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Operation Red Nose on the NOrth Shore

Nov 4, 2005

By Catherine Barr


DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE - the message is simple. And with the holiday season fast approaching, it was time once again to roll out the red carpet for a red nosed friend. North Shore Rotary club member-volunteers came out to Park Royal last Thursday to mark the launch of Operation Red Nose - the free service that drives you home in your own car if you've indulged in one too many Christmas spirits. From Nov. 26 - Dec 31 you can call
(604) 619-0942 from 9pm-3am for a ride home - weekends ONLY.

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North Van Rotary member Riet Carter (left) and West Van Sunrise member Janice Bosley were there for the announcements.
Get a ride with "Rudy", starting Nov. 26, if you overindulge or else you'll be dealing with West Van Cst. Lyle Kuemper (left) or Sgt. Paul Skelton - and they won't be smiling then.
Operation Red Nose spokesman Cst. Bruce Vallingall is one of those rare few who actually makes that red nose look good.


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