Langley Faces and Places… Aug. 20

Langley Faces and Places… Aug. 20, 2015

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Contests for kids: Laverne Pringle welcomed families to the Elks table at the Arts Alive.

Elks Brenda and Ron met up with Korki the clown at the walk-a-thon.

Bob Pringle presented a cheque to Noreen Simmons and Lisa Roghales of the BC Family Hearing Resource Society during the Walk-A-Thon.

Grilling up a storm: Dave Deyette (in red) and Ray Wojtas cooked at the Walk-A-Thon.

Snazzy fashions: Brenda Ormond and Curtis Reeve are members of the Elks lodge who helped out at Arts Alive.

Drawn to art: The Langley Elks hosted a drawing contest for kids at the annual Arts Alive festival this year. Laverne and Bob Pringle, celebrated the club’s 80th anniversary.

 

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