Bottle drive for Cops for Cancer The Sooke RCMP detachment is currently holding a bottle drive in support of Sooke Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock rider

Bottle drive for Cops of Cancer

Local RCMP detachement will collect bottles as fundraiser for Tour de Rock

The Sooke RCMP detachment is currently holding a bottle drive in support of Sooke Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock rider, Const. Steven Martindale. Residents can drop off bottles anytime between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today until Friday in the truck parked in front of the RCMP detachment on 2076 Church Rd.

For large quantities, residents can contact the detachment at: 250-642-5241 and arrangements for pick up will be made.

There will also be a bottle drive on Saturday, Aug. 25 at the Sooke Bottle Depot on 2036 Idlemore Rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“Const. Martindale is representing our detachment and he has a fundraising goal of $5,000, and this is the detachment’s initiative to help him raise some of that money,” said Staff Sgt. Steve Wright.

All proceeds will go towards Cops for Cancer.

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