Help Cops for Cancer at big garage sale in Langford

Area Tour de Rock riders on site for fundraiser event

Area riders taking part in the 2015 Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock are hosting a major garage sale and barbecue on the grounds of the West Shore RCMP detachment in Langford this Saturday (Aug. 8).

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot at 698 Atkins. Ave. All proceeds go to fund pediatric cancer research and support programs. For more information on the team and the campaign, visit tourderock.ca.

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