Some local volunteering opportunities

White Rock Community Policing is looking for bike patrol volunteers: “Be the eyes and ears for the police and make a difference in your community by volunteering for this great team. Successful applicants must pass an extensive security check and be willing to commit approximately eight hours a month. All equipment is provided.” Contact Julia Everett by email, julia.everett@rcmp-grc. gc.ca, or by calling 778-593-3600.

Historic Stewart Farm: “Become a volunteer in the Historic Stewart Farm’s heritage flower and vegetable gardens. Heritage garden volunteers plant and care for the gardens and save seed from heirloom plant varieties to share with the public. Volunteers must have

good basic gardening knowledge.

Flexible commitment, full training provided.” Info at 604-502-6461 or heritagevolunteers@surrey.ca.

Volunteer with White Rock Sea Festival: White Rock Events Society welcomes volunteers to help with summer festival. Contact Dave Braun, davidrbraun1@gmail.com.

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