MLA Mary Polak guest speaker at BPW event

Dinner meeting takes place Wednesday, Jan. 18 at Andreas Restaurant

Langley MLA Mary Polak at the Business & Professional Women dinner meeting on Jan. 18.

Langley MLA Mary Polak will be the guest speaker at Business & Professional Women (BPW) Langley’s next dinner meeting.

Taking place Wednesday, Jan. 18 at Andreas Restaurant, 20227 56 Ave., this special evening features dinner, advocacy, empowerment and supportive networking.

BPW is a non-sectarian, non-profit, and non-partisan organization that works to improve the economic, political, social and employment conditions of women in Canada.

The event starts with networking at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m.

Tickets are $26 for members, $32 for guests. Purchase online at http://www.bpwlangley.com/event/january-18-2017-dinner-meeting-with-mary-polak/ or email reservations@bpwlangley.com.

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