Yarrow family cycles across Canada for kids

A Yarrow family is cycling across Canada in support of BC Children's Hospital Foundation.

Yarrow family Albert Jagusch (centre)

A Yarrow family is cycling across Canada in support of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Albert Jagusch (above, centre), along with his sons Chris and Adam, left last Saturday morning from Tsawwassen and arrived in Yarrow around 1 p.m. where they were greeted by friends, family members, and other supporters.

Their Bike Across Canada for Kids fundraiser will end in Nova Scotia around the end of June.

The team has already raised more than 35 per cent of their $10,000 goal. To donate, you can go online, or call 604-807-4216.

For more info, check out their Facebook page.

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