Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Soroptimist International of the Langleys prides itself on having a fun and successful club in the community they know “Is The Place To Be” in BC!
The club actively participates in several community projects and improves the lives of many through volunteering their time and financial support for a variety of projects, programs and causes. Their innovative ideas of service work and fun fund raising helps them ‘get the attention’ of their community. The residents, businesses and politicians of The Langleys’ are strong supporters of their Soroptimists which results in productive & successful team work. The club has become well known in their community for their Womens’ Health Forum which focuses on timely heath issues of importance to women. On November 25th the club co-hosts a Candle Light Vigil to observe the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women. They invite everyone to attend their Robbie Burns Night and Power of the Purse fundraisers.
Business Meeting Information
|Day:||1st Tuesday, monthly (except July, August and December)|
|Time:||Social at 5:30 pm; Dinner at 6:00 pm, Meeting at 7:00 pm|
|Location:||Andreas Restaurant, 20227 56th Avenue, Langley, BC|
Program Meeting Information
|Incorporated in Business Meeting
Additional meetings held as required
History of Langley
Welcome to the City and Township of Langley — The Place to Be! Located in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada, we are part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District.
The City of Langley is a separate municipal entity that occupies 10 square kilometres (4 square miles) and has a population of approximately 23,500. The big news in Langley is the new Coast Hotel and Convention Centre that houses our new Casino. This site provides accommodation for large conventions – our first such space.
The Township of Langley, incorporated in 1873, is made up of various communities, including Aldergrove, Brookswood/Fernridge, Fort Langley, Murrayville, Walnut Grove, Willowbrook and Willoughby. The Township occupies 316 square kilometres (122 square miles) and is home to approximately 100,000 residents.