On August 30 Milner Gardens presented the Langley Food Bank with $3

Femme Funds for Food Bank

On August 30 Milner Gardens presented the Langley Food Bank with $3,340.03, raised at their Fete for the Food Bank

On August 30 Milner Gardens presented the Langley Food Bank with $3,340.03, raised at their Fete for the Food Bank, held August 20.

The Fete for the Food Bank was the first annual event held at Milner Gardens in support of local community organizations.

This all-ladies event brought together more than 200 ladies from the community, and over 25 local and home businesses.

Local businesses and public contributed time, effort, and donations.

From left, Miranda Kuik (garden centre staff), George Vandergugten (Langley Food Bank Administrator), Clair Campagna (garden centre staff), Fiona Jansen (garden centre manager), Lydia Dreigen (event coordinator), and Karlee Slaa (event coordinator).

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