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Principal Angela Eadie-Gyori was very happy to see the progression of her students’ French language skills.
Students at Ecole Fox Run School were able to have the opportunity to compete against the Sylvan Lake RCMP for a good cause.
The league champion H.J. Cody Lakers Football team held a banquet to honour the team and individual successes of their squad.
Town council was presented with the Environmental Management Plan during this week’s regular meeting.
The Flipside Youth Centre has teamed up with Clean Conscience Recycling to form a new Green Team.
The Eckville Eagles Minor League Baseball Association held a registration night for anyone interested in playing ball in Eckville.
The Bantam Eagles brought home a League championship and Zone Championship banner to add to the walls of the Eckville Arena.
The moment that Sylvan Lakers have been working towards since 2001 has finally come. The NexSource Centre is open to the public.
The students of C.P. Blakely school gathered in their gym for a less traditional story time then usual.
Sylvan Lake council was updated on the Town’s Community Bus operations at this week’s meeting Monday evening.
Ecole Steffie Woima continued a tradition of expanding the literary minds of their children through a Scholastic Book Fair.
Our Lady of the Rosary is developing tool kits in order to allow young people to more concisely express their emotions
The Eckville Figure Skating Club delivered on their Skating Showcase.
C.P. Blakely School is continuing on an 18-year tradition that families in Sylvan Lake take with them for the rest of their lives.
The Pee Wee Lakers capped off a successful season with a league championship title over the weekend.
The Eckville Friendship Centre will be hosting the Photo Voice Exhibition on April 5th.
Alberta Environment and Parks have responded to the Town of Sylvan Lake’s request that Sylvan Lake Provincial Park be transferred.
Local small and home business had the opportunity to come out to the Sylvan Lake Community Centre and sell their products.
On March 16th, H.J. Cody School welcomed their future students into their halls for Music-a-thon.
Sylvan Lake is continuing to lead the way when is comes to anti-bullying in schools.