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May 2019 in English: https://cotfcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/COTF-Monthly-May-2019.pdf
Mai 2019 en français: https://cotfcanada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/La-FCE-mensuelle-mai-2019.pdf
COTF at the CAOT Annual General Conference
Fundraising events will include:
– silent auction with sale of local item at the silent auction tables
– live auction with sale of themed item, reserved tables, 50/50 raffle at the social event (COTF welcomes in-kind donations for both auctions. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an item to donate.)
– COTF is thrilled to announce that Crystal Dieleman from Dalhousie University has been chosen as the 2019 Scholar. She will present at Breakfast with a Scholar on June 1. Tickets can be purchased through CAOT’s Conference registration.
The COTF Session will be facilitated by Marjorie Hackett, COTF President and COTF Board Directors, Katie Churchill and Lynn Shaw.
Marjorie Hackett, COTF President will be announcing COTF and provincial award recipients at CAOT’s Awards Ceremony.
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