Those members that attended out final meeting of 2017 were introduced to Darwin Wiggett's and Samantha Chrysanthou's new creation League Magazine. I think many of you might be able to relate to my response.
My initial reaction to a League subscription was something like "$50 for a magazine? I don't think so." But I got to thinking about it in terms of supporting something I believe in. From other things I support I get no tangible return on investment. OK, a tax deduction, but I'd rather have a nice photo magazine than save a few dollars on a $50 donation. So, I have become a subscriber.
If you believe that League is a worthwhile endeavor then I urge you to take the viewpoint that I expressed above and consider a subscription. You may even get some of your work published and get paid for it. That would probably cover the cost of the subscription.
Check it out here: League Magazine
Wishing all of you a wonderful 2018,
Emily Bedford from the Calgary Homeless Foundation accepted 37 framed photographs for Murray's House which will open in January end end homelessness for several Calgary families.
Over all over the last three years 126 pieces have been donated where residents are able to pick one for their suite and other pieces are used in social rooms. Donations have been placed in
Stepping Stone Manor, Providence House, Aurora on the Park and Murray's House.
There was also an instant print camera that got passed around.
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