Langley Elks are holding a hotdog fundraiser this Saturday at the Save-On-Foods in Langley City.

Elks host food drive and hotdog sale on Saturday in downtown Langley

The Langley lodge of the Elks are raising food and funds for the Sources Langley Food Bank this Saturday.

The Elks Club has always been a service organization focused on helping families, and in particular children in need.

Kids are once again the focus of the local organization’s efforts, with a food- and fundraiser, as well as a hotdog sale, being planned this weekend in downtown Langley City.

The food drive is being held this coming Saturday, Nov. 19 in the Save-On-Foods parking lot, at 20151 Fraser Hwy., with members collecting money and non-perishable food for the Sources Langley Food Bank from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

As well, the team will be selling hotdogs by donation, with all money raised from their grilling efforts also going to the food bank, said the Elks’ second vice-president Karen Anderson.

Langley Elks #259 has its clubhouse in Brookswood, and is always looking for new members. For information, people can call Lynn at 604-427-1939 or email at langleyelks@gmail.com.

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