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WEst Vancouver Police Car Wash for Charity

Jul 17, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Raising money for charity is an annual event for the West Van Police department force who, last Sunday, used the sunshine to their advantage. The White Spot at Park Royal was turned into an impromptu car wash as officers traded their badges for brushes and washed hundreds of cars for this worthwhile cause.

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Const. Lisa Alford and Cost. Jean Luc Derouin stand by the police jeep that helped attract people into the car wash.
White Spot helpers from past and present. From left: Leanne O'Donohue, Brock Garrett, Tiffany MacBrayne Chad Cousins and Brandi Reano.
Constables Todd Mosher (left), Sheri Lucas, Brock Harrington and Inspector Scott Armstrong hosed down the cars, and each other.
Little Savannah Almas, who is now 14-months old, was happy to help her policeman daddy Jim count the money and hand out the pies.


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