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Homes needed to board four-legged students

Like many South Deltans, Carla Crofton has opened up her home to students from abroad. The difference is that her "students" are of the four-legged variety.

Pair get endowment grants

Envision Financial recently provided $30,000 in grants to a pair of Delta charities. This year, grants from the Envision Financial Community Endowment are being used to support children, families and youth at risk.

St. Andrews members pursuing life fully alive

St. Andrew's Church hopes members of the community saw its float during the Tsawwassen Sun Festival parade this summer and received an invitation to join the new church. St. Andrew's is a young work of God, having existed for just a few years.

South delta baby fair set for saturday in ladner

Expectant parents, new parents, grandparents and families are invited to attend the inaugural South Delta Baby Fair this Saturday.

Minister's Minute

STAYING CONNECTED Since as far back as history goes, communication has always been a key factor in any relationship.

New club at dss all about service

Ladner Rotary Club helps launch Interact for high school students

Community Chess Board put away for season

The Community Chess Board, located across from Blenz Coffee, will be removed for the fall and winter, making a return next spring, the Business Improvement Association of Tsawwassen announced this week.
Cadets have a lot of fun conquering island trail

Cadets have a lot of fun conquering island trail

Inspirational night set for Wellbrook

Looking to get inspired about running? Why we Run, which organizer Terry Bremner is calling a "night of inspiration," takes place tonight (Wednesday, Sept. 19) at 7 p.m. at Wellbrook Winery.

Hawthorne students get their hands dirty to finish the job predecessors started

Students got down and dirty at Hawthorne Elementary last week. Four students from Mr. Bourgeois' Grade 7 class were invited on a treasure hunt ... for potatoes.