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Movie premiere
a successful fundraiser
for hospital foundation
The most exclusive event in town Saturday
night was held at Theatre Three-Eleven,
where an intimate crowd toasted the film
premiere of Listowel’s Next Top Doc.
Dr. Rob Annis said the event was born out
of the Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation fundraiser held earlier this year, where
the idea was hatched to host a film and sell
tickets for $50 in order to raise money. Annis said the block of tickets had to be expanded once people started getting interested.
“We were actually going to only sell 30,”
he said. “There was lots of demand so we
went to 50.”
Ticket-holders were invited to the worldpremiere on Saturday night, offered a selection of hor d’oeurves provided by chef Alex
Petter before the screening of Listowel’s
Next Top Doc. Annis described the movie
as several vignettes tied together, with no
real intent.
“There’s no real plot or theme to this
movie at all,” Annis said. “There’s lots of
deeper layers, like an onion, but only a few
of the deeper people are going to see that,”
he joked.
Those lucky enough to see the film were
treated to several doses of commercial parody, a shot of commentary on the state of
Ontario’s health care system, and a guest
appearance by Eugene Levy himself. Annis
said film making has been a long-time hobby of his, and that computers have come a
long way with the effects they are able to
accomplish.
“I’ve been making stupid movies since I
was in Grade 7,” he said. “It’s a hobby, and
it’s fun.”
Following the movie and a round of applause from the audience, Annis said he was
Andrew Smith/Banner Photo
happy with the reception the film received. NEXT TOP DOC – Dr. Barb Matthews hosted the Next Top Doc Awards prior to the film premiere
“I think this will be one of the best pre- held on Saturday night. The event was a fundraiser for the Listowel Memorial Hospital Foundation.
mieres I’ve ever attended for one of my
films,” Annis said. “In fact, I think it’s the
only one.”
Thank You
Harvest for Hunger
helps feed the world
Continued from page 4
While we know many of the combine operators won’t have time to read this during
this busy harvest season, it is our hope and
prayer that they will all have a safe and
successful harvest. Please be careful —
we need you all. In the end it is farmers,
here and everywhere, that feed the world!
Again, our sincere thanks to all who took
part in the Harvest For Hunger. When
we think of the 160 acres, the 120 combines, the 11 minutes and 43 seconds it
for a Great Day of Golf
2011 Donors and Sponsors
took to harvest the crop (a world record
for soybeans!), the hundreds of very good
people who volunteered and the more
than $250,000 donated to the Canadian
Foodgrains Bank to feed the world’s hungry, we can only say it was a very good
day. Thanks be to God!
David and Kathryn Mayberry
Ontario Resource Coordinators
Canadian Foodgrains Bank
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Hudson’s
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Queen’s Inn
Salon 5010
Pizza Hut
Muffler Man
Bike Works
Remax
Boston Pizza
Totally Tanned
Crabby Joe’s
Rene’s Bistro
Janelle’s Spa And Boutique
M&M Meat Shops
Expressway Ford
South East Hope Insurance
The Olde English Parlour
Anytime Fitness
Dave’s Diner
Let Them Eat Cake
Car Quest
Goodlife Fitness
Michael Gornyiczki
The Touchmark Shop
Aj’s Hair Studio
Hunter Steel
Nuhn Industries
Luckhart Transport
Tri-County Brick Company
Bickells Flooring
Black Angus
Domino’s Pizza
Custom Pool And Spa
Headlines Hair Studio
Rbc Dominion Securities
Epicure (Janelle)
Headquarters Salon
Corks And Caps
Perth County Ems
