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Show will inform, amuse and delight

Fashion shows aren't for ladies only - at least not when Ivan Sayers is presenting them. Twice previously, he has brought his historical fashion shows to Sechelt - to enthusiastic applause and acclaim.

Red Shield Appeal set to start

Now in its 87th year, the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal has become an internationally respected and enduring symbol representing service characterized by love and compassion for the poor, the lonely and the oppressed.

Revenue increase for SD46

The preliminary 2005/06 school district budget has recently been completed. It shows a total increase in revenues of $1,147,054 over last year's budget, thanks mainly to an increase in the provincial grant of $1,032,956.

Accessibility concerns on the Coast

Imagine sitting in your favourite restaurant. You're midway through a spectacular meal when nature calls. For most of us, that's no big deal. We get up, walk up three stairs to get to the bathroom - end of story.

Residential development proposed

At the April 26 planning, environment and economic development committee meeting, Rockwood Properties presented a proposal to build 225 residential units in West Sechelt.

Condo plan going back to council

The Davis Bay condominium project slated for the vacant lot beside Pier 17 will be back before Sechelt council May 4 for a first reading on the 20th revised edition of the plan. Chris Moore of Davis Bay Development Inc.

Cap College program inspires

Inspired - that is how a group of volunteers felt after a workshop at Capilano College last week.

School of the Arts offers unique classes

Painting in Paradise -although it's not the name of the Gibsons School of the Arts, it very well could be.

Online prospectors stake Sechelt peninsula

Virtually the entire Sechelt Peninsula has been staked for mining claims using a new online system opened by the B.C. government in January. The B.C. government's map of mineral tenure at

Scholarships available for local students

The British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspaper Association (BCYCNA) will award some of the highest scholarship bursaries in British Columbia and Yukon again this year. Every high school graduating student in B.C.
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