Meet the 2012 Tour de Rock team in Port Alberni

The Cops for Cancer tour comes through the Alberni Valley on Friday, Sept. 28. Tickets to the community dinner are still available.

The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock team invites the public to a community dinner at Boston Pizza in Port Alberni on Friday, Sept. 28.

Emceed by Peak FM’s Jolie McMullan, guests will enjoy a buffet dinner and have the opportunity to meet and dine with the team.

There is no Port Alberni rider this year, but there are several from the North and central Island districts.

Tickets are $25 each for adults or $15 for children 12 and under. Tickets are available at the Canadian Cancer Society office, Boston Pizza and Beckonings Home Decor (4977 Argyle St.).

You can also find all the 2012 Tour de Rock team members on their facebook fan pages or support them individually at www.copsforcancerbc.ca.

From Saturday, Sept. 22 to Friday, Oct. 5, the Tour de Rock riders will travel from the north to the south end of Vancouver Island, engaging with 27 communities along the way.

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