Twins introduce Banger in the Hangar


They brought us a Gone Country cancer fundraiser last summer that packed some 5,000 people in cowboy boots and hats into the Cloverdale Ampitheatre to hear Langley’s own Dallas Smith, Aaron Pritchett, and Karen Lee Batten perform.

This weekend, twin brothers Chris and Jamie Ruscheinski – known locally as the Property Twins (not to be confused with Maple Ridge’s Property Brothers) – are hosting another cancer fundraiser in hangar #41 at the Langley Regional Airport.

This event, called Banger in the Hangar, is an airline-themed party featuring DJs Shrew, Meesh, and Kris Reign. It starts at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 1. Tickets are $40 and available through from their website at

Again, this is a fundraiser for the Shaun G. Foundation, a foundation started a few years ago in honour of the twin’s late friend Shaun Gauthier, who lost his battle with a rare cancer at age 28.

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