Surrey Board of Trade CEO Anita Huberman (centre) presents Surrey Food Bank officials – including executive director Marilyn Herrmann (second from right) – and volunteers with proceeds of SBOT's annual Christmas Seasonal Sizzle Business Reception.

In the business of giving

Surrey Board of Trade's Christmas Seasonal Sizzle Business Reception raised $1,500 for the Surrey Food Bank.

Surrey Board of Trade’s annual Christmas Seasonal Sizzle Business Reception raised $1,500 for the Surrey Food Bank.

The Dec. 2 event, held at the Riverside Signature Banquet Hall and attended by more than 400 business people, also collected 400 pounds of food.

Proceeds were presented to food bank executive director Marilyn Herrmann and volunteers.



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