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‘Biking for Bucks’ for Langley Hospital Foundation

‘Biking for Bucks’ for Langley Hospital Foundation Jim Parussini and Diane LeBlond (right) of Aldergrove’s Save-on Foods were among employees pedalling for fours daily to help the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation raise $5.35 million for expansion of the maternity unit and clinic. The “Bike for Bucks” teams rode half hour shifts for four hours daily over three days. At left, they delivered $900 to LMHF representatives Tania Vrionis and Christy MacLeod last week. Save-on Foods staff are Teanna Honig, Jim Parussini, Brian McIntyre and Laura Jamieson. - HARRY HUNT PHOTOS
‘Biking for Bucks’ for Langley Hospital Foundation Jim Parussini and Diane LeBlond (right) of Aldergrove’s Save-on Foods were among employees pedalling for fours daily to help the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation raise $5.35 million for expansion of the maternity unit and clinic. The “Bike for Bucks” teams rode half hour shifts for four hours daily over three days. At left, they delivered $900 to LMHF representatives Tania Vrionis and Christy MacLeod last week. Save-on Foods staff are Teanna Honig, Jim Parussini, Brian McIntyre and Laura Jamieson.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTOS

Jim Parussini and Diane LeBlond (at right) of Aldergrove’s Save-on Foods were among employees pedalling for fours daily to help the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation raise $5.35 million for expansion of the maternity unit and clinic.

The “Bike for Bucks” teams rode half hour shifts for four hours daily over three days.

At left, they delivered $900 to LMHF representatives Tania Vrionis and Christy MacLeod last week. Save-on Foods staff are Teanna Honig, Jim Parussini, Brian McIntyre and Laura Jamieson.

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