Best every Gung Haggis Fat Choy Dinner – Big hearted thanks to our performers, volunteers, & audience

Special thanks to EVERYBODY
that made Gung Haggis happen!

Gung Haggis Fat Choy would not happen without you
all. Lots of people said it was the BEST yet…

Special thanks to our audience who continue to attend and tell their friends, our performers and volunteers – without which this event could not happen.

Thank you to:
Carl and Charlie, for sound and stage support that made everything seem
Tetsuro, Jenna and Patrick – for being great co-hosts, sharing yourselves and being great sports
Jocelyn, Siew and Joel Pettit for wonderful music that filled hearts
Brad for your poetry – I LOVE that whale poem – an equivalent to “To A
Mouse”
Leith – for your Burns expertise (you're going to be on CNN cutting the
haggis)
Trish and Allan for continued bagpipe support
Joe – for every thing we do together
Jay – for taking command of “Robbie Burns Dinner”
Jeff – for your thoughtful film that got many heads nodding
Jaime – for your accapella singing that sent chills down spines
Don – for your enthusiasm and ideas
Bob – for the inspiration of the Gung Haggis Pipes & Drums that gets
people on their feet
Cassandra and the others who aren't on this email (Brenda, Bill, Danny,)
Debbie and Dave – for leading our dragonboat volunteers
Patricia – for organizing our Ricepaper and ACWW volunteers
Lydia for being our photographer and making us look good
Floata Restaurant – for cooking up a fantastic meal – even if you did burst the casing on the haggis.

Lots of comments from the regulars….  “Best Ever”

CNN reporter Percy Von Lipinski – said the first 10 minutes exceeded his
expectations, and kept doing so!  It will be a 4 minute piece, and we
will inform you….

Pictures and Videos coming soon!

Next Gung Haggis Fat Choy Robbie Burns Dinner in Vancouver will be….
January 22nd, Sunday – Chinese New Year Eve.
Floata Restaurant
Vancouver Chinatown

Cheers, Todd

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