King's Harvest Banquet & Silent Auction 2018
You are warmly invited to join fellow alumni, supporters, faculty, staff, and friends to celebrate God's goodness with an evening of dinner, entertainment, and a silent auction.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
5 - 9:30 p.m.
(doors open at 5 p.m. for a reception with cash bar and appetizers)
The King’s University Gymnasium
9125 50 ST NW, Edmonton, Alberta
General ticket - $75
Table of 10 - $700
If you are a King's employee, please purchase your ticket here.
Included with your admission:
Browse and bid on our unique silent auction showcasing talents, treasures, and gifts donated by members of the King's community. The funds raised from the auction items support essential scholarships and bursaries for our amazing students.
After the auction, sit down to a delicious Thanksgiving meal. If you have special dietary restrictions, please let us know.
Jenny McAlister (BA ’02) will explore the intriguing world of mental health with her topic: “We are all in this together: The ties between community and mental health.”
Jenny is a registered psychologist providing counselling, psychotherapy, and consultation to various clients through her practice in Edmonton. Jenny also provides clinical supervision and serves as a public member on Alberta’s Mental Health Review Panel. As a proud King’s alumna, Jenny regularly engages with the King’s community, most recently as a matching donor for the Giving Tuesday #JointheResilience campaign supporting King's mental health initiatives. Jenny leads a balanced, active life in Edmonton with her husband and three busy children.
Enjoy the striking cords from Ann Vriend ('98) and her band.
Ann is known for her soaring Aretha-esque vocals, and her lyrical and melodic abilities as a songwriter. With a compelling combination of resilience and vulnerability, she delivers her unique brand of gritty, inner-city soul--and sometimes funky old-school dance party.
Coming from Edmonton’s east side, and calling the McCauley inner-city neighbourhood home, Vriend does not shy away from difficult social issues. Instead, she contributes her Canadian brand of R&B in the tradition of soul artists who deliver stunning recordings and performances that are contagiously fun and socially thought provoking.