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The Aldergrove Business Association, with support from Langley Township, has scheduled another Aldergrove Community Clean Up Project for this Sunday.

The Aldergrove Business Association, with support from Langley Township, has scheduled another Aldergrove Community Clean Up Project for this Sunday.

This project is scheduled for July 17 from 8 a.m. until 12 noon and includes free barbecue lunch for all that attend.

The meeting place will be the Extra Foods parking lot. If you’re able to participate please reply to news@aldergroveba.ca, advising of the number of people that will be attending.

This event is scheduled a week prior to the Aldergrove Fair Days in the hopes of providing a clean town for all those attending.

Fair Days organizers are also seeking volunteer help on the weekend of July 22-24.

Every volunteer who helps for four hours receives free food and a T-shirt along with free admission to the fair.

If you can work a few hours in the parade or fairgrounds set-up, at the car show, in the exhibits area or traffic control, contact Sue at 604-539-0149 or email:

aldergrovevolunteers@gmail.com

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