The Good & The Bad

Door To Door Scams

A few weeks ago, I told you about some high school boys going door-to-door north of the Danforth collecting donations for their sports team.  Turns out, the boys were not canvassing on behalf of anyone but themselves.  Now more wise DECA members south of the Danforth have caught two ladies canvassing for a 20K juvenile diabetes walk on Thursday, Dec. 9th.  No such event exists (duh). Photos were taken of the two women and the police were called.  Police responded quickly and with much interest, but no word on whether the women have been located so be mindful when people come to your door asking for money.

East End Children’s Centre Annual Gala – I ‘Heart’ East York

This drop-in centre for children up to age six is in the Kimbourne Park United Church at 200 Wolverleigh.  It’s a god-send to many a parent and caregiver who need a place for the kids to play.  This year’s New York-themed event features Manhattan Martini Bar, Yankee Stadium Hot Dog Stand, Soho Sushi, Seinfeld’s ‘Mr.Sub’ Deli, Sex In The City Cupcakes – you get the idea.  Silent and live auction items are always fabulous.  Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.   The group ticket deal includes wine – cheers!  Contact them at 416-469-0495 for tickets or information.

CranioSacra Treatments

This summer, Nan Jokura, provided free CranioSacral treatments at the East Lynn Farmers’ Market to curious market-goers.  Now, Nana is offering 50% off your initial visit ($40) to DECA members if you contact her at before Nov.5th.


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