Spring Fling Shred event in Fort Langley April 7

Proceeds from shredding event go to Ron Dunkley Memorial Society

Kick start your spring cleaning and help a local charity at the Spring-Fling Shred event Saturday, April 7 at the Living Waters Assembly in Fort Langley from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Purge all the paper you want at the shred it event with proceeds going to the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society.

The RDMS was started to honour the life of Langley City firefighter Ron Dunkley who died in a tragic accident in Seattle. His mother Sandy began spearheading many fundraisers, including blood drives and a big summer soc hop and drive-in movie with proceeds going to the

Living Waters Assembly is located at 9095 Glover Road.

To find out more about the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society, go to rd-ms.com.

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