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THE VANCOUVER COURIER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011

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We are pleased to honour the finalists for the 5 Annual Vancouver AFP Giving Hearts Award Program th

Outstanding Philanthropist

Outstanding Youth Philanthropist

Mrs. Maria Logan Dr. Djavad Mowafaghian

Alexandra Roberts-Mendel Palvi Mroke JuliaTikhonova

Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser

Outstanding Fundraising Professional

Pixie Riddle Mr Sing LimYeo

Wanda Dekleva

Janice Boyle Vivian Smith

The winner for each category will be announced at the luncheon. Help us honour these outstanding individuals at the National Philanthropy Day luncheon Presented by

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F U N D R A I S I N G DATA B A S E C O N S U LTA N T S

The Richard III Museum, atmospherically housed in Monk Bar, built in the 1300s, contains interesting information about the much-maligned king, but its display is photo John Masters a bit amateurish.

Restoring Richard III’s reputation John Masters Contributing writer

YORK, England—Marvellous writer, Shakespeare. Not such a dab hand with historical accuracy, though. Case in point: Richard III. Shakespeare has the last Plantagenet king down as being a hunchback and a monster whose crimes included the murder in the Tow-

er of London of 12-year-old Edward and 10year-old Richard, who were the two legitimate claimants to the English throne on the death of their father, Edward IV. Nastier still, the man who made himself king was supposed to be safeguarding the two princes, who were his nephews. Oh, and he also had his brother, the Duke of Clarence, drowned in a barrel of wine. Continued on page 29

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Vancouver Courier November 4 2011  

Vancouver Courier November 4 2011

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