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Issue-oriented tea party

(L to R) Karina Cebuliak, Dr. Allison Patton and Lila McDougall at a recent Coffee, Tea, and Me, a series of Sunday afternoon conversations about issues such as the economy and the environment host by the local BC Conservative party constituency association.  - Contributed photo
(L to R) Karina Cebuliak, Dr. Allison Patton and Lila McDougall at a recent Coffee, Tea, and Me, a series of Sunday afternoon conversations about issues such as the economy and the environment host by the local BC Conservative party constituency association.
— image credit: Contributed photo

This coming Sunday afternoon, the president of the Surrey-White Rock constituency association for the BC Conservatives will be hosting another in a series of issue-oriented “Coffee, Tea, and Me” conversations featuring Dr. Allison Patton.

The topic at the July 29 event is “Healthcare: How Do We Fix A Broken System?

It will be held at 3566 King George Blvd. from 2 to 4 p.m.

The free event is billed as a forum for public interaction with the local party association and “a social setting for people to get to know Dr. Patton” according to a party press release.

On Aug. 5 the topic will be the economy, Aug. 12, the environment, Aug. 19, the media, and the Aug. 26 event will discuss seniors’ issues.

For more information on the conversation series, call 604-538-8837.

 

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