Heating up the dance floor

The Saanich fire department hosts the Rock 'n' Roll for Little Souls fundraiser this weekend.

Saanich firefighter Neil Meechan dances with the A&W Root Bear behind the fire hall on Vernon Avenue

Saanich firefighter Neil Meechan dances with the A&W Root Bear behind the fire hall on Vernon Avenue, as the pair gets ready to dance the night away at an upcoming fundraiser, Rock ‘n’ Roll For Little Souls. For more about the March 16 and 17 event, which benefits pediatric care at Victoria General Hospital, visit rockforlittlesouls.com.

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