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Obituary: Helen Doreen (Nan) Mullen

Obituary: Helen Doreen (Nan) Mullen

'At the age of 14, Doreen moved with her parents to Nanaimo, BC, where she met her neighbour, Patrick Howard Mullen. In her diary entry that day, she confided that she found him "tall, not dark, but handsome". Seven years later, she married him.'
Obituary: William (Bill) Blakeman

Obituary: William (Bill) Blakeman

'Through his life's work, Bill made a meaningful contribution in the lives of others. After service in the Canadian Navy, he had a long career in healthcare. Retiring in Sechelt, which he loved, Bill was honored to serve as a director for the Sechelt Hospital Foundation.'
Obituary: Lloyd Evan Bingley

Obituary: Lloyd Evan Bingley

'A message from Lloyd: I LOVED SYLVIA, FAMILY, FRIENDS, WORK, CARS'
Community giving

Community giving

On Nov. 3, the Sunshine Coast Lions Club president, Bill Conway, presented a cheque for $1500 to the Sechelt Food Bank director, Chris Hergesheimer and Aenny Nagel, operations manager.
What the kids cooked up

What the kids cooked up

10-and 11-year-olds take a class at Coho’s commissary kitchen
Elphinstone Chronicles: The vegetarian friendly kind of ham

Elphinstone Chronicles: The vegetarian friendly kind of ham

Sunshine Coast Radio Club Society welcomes the ham-curious
Halfmoon Happenings: More than 80 attend HBCA AGM

Halfmoon Happenings: More than 80 attend HBCA AGM

Hi everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful week and were safe during the windstorms, atmospheric rivers and some snow! Oh my! Sunny weather and cold temperatures are in the forecast so bundle up. Welcome to winter on the Sunshine Coast.
Good Birding: Harbingers of winter arrive

Good Birding: Harbingers of winter arrive

Also, why the Roberts Creek jetty is a birding hotspot
Gumboot Nation: Meet your new columnist, Yvonne

Gumboot Nation: Meet your new columnist, Yvonne

Introducing Roberts Creek's new columnist
Fall fair for playground revitalization

Fall fair for playground revitalization

Chase away the November chills at the first annual Kinnikinnick School Fall Fair, happening Saturday, Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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