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After almost 25 years of organizing the Action Festival’s Slow Pitch Ball Tournament, Allan and Dianne Mann have retired.
A brand dedicated to happiness. That is how Harry Holman describes the online community he is building through his website.
It appears that the old adage, “two heads are better than one,” can apply to organizations as well as individuals.
Summerland’s 45th Annual Blossom Pageant took place at Centre Stage Theatre this past weekend.
A VE Day celebration was held at Canyon View Cemetery on Sunday afternoon.
The Musaic Vocal Ensemble members are currently practicing for their upcoming spring program.
Ed Antonovitch canvassed for the Canadian Cancer Society faithfully for 24 years.
What does it mean for Summerland to have its own hockey team? Who owns this team and what does that entail?
Dick Clements, 88, has been described as a unique and genuine human being.
Every young hockey player’s dream would be to skate with the professionals.
Billy Boerboom was named Summerland's Good Citizen/Volunteer of the Year.
A club at Summerland Secondary School is working under the umbrella of the social enterprise organization, Me to We.
Dan Nixon is a young activist who is working for change in the areas of health and wellness, social justice and the environment.
Ann Vergamini and her husband John have been raising chickens and selling eggs in Summerland for the past 45 years.
Frank and Marge Kuroda have been married for the past 63 years.
The town of Summerland is blessed with having “Snow Angels,” people who shovel snow for others. The community of Faulder has them too.
Janice Blackie-Goodine is a set decorator. She has created the backdrop scenes for some of the biggest movies of our time.
Juliet Schoonderwoert first read about the Great Christmas Match-Up initiative, in the Summerland Review.
After almost 24 years at the Summerland Review, Jo Freed has retired from her job as advertising manager.
A new foundation has been formed in Summerland, called Stop the Struggle.