Cloverdale

The 2022 Surrey Santa Parade of Lights is set to roll Dec. 4. The event is returning after a two-year hiatus and will travel along a slightly shorter route than it has in the past. (Image via Google Maps)

Surrey Santa Parade of Lights set for Dec. 4

Parade will travel shorter route than in other years

 

The annual Ladies’ Night Out shopping event will return to downtown Cloverdale along 176th Street Dec. 1. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Ladies’ Night Out to return to Cloverdale

Popular shopping event set for 5 - 9 p.m. Dec. 1

 

Alan Clegg accepts the Clovie award for Citizenship Excellence at the seventh annual Clovies gala Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. The Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce handed out an array of awards that night. Clegg’s Citizenship Excellence award recognized an individual who made “outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community through their commitment and dedication.” (Photo: Michael Gladkey / Gladkey Photography)

Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce names 2022 Clovie winners at gala dinner

Surrey’s most prestigious business awards handed out Nov. 16 at Hazelmere GTC

 

Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

WWII airman, 101, lays wreath at Cloverdale Cenotaph

Dick Deck was a POW for several months in 1945

Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Crowds return for Cloverdale’s Remembrance Day service in Veterans’ Square

101-year-old former POW Dick Deck lays wreath at Cloverdale Cenotaph

Dick Deck, World War II airman and former POW, is accompanied by Earle Fraser from the Cloverdale Legion to the cenotaph in Veterans’ Square Nov. 11, 2022. Deck laid a wreath on behalf of all prisoners of war. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Artist’s rendering of what the new Cloverdale hospital may look like. (Image via Fraser Health)

Fraser Health wants feedback on new Cloverdale hospital

Fraser Health now offering six avenues for Surreyites to provide input

Artist’s rendering of what the new Cloverdale hospital may look like. (Image via Fraser Health)
Siya Moallef (left) and Wayne Hudak volunteer at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Nov. 4 . The men work for Qualico, a real estate development company, that recently donated $10K to the Kitchen for its Mobile Meals program. The company also encourages its employees to help out in local communities as much as they can. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Qualico donates $10K to Cloverdale Community Kitchen

Company workers also volunteer at Kitchen

Siya Moallef (left) and Wayne Hudak volunteer at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Nov. 4 . The men work for Qualico, a real estate development company, that recently donated $10K to the Kitchen for its Mobile Meals program. The company also encourages its employees to help out in local communities as much as they can. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Speed bumps were recently installed on 190th in Campbell Heights in an effort to curb a street racing problem that popped up along the street. (Photo submitted: Scott Wheatley)

City curbs street racing problem in Campbell Heights

Chamber director worries racing will eventually emerge elsewhere

Speed bumps were recently installed on 190th in Campbell Heights in an effort to curb a street racing problem that popped up along the street. (Photo submitted: Scott Wheatley)
Earle Fraser, service officer for the Cloverdale Legion, escorts Silver Cross Mother Sian LeSueur after she laid a wreath at the cenotaph in 2019. Her son, Garrett William Chidley, was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. Fraser said the public can expect a normal ceremony in Veterans’ Square this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Remembrance Day services to be held across city

Ceremonies to be held in Cloverdale, Whalley, and Surrey Centre Cemetery

Earle Fraser, service officer for the Cloverdale Legion, escorts Silver Cross Mother Sian LeSueur after she laid a wreath at the cenotaph in 2019. Her son, Garrett William Chidley, was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. Fraser said the public can expect a normal ceremony in Veterans’ Square this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
World War II Veteran and POW Hans Andersen, then 98, lays a wreath for POWs at the Cloverdale Cenotaph in 2019. This year, Andersen and another former POW, Rick Deck will both lay wreaths at the Cloverdale Cenotaph. Both men turned 101 this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Two 101-year-old former POWs to lay wreaths at Cloverdale Cenotaph

Veterans’ square open to general public this year

World War II Veteran and POW Hans Andersen, then 98, lays a wreath for POWs at the Cloverdale Cenotaph in 2019. This year, Andersen and another former POW, Rick Deck will both lay wreaths at the Cloverdale Cenotaph. Both men turned 101 this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The 2023 Clovie Awards, hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, will honour the best of Cloverdale businesses. The winners will be unveiled at the Clovies Awards gala on Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Submitted)

Tickets now on sale for Clovie Awards gala

Cloverdale’s business excellence awards to be handed out Nov. 16

The 2023 Clovie Awards, hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, will honour the best of Cloverdale businesses. The winners will be unveiled at the Clovies Awards gala on Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Submitted)
The Surrey Beavers scrum down against Abbotsford in the Beavers’ annual “Ruck for the Cure” game Oct. 22 at Sullivan Heights Park. The club played two matches against Abbotsford and one match against Richmond as part of their annual cancer-research fundraiser. After the games, the Beavers raised more than $16,500 for cancer research. (Photo submitted: Brett Craig)

