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Lions Club continues to give back

KidSport Sunshine Coast was able to increase the number of kids in the Sechelt area able to participate in sports this year as a result of the recent Sunshine Coast Lions Club contribution.

Sue Perry, a persevering success story

After 28 years, a long-held dream is coming true for a local woman - in a few days she will hold her master's degree in clinical psychology. An advocate of life-long learning, Sue Perry has worked hard to achieve this spectacular goal.

Gibsons Bottle Depot joins penny drive

Ron Pepper, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast, is pleased to announce that Sandy Cliffe of the Gibsons Bottle Depot has volunteered to provide a drop-off point for the penny drive.

A Hawaiian adventure for local Guides

The 1st Elphinstone Rangers made it. After 18 months of fundraising, the girls realized their goal when they stepped off the plane on the island of Kauai in March. During their stay they travelled to all parts of the island.

SCCA social kicks off arts exhibit

The Sunshine Coast Conservation Association (SCCA) is inviting the public to its annual Friends of Sunshine Coast Conservation Association (FOSCCA) event at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt on Tuesday, May 15, from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Captain Cook and the Transit of Venus

The Royal Astronomical Society presents Captain Cook and the Transit of Venus 1769 a talk by club member and historian Gary Little tonight (Friday) at the Sunshine Coast Art Centre.

Young Life draws large crowd

About 80 people came out to learn about Young Life (YL) and it's possible future on the Coast May 4 at the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden's Sparling Pavilion in West Sechelt.

Caring adults can make a difference

Who are the role models and influencers for youth today music, TV, movies, video games, social media networks and athletes; in addition to friends and family. Some of these influences can be very positive and others negative.

Take me out to the ball game

When a community shares a vision, many years of hard work, communication and extensive planning future generations benefit.

April Tools offers plenty of good times

Scattered rain drops couldn't dampen spirits at the 11th annual April Tools Wooden Boat Challenge in Pender Harbour on Saturday, April 28. Teams set up tents over their building spaces, and gathered at 10 a.m.
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