(Special to the Langley Advance)

Langley Advance contest winner is ‘Glow’ing

Furheen Chaundhry and family joined thousands discovering Langley’s newest holiday event in Milner.

Furheen Chaudhry was one of the winners of the Langley Advance Glow Christmas contest, and as such spent Saturday night discovering the new Christmas market and light exhibit with her Langley family.

She was joined by her husband Emran Butt, their six-year-old son, Aariz, and their three-year-old daughter, Salehna, at the Milner Village Garden Centre’s new holiday event that runs through until Dec. 30.

“We had a great time,” Chaudhry said. “It was really well done. You should head out there if you get a chance.”

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