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This was the scene looking north in Lowertown in 1956.
Students at Trout Creek Elementary School collected presents for the Toys and Toonies for Tots and Teens drive.
Rosa King has been told that she is the oldest woman living in Summerland and she very well may be. On Dec 26, King will be 103 years old.
Members of the Skaha Kennel Club donated around 100 kilograms of food and $415 to the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre.
The South Okanagan Recope Society received a donation of $25,000 frokm the Summerland Health Care Auxiliary.
The Summerland Review opened in Lower Town more than 100 years ago and has served an important role in our community ever since.
John Topham hangs a panel of the frieze at the new Summerland Community Arts Centre location.
Lord Shaughnessy’ Summerland Syndicate bought the Barclay Ranch in 1902 and Summerland was founded.
Big and loud were Sophia Zang’s first thoughts when thinking of a way to attract people to the Arts Centre at its new location.
Ever wonder what it would be like to just get in the car and start driving?
The Summerland Food Bank is trying to collect winter clothing items to help keep everyone warm all season
A scientist at the Summerland Research and Development Centre is studying nutrient management for apples, cherries and grapes.
Paul Randall, third from right, a World War 1 historian, shows artifacts from the war to Summerland Middle School students.
Members of the Summerland children’s Choir are already working on songs for the holidays.
Within the span of less than a year, the Summerland Refugee Sponsorship Group has brought two families to the community.
Summerland Secondary School’s Class of 1968 held a reunion on the Labour Day weekend.
This year’s Summerland Festival of Lights will feature festive fun with a country twist.