Ian McIntosh feels much lighter these days, since retiring from his position as director of development services.
The Summerland Art Club has a long history in Summerland.
Rob King is known for being a great swimmer who competes each year in the B.C. Senior Games.
The Summerland Horseshoe Club is turning 60 years old this summer.
Being a Canadian means everything to 95-year-old Charlie Bernhardt.
For Connie Davis, volunteering is a good health formula.
Can someone who is visually impaired be taught to paint a picture?
Janna Reid thought not, but Tammy Jackson said otherwise.
the 46th annual Summerland Blossom Pageant was held on the weekend of May 6 and 7 at Centre Stage Theatre.
It is distressing that there are still people who feel they are entitled to dump their garbage in the wilderness.
Summerland is a town where people don’t hesitate to help each other. This is something outsiders take note of and residents appreciate.
Even though Lisa Scott wasn’t sure in what direction her education would take her, she knew that she wanted to make a difference.
Earlier this year, Ayman Kanaan was nominated for the Summerland Citizen/Volunteer of the Year Award.
For Christians the world over, Easter is a time to reflect on Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.
People in Summerland are familiar with the Summerland Asset Development Initiative’s Unity Youth Club.
This year it is a couple who are sharing the title of Citizen/Volunteer of the Year, for Summerland.
The Summerland Skating Club would not exist were it not for its base of parent volunteers.
The Legion Fun Spiel was held at the Summerland Curling Club on Saturday.
The third week in February has been designated Heritage Week.
February is the month when our thoughts turn to love…romantic love, the kind that often leads to marriage.
The South Okanagan Similkameen Brain Injury Society is offers support to people who have suffered a brain injury or stroke.