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Health programs at Tsaw. Library

After an overwhelming number of people turned out for its Memory and Aging program last month, the Tsawwassen Library is continuing the wellness theme with a pair of upcoming sessions.

Vi keeps them entertained at collectible sale

People from all over gathered at the annual collectible sale at the Hospice Cottage Charity Shoppe last Friday and Saturday in Tsawwassen. Among the crowd was local resident Vi Krall, who began playing a Hohner accordion.

Legion breaking ground with bursary

Tsawwassen Legion is among the first Legions in Canada to offer a bursary in support of the new Military Skills Conversion Program being offered at BCIT.

Butterfly Effect bookmarks raise $1,000 for Delta Hospice Society

The Delta Hospice Society was presented recently with the proceeds of a unique fundraiser taken on by a hardworking group of Southpointe Academy students.

Local pilot gets women involved in aviation

Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week takes place from March 4 to 10. Tsawwassen's Mireille Goyer is the founder and president of the Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide, the group behind the initiative.

Davies set to conquer fundraiser

Tsawwassen woman to ride to Seattle in June in support of the B.C. Cancer Foundation

Inspiring evening raises $50,000 for Reach

Inaugural Reach for the Stars gala in Ladner showcases society's successes and helps build for the future

Teens take their best shot with FVRL photo contest

Teens can celebrate Teen Tech Week throughout March by participating in Fraser Valley Regional Library's Picture This @ FVRL photo contest.

Go Green to screen doc

Go Green Delta will be bringing an award-winning documentary and its director to the Tsawwassen Library next week. A free public showing of Peace Out will be held on Wednesday, March 13 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Eight-week CMHA course will help participants live life to the fullest

Canadian Mental Health Association Delta has a course starting next month to help people feel better. Living Life to the Full is an eight-session weekly series for young adults and up that is based on cognitive behavioural therapy.
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