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FRIDAY DANCESThe Abbotsford Seniors’ Association (ASA) hosts dances every Friday from 7:30…
While a stereotypical perception of social workers may be one involving intervention in child care situations, the job entails far more.
The last thing gardeners on the West Coast need now is a severe cold spell … but according to Environment Canada, that’s exactly what’s happening.
Wondering where your next bus actually is, rather than where it’s supposed to be? Well, now there’s an app for that.
Robert Bateman Secondary in Abbotsford is among schools in the running for a $500 prize as part of Science World’s BC Green Games’ third annual Viewers’ Choice Awards.
Terry Hackett was in the warden’s office speaking with a man near the front gate of Sarposa Prison in Afghanistan’s Kandahar city, when the suicide bomber struck.
The Kiwanis Key Club staged a community volleyball tournament at Robert Bateman Secondary School on the weekend to raise money for SIGN (Surgical Implant Generation Network).
The Abbotsford Youth Commission (AYC) has launched a free multi-sport drop-in program for kids in Grades 7 and 8.
The first intercultural hub in Abbotsford was launched on Wednesday afternoon at the Matsqui Recreation Centre.
Barb Giraud spends countless hours every week baking dozens of banana loaves. It’s all for a project called Jaaja Barb’s House of Angels.
Linda Anderson knows graduation can be a huge expense for families.
There are event tickets, pictures and formal wear. A prom dress can cost upwards of $200.
The Positive Living Fraser Valley Society hosts Dr. Julio Montaner next month to discuss growing concerns about HIV prevention and treatment in the region.
An average of 40 walkers a day are taking advantage of the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre’s new walking program.
Local businesses and residents are being urged to help kids who have “pinned their hopes” on a mentoring relationship, by taking part in Bowl for Kids Sake 2011 – the most important fundraising event of the year for Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies in the Fraser Valley.
Did you know that in just seven years, one unspayed cat and her offspring can produce more than 450,000 cats? For dogs, that number is 4,000 and one unspayed female rabbit and her offspring can produce 95 billion rabbits in that same period.
The proceeds from the sale of a luxury home in Eagle Estates will be donated to benefit the Canuck Place Children’s Hospice in Abbotsford.
LIBRARY FRIENDSFriends of the Abbotsford Libraries hold their annual book sale at…
The world watched over the past month as a modern revolution took place in an ancient nation.