Chat with a Chilliwack cop over coffee

Public invited to informal meeting with local officers at Harvest on July 23

Have you ever had a cup with a cop?

The Chilliwack RCMP is inviting the public to an informal get-together at a downtown restaurant next week to meet some local police officers over a cup of coffee.

On July 23 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. officers will be at the Harvest Store and Café at 9381 Mill St.

“We encourage folks stop by, have a chat in an informal environment, and learn about the people who police our community.”

• READ MORE: Public invited to Chilliwack RCMP open house May 16


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