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Local Heroes share knowledge

RCMP Const. James Mason shows Luca and Kayla how to properly wear a bulletproof vest.  - Submitted photo
RCMP Const. James Mason shows Luca and Kayla how to properly wear a bulletproof vest.
— image credit: Submitted photo

Big Brothers Big Sisters Fraser Valley hosted its Local Heroes daycamp in Mission last week, with help from the local RCMP and Mission Fire/Rescue Service.

The group of children were able to spend two days with Mission RCMP and two days with the fire department. Local Heroes is a daycamp were police officers and firefighters mentor the children on the waitlist for a Big Brother/Big Sister. For more information, visit mentoringworks.ca.

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