Green Party leader May here Friday

Public function at the Westerly Hotel

  • Aug. 26, 2015 3:00 p.m.

 

On Friday evening (Aug. 28), Courtenay-Alberni Green Party candidate Glenn Sollitt will be joined by federal leader Elizabeth May at the Best Western Westerly in downtown Courtenay (1590 Cliffe Ave.) for a free public event.

Doors to the conference room open at 6:30 p.m. with appetizers and a cash bar available. Come to hear what May has to say about working for political change. At 7 p.m. best-selling author Des Kennedy will introduce May with a “satirical salute.”

This gathering will highlight the Green Party’s dedication to winning seats in the October election. Opportunities to donate, sign up for a campaign sign, and/or volunteer will be made available.

Seating will be limited. Free parking can be found around the back of the building. For further information call 250-335-1209.

 

 

 

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