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Reading provides some food for thought

People are invited to bring the food security book of their choice to discuss at the June meeting of the Food for Thought Book Club.

Facilitated by the Richmond Food Security Society’s book club co-ordinator, Penny Dunn, the meeting will be Wednesday, June 11 from 7 to 8:30 pm at Richmond Public Library's Brighouse branch in the 2nd floor Dayson Room, 7700 Minoru Gate. To register or find out more, visit any branch of the Library, call 604-231-6413 or register online at www.yourlibrary.ca/events.  This program is free.

“If you love reading books on topics that matter and you want to strengthen your understanding of issues that deal with topics such as food security this may be the book club for you,” said Richmond Food Security Society’s vice-president William Dunn.

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