Grizzli Winery representatives to speak at AGM

Developers of the Westside Wine Trail's newest winery will reveal their plans at the Lakeview Heights Community Association's upcoming AGM.

  • Apr. 23, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Developers of the Westside Wine Trail’s newest winery will reveal their plans at the Lakeview Heights Community Association’s upcoming 2014 Annual General Meeting.

Grizzli Winery will be developed on the former apple orchard at the northwest corner of Boucherie Road and Hudson Road.

The featured speakers will be John Chang and Allison Lu, president and director, representing Lulu Island Winery in Richmond, home base for the owner/developer. Chang and Lu will make an illustrated presentation, which will be followed by a question and answer session.

The AGM will be held at the Lakeview Heights Community Hall on Anders Road Sunday, May 4 at 2 p.m., with the official order of business being the election of the officers and board for upcoming one- and two-year terms.

Only members are entitled to vote, but new and renewal memberships will be sold before the meeting, and the general public is invited to attend the meeting and learn about Grizzli Winery.

For more information, contact association president Rita Milne, 250-769-3268.


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