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When a local women’s fitness centre closed its doors in January of 2012, many of the members wanted to keep it going.
The Summerland IGA held a fundraising barbecue on Saturday afternoon.
After years of waiting, those who lobbied for a new library in Summerland have finally seen their hopes and dreams come to fruition.
Music is the gift that Bill Okos brings to the world as he builds and restores musical instruments.
The Test of Humanity is all about giving. This is evident by the many volunteers, organizations, businesses and participants.
People often say to Brad Coates “you have the best job in the world. You get to drive that old train and blow the whistle!”
For the third year now, the Van Alphens have welcomed Summerland Steam hockey players into their home.
Doug van Vianen has enjoyed spending his working and retirement years, teaching others how to use the computer.
All open fires — including campfires — are prohibited throughout the Kamloops Fire Centre, which includes Summerland.
Born and raised in Summerland, Maureen Roberge has fond memories of her life here.
The alarm has been raised recently about a drug called fentanyl, which is causing disability and death due to overdose.
Customers stroll Main Street on Sunday during the weekly Sunday markets.
Involved in many projects, Barbara Thorburn played a key role in the birthing of the Philosophers’ Café.
The future of the Lakeside Presbyterian Church is somewhat up in the air at the moment.
Over the years cherry growers have planted varieties of fruit, that ripen later, such as the Skeena and Lapins cherry.
The provincial government has proclaimed July 11 and the month of July, as Collector Car Appreciation Day and Month.
Cyclists, walkers and joggers in Summerland will have a safe place to enjoy their activities on a 1.3-kilometre paved pathway.
The Summerland Legion, along with their community partners organized the Canada Day celebrations held in the community last Wednesday.
The passion of a group dedicated to promoting the Summerland Rodeo Grounds more than makes up for their lack of numbers.
The members of the Jolly Boys Club were instrumental in attracting tourists to Giant’s Head Mountain.