The Pulse FM Street Team checked out the “Blues for the Bank” Annual Fundraiser on Saturday January 20th at
the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel Ballroom.
The event was completely sold out and featured live music and a dance floor, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Surrey Food Bank.
It was put on by The Surrey Board of Trade and Thornley Creative Communications.
The PULSE FM Street Team is powered by Freeway Mazda.
Did you have power in your house this past weekend from that crazy windstorm?
There’s a massive tree that fell onto a home on 102nd Avenue and 138 Street in Surrey.
Thankfully no one was hurt.
Sullivan Heights Secondary School in Surrey has never had a local football team before, that is, until now!
They have over 50 players signed up to play tackle football beginning in Fall 2018.
Because the school has no current infrastructure or equipment for this brand new co-ed sports program, they are facing extensive startup costs.
To help them the students in their fundraising efforts,
head to www.gofundme.com/sullivan-heights-football
Its been about 5 years since J.T. came out with new album
(aside from his songs on the soundtrack of the animated movie Trolls in 2016).
And finally for 2018, Justin Timberlake’s latest album “Man of the Woods” is set to be
released on February 2nd.
This comes 2 days before his scheduled Superbowl Halftime Show Performance.
(Hopefully no wardrobe malfunctions this time!)
Have you seen the music video for J.T.’s latest song “Filthy”? Check it out!
Does that robot not look like the Terminator…?
Still hard to believe that we used to crank up Justin Timberlake when he was a part of
N’sync in our high school days South of the Fraser. Where has the time gone?!
– Tara Lopez
What’s your Resolution for 2018?
Tell us what it is on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #PulseFMnewYear, and you could be 1 of 5 people winning a $100 gift card to BBQ nation!
Contest Run Dates: Jan 1 – Feb 2, 2018
So the first baby in B.C. born in 2018 was in Surrey. #Represent! Manpreet Kaur Nijjar and Hardip Singh Shergill are the the proud parents of the New Years Baby girl. Born at Surrey Memorial via c-section, at 8 pounds 7 ounces.
If one of your New Years Resolutions is to Volunteer,
you might want to talk to the folks at the Surrey Art Gallery.
They are looking for volunteer “tour guides” for school groups in 2018. No experience necessary, they will train you!
If you’re interested, make sure you hand in your resume
before January 8th at surrey.ca/artgallery .