Langley Faces and Places… Oct. 15, 2015

Faces and Places is a roundup of local people and accomplishments.

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Orange Shirt Day (see related story)

Four Envision Financial employees came to the Sources Food Bank in Langley City to volunteer Oct. 7. The crew were, left to right, Deirdre Taylor, Paulette McLeod, Tyler Callegari, and Kristina Paule. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

Open House: Firefighters Ryan Nordan, Rob Rabby and Dave Skidmore were joined by another fighter of fires, Sparky, at the Langley City Fire Rescue open house Oct. 8. The mascot helps department members like these spread the word about fire safety and prevention to young and old. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)

Terry Alcombrack, paid on-call firefirefighter Edward Jordan, deputy chief Kelly Gilday and Cpt. Brent Morgan were among the Langley City Fire Rescue service members receiving provincial long service medals at a ceremony Oct. 2. Their medals mark 25 years in fire service. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

Langley City Fire Rescue members Cpt. Robin Gunn, paid on-call Cpt. Murray Campbell and deputy fire chief Kelly Gilday (above left) received honours for many years in the fire service. The federal medals are given for 20 years with additional bars given for each decade after that.

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