Donation

Dakin Chase Foundation founding directors Randi Chase (left) and Kjeryn Dakin received their first donation from the Gulls Give Foundation at the pilot restaurant Bukz on Lakeshore Dr., with Sully the seagull pointing out the yellow decal to let kids know what to look for. (Submitted)

Spreading the promise of a safe space

Offer refuge and support through challenging times

 

Members of the Eckville Fire Department pose with two tables worth of food and toy donations after the fourth annual toy drive on Dec. 14, 2019. File photo

Eckville Fire Department prepares for 6th Toy Drive

Dec. 4 drive to support families in need

 

Bianca Amor, owner of Bianca Amors Liquidation Centre, makes generous contribution to United Way to help in the fight against COVID!

Local liquidation store says ‘Thank you!’ with $300,000 donation to United Way

Funds will be distributed to United Way offices throughout the West Coast!

  • Feb 15, 2021

 

Lexie Libby, left, and her sister Emma Libby pose for a photo before the January surgery date last year. Lexie has suffered from an autoimmune disease which attacks her kidneys for the last 24 years. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

Sylvan Lake resident says kidney donation changed her life

Lexie Libby received a kidney from her younger sister Emma last summer

Lexie Libby, left, and her sister Emma Libby pose for a photo before the January surgery date last year. Lexie has suffered from an autoimmune disease which attacks her kidneys for the last 24 years. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News
CANADA SCREAMS FOR ICE CREAM - Tayah Tucker accepts an ice cream treat from volunteer Jessica Beckwith. Tucker was one of many residents of Sylvan Lake to purchase ice cream on June 24, during the Canada Screams for Ice Cream event at Sobeys. The proceeds of the event, more than $1,000, went toward the Flipside Youth Centre. FILE PHOTO

Recent Sobeys’ event donates more than $1,000 to Flipside Youth Centre

Canada Screams for Ice Cream also launches charity program for children.

CANADA SCREAMS FOR ICE CREAM - Tayah Tucker accepts an ice cream treat from volunteer Jessica Beckwith. Tucker was one of many residents of Sylvan Lake to purchase ice cream on June 24, during the Canada Screams for Ice Cream event at Sobeys. The proceeds of the event, more than $1,000, went toward the Flipside Youth Centre. FILE PHOTO
DONATION - Sylvan Lake and District Lions Club President Fred Schmaltz presents a cheque for $4,000 to Sean Durkin [left], Amy Komarniski and Jared Waldo. The donation is part of the Lions’ centennial project - an instalment of a planned total of $20,000 over five years - in support of the NexSource Centre.Photo submitted

Photo: Lions Club makes donation

The $4,000 donation is part of the club’s centennial project.

  • Jun 29, 2017
DONATION - Sylvan Lake and District Lions Club President Fred Schmaltz presents a cheque for $4,000 to Sean Durkin [left], Amy Komarniski and Jared Waldo. The donation is part of the Lions’ centennial project - an instalment of a planned total of $20,000 over five years - in support of the NexSource Centre.Photo submitted
CANADA SCREAMS FOR ICE CREAM - Tayah Tucker accepts an ice cream treat from volunteer Jessica Beckwith. Tucker was one of many residents of Sylvan Lake to purchase ice cream on Saturday, during the Canada Screams for Ice Cream event. From 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. residents were able to purchase ice cream for $2 donations. The proceeds of the event went toward the Flipside Youth Centre.                                PHOTO BY SAM MACDONALD/SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Photo: Scream for ice cream

June 24 was Canada Screams for Ice Cream where ice cream could be purchased for $2.

  • Jun 29, 2017
CANADA SCREAMS FOR ICE CREAM - Tayah Tucker accepts an ice cream treat from volunteer Jessica Beckwith. Tucker was one of many residents of Sylvan Lake to purchase ice cream on Saturday, during the Canada Screams for Ice Cream event. From 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. residents were able to purchase ice cream for $2 donations. The proceeds of the event went toward the Flipside Youth Centre.                                PHOTO BY SAM MACDONALD/SYLVAN LAKE NEWS