NDP leader Adrian Dix will speak at a party fundraiser in South Surrey Oct. 13.

Dix to speak at South Surrey NDP fundraiser

Provincial NDP leader Adrian Dix will speak at a party fund raiser in South Surrey on Saturday, Oct. 13.

Provincial NDP leader Adrian Dix will speak at a party fund raiser in South Surrey on Saturday, Oct. 13.

The $100-a-ticket 5:30 p.m. dinner promises each participant a chance to talk directly with Dix.

One chair at each table will be left empty for the leader of the official opposition party to go tablehopping.

“Here’s your chance then to ask the questions you wanted to ask, or give a message to the man who will very possibly be the premier of British Columbia by the end of next May,” an NDP press release states.

The dinner will be held at the Pacific Inn, described by the same press release as a “fine establishment, with union labor.”

The release goes on to say the tickets are considered tax-deductible donations to the party.

For tickets or more information call Bill at 604-536-7534.

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