Cloverdale

The Cloverdale Community Football Association’s Peewee Bobcats celebrate after winning a provincial title Dec. 5 as they beat the Abbotsford Falcons 44-0 in the championship game. (Photo submitted: Yeera Sami)

Cloverdale Peewee Bobcats score six TDs on way to provincial title

Successful season ends for Cloverdale Community Football Association

 

The Cloverdale Peewee Bobcats hold their championship banner after winning the VMFL league title game over the White Rock Titans 22-6. (Photo submitted: Yeera Sami, Cloverdale Community Football Association)

Pair of Surrey football teams off to provincial finals

Cloverdale Cougars, Bobcats to play Dec. 5 in prov. title games

 

Kids from the Squamish Eagles U13 A2 team donate food and money to the Cloverdale Community Kitchen Nov. 28. The Kitchen delivered the items and cash to Camp Charis in Chilliwack Nov. 29 to help support flood victims. (Photo submitted: Matthew Campbell)

Squamish hockey team supports flood victims in Chilliwack

Cloverdale Community Kitchen has sent about 100,000 pounds of food and clothing to flood victims

 

A sulcata tortoise hitches a ride with Kelsey Langille, animal care coordinator with the Urban Safari Rescue Society. Urban Safari is holding a 50/50 draw ahead of Christmas to raise money. (Photo: Ursula Maxwell-Lewis)

Urban Safari Rescue Society looking to raise much-needed funds

2021 has been particularly difficult on the rescue

A sulcata tortoise hitches a ride with Kelsey Langille, animal care coordinator with the Urban Safari Rescue Society. Urban Safari is holding a 50/50 draw ahead of Christmas to raise money. (Photo: Ursula Maxwell-Lewis)
Artist Phyllis Atkins is seen working on some jewellery. Atkins is the program coordinator of the stɑlə̓w̓ Arts & Cultural Society, whom the Museum of Surrey partnered with for their third annual Christmas market. (Photo submitted: Museum of Surrey)

Two popular events return to the Museum of Surrey

Cloverdale Christmas Trees fundraiser and the third annual stɑlə̓w̓ Christmas Craft Market are back

Artist Phyllis Atkins is seen working on some jewellery. Atkins is the program coordinator of the stɑlə̓w̓ Arts & Cultural Society, whom the Museum of Surrey partnered with for their third annual Christmas market. (Photo submitted: Museum of Surrey)
Map with the location for the new Surrey hospital in Cloverdale. (Handout)

Cloverdale hospital project moves ahead

New hospital will have a state-of-the-art cancer centre

Map with the location for the new Surrey hospital in Cloverdale. (Handout)
Imogen Paul is crowned U15 Canadian National Irish Dance Champion. (Photo submitted: Jacquelyn Del Bianco Hardychuk)

Local dancers win big at Irish Dance competitions in Alberta

Imogen Paul crowned first ever U15 Canadian National Champion in Irish Dance

Imogen Paul is crowned U15 Canadian National Irish Dance Champion. (Photo submitted: Jacquelyn Del Bianco Hardychuk)
Paul Orazietti stands in Hawthorne Square. He said changes are coming to square, including signage and storyboards. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Changes coming to Hawthorne Square

Signage and storyboards to be installed

Paul Orazietti stands in Hawthorne Square. He said changes are coming to square, including signage and storyboards. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Paul Orazietti says sidewalks in Cloverdale have become major tripping hazards. Now he’s thankful repair work is finally being done. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Sidewalks under repair in Cloverdale

Sidewalks have become major tripping hazards: Orazietti

Paul Orazietti says sidewalks in Cloverdale have become major tripping hazards. Now he’s thankful repair work is finally being done. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Mayor Doug McCallum gives remarks during the 2021 Clovies Awards ceremony at Northview Golf & Country Club Nov. 17. (Submitted photo: Scott Wheatley)

Clovie award winners named during gala ceremony Nov. 17

Cloverdale business awards recognized exemplary businesses, not-for-profits, individuals

Mayor Doug McCallum gives remarks during the 2021 Clovies Awards ceremony at Northview Golf & Country Club Nov. 17. (Submitted photo: Scott Wheatley)
A vehicle rolls through Cloverdale Dec. 1, 2019 during the 14th annual Surrey Santa Parade of Lights. The 2020 parade was cancelled and now the BIA has announced the 2021 parade has been officially cancelled. (Photo: Olivia Johnson)

