Aldergrove family raising funds for Women’s Hospital

“Bentley 4 Babies” returns on August 12 at Aldergrove Legion parking lot

Shelly Bligh and her family in Aldergrove are bringing back their annual fundraiser for the BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre Foundation this summer.

“Bentley 4 Babies” returns on Saturday, August 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Aldergrove Legion parking lot.

The day-long effort includes a car wash, barbecue and bottle drive, all by donation to the BC Women’s Hospital, which helped Shelly and her youngest son, Bentley, when he was having difficulties as an infant.

Be sure to drop by and drop some coins into the collection boxes.

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