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Steve Serbic, assistant chief of operations for the Surrey Fire Service, has written a book, “The Unbroken” delving into his struggles with post-traumatic stress. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey firefighter writes book to ‘be part of the change’ in stigma around post-traumatic stress

‘The Unbroken’ details Steve Serbic’s childhood, career and journey dealing with mental health issues

Capt. Reid Martin is leading a team of 14 Delta firefighters on Sunday, April 18 as they each ride 100 kilometres on stationary bikes to raise funds for the Delta Firefighters Charitable Society. (Submitted photo)

Delta firefighters cycling 100 km for charity

Virtual fundraiser this Sunday (April 18) to support Delta Firefighters Charitable Society

Seaquam Secondary student Martin Tang has been selected as a 2021 Loran Scholar, joining a cohort of 30 from across Canada. The Loran Award, valued at $100,000, includes annual stipends, tuition waivers from 25 universities, access to funding for summer work experiences, one-on-one mentorship, and annual retreats and gatherings. (Submitted photos)

North Delta student chosen as 2021 Loran Scholar

Seaquam’s Martin Tang one of 30 students across Canada to receive $100,000 Loran Award

Cruise for Your Cause is scheduled for April 24. (Contributed photo)

Cruise For Your Cause to benefit Sources food bank

Car enthusiasts set to cruise through South Surrey and White Rock on April 24

Cruise for Your Cause is scheduled for April 24. (Contributed photo)
The Delta Fire Fighters Healthy Snack Program is a new initiative launched in March by the Delta Fire Fighter and Charitable Society. The program currently supports six North Delta schools and will be expanding to many more schools in both North and South Delta in September. (Submitted photo)

Delta firefighters kick off school healthy snack program

Program currently supports six North Delta schools, with plans to expand across Delta come September

The Delta Fire Fighters Healthy Snack Program is a new initiative launched in March by the Delta Fire Fighter and Charitable Society. The program currently supports six North Delta schools and will be expanding to many more schools in both North and South Delta in September. (Submitted photo)
Retired Surrey teachers Alinda Ware (left) and Clara Penner are gearing up for the 10-km 2021 Virtual Vancouver Sun Run, with an aim to helping students in Kenya. Ware is wearing a T-shirt from the 1995 Sun Run she and Penner did together. (Contributed photos)

Retired Surrey teachers fundraising for Kenyan students

Clara Penner and Alinda Ware met in 1961, gearing up for 2021 Virtual Sun Run

Retired Surrey teachers Alinda Ware (left) and Clara Penner are gearing up for the 10-km 2021 Virtual Vancouver Sun Run, with an aim to helping students in Kenya. Ware is wearing a T-shirt from the 1995 Sun Run she and Penner did together. (Contributed photos)
South Surrey’s Kelly Tarry and her family participate in the inaugural BC Stay-at-Home Campout on April 25, 2020. The event is set to return this year - on May 1. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey mother organizing third BC Stay-at-Home Campout

This year’s fundraising event planned for Saturday, May 1

South Surrey’s Kelly Tarry and her family participate in the inaugural BC Stay-at-Home Campout on April 25, 2020. The event is set to return this year - on May 1. (Contributed photo)
Earl Marriott Secondary alumna Tanis Orsetti has received a $15,000 Cmolik Graduate Studies Scholarship to further her studies in the field of medicine. (File/Contributed photo)

Earl Marriott alumna selected for new $15K scholarship

Tanis Orsetti is studying the use immunotherapy in cancer treatment

Earl Marriott Secondary alumna Tanis Orsetti has received a $15,000 Cmolik Graduate Studies Scholarship to further her studies in the field of medicine. (File/Contributed photo)
Cali Martinez carries Sheba to safety after being stuck on an Ocean Park cliffside. (Nicole Lunde photo)
Cali Martinez carries Sheba to safety after being stuck on an Ocean Park cliffside. (Nicole Lunde photo)
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The Rotary Club of South Surrey is planning to host another shredding event on April 17, 2021.(Contributed file photo)

South Surrey Rotarians to host shredding event

April 17 fundraiser to offer secure shredding by donation

The Rotary Club of South Surrey is planning to host another shredding event on April 17, 2021.(Contributed file photo)
A South Surrey home at 3188 167 St. is one of nine grand-prize options offered as part of the Hometown Heroes Lottery. (Hometown Heroes Lottery photo)

Hometown Heroes Lottery features grand-prize home in South Surrey

Semiahmoo Peninsula prize package valued at $2.6 million

A South Surrey home at 3188 167 St. is one of nine grand-prize options offered as part of the Hometown Heroes Lottery. (Hometown Heroes Lottery photo)
Easter was “reimagined” by White Rock Baptist Church, and many homes were “egged” as a result. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: Semiahmoo Peninsula homes ‘egged’ by White Rock Baptist Church

Surprise treats part of ongoing outreach efforts during the pandemic

Easter was “reimagined” by White Rock Baptist Church, and many homes were “egged” as a result. (Contributed photo)
St. John Ambulance therapy dogs Penelope, Burke and Pig on a Zoom call. (Contributed photo)
St. John Ambulance therapy dogs Penelope, Burke and Pig on a Zoom call. (Contributed photo)
White Rock Youth Ambassador Emily Tepper delivers lunch to one of the first Bunches of Lunches recipients in November 2020. (bunchesoflunches.ca photo)
White Rock Youth Ambassador Emily Tepper delivers lunch to one of the first Bunches of Lunches recipients in November 2020. (bunchesoflunches.ca photo)
People wait in line for a free hot meal in White Rock. (Contributed photo)

Demand continues to climb for White Rock free hot meal service

‘People are suffering. No matter if someone is driving a good car, there is no money in the pocket.’

People wait in line for a free hot meal in White Rock. (Contributed photo)
Margaret Erickson was the winner of the CFUW Surrey/White Rock Bursary Foundation's $10,000 bursary, awarded May 15 as part of the organization's 60th anniversary events and to honour longtime member Elizabeth Bordeaux. (Contributed photo)

White Rock, Surrey CFUW offering three bursaries to women enrolled in post-secondary classes

Applications for Canadian Federation of University Women support close May 28

Margaret Erickson was the winner of the CFUW Surrey/White Rock Bursary Foundation's $10,000 bursary, awarded May 15 as part of the organization's 60th anniversary events and to honour longtime member Elizabeth Bordeaux. (Contributed photo)
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SENIORS SCENE: New provincial health order puts in-person fitness classes on hold

Online yoga, Zumba, stretching continue to be offered through Kent Street Centre

  • Apr 8, 2021
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Joe Viel, manager of Cloverdale Community Cycles, stands among some of the bikes that will be up for grabs April 10. The cycle shop is located directly behind Pacific Community Church at 5337 180 Street. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Community Cycles to hold bike sale April 10

Repair shop selling bikes for both kids and adults

Joe Viel, manager of Cloverdale Community Cycles, stands among some of the bikes that will be up for grabs April 10. The cycle shop is located directly behind Pacific Community Church at 5337 180 Street. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation, along with title sponsor Century Group, invites the community to participate in the 23rd annual Century Group Delta Health Hybrid Classic in June to raise critical funds for the hospital’s busy surgical department. (Submitted photo)

Hybrid golf tournament to benefit Delta Hospital

“In-person” portion to take place over multiple days in June, with virtual livestream program June 17

Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation, along with title sponsor Century Group, invites the community to participate in the 23rd annual Century Group Delta Health Hybrid Classic in June to raise critical funds for the hospital’s busy surgical department. (Submitted photo)