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A number of local RCMP officers showed their support for Cst. Ian Ferrier, who is undergoing treatment for leukaemia.

  • Dec. 4, 2013 7:00 a.m.

A number of Cranbrook and Kimberley RCMP officers showed their support for Cst. Ian Ferrier, who is undergoing treatment for leukaemia, by taking pledges and having their heads shaved on Friday, Nov. 29. Pictured, left to right: retired Sgt. Gerry Smith, Cpl. Chris Newel, and Cpl. Barry Graham. Hairdressers, left to right: Kaitlyn Smith (Urban Roots), Jesse Robertson (Shure Cut) and Bruce Kirchhofer (Hilltop Hair by Bruce). Cpl. Spencer Marginson, Cst. Andrea Fitzpatrick and Bobbi Kirchhofer also took part. Other officers and staff chose to do the head shaving the day before.

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