Which was invented first…sliced bread, plastic, penicillin or television? What is Barbie’s full name and who is “smarter than the average bear”?
Show what you know! On Thursday, February 19th, 2015, Foster Townsend Graham & Associates is hosting their 3rd annual trivia evening and dinner benefit. MIND GAMES has become synonymous with brilliant fun and clever competition. Knowledge junkies and trivia addicts flock to create teams to square off against each other for fabulous prizes (iPad minis for the winning team this year).
This year all proceeds raised from this much anticipated event will go to the Children’s Health Foundation and directly to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Program; recognized throughout the city of London and the province of Ontario as a leader in children’s mental health services. The statistics speak much louder than those suffering with mental illness. One in five Ontario children and youth have a mental health problem.
This year’s event features an encore presentation of Chef Danny Galinou of Edgar & Joe’s Cafe (Goodwill Industries) and one of London’s most esteemed media personalities, Nick Paparella as host of the evening.
Foster Townsend Graham & Associates is pleased to be partnering with the following committed sponsors of the evening: Novus Rehabilitation, McKellar Structured Settlements, AssessMed Home, Davis Martindale, Steam Canada, Bonnie Pierotti Designs, Sprague Investigations Inc., Sterling Insurance Services, Dan Kelly Wealth Management, TKmac Support Services and Coldwell Banker Power Realty Brokerage.
3rd Annual Mind Games – a stellar evening of TRIVIA, DINNER & GREAT PRIZES in support of the Children’s Health Foundation.
Goodwill Industries, 255 Horton Street, London
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Doors open @ 5:30pm – Games begin @ 6:30pm
FYI: Plastic was invented in 1907, television followed in 1927 and then sliced bread and penicillin in 1928. Barbie’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts and Yogi Bear is smarter than the average bear.
Hope to see you there…