A hand up for the food bank

Local talent shines at A Night on Broadway, a Surrey Food Bank fundraiser.

Members of the White Rock Children’s Choir sang at A Night on Broadway at the

Surrey Arts Centre on Saturday (Sept. 29). The two-show gala concert, produced by

acclaimed Surrey vocalists Christopher Simmons and Debra Da Vaughn, is an annual

musical fundraiser for the Surrey Food Bank.

The total raised has not been tallied.

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