Over-50 expo planned for White Rock

An information expo for people aged 50 and older is planned for Saturday, May 26 at the Star of the Sea Community Centre in White Rock.

Hosted by Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale MP Russ Hiebert, the 50+ EXPO is to take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and offer information on "a variety of topics applicable to the lives of those 50 years of age and older in our community."

Among those scheduled to present are author Mahara Sinclaire and representatives of the B.C./Yukon Royal Canadian Legion, Service Canada and Nurse Next Door Vancouver.

The expo will also have booths featuring local organizations, will and estate planners, federal departments and more.

Prizes up for grabs are to include a $200 gift card for Victory Memorial Funeral Centre, $150 gift certificates to Mountainview Wellness Centre and an original oil painting from Mikelson Mind and Matter Art Gallery.

The community centre is located at 15262 Pacific Ave. For more information on the expo, call Hiebert's constituency office at 604-542-9495.

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