Tri-City News’ sales reps Sanjay Sharma and Scott Janssen as well as Yellow Dog Brewing’s Mike Coghill and Liam Murphy won the second annual croquet tournament hosted by Mayor Greg Moore for the PoCo Community Foundation.
FOR THE KIDS
Envision Financial deposited $15,000 for the Children of the Street Society for prevention workshops in Abbotsford, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge. To date, the credit union has donated $46,000.
Port Moody cadet Kate Lee of 201 Grilse RCSCC is in her first year on board HMCS Quadra in Comox for general training in sailing, music, fitness and seamanship. The training centre houses more than 800 adult staff and cadets.
MUSIC IN COMOX
Cadet Casey Glasgow from 777 RCACS Neptune in Port Coquitlam is in the advance music course at HMCS Quadra near Comox. The 17-year-old french horn player is now at the military training centre.
The BC Lottery Corporation celebrated the “astronomical odds” of two recent wins in Coquitlam with a party at the Shoppers Drug Mart and 7-Eleven locations at David Avenue and Coast Meridian Road. In June, a $1-million Lotto Max ticket was purchased at 7-Eleven by Dennis and Janice Howlett and, just over a week later, Ian Hirsch picked up a whopping $12.8-million Lotto 6/49 ticket at Shoppers across the street. The odds of winning a Lotto 6/49 jackpot are 1 in 14 million and for the Lotto Max is 1 in 28 million, making the two winners in such close proximity a rare event. BCLC celebrated with free cake — and free tickets to Friday’s Lotto Max draw.
NEW BIA REP
The Austin Heights Business Improvement Association has a new leader. Lisa Landry is the new executive director, replacing Erin Davidson who has retired. Landry is the former editor and general manager of snapd Tri-Cities and has a public relations background. She is currently a Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce board director and member of the Coquitlam Foundation’s marketing and communications committee. Davidson leaves after co-founding the BIA 10 years ago, during which time she started numerous anti-graffiti and beautification programs, as well as the annual Daisy Day Festival. The Austin Heights business community was recently in the news with the successful launch of Coquitlam Munch.
The winner of the 50/50 contest at last weekend’s Port Moody Rotary RibFest was Port Coquitlam businessman Brian Wormald, who was presented this week with $10,126.
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