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Family fun event planned before Saturday's Movie in the Park

Aldergrove Financial Group is holding free family fun activities on Saturday at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

The community appreciation event takes place from 7 to 9 p.m., before the Aldergrove Business Association’s Movie in the Park presentation of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.

“We hope to see our members and everyone in the community at this event,” says Aldergrove Credit Union CEO Gus K. Hartl. “We want to show our appreciation and are thrilled to be part of such a great evening.”

Country singers Robyn and Ryleigh will be on hand. There will be face painting, balloons and bubbles, games and prizes, exotic animals and more.

The event will be at Aldergrove Athletic Park (north), 26770 29 Avenue. The movie starts at dusk.

Aldergrove Financial Group has a history of supporting  the communities in which its branches are located, where its  members, staff and their families live. Last year, it invested over $125,000 into the community.

For 60 years, Aldergrove Financial Group has been providing personal, professional, financial services to 19,000 members.

 

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