This weekly email is centred around Art Auction, as it is coming up this Thursday!
The final push to sell art auction tickets is upon us! Sell to your friends, family, classmates, profs--anyone you know!
For those who weren't at the Art Auction volunteer meeting last Sunday, there will be a brief meeting during tomorrow's planning meeting.
Thursday, March 26
Art Auction is our biggest fundraiser event of the year. It is a gala evening featuring art from local London artists as well as guest speakers. Please contact your profs, friends and family to let them know about the event and encourage them to buy a ticket! More information is on the website: http://www.ewbwesternartauction2015.com/
We will be holding our planning meeting as usual at 5:30 pm on Tuesday in SEB 2094, but there will be no Member Learning this week, due to Art Auction.
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EWB would like to see Canada reverse this trend and increase our investment in global poverty reduction with an eye towards the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals.
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