Border Services Officer Chris Rosenberger gets his head shaved by fellow BSO Selene Millsap at the Pacific Highway commercial compound during a fundraiser for Cops for Cancer.

South Surrey border event raises $5,000 for pediatric cancer

South Surrey Border Services Officer Chris Rosenberger will lead a team of cyclists on an 800-km journey this fall.

A fundraiser benefiting pediatric cancer research and programs raised more than $5,000 for the cause this month.

The barbecue and head-shave event was held July 5 at the Pacific Highway border.

Border Services Officer Chris Rosenberger stepped up to get his head shaved by fellow BSO Selene Millsap. Rosenberger is team captain for the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley event, an 800-kilometre bicycle trek set for Sept. 26 to Oct. 4.

Rosenberger will be riding for his daughter Sophie, who is a cancer survivor.

 

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