Living on high for two days

Mission RCMP Const. Christine Day will ride in this year's Tour de Valley.

Mission RCMP Const. Christine Day will ride in this year's Tour de Valley.

The Cops for Cancer pole sit happens at Save on Foods in the Junction Mall Aug. 5-7.

RCMP Const. Christine Day, this year’s Tour de Valley rider from Mission, will be lifting hope for children by living 50 feet in the air for 48 hours on a scissor lift provided by Arnolds Rentals starting Friday at 4 p.m.

During the weekend there will be entertainment, raffles and food. Mission Mounties, firefighters, search and rescue, paramedics and the Auxiliary Coast Guard will be volunteering their time to support this cause.

Rob Hess and the Gospel Connection will conduct a Candlelight Vigil starting at 8:30 p.m. Aug. 6 in front of Save on Foods to celebrate victories over cancer, and to send our prayers to all those fighting and remember loved ones lost.

All funds support children with cancer, Camp Goodtimes and pediatric cancer research.