Langley bakery donates $3,000 for ride

Cedarbrook Bakery serves up donation for Cops for Cancer ride

Surrey Const. Alexander Levesque with Cedarbrook Bakery owner Dana Matheson and Const. Marcus Pickett were all part of raising $3,000 for the cause on Brookswood Days on June 7. Both Levesque and Pickett will be taking part in the Cops for Cancer Ride in September.

A busy day at a Brookswood bakery resulted in a $3,000 donation for Cops for Cancer.

On June 7, as part of the Brookswood Days celebration, Cedarbrook Bakery donated half of the day’s purchases to the charity.

And as part of the day’s events, Surrey Const. Alexander Levesque and Const. Marcus Pickett volunteered their time, with Pickett letting kids and adults alike see and sit in his police vehicle.

Both Levesque and Pickett will be riding in this year’s Cops for Cancer event, which takes place from Sept. 22 to 30.


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