MPP Malhi hosted her annual BBQ for residents to meet with their local MPP and gather information from different community organizations at the Community Services Fair.
The event hosted residents of all ages that enjoyed the afternoon meeting with MPP Malhi and her staff from the constituency and Queens Park. Hundreds of residents came together at the annual BBQ at Brampton Soccer Centre. Community members relished the festivities as they enjoyed food, music and activities. There was plenty of entertainment provided by singers, a live DJ, face painting, and a clown that made balloon animals for children. Alongside the other activities was the always-popular Brampton Fire Truck and Police car with members of Brampton Fire Services and Peel Regional Police.
Alongside the BBQ, community members were able to meet with representatives of the various community partners and government organizations to take in helpful information at the community services fair.
“This year, the BBQ was a widely attended gathering, larger than in past years! Residents from across the riding came out to meet with me and my staff their local representative and learn more about the great work that is being done by different community organizations. I would like to personally thank everybody for taking time out of their weekend to attend the annual event and making it a successful one.”
- Harinder Malhi, Member of Provincial Parliament, Brampton-Springdale
For more information please contact:
Vishal G. Arora
Communications & Outreach, Office of MPP Harinder Malhi
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