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Environmental group receives grant

Cottage Life is pleased to announce that the Sunshine Coast Wildlife Project is one of the 2012 recipients of the Cottage Life Environment Grant.

Barker serves up A Fine Romance

In the spring of his life, poet Terry Barker of Sechelt was attracted to a young woman, Connie, like a moth to flame. They wed and he promised her a trip along the exotic Silk Road - one day.

Benefit concert to raise awareness

A benefit concert featuring hundreds of photographs with live music will be held next Saturday, April 14, at the Roberts Creek Hall in support of preserving the forests of Mount Elphinstone. The benefit gets going at 7:30 p.m.

Moths in your backyard

The Sunshine Coast Natural History Society presents an interesting discussion on B.C. moths at its next meeting on Friday, April 13. Libby and Rick Davis will give a presentation on B.C. moths.

St. Bart's Food Bank needs help

In 2010, the Anglican Parish of St. Aidan and St. Bartholomew started a food bank to help close a significant gap in services on the Sunshine Coast. Open from 1 to 3 p.m.

Clean out your closet

Community Treasures Thrift Shopat 731 North Road in Gibsons (formerly the Gibsons Thrift Shoppe), is asking you to clean out your closet, finish your spring cleaning, and donate your used merchandise for a great cause.

Sechelt boy to donate his blond locks

An eight-year-old Sechelt boy has decided to donate his hair to Angel Hair for Kids, a charity providing wigs to children who have experienced hair loss due to a medical condition or treatment.

Plenty of fundraisers for playground

Trade your pennies in for play, or support one of the many other fundraisers planned in the next few months to help build an accessible playground in West Sechelt.

Documentary calls for change

A documentary film that reminds viewers that we still have a long way to go, baby, screened at the Raven's Cry Theatre in Sechelt on March 27 to an audience of mostly women.

Rotary to welcome Panamanian student

In just about three weeks, the population of Garden Bay will be increasing by one. The Pender Harbour Rotary Club is pleased to announce the arrival of a visitor from Panama.
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