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By admin | November 11, 2009

826 Johnson St.


Weds Nov 11, 2009

Victoria, B.C.:      The International Hempology 101 Society is proud to announce its 7th annual Silent Art Auction on Sun Nov 15, 2009 and 15th International Medical Marijuana Day Rally.   All bidding will close at 4:20 pm, Sunday, November 15th.  The rally commences at 12 noon, November 15th at the Minister of Health’s office, corner of Pandora and Blanchard.  The City of Victoria has officially declared Nov. 15 as International Medical Marijuana Day since 2002.

All proceeds from the Silent Art Auction go to benefit Kevin Wilde, a member of the Cannabis Buyer’s Club of Canada, and Cherrie Manzon, his landlady. Kevin was busted recently for trying to grow his own medicine.  His landlady Cherrie has incurred close to $5000 in penalties and by-law fines thus far from the municipality of Langford, and the house has been condemned.  Kevin is homeless until the house is cleaned and inspected.  Kevin had less than 40 plants in the garage.

With 23 different pieces of art from over 19 different compassionate artists, there is a plethora of beauty to behold at 7th Annual International Hempology 101 Society’s Silent Art Auction.  Artists such as David Calles, Virginia Smallfry, Fayaz Kara, Steve (Walbran) Pittner, Al Cowie, Terry Finnie, Helen Bryes and the late Paula Hill have generously donated their work to help Kevin and Cherrie.

Everyone is encouraged to come down to the International Hempology 101 Society, located at 826 Johnson St. to see the fabulous wall of art and bid in support of Kevin and Cherrie. Don’t forget to join us at the International Medical Marijuana Day Rally at the ministry to shout your support of ending the prohibition of this healing plant.

For more information see, email or call 250-381-4220.

Topics: Articles, CD-16th, Winter 2008 | 1 Comment »


  1. admin Says:
    November 16th, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    We had a wonderful time yesterday at IMMD. About 100 people from all areas of our community, including the news, showed up for the cookie giveaway. We ended the day with the conclusion of our annual art auction. This year all the proceeds raised are going to Kevin Wilde. We managed to raise about $1500 to help out Kevin and his land lady Cherrie with their fight against the City of Langford. A big thank you to all who donated time, art or money to the art auction, and for all of our success.