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Candy Cane Lane fundraiser to benefit rescued animals

Hot chocolate and cookies being served up on Dec. 26 and Dec. 28
Candy Cane Lane fundraiser
Brothers and Candy Cane Lane residents Bradley and Brody Tsim will be back on their famous holiday street Dec. 26 and Dec. 28 providing hot chocolate and cookies while raising funds for Fraser Valley animal rescue.

Come visit Ladner’s famous holiday street and help raise money for animal rescue too.

On Boxing Day (Dec. 26) and again next Tuesday (Dec. 28), Bradley and Brody Tsim will be serving up cookies and hot chocolate from 5-to-7 p.m. on 55A Street, better known as Candy Cane Lane for its spectacular lights and décor.

Candy Cane Lane was recently named winner of CBC Radio’s ‘Brightest Block: Best Christmas Street in Metro Vancouver’ contest.

The brothers will also be accepting donations for several different Fraser Valley animal rescue foundations.

They have already collected $706.50 from their initial snack and drink set-up back on Dec. 17 and 18.

The goal is to push the grand total to $1,000 that will be added to funds already collected through cookie sales at the Art Connection School in Steveston where the boys’ mother Lily Cheung works.

“Many of our neighbors said they are very appreciative of what we are doing, and I'm extremely proud of my boys,” said Leung who has been living on Candy Cane Lane with her husband Jonathan Tsim for the last four years. “We decided to raise money at our school for the (various) Fraser Valley animal rescue foundations due to the recent floods. We already ended up with over $5,000 just from selling cookies at our school, but we really wanted to get it up to $6,000 so we decided to do this at the last minute.”