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Come Share turns 35

The South-Surrey-based Seniors Come Share Society turns 35 this year.

It currently provides assistance to 25,000 people a year in Surrey and White Rock and executive director Sue McIntosh says at least another 25,000 are helped indirectly.

The society is marking its anniversary with a variety of public education events to raise awareness about seniors’ needs.

On Oct. 29, McIntosh will be presenting “How Do You Want To Be Treated In Your Golden Years?” at White Rock council.

For more information, visit  http://comeshare.ca/

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