Geroy Simon signing autographs in Langley

Former BC Lions star receiver will be at Langley's Pastime Sports on Feb. 23

Have your chance to say hello and sadly, goodbye to B.C. Lions hero Geroy Simon who will be signing autographs for free at Pasttime Sports in Langley this Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Simon was traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders after a long and successful career in B.C., where he won a pair of Grey Cups.

The first autograph is free and any follow up autographs are $10.

Simon is there to support the Men of Hope and the B.C. Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse.

Partial proceeds from the autographs will go to that cause.

Langley’s Andy Bhatti will be there at the signing as well. He is organizing a Men of Hope poker tournament being held April 6 at the Aldergrove Legion. Several celebrities are playing in the tournament.

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