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In-school mentors a powerful thing

Forty-five-year-old Sherry Klassen skips out of work to go to school for one hour every week. During one recent school visit, she played on the spinning tornado until she was dizzy and hung upside down like a monkey from the monkey bars.

Community Food Hub seeks support

The Food Action Network of the One Straw Society has a great idea and needs community support to make it happen.

A day of listening

The Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives is giving members of the community a chance to interview someone special in their life and have their stories recorded for the future. A day of listening is being presented in one-hour sessions from 9 a.m.

Reflections of Normandy

This past summer, I travelled to France. While there, I took a trip with some friends to Juno Beach in Normandy, the spot where Canadian soldiers landed on D-Day. It was not at all what I expected.

Open house for Sechelt image

As soon as the doors opened at Sechelt's tems swiya Museum on Wednesday night, Nov.

Preschool celebrates new playscape

Jack and Jill Parent Participation Preschool celebrated its 41st anniversary of healthy, active, living and learning recently with the completion of a its new playscape project. On Oct.

Local boys come home for CD release concert

The Roberts Creek Hall will be rocking Saturday night to the tunes of a great band with lots of local ties to the Sunshine Coast.

Did they tame the Dragons?

Sechelt residents and HapiFoods Artisan Cereal founders Corin and Brian Mullins will be appearing on an upcoming episode of Dragons' Den, airing Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. on CBC TV.

Fabulous items up for bid at gala celebration

Once again the Sunshine Coast Conservation Asso-ciation (SCCA) invites the community to their annual Celebration of Conser-vation on Saturday, Nov. 13 at the Seniors Centre in Sechelt.

Flu story honours hometown heroes

Chatelech drama students have taken on the challenge of an emotionally mature play in honour of Remembrance Day - and they are doing an excellent job.