Boaz Joseph

In Sam Oeun illustrated Mary-Jo Glen Ohl’s book about him. The Cambodian worker and artist met the Cloverdale woman when she was on vacation in 2014.

Connections from The Killing Fields

North Delta teacher-librarian tells the story of a Cambodian refugee she keeps in touch with.

In Sam Oeun illustrated Mary-Jo Glen Ohl’s book about him. The Cambodian worker and artist met the Cloverdale woman when she was on vacation in 2014.
Tammas Grogan (left) and Kate Elliott have created the Gro-Carts Mobile Garden project to educate the public about growing food in small places.

Put a little love in your cart

Gro-Carts Mobile Garden project aims to educate as well as feed.

Tammas Grogan (left) and Kate Elliott have created the Gro-Carts Mobile Garden project to educate the public about growing food in small places.
Chick Stewart and his daughters Colleen Pollon (centre) and Suzanne Dahl will help celebrate the life of Marilyn Stewart at the Alzheimer Walk on May 1. Marilyn designed Surrey's Czorny Alzheimer Centre

Making memories matter

Alzheimer Society to honour Czorny Centre founder Marilyn Stewart at May 1 Alzheimer Walk.

Chick Stewart and his daughters Colleen Pollon (centre) and Suzanne Dahl will help celebrate the life of Marilyn Stewart at the Alzheimer Walk on May 1. Marilyn designed Surrey's Czorny Alzheimer Centre
Devon Gardens Elementary Grade 4 student Koen Lavender

Meet your makers

North Delta Maker Lab imagines the future with 3D printing and laser cutting.

Devon Gardens Elementary Grade 4 student Koen Lavender
Volunteers at the Muslim Food Bank. From left: Moona Ali

Forging community connections

In addition to receiving basic necessities, newcomers in need find friendship and learn basic skills at the Muslim Food Bank.

Volunteers at the Muslim Food Bank. From left: Moona Ali
Coach Cassandra Earle high-fives players at Surrey Football Club’s Adapted Soccer program at Newton Athletic Park.

Soccer for everyone

Surrey Football Club launches Adapted Soccer program for kids with developmental disabilities.

Coach Cassandra Earle high-fives players at Surrey Football Club’s Adapted Soccer program at Newton Athletic Park.
Surrey Beavers’ Trevor Sear (left) gets a good grip on Bayside Sharks’ ball-carrier Logan Smith during a BC Rugby Union men’s game at Sullivan Park last Saturday.

PHOTO: Beavers win Onion Cup

Surrey Beavers edge Bayside Sharks' top men's rugby club 39-7 to claim the Onion Cup title.

Surrey Beavers’ Trevor Sear (left) gets a good grip on Bayside Sharks’ ball-carrier Logan Smith during a BC Rugby Union men’s game at Sullivan Park last Saturday.
Grade 12 student Joban Bal helped organize the Young Blood for Life blood donor clinic at Tamanawis Secondary.

Tamanawis students roll up their sleeves

Students organized school's first blood donation drive March 9.

Grade 12 student Joban Bal helped organize the Young Blood for Life blood donor clinic at Tamanawis Secondary.
A cancer patient

Driven to help cancer patients

Volunteers from cancelled program getting back in their cars.

A cancer patient
Second World War veteran Gerry Gaudet

A veteran’s Valentine

In love and war, Gerry Gaudet made good on a promise to his fiancée Irene: He came home.

Second World War veteran Gerry Gaudet
Howie

A guiding light for eight years

Howie is retiring as Lynn Jensen’s guide dog – but she’s not letting him go.

Howie
A netherworld of nostalgia

A netherworld of nostalgia

Graeme Patterson’s Secret Citadel exhibition at the Surrey Art Gallery explores childhood memories and friendships.

A netherworld of nostalgia
Dave Wilkinson

Seniors come in from the cold

Surrey Food Bank clients find warmth and companionship at the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre.

Dave Wilkinson
Beaverbrook Vimy Prize winner Carson Jones

‘The least we can do is remember them’

A North Delta student visits war sites in Europe where her great-grandfather did battle a century ago.

Beaverbrook Vimy Prize winner Carson Jones
Studio seventy three artists Fatima Khan

Art showcase in Newton gives new opportunities

Studio seventy three in Surrey provides new space for artists with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries.

Studio seventy three artists Fatima Khan
A horrifying Surrey tradition continues

A horrifying Surrey tradition continues

Potter's House of Horrors is a total nightmare – for your Halloween pleasure.

A horrifying Surrey tradition continues
A bus stop in Gagra in the disputed region of Abkhazia.

The bus stops were just waiting for pictures

Surrey photographer Christopher Herwig’s book has a title that says it all: Soviet Bus Stops.

A bus stop in Gagra in the disputed region of Abkhazia.
Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is frustrated power is still out at the busy charity.

UPDATE: Power finally restored at Surrey Food Bank

No power for four days means loss of all perishables; corporate donors step up to help.

Surrey Food Bank Executive Director Marilyn Herrmann is frustrated power is still out at the busy charity.
Nathan Cottell (in the title role of Titus) and Courtney Shields (playing his brother Marcus) prepare for the Vancouver Fringe Festival’s presentation of Titus: The Light and Delightful Musical Comedy of Titus Andronicus. The show runs eight times from Sept. 10-20.

A bloody good musical comedy

A South Surrey actress takes part in Shakespeare’s most violent play turned on its ear at the Vancouver Fringe Festival.

Nathan Cottell (in the title role of Titus) and Courtney Shields (playing his brother Marcus) prepare for the Vancouver Fringe Festival’s presentation of Titus: The Light and Delightful Musical Comedy of Titus Andronicus. The show runs eight times from Sept. 10-20.
Civil engineer and business consultant Ivan Scott has taken insight from the animal world to teach lessons in business. In July

What would the animals do?

A South Surrey author publishes business lessons learned from the scrublands of Africa.

Civil engineer and business consultant Ivan Scott has taken insight from the animal world to teach lessons in business. In July