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Recognize champions for the children

Do you know someone who has made a difference in the life of your child? The Tri-Cities Early Childhood Education Development committee would like to honour Tri-Cities Champions for Young Children through its Awards of Excellence program.

Take a walk and win a prize

If you take a walk - inside, out of the elements at Coquitlam's Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex - you can win prizes in the centre's Get Active Walking contest.

Dance for a cause at Zumba school fundraiser

A Coquitlam school is taking a high-energy approach to fundraising next week. Walton elementary, located in the Canyon Springs subdivision, is hosting as a fundraiser an hour-long Zumba class Jan. 26.

Kids, sign up for spelling bee

Spelling enthusiasts who are in Grades 4 or 5 are invited to showcase their skills by competing in the Tri-Cities libraries' fifth annual spelling bee in the new year. The libraries are accepting registrations for four spelling bees to be held Jan.

Understanding is key to compassion for homeless, say Charles Best students

A group of Dr. Charles Best secondary school students has a resolution they want Tri-City residents to adopt for 2011.

Making a connection was in the cards for Charles Best student

More than three weeks have passed since Christmas and the cards, tinsel and other holiday trappings have long been stored or recycled. But for a group of students at Coquitlam's Dr.

Coquitlam workshop on dying - and living - begins next week

Tri-City residents facing the death of a loved one can now benefit from an innovative six-session workshop called Making Dying Liveable featuring author John Izzo.
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