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MLA Bruce Ralston’s community office is preparing for a busy holiday season with events being planned from Diwali in November through to Lunar New Year in February 2019. In order to accomplish the planning, organization and implementation of these events a strong group of volunteers will be needed in the office and in the community. If you would like to assist the community office in fulfilling the work necessary for the events please consider attending our Volunteer Recruitment and Orientation day on Saturday October 13 at the community office, 10574 King George Blvd, from 2:00 to 4:00pm. We will be able to answer questions you may have and provide you with more details regarding the jobs needed to be filled over the winter months.

All skills will be necessary so if you have spare time and would like to volunteer with MLA Ralston’s team please join us on Saturday October 13!

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