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Burger sales net nearly $1,700 for H.J. Cody program

Burger sales net nearly $1,700 for H.J. Cody program

Thanks to Lodge 43 and Chris Jervis, owner of Crucial Diesel in Sylvan Lake, students enrolled in H.J. Cody High School’s industrial education program will have new equipment to use and learn with.
Celebrate being Albertan

Celebrate being Albertan

Sylvan Lake will be celebrating the first Alberta Day, Sept. 3 with an afternoon of family fun at Lion’s Legacy Park.
Sylvan Lake honouring military heroes

Sylvan Lake honouring military heroes

On Saturday, Sept. 10, Veterans Voices of Canada will be hosting their annual Flags of Remembrance ceremony at Sylvan Lake’s Centennial Park, where 128 Canadian flags will be raised, representing the 128,000 Canadian military and RCMP members killed or missing in action, lost in service from the Boer War to present-day missions.
Library group looking for new volunteers

Library group looking for new volunteers

The Friends of the Sylvan Lake Library made their final donation on Friday, after a decade of making a difference.
Slow down: back to school means sharing the road

Slow down: back to school means sharing the road

School days bring congestion: yellow school buses are picking up their charges, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, hurried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work.
Many local businesses featured in new Sylvan Lake board game

Many local businesses featured in new Sylvan Lake board game

The Town of Sylvan Lake is being celebrated with a board game featuring many of its businesses.
Sylvan Lake 100 Women Who Care chapter makes two donations

Sylvan Lake 100 Women Who Care chapter makes two donations

The local chapter of 100 Women Who Care – Sylvan Lake & Area were very happy to make donations to two very worthy recipients this past month. There was a tie between two nominated non-profits after the initial member vote, and a second vote resulted in a tie as well, so the proceeds were split between two very deserving local organizations.
Walk To Breathe goes virtual

Walk To Breathe goes virtual

Over the last two years, Chris Sadleir, the founder of Walk To Breathe, has walked 840 kilometres to raise money and awareness for Alberta Lung. But this year, due to health concerns, Sadleir is hoping Albertans will step up, instead.
Opinions wanted from Sylvan Lake businesses

Opinions wanted from Sylvan Lake businesses

Volunteers and members of the Sylvan Lake economic development team will be visiting businesses in town as part of the Business Visitation Program.
Sylvan Lake officer raising up-and-coming RCMP dog

Sylvan Lake officer raising up-and-coming RCMP dog

Sylvan Lake officer Cst. Matthew Lajeunesse is helping the RCMP raise the next generation of police dogs and he hopes to one day join the ranks of the K9 officers.