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Riverside Signature Banquet Hall Re-Opens In Grand Style

SURREY – Over 150 guests came to celebrate the grand re-opening of Riverside Signature Banquet Hall in Surrey.  Riverside Signature undertook major renovations that has made the hall in a class of its own.  From lighting, sound, carpeting, décor and much more, the hall is something spectacular to behold.

“It was a special night, we wanted to invite the business community and public to see the completely renovated hall and we wanted to raise awareness about local issues through Surrey Crime Prevention Society on how to keep our community safe,” said Bobby Ghirra, General Manager, Riverside Banquet Halls.

The evening started out with a cocktail reception and blissful melodies of a guitarist.  A night of fun included over a dozen door prizes, entertainment and a delicious dinner.

Part of the event’s spring into giving back theme was a special 50-50 draw to benefit Surrey Crime Prevention Society which raised $550.  In a very kind act of generousity, the tickets purchased by a group led by Bruce Kehler, Canex Building Supplies, Pinda Khangura, Zahir Mahil, Naveed Naraich (President of Pakistani Canadian Cultural Association), Suki Pangalia and his buddies Gus Bajwa and Goldy Pataria and Sohni Dharti Pakistan tv show’s hosts: Tarik Kiani and Rabina Anjum, who donated their winnings back to Surrey Crime Prevention Society.  At the end of the night, $1100 were raised for Surrey Crime Prevention Society.

“The event at the newly renovated Riverside Signature Banquet Hall was amazing.  The donation we received from those in attendance to support the work delivered by volunteers with Surrey Crime Prevention Society will enable us to purchase additional safety equipment.  Thank you so much for your generosity and we wish Riverside Signature Banquet Hall all the best,” said Karen Reid Sidhu, Executive Director of Surrey Crime Prevention Society.

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