X-Message-Number: 2836
Subject: Canadian CRYONICS Pool Party
From:  (Ben Best)
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 1994 02:34:00 -0400


   The Cryonics Society of Canada is having its 1994 annual Pool Party
on Saturday, July 16th from 3pm to 7pm.  The pool is available for
those who wish to swim and some food & drink will be provided, but it
won't hurt to bring you favorite drinks & snacks.  This is a strictly
non-smoking event.

   A special guest will be cryonicist Paul Wakfer, who is returning to
Toronto after working for 2 years in California with Mike Darwin ("the
world's most experienced cryonicist"). In California Paul had the
opportunity to participate in the cryopreservation ("freezing") of five
persons.  Paul also played a key role in the formation of the new
cryonics organization CryoCare.  He founded and continues to head the
long-term patient storage organization CryoSpan.  Paul's next interest
is to get involved with a research project aimed at freezing human
brains without loss of viability.

   This event is open to all persons interested in life extension and
cryonics. It is being held at the Toronto home of Cryonics Society of
Canada Director Bruce Waugh.  Bruce's home is located about ten blocks
north of Eglinton, near Avenue Road.  Those interested in coming should
contact Ben Best to get the exact address -- so we can have an idea how
many people to expect. Arrival or departure anytime between 3 pm and
7 pm is fine (the party often runs over-time).

    DATE: Saturday, July 16th, 3 pm to 7 pm

    LOCATION: Home of Bruce Waugh in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    CONTACT: Ben Best (416) 862-3193 (weekdays, messages)
                      (416) 534-0967 (weekends, messages)

   Only for last minute decisions (July 16)

              contact Bruce Waugh directly: (416) 480-0239

             -- Ben Best (ben.best%)

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