Surrey Beavers raise record amount for cancer research

Club tops previous event numbers; has now raised more than $143K

The Surrey Beavers scrum down against Abbotsford in the Beavers’ annual “Ruck for the Cure” game Oct. 22 at Sullivan Heights Park. The club played two matches against Abbotsford and one match against Richmond as part of their annual cancer-research fundraiser. After the games, the Beavers raised more than $16,500 for cancer research. (Photo submitted: Brett Craig)
Mayor-elect Brenda Locke drops the puck between Keegan Bankier (Cloverdale U18 A1 Assistant Captain, left) and Kai Sloan (South Delta Storm U18 A1 Captain) for a ceremonial faceoff at a Cloverdale Colts game Oct. 20. The ceremony was held to celebrate 50 years of the Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association. Others in the picture from left: Craig Sherbaty (CMHA director of hockey), Cam Miller (former player and emcee), Linda Annis (councillor), Rob Stutt (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), Mike Bose (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), and Deanna Cox (CMHA president). (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association celebrates 50 years

Special ceremony held at Cloverdale Arena Oct. 20

Mayor-elect Brenda Locke drops the puck between Keegan Bankier (Cloverdale U18 A1 Assistant Captain, left) and Kai Sloan (South Delta Storm U18 A1 Captain) for a ceremonial faceoff at a Cloverdale Colts game Oct. 20. The ceremony was held to celebrate 50 years of the Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association. Others in the picture from left: Craig Sherbaty (CMHA director of hockey), Cam Miller (former player and emcee), Linda Annis (councillor), Rob Stutt (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), Mike Bose (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), and Deanna Cox (CMHA president). (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
The Cloverdale Catholic School student choir provided music for a special 75th anniversary celebratory Mass held at Precious Blood Catholic Church Oct. 14. (Photo submitted: Nick Elbers)

Cloverdale’s Precious Blood Catholic parish turns 75

Vancouver Archbishop Michael Miller attended parish celebration

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The Cloverdale Catholic School student choir provided music for a special 75th anniversary celebratory Mass held at Precious Blood Catholic Church Oct. 14. (Photo submitted: Nick Elbers)
Scott Wheatley works in his office in Cloverdale on his presentation for the B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission, which he’ll present Nov. 3. Wheatley said the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce opposes the commission’s recent report recommending Cloverdale be split into two ridings for the next provincial election. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Chamber against proposed changes to local provincial riding

‘Keep Clayton and Cloverdale together,’ says Chamber’s executive director

Scott Wheatley works in his office in Cloverdale on his presentation for the B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission, which he’ll present Nov. 3. Wheatley said the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce opposes the commission’s recent report recommending Cloverdale be split into two ridings for the next provincial election. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The 2023 Clovie Awards, hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, will honour the best of Cloverdale businesses. The winners will be unveiled at the Clovies Awards gala on Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Submitted)

Cloverdale Chamber names Clovie Awards finalists for 2022

Surrey’s most prestigious business awards to be handed out Nov. 16 at Hazelmere G&TC

The 2023 Clovie Awards, hosted by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, will honour the best of Cloverdale businesses. The winners will be unveiled at the Clovies Awards gala on Nov. 16 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Submitted)
Volunteers pack meals for the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s Mobile Meals program. CCK is expanding its program to add clients after White Rock Meals On Wheels closed down after 51 years. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Community Kitchen expanding its Mobile Meals program

Kitchen taking on former White Rock clients; now in dire need of funds and volunteers

Volunteers pack meals for the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s Mobile Meals program. CCK is expanding its program to add clients after White Rock Meals On Wheels closed down after 51 years. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A display case containing memorabilia from the career of former Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association (CMHA) player Jennifer Gardiner is seen at the Museum of Surrey. The Team Canada jersey is Gardiner’s 2018-2019 World Junior jersey. The memorabilia is part of the museum’s new Community Treasures exhibition celebrating 50 years of the CMHA. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
A display case containing memorabilia from the career of former Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association (CMHA) player Jennifer Gardiner is seen at the Museum of Surrey. The Team Canada jersey is Gardiner’s 2018-2019 World Junior jersey. The memorabilia is part of the museum’s new Community Treasures exhibition celebrating 50 years of the CMHA. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Selena Senghera is the 2022 Beth Hutchinson Education Award recipient. (Photo: submitted)

Tweedy student wins Beth Hutchinson award

Selena Senghera awarded $5,000 scholarship

Selena Senghera is the 2022 Beth Hutchinson Education Award recipient. (Photo: submitted)
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Surrey’s Khaira feels ‘great’ after surgery ended his first Blackhawks season, marred by huge hit

The home game on Dec. 7 wasn’t a fun one for the 6-foot-4 forward, who grew up in Port Kells

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