Henry Public House hosts Christmas charity drive

The Henry Public House in Cloverdale invites patrons to come out on Sunday, Dec. 15 to support JRG Community Christmas Day.

The Henry Public House in Cloverdale invites patrons to come out on Sunday, Dec. 15 to support JRG Community Christmas Day.

The Joseph Richard Group is holding open houses at all of its establishments to raise money for local charities.

Proceeds from the Cloverdale event, running from 3-6 p.m., will support the Cloverdale Christmas Hamper Program and the Surrey Food Bank.

Festivities include live performers, games, and silent and live auctions, with items like Canucks tickets at every location, Whistler trip packages, gift certificates and more.

Tickets are $20 and all proceeds go to charity.

The JRG owns boutique pubs in Coquitlam, Langley, Surrey, White Rock and Abbotsford.

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