Firefighters from Langley Township, members of IAFF 4550, took part in the Climb the Wall 2018 in February in support of the BC Lung Association. (Submitted photo)

Township firefighters will be at Saturday’s Stealth game

The members take part in charity fundraisers, and Saturday supports the BC Burn Fund.

The Stealth are hoping to heat up the Langley Events Centre when they play host to the Colorado Mammoth on Saturday evening. So it’s a good thing that there will be firefighters on hand. They are there to collect donations for the Burn Fund.

Game time is at 7 p.m. with complete ticket information at stealthlax.com. There’s also a game day skills camp during the afternoon.

The Township of Langley Charitable Firefighters Society (TLCFS) raises funds for local causes such as the food bank, Relay for Life, LAPS and community events as well as causes such as the BC Burn Fund and muscular dystrophy.

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