Fire on the basketball court

Fire on the basketball court Members of the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers girls’ basketball team are preparing for the Surrey Firefighters Goodwill Classic tournament. EVAN SEAL / THE LEADER By Rick Kupchuk – Surrey North Delta Leader Published: January 04, 2013 6:00 AM Twenty-one se
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Tree chip event supports Surrey charities

Tree chip event supports Surrey charities Turn that old Christmas tree into something useful by having it chipped for charity. By Staff Writer – Surrey North Delta Leader Published: December 30, 2012 7:00 AM On Saturday, Jan. 5, the Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society will
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Record Donation by Surrey Employees

City of Surrey Employees Give Record Donation to United Way December 05, 2012 Surrey – City of Surrey employees raised a record $234,000 for children, seniors and women in need through this year’s United Way campaign. Mayor Dianne Watts and the City’s United Way committee handed over
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Community Unites in the Fight Against Impaired Driving

November 28, 2012 Surrey – The City of Surrey, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Surrey RCMP, Surrey Fire Service and emergency personnel from around the region launched Project Red Ribbon today at City Hall. Project Red Ribbon is MADD’s signature public awareness campaign and run
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Readers Choice Awards by Surrey Leader

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Adopt a Family December 16, 2012

The Surrey Fire Fighters have been participating in the Adopt a Family program for more than twenty years, with twenty-five families and over fifty children being assisted each year. Each Fire Station adopts an entire family, supplying them with a food hamper and gifts for the childre
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We Live Here We Give Here – Adopt A Family

Visit https://surreyfirefighters.com/adopt-a-family/
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Latimer Road Elementary Says ‘Thank you’

On behalf of the Surrey Fire Fighters, we appreciate the effort and hard work that Division 1 (gr. 6/7), Latimer Road Elementary put into their ‘thank you’ book about Mr. & Mrs. Balsor who are major supporters of the Nutritional Snack Program. We ask viewers to take th
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Class wants to help firefighters feed hungry kids

SURREY NOW OCTOBER 25, 2012 The Editor, Re: “Firefighters work to fill empty stomachs in school,” the Now, Sept. 25. Dear Surrey firefighters: We are students from Latimer Road Elementary school in Surrey and we would like to thank you for making a difference. Our class re
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