July YPN Wrap Up

July YPN at The Albion was sponsored by Medical Cannabis Centre of Guelph.

I wish to thank everyone who attended the YPN Event last Tuesday night, your attendance made it the success that it was.

Thank you to the staff and ownership of The Albion.  The hospitality was amazing.  More information can be found on the web at www.thealbionhotel.ca

Guelph YPN at The Albion

Also, special thank you  to The Medical Cannabis Centre of Guelph Inc. (MCCG).  The MCCG’s mission is to co-ordinate the provision of safe, clean, and reliable access to cannabis for disabled and chronically ill people in a supportive environment.  Their office is located in Guelph, however their services are available to patients across Canada. More information can be found at www.medicalcannabiscentre.com.

Door Prizes:

Young Professionals of Guelph handing out Door Prizes

Afternoon of wine seminars and tastings from Peller Estates  donated by Debbie Busko of Canadian Federation of Independent Business was won by Christine Hass of Royal Lepage Royal City Realty.

Adrian Trochta offered a half batch of wine, to be crafted from their internationally-sourced juices at Kamil Juices. An interesting experience with exquisite results. Barbara Fisher of Legal Shield is the lucky winner.

20 seconds of fame…again and again for a month: The team at Intrigue Media donated a 20 second ad to run for one month on their mesmerizing video screens throughout Guelph. Congratulations to Avery Morris of Juvenile Diabetes Rewsearch Foundation.

Mallory MacNeill of Malkin Hair Shop donated a free hair cut which was won by Brent Clark of The Clark Design Group.

Christina Simms of Active Conditioning & Performance RehabACP donated a gift certificate for ‘3 FREE Core Conditioning: Functional Fitness Sessions’ which was won by Justin Geauvreau of Intrigue Media.

Thomas Lang of The Delta Meadowvale won the lunch for 2 at their cafe courtesy of Orchard House Gourmet Catering & Chef Services .

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