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When asked, in an online survey by the International Food Informational Council Foundation, women indicated they would rather lose $1,000 than gain 20 pounds.

Hope in the pain

Christmas is over for another year, but for many the pain of the holidays lingers on.

Coming events

The Parent-Child Mother Goose program at the Ladner Pioneer Library shares traditional rhymes, songs and stories as tools to strengthen the bond between both parent and child, newborn to 15 months. It runs Fridays at 12:30 p.m., Jan. 10 - March 14.
South Delta students look to raise $1,000 to build well in Third World

South Delta students look to raise $1,000 to build well in Third World

Two local high school students are hoping to raise money to help others in a Third World country get access to clean water.
Southpointe student brings sticks to play with kids in India

Southpointe student brings sticks to play with kids in India

Southpointe Academy student Cairo Malhi, 11, is going on a family trip to India over the Christmas holiday break and he plans on teaching local kids about hockey while he’s there.
Celebrate a Life Tree

Celebrate a Life Tree

Lynn Graham of Tsawwassen placed a tribute card on Delta Hospice’s Celebrate a Life Tree at the Harold & Veronica Savage Centre for Supprtive Care in Ladner.
Century donation to Deltassist

Century donation to Deltassist

Century Group resident managers proudly present Deltassist with $1,815.00 collected from their apartment tenants, along with boxes of toys and food.
Splashin’ with Santa!

Splashin’ with Santa!

Youngsters at the Winskill Aquatic and Fitness Centre in Tsawwassen got to splash around with Santa earlier this month. The special event also provided an opportunity to get an underwater photo taken with St. Nick.
Rotary Club of Tsawwassen hosts Christmas lunch for local seniors

Rotary Club of Tsawwassen hosts Christmas lunch for local seniors

The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen held its annual Christmas lunch for seniors on Sunday, Dec. 8.
Deltassist finds group of angels busy at Southpointe Academy

Deltassist finds group of angels busy at Southpointe Academy

Students at Southpointe Academy once again supported Deltassist’s Angel Tree program. Students made between 200 and 300 laminated angels last month that were distributed to participating businesses.