KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Little Jada turned on the lights of the Aldergrove Christmas tree at the Light Up Aldergrove Christmas Parade After Party. She also was presented with a brand new bicycle from Cranky’s Bikes and Aldergrove Business Association as her prize for her entry in the Light Up Aldergrove Christmas colouring contest.

Aldergrove Legion hosts Christmas breakfast

Aldergrove enjoys Light Up Aldergrove Parade and Legion’s annual Christmas breakfast

WATCH: Three dozen were in attendance at the Aldergrove Legion’s annual Christmas breakfast, designed to unite Legion members and their families for a little holiday time together.

Little Jada turned on the lights of the Aldergrove Christmas tree at the Light Up Aldergrove Christmas Parade After Party.

She also was presented with a brand new bicycle from Cranky’s Bikes and Aldergrove Business Association as her prize for her entry in the Light Up Aldergrove Christmas colouring contest.

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