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Some of the performance groups at this year’s Surrey Children’s Festival include Les Moutons by CORPUS (above)

A time to shine at Surrey Children’s Festival

Now in its eighth year, annual event May 24-26 promises to bring out the kid in everyone.

Some of the performance groups at this year’s Surrey Children’s Festival include Les Moutons by CORPUS (above)
Sauce-soaked basting brush in hand

Surrey man finds the thrill of the grill

Brian Misko quit his day job to become a professional barbecuer and will compete at first Cloverdale Cowboy Cook-off.

Sauce-soaked basting brush in hand
Jan and Bob Marshall play with their black Lab

Volunteer puppy raisers needed

Canines socialized prior to their training as guide dogs for those with autism or the visually impaired.

Jan and Bob Marshall play with their black Lab
Maurice and Pauline Stiles were married on April 30

Laughter and longevity go hand-in-hand

Surrey couple marks their 64th wedding anniversary.

Maurice and Pauline Stiles were married on April 30
Two years ago

Professional barbecuer competes in Cloverdale

Slow-cooked flavour 'just kind of smacks you around,' grill aficionado says

Two years ago
Neil McCabe does his thing on the corner of Highway 10 and 152 Street.

Cornering the market on happiness

Smiling sign holder Neil McCabe brightens the corner of Highway 10 and 152 Street with a positive approach to his work.

Neil McCabe does his thing on the corner of Highway 10 and 152 Street.
Todd Reid (right) is pictured here with his best friend Graeme.

Providing hope for a friend

When he heard his friend's kidneys were failing, Cloverdale's Todd Reid didn't hesitate to offer one of his.

Todd Reid (right) is pictured here with his best friend Graeme.