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Riding away a winner

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Aldergrove's Riley MacPherson (centre) was the winner of a new bicycle from Heath MacKenzie's Cranky's Bike Shop at the Aldergrove Wall 'o Lanterns event on Saturday night. From left are event sponsors and Aldergrove Business Association members Constable Paul Walker (Abbotsford Police), Ray van Bugnum (All Seasons Centre), Macpherson, special dignitary and MC and Councillor Charlie Fox and Brock Chapman (Aldergrove A-1 Glass).
— image credit: KURT LANGMANN PHOTO

Aldergrove's Riley MacPherson (centre) was the winner of a new bicycle from Heath MacKenzie's Cranky's Bike Shop at the Aldergrove Wall 'o Lanterns event on Saturday night. From left are event sponsors and Aldergrove Business Association members Constable Paul Walker (Abbotsford Police), Ray van Bugnum (All Seasons Garden Centre), Macpherson, special dignitary and MC and Councillor Charlie Fox and Brock Chapman (Aldergrove A-1 Glass).

More than 800 jack o'lanterns were lit up at Aldergrove's second annual Wall Of Lanterns event Saturday night before a crowd of several hundred. The event was a fundraiser for the B.C. Children's Hospital. The display continues through Halloween every night at All Seasons Garden Centre.

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