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Raising a glass for Rotary wine festival

Doug Snow, the general manager of Lougheed Town Centre, and Gloria Wing-Staudt, of the Rotary Club of Burnaby-Metrotown, examine wine from one of the 17 BC wineries that will be represented at the club
Doug Snow, the general manager of Lougheed Town Centre, and Gloria Wing-Staudt, of the Rotary Club of Burnaby-Metrotown, examine wine from one of the 17 BC wineries that will be represented at the club's 11th annual Wine, Food and Music Festival to be held at Lougheed Town Centre on June 9. Proceeds from the event go to various charities including the Down Syndrome Research Foundation, Rotary literacy programs and polio eradication. Tickets are available at the mall's customer service office at 604-421-2282 or from Investors Group at 604-431-0117.
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Doug Snow, the general manager of Lougheed Town Centre, and Gloria Wing-Staudt, of the Rotary Club of Burnaby-Metrotown, examine wine from one of the 17 BC wineries that will be represented at the club's 11th annual Wine, Food and Music Festival to be held at Lougheed Town Centre on June 9. Proceeds from the event go to various charities including the Down Syndrome Research Foundation, Rotary literacy programs and polio eradication.

 

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