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BC Children's Hospital home lottery underway

In just over one month of ticket sales, BC Children’s Hospital Dream Lottery is outpacing last year. BC Children’s Hospital Lottery historically sells out. One reason may be the quality of prizes. As one ticket buyer said, “How can you not support the kids . . . and it’s easy when the prizes are so tempting. I love the house in Fort Langley so much, I’ve already moved in (in my dreams).”
Urban vegetable patch prompts plenty of comment

Urban vegetable patch prompts plenty of comment

A crop of vegetables and herbs has been planted in front of the Township of Langley Civic Facility building at 20338 – 65 Ave., to provide both decoration and education.
Lambs trimmed

Lambs trimmed

Amanda Gilliland, 17 and Samuel Cleary, 15, work with their lambs during the 4-H activities at the PNE last week. Both are members of the Langley 4-H Lamb and Woolcraft Club.
Langley group helps malnourished

Langley group helps malnourished

A Langley non-profit organization, The Food For Famine Society (FFF), is calling on Lower Mainland residents to join its efforts to help feed children in the Horn of Africa. The society is asking for cash donations to help purchase supplies of individual packets of Ready-To-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF), which is used to help treat children under the age of five who are suffering from severe malnutrition.

Celebrating our differences

Picturesque summer weather and the lure of a great multicultural experience brought record crowds of nearly 25,000 to the 10th annual Langley International Festival, held at the grounds of the Langley Events Centre last weekend.
Langley teen crowned at Sunshine Nation 2011

Langley teen crowned at Sunshine Nation 2011

Seventeen-year-old Fionn Wiens from Langley, was crowned the Girlz Champion of Sunshine Nation 2011 in front of a full house of audience at the Michael J. Fox Theatre on Friday, Aug. 26.
Water, baby

Water, baby

Nominees sought for awards

In January, 2011, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the creation of the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards to recognize the enormous contribution volunteers make to Canada. The awards recognize the exceptional contributions of volunteers, local businesses and innovative not-for-profit organizations in improving the well-being of families and their communities. Nominations are now being sought.

Golf tournament benefits schools

The sixth annual Langley School District Foundation golf tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31.