Officer appreciation in Agassiz

Peace officers from all backgrounds celebrated this Sunday

Peace officers and correctional officers will be honoured in a special celebration this weekend.

Everyone is invited to attend the 6th Annual Peace and Correctional Officers’ Appreciation Day, at All Saints Anglican Church, and to show their appreciation for these members of the community. Officers include those from numerous organizations, including the RCMP, Sheriff’s Office, the CN Police, all local fire halls, BC Ambulance, the local prisons, conservation officers and police services.

The Harrison Highlanders will perform, and a barbecue lunch will follow. The event begins at 10 a.m. on Oct. 26.

For more information, phone 604-796-3103.

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