HERRNHUT STAR FOR HON. SUZANNE ANTON

Vancouver, B.C., May 24, 2016

A very special person received a Herrnhut Star!

Last week on Thursday the 19th of May, MyBrilliantStar attended the Spring Dinner of the German Canadian Business Association in Vancouver, B.C. The location was the marvelous Al Porto Restaurante in the historical neighborhood of Gastown.

The event had a special guest, namely Hon. Suzanne Anton (left in the photo underneath), who was speaking on the topic of LNG & CETA. Since 2013 Ms. Anton is the Attorney General and Minister of Justice for British Columbia.

After her speech, Beatrice Schreiber (president of the German Canadian Business Association) presented the special guest a special gift: a Herrnhut Star, sponsored by MyBrilliantStar! Ms. Anton was very happy to receive the star and thanked the German Canadian Business Association for the invitation and the Herrnhut Star.

Do you also want to receive a Herrnhut Star? Come see our complete collection of Herrnhut Stars. Amongst others you find stars in colors like red, blue and green. Take a look inside!

Have a nice day!
www.mybrilliantstar.com

 





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