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Proud of the straight poles, businessman Eric Bernard marked this photo showing…
Monday night, February 21 – Edward Milne Community School is hosting an…
In January the East Sooke fire department had received a house they could use for training.
Sweeping up to the front portico of the Belvedere Hotel in one’s roadster was a pretty exciting experience during the 1920s. Standing on the headland high above the Sooke River bridge, the view from the four-storey hotel took in the Sooke Harbour, Government Wharf, and Whiffin Spit.
Ethan is only six months old but in his short life span he has undergone six surgeries.
When medical issues arise people are often unprepared for what help they may need and what kind of equipment they need to make things easier.
Deep in a valley in the rainforest leading to Sheringham Point, as water heated on the big cookstove in the kitchen of the pioneer cottage, Grandma Cross was offering soothing comfort to her daughter-in-law. It was 1924, and young Lydia Cross gave birth that September day to her second child, named Thomas Charles for his father and grandfather. Eighty-six years later, Tom Charles came back to the old homestead to spend his remaining few months enjoying gazing out at the peaceful scenes of Cross Point Farm, on Sunnybrae Road.
Last spring, an outdoor courtyard Ayre Manor’s Complex Care wing had to be closed to residents for safety improvements. Up until then, residents with dementia had been enjoying the freedom of getting out into this enclosed courtyard during good weather.
Teen event well attended
Coming up with a new idea for a fundraiser is often difficult. Trying something different is dicey but if it works the results can surpass all expectations.
Activities continue for Sooke seniors