BENJAMIN PRIEBE The Standard
NORTH DURHAM: Durham's recently elected Member of Provincial Parliament will open the doors to his new office, and say hello to his constituents this weekend.
Durham MPP Granville Anderson will hold a grand opening in an open house at his Durham constituency office from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., the public is invited to attend for a meet and greet, speeches and refreshments. The office is located at 23 King St. West in Bowmanville.
MPP Anderson will be joined at the event by the Honorable Michael Coteau, Minister of Tourism, Recreation and Sport/Minister Responsible for the 2015 PanAm and Parapan Games. Minister Coteau will kick off his visit to the constituency, prior to the grand opening event, meeting with area tourism and recreation leaders.
As a close friend with MPP Anderson, Minister Coteau will join in the festivites, and offer his support to Durham Region residents.
According to Justin MacLean, Executive Assistant to MPP Anderson, "The Grand Opening is our way of thanking the voters and our supporters. We're hoping to let Durham Region's constituents know where they can find us, or get in-touch regarding any questions they may have, now or in the future."
Since renovations to the new constituency office were completed, MPP Anderson is excited to move out of the nearby campaign office and into a larger area, in order to better serve the residents he represents.
Attendees are asked to bring a non-perishable food item. All donations will be distributed to food banks in the Clarington, Uxbridge and Scugog areas.
For more information, please call 905-697-1501 or 1-800-661-2433 to speak with MPP Anderson or a member of his staff.
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