Chapters Night – Nov 28, 2011

‘Swansea School Council is running a FUNdraising event at Chapters Runnymede on Monday, November 28th called ‘Chapters Night’. Come and bring your family and friends and experience a magical night!

‘Start with beverages and treats served at the front door, and then fill out the ballot and you could win 1 of 2 $20 Chapters Gift Cards as the Door Prize, which you receive that night at 8pm.’

Our music teacher has organised student performers to entertain everyone from 6-8pm. Is your child one of the performers? We have front row seating, or balcony views, for you to enjoy.

‘The fundraising happens when your family and friends do their holiday shopping! Tell the cashier you’re a fundraiser guest when you make a product purchase between 6-9pm, without your irewards discount card, and 15% of it will go towards the school. If you want to make a more immediate donation to the school library, please feel free to purchase a recently published book, hardcover storybooks are the librarians book of choice, that you can drop off in the donation box by the gift wrap table.’

Need some inspiration for gift giving? We have our student body Top 10 favourite book list, as well as book picks from our Principal, Vice-Principal, and Librarian. Don’t forget that they offer Toys, Games, Electronics, Music, Movies, Home Decor, and Stocking Stuffers. Want to keep some of those purchases secret or get them already ready for giving? Take advantage of the free ‘Indigo Kids’ gift wrapping, or include your choice of Gift Wrap in your purchase, to have your gifts wrapped by our trained volunteers.

Enjoy this holiday knowing that you’ve not only made great gift choices, but you’ve also helped the school raise money for its books. If you have any further questions regarding this event, please feel free to call the store at 416-761-9773, or reach Claudia Winkelmann, the parent organizer, at

Note: The store will be open until 9pm and the public will have access during the fundraiser, so please keep your precious children close.’

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