Staging elbow grease

Fraser Valley Gilbert & Sullivan Society needs help in their Surrey warehouse.

The Fraser Valley Gilbert & Sullivan Society (FVGSS) needs extra hands to with upgrades to the FVGSS warehouse.

The society is asking for volunteers on Tuesday nights in July and August from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at their warehouse, located at Unit #2 12357 82A Ave.

They are building walls, building shelves, doing electrical upgrades, installing doors, moving set pieces and flats, sorting/storing props and costumes, painting and cleaning up.

Any help is welcome, including enthusiastic teens or seniors. Even a couple of hours a week would help the society get ready for the fall’s panto season.

If you can help, talk to any FVGSS member, email fvgssinformation@gmail.com or call Tim, the warehouse custodian, at 604-727-5709.

A note to regulars: The annual general meeting is on Aug. 23, and this year’s panto is Santa Claus, The Panto, which will run at the Surrey Arts Centre in December.

For more information, visit www.fvgss.org

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