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Mark Booth

Mark Booth

Mark Booth is the sports editor of the Delta Optimist, who also writes about a wide range of aspects in the community from business to lifestyles to arts and entertainment. If you have a sports tip or interesting story for Mark you can reach him at mbooth@delta-optimist.com.

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Recent Work by Mark

South Delta residents taking advantage of AstraZeneca shots

South Delta residents taking advantage of AstraZeneca shots

Local pharmacies involved in inoculation of 55-to-65-year-old demographic
Heroic actions of witnesses save man trapped under car in Tsawwassen

Heroic actions of witnesses save man trapped under car in Tsawwassen

Car needed to be lifted off trapped pedestrian
A minor hockey season like no other

A minor hockey season like no other

SDMHA grateful of coaches and volunteers in dealing with an unprecedented campaign
Ladner woman honoured for enhancing the lives of seniors

Ladner woman honoured for enhancing the lives of seniors

Debbie Cheong receives Sport BC's In Her Footsteps Awards
Delta Emergency Weather Shelter deactivates after busy winter

Delta Emergency Weather Shelter deactivates after busy winter

It was the busiest and most challenging winter yet for Delta’s Emergency Weather Shelter (EWS) and organizers are grateful for the community support that helped get them through it.
Tsawwassen senior walking for Kenya

Tsawwassen senior walking for Kenya

Please consider supporting Penner’s efforts with a donation to KEEF.
Major renovation underway at East Ladner pump track

Major renovation underway at East Ladner pump track

Re-design will make circuits appealing to all ages
Donations provide fresh new look for Tsawwassen Legion

Donations provide fresh new look for Tsawwassen Legion

Updates included updated logos and frosted windows
Tsawwassen sister and brother thriving on NCAA golf circuit

Tsawwassen sister and brother thriving on NCAA golf circuit

Amanda Minni helps Oregon State finish fourth in Arizona
Ladner carver’s spectacular work headed to Vancouver Island

Ladner carver’s spectacular work headed to Vancouver Island

Project was commissioned by Comox Regional District