Skip to content

In the Community

Prayer breakfast next Saturday

The 38th edition of the Delta Leadership Prayer Breakfast is set for Saturday, Feb. 11 at 8 a.m. at the Delta Town & Country Inn. RCMP Insp. Tim Shields will be the guest speaker. Contact Linda Frost for tickets 604-943-7775.

Korean War vet keeping memories alive in book

Ladner's Bob Orrick has republished his book about Canadian sailors in the Korean War. Indelible Memories, a retrospective look at the conflict, now includes more stories from veterans and other updates.

Variety donates over $4,500 to buy pediatric pump for Delta Hospital

Variety - The Children's Charity has donated $4,575 to the Delta Hospital Foundation to purchase a pediatric infusion pump.

Coming Events

CLUBS AND GROUPS The Hospice Cottage Thrift Store has a Jewelry, Watch and Designer Collections Sale on Feb. 4 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1521-56th St., Tsawwassen.

MLA encourages undergrads to become tour guides

Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington is encouraging undergraduate students to apply to the Legislative Tour Guide Program. As tour guides, these students work in the heart of our capital city, Victoria, to bring B.C.

Apprentice mechanic tells peers how program changed his life

ACE IT allows students to begin accredited trades training in high school

Increased donations lead to over 400 pet food baskets

Feed the Animals Delta saw an increase of almost 300 per cent in donations this past Christmas compared to 2010.

Sun Run training clinic offered in Ladner Sundays

There's still time to register for a Sun Run InTraining clinic taking place weekly in Ladner. The 13-week guided clinic, one of more than 65 across the Lower Mainland and beyond, began last weekend. Last day to register is Feb. 3.

Vancity grant helps finance DYSL youth apprenticeship

The Delta Youth Support Line Society (DYSL) recently received a $5,000 grant from Vancity for its Youth Apprenticeship Program (YAP).

Stories for tots at libraries

Weekly drop-in storytimes have returned to local libraries this month. Babytime, for newborns to 23 months, runs Mondays at the Tsawwassen Library and Wednesdays at the Ladner Pioneer Library. Both sessions take place from 10: 30 to 11 a.m.