Constable Paul Walker and his family at the Aldergrove “Wall-o-lanterns” event.

Cst. Paul Walker: Leading the challenge

Abbotsford Police (former Langley RCMP) Constable Paul Walker and his family at the Aldergrove “Wall-o-lanterns” event.

Abbotsford Police (former Langley RCMP) Constable Paul Walker and his family at the Aldergrove “Wall-o-lanterns” event.

Cst. Walker is a founding member of the Aldergrove Business Association and headed the committee which organized the first “Wall-o-lanterns” here. Walker says he expects next year’s event to be twice as big as this year’s almost 600 jack o’lanterns.

Walker first came to Aldergrove as an RCMP Community Safety Officer and over the two years he was posted here he worked with businesses to counter criminal activity here as well as to help found the Aldergrove Business Association to give members a voice to the powers that be and resources to provide healthy community activities.

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