Private Movie Viewing. 
For a child with autism and their family, a movie out can be daunting if not impossible.

Sponsors will enable Rotary Club of Victoria-Harbourside to invite youth and their families 
to a private Sensory-Sensitive-Screening (SSS) of the Superpower Dogs film, 
9:00 AM, Saturday, August 24th.
The Sensory-Sensitive-Screening will be played at a lower volume,  with some lighting on
and with movement encouraged. There will be service dogs on site.
Key Sponsors  
Join other community leaders and help make this event a success.
Sponsorship starts at $100.
Your investment will open the doors to kids and their families to attend the special SSS showing of the movie.
$300 Platinum Level:  30 seats.   
Your logo will be included here and the Times Colonist newspaper twice. 
(Please provide logo in high Resolution JPG, EPS or Vector format).
$200 Gold Level: 20 Seats.
Your name or corporate name included here and the Times Colonist newspaper twice. 
$100 Silver Level: 10 Seats.
Your name or corporate name included here and the Times Colonist newspaper twice. 
Contact Brian Shaughnessy by email ( or call/text 250-580-5553
Remaining proceeds to help train service dogs. 
Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, 
in attendance.

The Honourable Janet Austin was sworn in as the province’s 30th Lieutenant Governor in 2018. The Lieutenant Governor is appointed by the Governor General acting by and with the advice of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada. 
Also planning to attend is Vice-Regal Canine Consort MacDuff Austin-Chester- a charming and self-confident West Highland White Terrier- was born in Summerland, BC, on May 24, 2010. He was raised in Vancouver by the Lieutenant Governor and the Vice Regal Consort, both of whom he has appointed as his official Aides de Camp.  
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