Langley firefighters give so much of themselves, helping save lives and raise money at home. Now, they’re doing their part to help those living with the B.C. wildfires. (Special to the Langley Advance)

LETTER: Thanks to Langley firefighters who give and give

A Langley woman acknowledges the contributions of local firefighters at home and away.

Dear Editor,

To all the hard-working dedicated men and woman firefighters of Langley, for the past few years Langley has had some incredible fires that changed peoples lives and you were there fighting all the way for them in our community.

And, now, as the fires rage on in other communities you are there for them.

[I’d like to extend] a heartfelt thank-you to one and all of you.

To all the volunteers, blessings to one and all, and to all that learn by your love and kindness.

Shirley Sawatsky, Langley

SEE RELATED STORY: Langley Township firefighters gathering up the goods for fire victims

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