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Langley Minor Football up to the Challenge

Langley Minor Football president Wayne McMurchy gets doused during the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Members of the association took part in the challenge over the weekend as part of their annual Golden Helmet Football tournament, raising more than $1,000. Also participating in the challenge were LMF announcer Joe Carter (top to bottom), Keith Pickett, Dave Molberg and Nick Catroppa, who donated $600 and three pure minted silver dollar coins. - James Inglis/Langley Times photos
Langley Minor Football president Wayne McMurchy gets doused during the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Members of the association took part in the challenge over the weekend as part of their annual Golden Helmet Football tournament, raising more than $1,000. Also participating in the challenge were LMF announcer Joe Carter (top to bottom), Keith Pickett, Dave Molberg and Nick Catroppa, who donated $600 and three pure minted silver dollar coins.
— image credit: James Inglis/Langley Times photos

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