Carla McLeod

Teens benefit from club involvement

People in Summerland are familiar with the Summerland Asset Development Initiative’s Unity Youth Club.

Couple active in community work

This year it is a couple who are sharing the title of Citizen/Volunteer of the Year, for Summerland.

Fun Spiel action

The Legion Fun Spiel was held at the Summerland Curling Club on Saturday.

Race organized in Walker’s memory

Ellen Walker-Matthews has lived through the loss of her son to colon cancer and found the strength to create a memorial race in his name.

Buildings and sites reflect heritage

The third week in February has been designated Heritage Week.

Juliens have faced challenges together

February is the month when our thoughts turn to love…romantic love, the kind that often leads to marriage.

Support offered after brain injuries

The South Okanagan Similkameen Brain Injury Society is offers support to people who have suffered a brain injury or stroke.

Money available for youth work

The board of directors for the Summerland Charity Shops Society would like the community to know that they are still here.

Funding available from Summerland Charity Shops Society

The board of directors for the Summerland Charity Shops Society would like the community to know that they are still here.

Burt retires from Credit Union role

Herlinda Burt has worked for the Summerland Credit Union for almost 28 years.

An icy way to start the New Year in Summerland

Even though temperatures were well below freezing, there was no shortage of brave souls participating in the annual Polar Bear Dip

Vaisanen to assist refugees from Syria

Lesley Vaisanen asked her family to assist her in going to the Greek island of Lesvos.

Students support a family in need

The ability for children to use their creative imaginations is evident in Tracy McElhinney’s Grade 6 class.

Dramatic fundraiser scheduled

A Christmas Pudding. Not only a favourite holiday treat, but also the name of a show to be performed by the Summerland Singers and Players.

Historic nativity display restored

After being away for 48 years, Dorothy Inglis has returned home to Summerland to enjoy retirement.

Volunteers to build Kingdom Hall

The Jehovah's Witnesses will come together to build the new Kingdom Hall in a matter of eight weeks.

Supplemental income program offered

Many people living on pensions, social assistance and disability benefits are forced to visit the local food bank in order to survive.

Legion changing as veteran base declines

The face of the Royal Canadian Legion is changing.

Murray gives time for volunteer efforts

Carleen Murray is inclined to shy away from publicity and doesn’t volunteer for the sake of notoriety.

Breast cancer survivors paddle together

Cathie Lauer is not only aware of what it means to be a breast cancer survivor, but was instrumental in starting Survivorship