VIDEO: Volunteers wanted in Langley

A volunteer fair is rounding up recruits for worthy local causes.

Organizations and events hungry for volunteers lined up at Langley’s H.D. Stafford Secondary on Saturday.

The third annual Langley Volunteer Bureau Meet & Greet was held in the middle school in Langley City, with help from the students.

More than 30 groups were on hand hoping to recruit some new members to help out, whether for ongoing agencies and projects, or for festivals and seasonal events.

The B.C. Farm Museum Association, Bard in the Valley, Critter Care, the Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society, the Langley Hospice Society, the Rivermen hockey team, Ride Into History and the Terry Fox Foundation were among the groups that set up tables at the school.

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