To raise awareness for Alzheimer’s, Ping4Alzheimer, and Table Tennis for people with Parkinson’s in British Columbia on Saturday, September 9th, TT4EVER will be hosting a fundraiser tournament from 11am – 6:00pm at North Shore Table Tennis Club (1555 Forbes Avenue, North Vancouver) to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s, Ping4Alzheimer, and table tennis for individuals with Parkinson’s in British Columbia.
We hope to see you there!

TT4EVER is a non-profit organization that aims to promote table tennis in the greater community through events, tournaments, and Ping4Alzheimer (a program that uses table tennis to mitigate the impacts of Alzheimer’s and related dementia’s in seniors). 

NSTTS is non profit organization that aims to improve quality of lives and physical literacy of those who are engaging in Table Tennis activities regardless of their age, gender, physical ability or disability. Table Tennis is Sport for all.  

9:30 – 10:45am Players with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer
11am Recreational U-500 RR and Main draw
1pm Intermediate U-1000 RR and Main draw
 3pm Open RR and Main draw

Entry fee: $35 players are to register in 1 event only 

Prizes for all 3 main events:
1st place $100, 2nd place $70, 3rd place $50

Register at the link below:

TT4EVER Fundraiser Tournament Registration (BC) – Google Forms

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ABOUT ME I am a union and community activist with varied interests. These include: Politics, Social Justice, Canadian literature, the Opera, Theater, photography, golf (when it is not too serious), and walking the sea wall (when it is not raining too hard). I have also re-discovered my passion for Table Tennis, as both a sport and Leisure activity. In the fall of 2007 I suddenly lost my partner and the Love of my Life – Barb Brown. Included in her legacy to me are many fond memories, a wonderful family, and some very special friendships, and some of the more refined interests noted above. As an avid reader and CBC fan – I have yet to pick the winner on CBC’s “Canada Reads”. But I have found winners in the books nominated. One of my favorites is “Rock Bound” by Frank Parker Day – I recommend clearing your schedule before starting to read it. Since one of my two Bengal cats is named Rebus, some of you will rightly assume I am an Ian Rankin fan. My other cat is named Theo (short for Theophilus, which was the name of a character on the series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century). So in spite of my passion for Can Lit, I also enjoy good movies, mysteries, historical fiction, science fiction, and even non-fiction. In the non-fiction category; the Golden Spruce is one of my favorites, and is so well written that it was like reading a novel. Unfortunately my favourite bookseller Duthie Books closed at the end of February 2010. I am currently in the process of winding up AMM First Services Ltd,the consulting company I set up with my kids after retiring from CUPE in 2009.While The work I have been doing for Unions, NGO’s and non-profits has been rewarding, I am looking forward to devoting more time to my other interest.