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Elementary students excitedly support Blue Jays success
Coats for kids seeks community donations for all ages
The community is patiently waiting the completion of the NexSource Centre expected to be finished in February of 2017.
For youth who love drawing comics, the Sylvan Lake Municipal Library is hosting a comic strip contest.
Sylvan Lake Town Council will be available and open to discussion during the Coffee with Council event this month.
The Bears played their first football game of the season against the Rocky Rebels last Saturday
The Sylvan Lake Lions played their season’s first football game against the Ponoka Broncs on Saturday afternoon.
This summer offered a wealth of exciting and memorable events that the community took part in and enjoyed.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to raise early awareness the annual baseball tournament Save 2nd Base will be held.
Paintball is a fun and competitive outdoor activity that is played in a safe combat style.
The wakeboarding season wrapped up successfully with the provincial competitions held in Alix Aug. 29.
Efforts are consistently being taken to maintain and improve the overall health of the lake.
Two catholic schools in Sylvan Lake recently said farewell to their principals.
Benalto Elementary School teachers and staff welcomed students back to school early this week, proving that the school is very much alive.
In a regular council meeting last Thursday, Lacombe County councillors agreed upon the amendment previously proposed.
Lacombe County councillors carried the recommendations for the second phase of the lake management plan.
Minor football has recently kicked off with players preparing for the season in the football camps held at the HJ Cody School field.
New members are being sought out for the Flipside Youth Drop-in Centre’s Youth Advisory Council.
Frigid lake temperatures were no match for the wakeboarding event that took place on Sylvan Lake last Sunday (Aug. 16).
The family of a Central Alberta youngster with cancer is gratefully accepting donations toward the expenses associated with his treatment.