Cowan Insurance
Apple Auto Glass
Madelyn’s Diner
Brenny’s Bakery
Ideal Supply
Perth Communications
Giant Tiger, Stratford
Giant Tiger, Listowel
Music, Sebringville
Dunny’s Sports
Connect Equipment
Corporation
Stratford County Club
Mitchell Golf And Country
Club
Perth Promotional Products
Partylite
Swiss Chalet
Stone Willow Inn
Resqtech Woodstock
Cibc, Stratford
Chocolate Barrs
Rheo Thompson
Tango’s Café
Scentsy, Karen Larson
Stephanie Dixon, Ezewski
Barn Technology Inc
City Of Stratford
Damen’s Restaurant
Coffee Culture
Village Craft And Candle
La Creative Curb, Landscaping
Maple Leaf Foods Inc
Mccully’s Hill Farm
Splite Rail
Sheila’s Salon
The Flower Shop And More
Jeff Car, Molson’s Rep
Risdocument SolutionsXerox
Waterhouse Financial
Planning
Independent Grocery Store
Listowel City Ford
Tim Horton’s, Mark Moore
Pro Oil Change
Gg Goettler
Merv’s Patio And Shewan’s
Ornaments
Dublin Mercantile
City Cabs, Stratford
2011 Hole Sponsors
Stratford Motor Products
Stratford Fire Dept
Ward & Uptigrove
Culliton Law
Demetre’s Family Eatery
Sinclair Pharmacy
Festival City Glass, Ltd
Victim Services Board Of Directors
Spinrite
Famme & Company
Trillium Mutual Insurance
Perth County Ems Local 454 Cupe
Perth Promotional Products
Eaton Funeral Home
Young’s Funeral Home
Wade’s Flowers
Holloway Automotive Supply, Ltd
Expression’s Hair Design
Stratford Glass And Lock
The Best Little Warehouse In Stratford
Stratford Police Services Board
Stratford Police Service
Silent Auction Donors
Sears Canada, Stratford – Set of Pots and Pans
Tim Horton’s, Mark Moore - Coffee Maker
Erin Shipley, Photographer - Framed Print
Bradshaw’s, Stratford - Martini Set
Home Hardware, Stratford - Chafing Dish
Mitchell Golf and Country Club - Round of Golf for 4
Samsonite, Stratford - 2 Leather Brief Cases
Swanson’s Jewellers, Stratford - Ladies Silver Watch
Carman’s Photo Source, Stratford – Digital Camera
Karen Larson, Listowel - Scentsy Gift Basket
Kim Newbigging - Hand Crafted Mirror and Shelf
Dunny’s Source for Sports, Stratford - Golf Club and Gift Certificate
Spinrite, Listowel - Yarn Basket
Melanie B - Wreath
Ideal Supply, Listowel - Utility Vacuum
Canadian Tire, Stratford - Black and Decker Sander
Merv’s Patio and Shewan’s Ornaments, Dublin – Garden Angel
Tri-County Brick Company - BBQ Set
Additional Thanks
Stratford Golf and Country Club
Eddie Mathews, CJCS Radio
Lasting Impressions,
Stone Works
Perth Promotional, Dave Nickel
Beacon Herald
Stratford City Cabs
ALL the golfers who came
out to support Viciim Services
Molesworth Farm Supply
Strickland Automotive
Tim Horton’s, Mark Moore
Tradition Mutual Insurance Co.
West Perth OPP, Police Services Board
Ezewski Barntechnology
Sorbaralaw
OPPA (Ontario Provincial Police
Association, Branch #6)
Hamilton Place, Listowel
Ticket Draw Prizes
Giant Tiger, Stratford – Portable BBQ
Annex Room, Stratford – $40.00 Gift Certificate
Olde English Parlour, Stratford - $50.00 Gift Certificate
Cowan Insurance, Stratford – 2 gift sets from Kitchen
Connaisseuar
Giant Tiger, Listowel – Chocolate Fondue Set
Independent Grocery Store, St. Mary’s - Coffee Maker
Stratford Memorial – Solid Granite Wine Cooler
Home Hardware, Stratford – Tiki Set
Canadian Tire – BBQ Set
Xerox, Stratford – Wine Box Set
G G Geottlers, Dublin – Blanket
Perth Communications – Gift Basket of “Bell” Products
Co-operators, Listowel - Picnic Basket
Tarbush Giller and Associates, Listowel- Tool Set
Special Recognition
PERTH COUNTY MUTUAL AID FIRE SERVICES ASSOC.:
Sponsors of Lunch
ST. MARY’S FORD: “Hole in One” 2 year car lease
BLOWES TRAVEL, STRATFORD: $5.000.00 “Hole in One”
Travel Voucher
www.northperth.com
BY ANDREW SMITH
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