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As part of the 2007 worldwide celebration of Homeopathy Awareness, members of Canadian Society of Homeopaths joined thousands of homeopaths around the world in supporting Homeopathy Awareness Week from April 10 to 16, 2007.
In Canada, over 50 homeopathic educational events and promotions were held from coast to coast, including free introductory talks and teleclasses, meet & greets, mini-clinics, information sessions, open houses, and local media events. Many CSH members also offered special discounts and draws during the month of April.
A special feature of this year's HAW was a fundraising raffle for the introductory books listed on the back of our Homeopathy Awareness bookmark, all of which were kindly donated by Minimum Price Homeopathic Books. Members across the country sold tickets at various HAW events, raising $624 to help fund the Society's operations. Winners of the HAW Raffle are:
● Susan Andrews of St Thomas, ON
PRIZE: Homeopathy for Children by Gabrielle Pinto & Murray Feldman
● Sally Bradbury of Langley, BC
PRIZE: Complete Homeopathy Handbook by Miranda Castro
● Sandra Hogenbom of Fort St. John, BC
PRIZE: Everybody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicine by Stephen Cummings
and Dana Ullman
● Heather Legere of Truro, NS
PRIZE: Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs by Don Hamilton
● Catherine Reid of Kingston, ON
PRIZE: Impossible Cure: the promise of Homeopathy by Amy Lansky
CSH Members in Action . . .
In Surrey, BC:
Ram Sarup Saini hosts Homeopathy Awareness tent at the annual Vaisakhi Festival in Surrey. [MORE]
In Vancouver, BC:
Ram Sarup Saini takes Homeopathy Awareness to the annual Vaisakhi Parade in Vancouver where tens of thousands celebrate the birth of the Sikh identity. [MORE]
In Beaumont, AB:
Library display by Heather Hawthorne demonstrates how a few props and handouts can create an effective introduction to homeopathy.
In Halifax, NS:
CSH members Joan Macdonald and Delia Pettit had a great time meeting the public and handing out CSH and WHAW information at their Meet n Greet information booth at the Halifax Farmers' Market.
Pictured below: Joan Macdonald (L) and Delia Pettit (R) with Mary Hamblin, proprietor of Life's Good Soup.