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Ticked Off looks at Lyme disease

A documentary on Lyme disease and the effects of the often-misdiagnosed condition will be screened at the Little House Society tomorrow night.

Author expands support for young writers

Ladner's Laura Thomas, who took her annual short story contest global this year, also hosting conferences
Delta Reads! has books for all ages

Delta Reads! has books for all ages

Delta libraries were hopping Sept. 28 for the kickoff a month full of programs, contests and activities to mark anniversaries at all three branches.

Give civic treats for Halloween

The Corporation of Delta is helping residents do Halloween the healthy way.
Interact Club busy again

Interact Club busy again

The Delta Secondary Interact Club, sponsored by the Ladner Rotary Club, is now into its second year of volunteer activities.

Recruitment Tea for Hospice Cottage

If you have time to spare, like meeting new people and would like to make a difference in your community, the Hospice Cottage Charity Shoppe would appreciate your help. The Delta Hospice Society is hosting a Cottage Recruitment Tea on Thursday, Oct.
University women's club presents bursaries to five female students

University women's club presents bursaries to five female students

The Canadian Federation of University Women - South Delta presented its annual bursaries to five local women this week. Each year the club holds an event to raise money for the bursaries and then advertises in the spring for candidates.

Workshop for caregivers

If you assemble three Delta residents in a room, chances are good one of them knows someone with Alzheimer's disease. That's how prevalent the disease has become, according to the non-profit Alzheimer Society of B.C.

The Waterford hosting open house tomorrow

The Waterford will be opening its doors for a public open house from 2 to 4 p.m. this Saturday. The open house will fall on the last day of The Waterford's week-long celebration for its 10th anniversary.
Book signing!

Book signing!

Children’s author Darlene Foster signed copies of her travel adventure books last Sunday at Black Bond Books in Ladner.
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