Former CFLers speaking at Rams banquet

Angus Reid, Will Loftus will speak at Redwoods Golf Course on March 31

A pair of former Canadian Football League players will speak at a fundraising dinner next week in Langley.

Angus Reid will be the keynote speaker and Will Loftus the guest speaker at the Canadian Junior Football League’s Supporting Futures Fundraising Dinner on March 31.

It will be held at Redwoods Golf Course (22011 88 Ave.).

The event is being organized by the Langley Rams and proceeds from the dinner will support player education through the Jake Gulka Memorial Scholarship Fund.

There will a silent auction as well.

Tickets are $100 and can be ordered either online or by contacting Chris Swartz at 604-788-4183 or

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:15 p.m.


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