Watts to address Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce

Surrey mayor to speak at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce's October networking luncheon at Fraser Downs.

Dianne Watts is on a new track after serving three terms as mayor of Surrey.

In what will be one of her last public engagements as mayor of Surrey, Dianne Watts will be speaking to the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce at its October luncheon.

Watts, who is stepping down after serving three terms as mayor, recently announced she is seeking the Conservative Party of Canada’s nomination in South Surrey-White Rock.

Surrey voters go to the civic polls on Nov. 15.

The Cloverdale Chamber’s networking luncheon is Tuesday, Oct. 14 at Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino, 17755 60 Avenue (starting at 11:30 a.m.).

Tickets are $20 for members, and $30 for non-members.

For more information, call the chamber at 604-574-9802, email clovcham@axion.net, or visit www.cloverdale.bc.ca.

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