Three more sessions in diversity series

Program visits locations in Abbotsford to highlight their diversity practices.

The City of Abbotsford and its partners will host three more sessions in their diversity networking series.

The series, which began in September, visits various locations in the community and highlights their diversity practices.

The next sessions are on Thursday, Oct. 25 at Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery (2595 Lefeuvre Rd.) and Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Abbotsford campus of University of the Fraser Valley (room B121, 33844 King Rd.). Both sessions are from 8 to 10 a.m.

The final session is on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at Matsqui Centennial Auditorium (32315 South Fraser Way) from 3 to 6 p.m.

This session will provide network and dialogue opportunities with key stakeholders, professional and skilled newcomers, and other business and organizational leaders.

For more information on any of the sessions, call Danielle Nazarewich at 604-859-7681 (local 270) or Med Manzanal at 604-864-5583.

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