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Finding Connextions

A new business on the Semiahmoo Peninsula aims to help busy single parents make a love connection.

White Rock Connextions, the brainchild of friends Tracey Ellis and Michelle Herlihy, aims to bring people together in “a safe, fun, relaxed environment.”

On Dec. 21, Connextions will host a speed-dating event at the Roadhouse Grille, which will also serve as a fundraiser for local food banks’ Basics For Babies campaign.

Tickets can be purchased at Menzone Hair Co. and Spa (1755 King George Blvd.).

 

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