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Gogo grandmothers gather to raise funds for Stephen Lewis Foundation

Dorscie Paterson enjoyed her tea at the Gogo Grandmothers garden party, held Saturday at Michaud House in Langley City. The event, which included tea, entertainment and sales of arts and crafts, raised funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. - Alyssa O
Dorscie Paterson enjoyed her tea at the Gogo Grandmothers garden party, held Saturday at Michaud House in Langley City. The event, which included tea, entertainment and sales of arts and crafts, raised funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times
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