Donors

 

For several years, our labyrinth was just a dream, but now it's very real! Where these children once played on one of our temporary labyrinths, the permanent labyrinth now stands.


 







This would not have been possible without the generous help of our donors:

We’d like to acknowledge early Labyrinth Builders in the area: 

Sage Barrett, Donna Nett and Imhotep.



Great Gratitude for those  responsible for spear heading

Fund Raising, Vision and Construction .

Dorothy Brown, Nadiene Eaton,

Shane & Joanne Harris, Bryan Klein, Brenda Lucas, 

Maureen Mason, Donna Nett, Lila Pepin, 

Pat Sommerville, Mary Spensley, 

Jennifer and Ron Taylor,

Shirley Throop, and  Connie Walton.

Navarro Family

Nejmah Guermoudi   

Nelson Area Waldorf

   School

Nelson Ready-Mix

Nelson District Credit

   Union

Nett Family Trust

Oso Negro


Pamela A Stevenson

Pamela Guille

Pamela Kristen

Patricia Bambrick

Patricia Gibson

Pauline Rutherglen

Penny Pillatt

Peter & Bonnie Williams

Peter Eaton

Pippa Dean-Veermann

Prestige Lakeside Resort


Randall Cannon

Randy Shoak

Richard Wallen

Rick & Lorill Harding

RNABC Nelson Chapter

Robin Cherbo

Ron Taylor

Rosling Real Estate

Royal Bank of Canada

Ruth Beck

 

Sage Berrett

Saint Saviour's Anglican

    Church

Sandra Ramsay

Save-On Foods

Shane Harris

Sharon Cartwright

Sharon Connaughty

Shirley Jemson

Slava Estok

Sonia Freno

Sri Aurobindo

Tammy Adkin

Terence Buie

Teresa Christianson

Trevor Simpson

Unity Centre of the

   Kootenays

Ursula Ringwald


Verna Barone

Virginia Lonesky

 


Will Dafoe

Willie Brink

Wolf Willow

 

 


Private Donation received from Jennifer Lount-Taylor and Ron Taylor

Donation of Skills, Committment and Hard Work.

Corporate Donations:

Jennifer Lount-Taylor receives

donation from the Credit Union

2002-2004

Jennifer Lount-Taylor

Jeremy Bateson

Jerry & Linda

   Sussenguth

Jetty Ter Haar Romeny

Jill Cormie

Joanna Tharalson

Joanne Harris

Joan Posivy & Carl

   Masewich

Dr. John & Nancy

   Mackay

John Alton

John Tucker

Jonas E. Egundsgatan

Jonas Ehrenpreis

Jude & Claire Davison

Judy & Gary Kenny


Kathy Kelly

Karen Hornby

Kathleen Towne

Kelly Toole

Dr. Ken Muth

Kevin McKenzie

Kootenay Bakery

Kootenay Clan Mothers

Kootenay Co-Op Store

Kootenay Internet

     Communications Society


Lakeside Physiotherapy 

      & Sports Injury Clinic

Lilith Swetland

Linda & Robert 

   Rutherglen

Linda Hunter

Linda McIntyre

Linda Mores

Lisa Hansbury

Lorenda Shandler

Lorill Harding

Lotus Atisha

Dr. Loren Kozak


Maglio Building Centre

Margaret Stegman

Marianneke Heringa

Marlene Charles

Marsha A. Preston

Mary Spensley

Maureen Jansma

Maureen Mason

Max the Jeweller

M.B. Holland

Melody Ogilvy

Mike Rella

Melissa Pfannenstiel &

   Tim Thomas

Mona & Lyle Lippert

Morgan Obendorfer

Murray Mason

Mutual Materials


Nadiene Eaton

Nancy Patterson

Nancy Halliwell

Nancy Klossner

Natalie Weeks

Nate Harris

Anat Grebler

Academy of Classical

   Oriental Science     

Andreas Novella

Anne DeGrace

Argenta , Nelson & area

   Quakers


Bank of Montreal

Barbara Morson

Bob & Cindy Reid

Bonnie Williams

Brenda Lucas

Brenda Woolner

Brent Ogilvy

Bruce MacDonald

Bryan Klein


Carol F. Pederson

Catherine M. Symonds

Catherine Manson

Celesttina Hart

Christina Pepin

CIBC Retired

   Employees

City of Nelson

Colleen Driscoll

Connie & Moe Walton

Cynthia Sprout


Dancing Bear Inn

Dania KalTara

Dave Brown

Dave & Sheila Martin

David & Jill Polay

Deborah Yanchula

Dennis Zomerschoe

Dianne Dietrick

Don Crispin

Don McKay

Donald Faust

Donna Nett

Dorothy Brown

Doug & Lois Pierik



Edward & Carol Allan

Elizabeth Nett

E. Mason



Faith Gordon

Fay Stoutenburg


Glenda Miller

Glenn & Shirley Throop

Gord McAdams


Hanna Cullen

Herb Walsh


Ian & Jane Gower

Ida Jean Jones

Irene Huntley


J &C Walton

Janice Lohan &

   Reinhard Trouter

Janice McMurray

Jansma Family

Jennifer & Barry Rice

Last updated March 13,  2011

e-mail us at

chartlabyrinth@gmail.com

 

There have been many who have contributed in many ways.

As you move through the photos throughout this site you’ll

see folks digging, fund raising, and offering of themselves

so that the Labyrinth is now a reality in Nelson.


We Give Thanks.