The Agassiz RCMP will be holding a coffee with a cop event at Heritage House Cafe on Thursday, Feb. 27. (File Photo)

Agassiz RCMP hosts Coffee with a Cop

Walk-in event on Thursday, Feb. 27

You don’t have to get pulled over to talk to a cop during your lunch break.

On Thursday, Feb. 27, the Agassiz RCMP invites the public to pull up a seat and grab a coffee with local officers at Memorial Hall in Harrison Hot Springs from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

“We invite folks to stop by, have a chat in an informal environment and learn about the people who police our community,” said Sgt. Mike Sargent of the Agassiz RCMP.

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Memorial Hall is located at 290 Esplanade Ave.



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