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Chairs for Africa

Squamish resident collects seats to be auctioned for charity

Snowmobilers donate hit summer camps

While snowmobilers hit their snow hiatus, money they raised last winter is providing children with summer camp memories. Snowarama, a 35-year-old BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities fundraiser, raised more than $32,000 this year - $1,822.

SHS looking for material

Squamish Historical Society seeking photo contributions

Beefing up on volunteers

Rotary Club on hunt for help

Making a 'bigs' difference

Big Brothers Big Sisters marks 100 years of youth mentoring success

Dangerous pet feast

Pet owners need to be wary of what their furry friends eat

Trying new things in the 'big city'

Northern youth program hits Squamish

District calendar jam-packed

More than 60 events on community's schedule

The My Health, My Community Survey

It has long been said that we are what we eat, but is that it? Our health and well-being are also closely linked to where we live and what we do. Understanding these intricate relationships is one goal of community health, also called public health.

Proactive parenting

"A waiting person is a patient person. The word patience means the willingness to stay where we are and live the situation out to the full in the belief that something hidden there will manifest itself to us." Henri J.M.
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