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Spending time with Local Heroes

Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service firefighter Ken Herrewynen helps Colby lift the cutters, which are used to cut apart vehicles. The group was at AFD
Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service firefighter Ken Herrewynen helps Colby lift the cutters, which are used to cut apart vehicles. The group was at AFD's training centre on Riverside Drive Tuesday.
— image credit: Jason Roessle photo

Big Brothers Big Sisters' Local Heroes program is running this week in Abbotsford.

Local children have the opportunity to spend two days with Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service and three days with the Abbotsford Police Department during the event, which has been running here since 1998.

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