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WINGing it for Tourette, a fun family night out!

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November 14, 2019

Location: WINGS
Address: 590 Highway 33
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Website: View Website

2019-11-14 18:00:00 2019-11-14 20:00:00 America/Vancouver WINGing it for Tourette, a fun family night out! We hope you will join us at WINGS on Thursday, November 14th for a fun night of raising awareness and funds for Tourette Canada. For just $25 you will receive your choice of either a BURGER (chicken, beef, or veggie) or WINGS and FRIES, with a DRINK (glass of beer, or red or white wine, OR non-alcoholic beverage), with all proceeds going to Tourette Canada. Our goal is to raise $1000. To do this we will be holding: a SILENT AUCTION a LOONIE TOSS for kids and a TOONIE TOSS for adults!! Plus there will be DOOR PRIZES!!! And lots of FAMILY FUN with games for every table! We would appreciate ANY and ALL SUPPORT by way of prize donations. Absolutely anything you wish to donate will be greatly appreciated and all money raised will go to Tourette Canada. For DINNER TICKETS or to make a DONATION please text Kari at 250-801-0486. Should you wish to attend the dinner, please be sure to mark yourself as GOING on this event and text Kari to arrange to get your tickets. Tourette Syndrome or TS (or TS+) is a Neurodevelopmental or brain-based condition that affects approximately 1 in 200 people. Tourette Syndrome causes people who have it to make involuntary sounds or movements called tics. It is not uncommon for these people to also be affected by the symptoms of one or more of the associated conditions, including (but not limited to); anxiety, ADHD, OCD, depression, and sleep issues. This is known as Tourette Syndrome+ or TS+. Tourette Canada, formerly known as the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada, is a registered (11926 7862 RR0001) charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of Canadians affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) and associated conditions (TS+). We're national in scope and volunteer based. Tourette Canada is comprised of: ~ A geographically diverse, volunteer Board of Directors; ~ Local volunteer affiliates including Chapters, Resource Units, and Contact Representatives; ~ A Professional Advisory Board made up of clinicians and other experts on TS from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom; and ~ A small paid staff who works out of the National Office located in Mississauga, Ontario. Through a national network of committed Affiliates, Tourette Canada provides a range of services to those living with Tourette Syndrome and their families. Our main goal is to create awareness and understanding of Tourette Syndrome through education, advocacy, support and the promotion of research. Tourette Canada operates without government funding and it is important to support them so they may continue to be available for the children, adults, families and communities who need them. For more information about Tourette Canada please visit https://tourette.ca WINGS 590 Highway 33 events@kelownanow.com
We hope you will join us at WINGS on Thursday, November 14th for a fun night of raising awareness and funds for Tourette Canada.

For just $25 you will receive your choice of either a BURGER (chicken, beef, or veggie) or WINGS and FRIES, with a DRINK (glass of beer, or red or white wine, OR non-alcoholic beverage), with all proceeds going to Tourette Canada.

Our goal is to raise $1000.
To do this we will be holding:
a SILENT AUCTION
a LOONIE TOSS for kids
and a TOONIE TOSS for adults!!
Plus there will be DOOR PRIZES!!!
And lots of FAMILY FUN with games for every table!

We would appreciate ANY and ALL SUPPORT by way of prize donations. Absolutely anything you wish to donate will be greatly appreciated and all money raised will go to Tourette Canada.

For DINNER TICKETS or to make a DONATION please text Kari at
250-801-0486.
Should you wish to attend the dinner, please be sure to mark yourself as GOING on this event and text Kari to arrange to get your tickets.

Tourette Syndrome or TS (or TS+) is a Neurodevelopmental or brain-based condition that affects approximately 1 in 200 people. Tourette Syndrome causes people who have it to make involuntary sounds or movements called tics. It is not uncommon for these people to also be affected by the symptoms of one or more of the associated conditions, including (but not limited to); anxiety, ADHD, OCD, depression, and sleep issues. This is known as Tourette Syndrome+ or TS+.

Tourette Canada, formerly known as the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada, is a registered (11926 7862 RR0001) charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of Canadians affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) and associated conditions (TS+). We're national in scope and volunteer based.

Tourette Canada is comprised of:
~ A geographically diverse, volunteer Board of Directors;
~ Local volunteer affiliates including Chapters, Resource Units, and Contact Representatives;
~ A Professional Advisory Board made up of clinicians and other experts on TS from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom; and
~ A small paid staff who works out of the National Office located in Mississauga, Ontario.

Through a national network of committed Affiliates, Tourette Canada provides a range of services to those living with Tourette Syndrome and their families. Our main goal is to create awareness and understanding of Tourette Syndrome through education, advocacy, support and the promotion of research.

Tourette Canada operates without government funding and it is important to support them so they may continue to be available for the children, adults, families and communities who need them.

For more information about Tourette Canada please visit
https://tourette.ca



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