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Unit 12, 61 pass safety audits

Unit 12 Halfmoon Bay, of the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary - Pacific (CCGA-P), has just passed its safety audit with the resulting gold sticker being firmly affixed to the Ken Moore, the Unit's fast response vessel.

Coast dollars at work in Haiti

While Haiti is still suffering, donations from the Coast have made a difference in the past year.

A simple walk in the morning

"Watch us go" is the motivating slogan behind the Gibsons' Toastmasters group, Morningstars. The members take the idea literally. They are planning a community walk this Saturday, Jan. 15, starting at 10 a.m.

A second day of listening

Building on the success of its first day of listening event, the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives is hosting a second event on Friday, Jan. 21.

A birthday bash for 2010 babies

As part of Family Literacy Week celebrations, the Sechelt Public Library is hosting a their annual birthday party for all babies born in 2010. Babies and their families are invited to take part in the festivities on Saturday Jan.

Offering new year's resolutions for animal lovers

Is one of your new year's resolutions to lose weight? Why not leash up your pooch and take on that challenge together with daily walks and play time? Do you also plan to eat healthier in 2011? The B.C.

Minor hockey scores and gives back

Atom and peewee rep hockey players scored big time thanks to the community's support of the holiday food and clothing drives. Members of the peewee team delivered coats and blankets to the First United Church to overwhelming thank yous.

How do you raise calmer and happier children?

A very special Sunshine Coast evening lecture on how to raise children who are calmer, happier and more, by Kim John Payne, will be held this Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m. at the Seaside Centre in Sechelt.

Bring your telescope night

Did you get a telescope for Christmas, or do you have a telescope that you don't know how to use? If so, then the Royal Astro-nomical Society - Sunshine Coast Centre invites you to bring your telescope to the first club meeting of the year on Friday,

Armchair garden travels

Nearly everyone loves to travel to exotic places, and whether or not you are a gardener, it's always a pleasure to visit gardens.
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