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Mental health awareness supper and fundraiser planned in Carlyle

A mental health awareness supper and fundraiser is to be held Nov. 5 at the Carlyle Memorial Hall.  
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Dustin Boutin, Morgan Wasylyk and Tyler Matthewson are looking forward to the second annual mental health awareness supper.

CARLYLE — For the second straight year, Dustin Boutin and Tyler Matthewson have organized a mental health awareness supper and fundraiser. It is being held Nov. 5 at the Carlyle Memorial Hall.  

The 2021 inaugural event raised $33,000 with all proceeds donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association. A total of 145 people attended the supper last year with Jody Veroba as the guest speaker. 

This year’s speaker is Carlyle resident Morgan Wasylyk. She and Ty Currie are getting married next year and Kitt is their four-year old son. Wasylyk is self-employed as a mental health coach and is looking forward to participating.  

“I couldn’t be more honoured to be speaking at this far-reaching and impactful event. As a mental health coach, someone who has had her share of struggle, and advocate for holistic wellness, I know firsthand how important it is for us all to come together, support one another, but most importantly, make the most of our lives. 

“This, of course, includes finding comfort, healing and learning on a mind, body and soul level. I’m thrilled, and naturally a little nervous, to share my story but I hope it will ‘land’ with whoever needs it most. Thank you so much to Tyler and Dustin for involving me in this noble cause.”

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased at Merit Ford, the Queen of Hearts Beauty Lounge and Carlyle Home Hardware. Rylan and Cindy Weir of Manor are catering the supper.  

Matthewson is expecting another great evening of conversation and bringing mental awareness out in the open.

“It was a great fundraiser for mental health in 2021 and we expect it to be bigger and better this year. We are capping our numbers at 150 so we urge you to get your tickets today.”

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