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Celebrities will wrap Christmas gifts Saturday at Willowbrook

On Saturday, Dec. 10, there will be an opportunity to have Christmas presents wrapped by celebrities at Willowbrook Shopping Centre.

On hand from 10 to 11 a.m. will be a member of the Grey Cup-winning B.C. Lions, Neil McKinley. Others on the list are celebrity TV chefs, an author, television producer, mayors, singers and a CBC personality

All proceeds go to Langley School District Foundation, and will be used for special equipment and programs for local schools.

Willowbrook Shopping Centre’s Charity Gift Wrap Centre operates until Dec. 24. It is located on the north side of Willowbrook, between Panda and Ardene. The Gift Wrap Centre offers a convenient wrap service to shoppers that includes a selection of eco-friendly wrap, ribbon, tissue, and bags. Proceeds from the gift wrap services will go to the Langley School District Foundation to help fund innovative programs at Langley schools.

Other celebrities who will be at Willowbrook on Saturday include: AJ Woodworth, country artist; Mark Forsythe, host of CBC Almanac radio show; Langley’s own singing sensation Cole Armour; Peter Fassbender, Langley City Mayor; Jack Froese, Township of Langley Mayor; Lee Aaron, award-winning Canadian rock and jazz musician; Emily Taylor Adams, country artist; Anthony Sedlak, Canadian chef and host of Food Network Canada's "The Main"; Angie Quaale, local chef and owner of Well Seasoned Gourmet Food Store; author Craig Spence and Jinder Oujla-Chalmers, creator of the Global TV show Combat Hospital.

Visit shopwillowbrook.com for the full celebrity schedule.

The celebrities will autograph gifts personally for a donation (minimum $10 – cash only) to the Langley School District Foundation. Shoppers are invited to take advantage of this celebrity gift wrap service and give family and friends extraordinary wrapped gifts this year.

 

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