilary McVey, fundraising chair at PFC, lifts a
Hilary McVey, fundraising chair at PFC, lifts a “food cube” to a round of applause, meaning another funding goal has been reached.
Bumpin Binary provided the entertainment for the evening.
Bumpin Binary provided the entertainment for the evening.
Grooving to Bumpin Binary.
Groovin’.
The Thirteen Muesli crew were invited out to share their stories, and their cereal.
The Thirteen Muesli crew were invited to share their stories, and their cereal.
Muesli sampling!
Muesli sampling!
Donations are made in a silent auction style, with each small donation going to fund one large goal. The
Bidding in action!
Donations are made in a silent auction style, with each small donation going to fund one large goal. The
Donations are made in a silent auction style, with each small donation going to fund one large goal.
Glen McInnes and members of the local arts community came out to show their support for the cause.
Glen McInnes and members of the local arts community came out to show their support for the cause.
Karen Secord chatting with partygoers.
Karen Secord chatting with partygoers.

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All food and refreshments were donated and prepared by a team of local business supporters that include Supply and Demand, Thyme and Again, Petite Bill's and Beyond the Pale.
All food and refreshments were donated and prepared by a team of local business supporters including Supply and Demand, Thyme and Again, Petite Bill’s and Beyond the Pale.

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