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CUPE SCHOOL DIVISION SECTOR CONFERENCE FUNDRAISING

It has been an honour to participate in the fund raising activities of this conference. From the CUPE Manitoba convention I am aware of the generosity and compassion of my fellow union brothers and sisters. CUPE MANITOBA HAS RAISED OVER $35,000 FOR PAEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY. The funds go to children with cancer. During the Friday evening dinner and dance a silent auction was held where the members from CUPE locals present donated items for the auction, and $974.00 was raised for Paediatric Oncology. Below is a gallery of some CUPE members. Good sports who were jailed and bailed to raise funds for brother Leo Canirand who suffers from LUPUS and requires treatment at the Mayo Clinic. The fine members of the CUPE School Division Sector raised $2000.00 for brother Leo who was in desperate need of help. They patiently (some impatiently) waited to be bailed after members had them jailed.

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Irene Bernard President Local 1112 Fort Garry School Division makes an emotional plea for brother Leo Canirand of CUPE LOCAL 3490 who has LUPUS, a devastating disease that is at present incurable. This disease discriminates against women up to 10 to 1. This disease affects everyone from children to the elderly. This disease is not well known, and desperaterly needs funding for research. It affects 50,000 Canadians of all ages. The best treatment available is not even in Canada, and brother Leo Canirand has to go to Minnesota for treatment. So a campaign is under way to help brother Leo. So the School Division Sector Committee decided to have a CUPE jail fundraising activity. To all the union brothers and sisters who contributed their time and money well done. The CUPE jail activity was entertaining, and accomplished its task of raising substantial funds for brother Leo's trip. The generosity and good sportsmanship exhibited from CUPE Manitoba president Paul Moist whose bail was over $150, to the sheriff Rik Panciera CUPE National rep who CUPE Local 3745 is proud to say were the one's who had him put in jail for $100, and to his CUPE Local 110 for raising his bail of $100.

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Mr.& Mrs. Bob Malazdrewich

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THE SHERIFF Rik Panciera CUPE National Representative

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Terry Egan President CUPE Local 110 Winnipeg School Division

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Paul Moist CUPE Local 500 President CUPE MANITOBA President

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Bonnie Klippenstein
Doug McLaughlin
Wendy Wellborn

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Linda Zelinski Sue Nathan Joe Da Silva CUPE 3465 Transcona Steve Edwards CUPE National Representative

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Terry Egan TV Interview

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Bob Caithness CUPE Local 3745 President River East School Division

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Richard Hares CUPE Local 3745 Chief Steward River East School Division

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Cinthea Kovacevich Recording Secretary CUPE 3745

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Irene Bernard CUPE Local 1112 President and Pat Nadeau

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Members from Seven Oaks and Transcona singing KARAOKE

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CUPE union members are welcome to use content with recognition of where it came from