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Summerside Spring Gala


THE MENU – We’re excited to be partnering again with Chef Emily McKeown of Fiveleven West.  Chef Emily creates seasonal menus to reflect what is fresh & tasty throughout the year – so don’t expect the same items as last year – change keeps her team inspired & on their toes!

OUR EMCEE – Jeremy MacDonald is a local sports announcer whose voice can be heard at numerous venues throughout the Island including serving as the voice of the Summerside Western Capitals for the last nine years.

ENTERTAINMENT – Brian J Dunn is a singer-songwriter who delights his audiences with a blend of music and humour. A background of home-grown Celtic-Folk, coupled with the eclectic soulful and easy groove of the deep south (picked up while performing along the Gulf coast from Biloxi to New Orleans), has resulted in a unique yet familiar Americana music style you’re sure to enjoy.  Brian will be joined on stage by fellow musician Jon Matthews.



LIVE & SILENT AUCTION – Lucky attendees will have a chance to bid on some really great prizes including two tickets anywhere West Jet flies (subject to blackout dates).  Check back for a list of live and silent auction items as well as details on raffles.


THE CAUSE – The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI (CMHA-PEI) Division is a community-based organization that began it’s work on PEI as a division of CMHA National in 1959. Their mandate is “Mental Health for All”.  Their mission is to promote the health of all Islanders by enabling individuals, groups and communities to increase their control over, and enhance, their mental health.

Over 150 volunteers and 50+ support staff provide programs and services, education and information, research, advocacy and social policy development designed to help all Islanders improve their mental health.CMHA-PEI has offices, programming space and housing units in Charlottetown, Summerside and Alberton.

The Summerside Spring Gala is an initiative spearheaded by a volunteer planning committee and supported by CMHA staff members. Money raised goes to support programs and services in Prince County.





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