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Envision celebrates 25 years at Langley City location

Trevor Rousselle (right) and Andrew Wickens, who are both in the cook training program at the Gateway of Hope, served up some hot dogs on Friday afternoon as part of the 25th birthday celebrations for Envision Financial’s Langley City branch. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Trevor Rousselle (right) and Andrew Wickens, who are both in the cook training program at the Gateway of Hope, served up some hot dogs on Friday afternoon as part of the 25th birthday celebrations for Envision Financial’s Langley City branch.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
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