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Dine and dance for the animals at SPCA fundraiser

The BC SPCA’s Surrey branchis hosting an Animal Lovers Gala Dinner and Auction at Northview Golf & Country Club on Saturday, March 3. -
The BC SPCA’s Surrey branchis hosting an Animal Lovers Gala Dinner and Auction at Northview Golf & Country Club on Saturday, March 3.
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The BC SPCA’s Surrey branch invites you to an evening of dining, dancing and entertainment at Northview Golf & Country Club on Saturday, March 3.

The evening, which includes dinner, live entertainment, dancing, silent and live auctions, prizes and more, benefits the 3,700 abused, neglected, homeless and injured animals cared for by the Surrey SPCA branch each year.

“This is our eighth annual Animal Lovers Gala, and each year it gets better and better,” says BC SPCA volunteer and event organizer Michelle Grant.

In addition to the live and silent auctions, this year’s gala will feature a musical tribute to Michael Buble by SWAY and a gourmet buffet.

The host and emcee for the gala will be Global TV’s Mark Madryga.

Tickets for the event, which takes place from 6 p.m. to midnight, are $125 or $1,000 for a table of 10. An official tax receipt in the amount of $50 will be issued for each ticket purchased.

Tickets can be purchased online at spca.bc.ca/surreygala or by email at surreyevents@spca.bc.ca.

The Northview Golf & Country Club is located at 6857 168 Street.

 

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