Friday, November 10, 2017

Meet The Sisters - On Outlook TV

(L-R) Paladin ‘lil Randy, Sister Petunia Encarnata and Revered Mother Diversity Rains

The Sisters recently took part in the Canada-wide Cultural Days. These 3 beautifully JOYFUL beings participated in a Meet-and-Greet where they manifested while talking about their calling to be a Sister and the importance of their work. Their stories are documented in Ann OUTLook TV segment in the October 2017 2nd Show. Go to OutlookTV.ca to watch their stories. 


Pawing and Flying up the Garden of Sisters

(L-R) Novice Sister Gardens Omen, Guard Flying Ace and Novice Sister Kay-Nine

The Vancouver Sisters Joyfully celebrate the elevation of 3 members. Introducing Novice Sister Gardens Omen, Guard Flying Ace and Novice Sister Kay-Nine. Their Aspirant and Postulant journeys have been fruitful and soaring. Their contributions have been evident and generous. One JOY, More JOY, 3 times Always JOY!

Welcome Sisters!

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Huntington Fundraiser

(L-R) Sister Fancy Pants, Reverend Mother Diversity Rains, Postulant Suspicious Package

The Sisters were out for a fundraiser for the Huntington's Disease Research.  This disease is close to the Sisters' hearts because one of our Saints is inflicted with this disease.  St. Jane See-More is a community leader who has worked tirelessly to ensure that Vancouver has access to LGBT publications by operating Little Sister's Bookstore.

And again, The Junction was there to support the community by hosting this Hallow's Eve fundraiser.  The majority of supporters tonight were all dolled-up in costumes as imaginative as the KFC Colonel, IT clown and Mr. Taco.

The Sisters were there to help up-sell the Silent Auction as well as sell 50/50 raffle tickets.  $350 raffle tickets from a few hours of joyous work.  Amazing!

Many thanks to also to the drag group, The Brat Pack for contributing performances to enthral the audiences.

To find out more about this disease and how you can help, please visit http://chd.med.ubc.ca/

Monday, October 9, 2017

Ruff-in' It!

(L-R) Reverend Mother Diversity, Sisters Petunia and Tora and Paladin Pebbles

The Sisters were Ruff-in' it again at the Thanksgiving Ruff Party hosted by MN Events.  Ruff Parties brings together men of all shapes, sizes and tribes for a night of dancing, sweating and stripping.  By the end of the night, party-goers are usually down to their undies, and some even start out that way.  ;)

MN Events have been an amazing supporter of the Vancouver Sisters.  Each party they host, we are invited to work the door in exchange for a donation to the Sisters Grant Fund.  Plus, any fundraising they do throughout the year goes towards the same Fund.  THANK YOU MN EVENTS!

https://www.mnevents.ca/

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Stack the Qmunity Rack

(Standing L-R) Sisters Fancy, Bodice, Festivus, Diversity and Merry Q.
(Kneeling L-R) Paladin 'lil Randy and Sister Petunia

The Sisters were out in full force for Stack the Rack, a fundraiser for Qmunity, "a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of queer, trans and Two-Spirit peoples".  Stack the Rack is an annual wine tasting event now in its 7th year that raises fund to further develop programming for members of the community.

The Vancouver Sisters were honoured to be a Gold Level sponsor as well as hosts for the evening.  The Sisters were at their fundraising best with past Reverend Mother Alma Bitches serving as hosts, Sister Festivus singing and Paladin 'lil Randy performing, Sister Merry Q doing the "ask" for live donations and current Reverend Mother Diversity doing the closing blessing, the event was blanketed with the utmost JOY!

Tonight was a wonderful representation of the power of positive community!  So many people attended this event to help such a worth cause.  The room was packing, the drinks were flowing and the money was raising!  Tonight, the community showed up for Qmunity!

https://qmunity.ca/