Surrey Santa Parade of Lights officially cancelled for 2021

One-day ‘charity’ event to replace parade; to be held Dec. 5

A vehicle rolls through Cloverdale Dec. 1, 2019 during the 14th annual Surrey Santa Parade of Lights. The 2020 parade was cancelled and now the BIA has announced the 2021 parade has been officially cancelled. (Photo: Olivia Johnson)
The Citizen Santa Parade winds its way through Cloverdale Dec. 23, 2020. This year the Christmas convoy returns on Dec. 11. (Photo: Submitted)

Cloverdale Drive-thru Christmas parade to roll Dec. 11

Event returns after inaugural Christmas convoy last year

The Citizen Santa Parade winds its way through Cloverdale Dec. 23, 2020. This year the Christmas convoy returns on Dec. 11. (Photo: Submitted)
“Holiday Passport” returns to Cloverdale starting Nov. 19. Put on by the Cloverdale Arts & Entertainment Association, the event offers a chance for shoppers to win $1,500 in gift cards from Cloverdale businesses. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Holiday Passport program encourages Christmas shopping in Cloverdale

Participants can win $1,500 in gift cards

“Holiday Passport” returns to Cloverdale starting Nov. 19. Put on by the Cloverdale Arts & Entertainment Association, the event offers a chance for shoppers to win $1,500 in gift cards from Cloverdale businesses. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
From left: The Cloverdale Legion’s Jeanne Arial and president Scott MacMillan present Meghan Neufeld, director of development for the Community Kitchen, and Melanie Yzerman, coordinator for the Christmas Hamper Program, with a cheque for $5,000. The funds will be used to support the Kitchen’s outreach programs. (Photo submitted: Lindsay Rempel)

Cloverdale Legion donates $5K to Community Kitchen

Funds will go to support the Kitchen’s food programs

From left: The Cloverdale Legion’s Jeanne Arial and president Scott MacMillan present Meghan Neufeld, director of development for the Community Kitchen, and Melanie Yzerman, coordinator for the Christmas Hamper Program, with a cheque for $5,000. The funds will be used to support the Kitchen’s outreach programs. (Photo submitted: Lindsay Rempel)
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 100 this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Two 100-year-old former POWs to lay wreaths during Remembrance Day ceremony in Cloverdale this year

Veterans’ square closed to general public; City of Surrey to livestream event

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 100 this year. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Volunteers pack Christmas food hampers for needy families the Alice McKay Building in 2020. Last year the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s annual hamper program served around 500 families and this year organizers expect that number to climb to more than 600 families. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Community Kitchen finds much needed warehouse space

Roller Derby team gives up building rental to help Christmas Hamper Program

Volunteers pack Christmas food hampers for needy families the Alice McKay Building in 2020. Last year the Cloverdale Community Kitchen’s annual hamper program served around 500 families and this year organizers expect that number to climb to more than 600 families. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Cloverdale minor football player Noah Yoo darts down the field Oct. 24 in a flag football game against the White Rock Titans. Cloverdale came from behind to edge White Rock 13-12. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Cloverdale minor football player Noah Yoo darts down the field Oct. 24 in a flag football game against the White Rock Titans. Cloverdale came from behind to edge White Rock 13-12. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Ursula Maxwell-Lewis chats about life, travel, and her start in journalism. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Ursula Maxwell-Lewis chats about life, travel, and her start in journalism. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition Association members cast ballots at the organization’s AGM, held Oct. 17 in the Agriplex. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Shannon Claypool out as president of Rodeo Association

Membership elects four new board members; Gerry Spielmacher new president

Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition Association members cast ballots at the organization’s AGM, held Oct. 17 in the Agriplex. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Walker, 10-month-old, and mom Katey Kloepper, from Calgary, were among the visitors to Art’s Nursery scarecrow stroll and fundraiser, which is on till Oct. 31 at 8940 192nd St. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Scarecrow stroll returns to Art’s Nursery

Charitable fundraiser offers build your-own scarecrow kits

Walker, 10-month-old, and mom Katey Kloepper, from Calgary, were among the visitors to Art’s Nursery scarecrow stroll and fundraiser, which is on till Oct. 31 at 8940 192nd St. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)