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Badlands offer surreal views

Badlands offer surreal views

Pets-N-Us fundraiser benefits S.A.I.N.T.S.

Pets-N-Us fundraiser benefits S.A.I.N.T.S.

On behalf of the generous citizens of South Delta, Michelle LeMoignan of Pets-N-Us presented a cheque for $2,510 to Sheila Kullar of S.A.I.N.T.S. Animal Rescue.

Party at this time of year just par for the course

Pick anything - even golf - to celebrate this winter
Legion's poppy fund gets boost from Honda

Legion's poppy fund gets boost from Honda

Honda Canada’s Blake Clarke (second from left) presented a cheque for $500 to the Tsawwassen Legion’s Poppy Fund last month. Representing the Legion are past president Lloyd Jones (left), poppy chair Al Wakarchuk and president Gary Bain.
Students lead one-act play fest at SDSS

Students lead one-act play fest at SDSS

South Delta Secondary students are getting ready to stage a one-act play festival next week. The student-directed festival consists of eight plays, four of which will be performed next Thursday while the other four will be staged next Friday.

So, you hired a trainer... now what?

Tips for getting the most out of those workout sessions
Show brings together paint and prose

Show brings together paint and prose

A collaborative exhibit between the South Delta Artists Guild and South Delta Secondary students is now on display at Gallery 1710 in Tsawwassen.
Babies are stars of health unit group

Babies are stars of health unit group

The South Delta Public Health Unit’s Baby and You group held a graduation party last month during which the younger members were arranged to make a star. Parents gather at the health unit weekly to discuss relevant topics and provide mutual support.
Winter Wonderland at rec centre

Winter Wonderland at rec centre

The South Delta Recreation Centre in Tsawwassen was turned into a Winter Wonderland from Dec. 22 to Jan. 3. The annual event created a “decorated world of skating enchantment with spectacular lighting.”
A true snowbird

A true snowbird