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Tuesday, 26 July 2022 07:27

Beach life

Regional Connections Immigrant Services hosted a beach safety evening at Rainbow Beach, July 18. After learning about drowning prevention and the Life Jacket Loaner Station, families enjoyed a swim and an evening of visiting on the beach. While it was the first visit to Rainbow Beach for many attendees, most…
Tuesday, 26 July 2022 07:21

A big thank you to all

The Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund held a special get together, July 19, with its many volunteers and sponsored families to celebrate the success of the endeavour and express its appreciation for all of the efforts that were made to ensure that success. The barbecue, held at Selo Ukraina that evening,…
By Ed StozekFor the Herald There was a great deal of local hockey interest as Dauphin had lost 9-7 in the opening game of the best of seven series to the Canmore Legionnaires. The game was played in front of 3,000 fans in the Wheat City arena in Brandon. Mayor…
Regional Connections hosted a baking and conversation evening, June 25, with local home baker and conversational specialist Nicole Yunker sharing a recipe for her homemade granola bars. Another baking and conversation evening for newcomers to Canada will take place in August. Contact Regional Connections at 204-647-0693 for more information.
Tuesday, 19 July 2022 07:38

Off to camp

Visitors to the local Tim Horton’s last Wednesday had the opportunity to help send some youths from underserved communities to a Tims Camp. On that day 100 per cent of proceeds from the sale of hot and iced coffee supported the initiative. As well, the public had and opportunity to…
Tuesday, 12 July 2022 07:37

Market time

Dauphin Farmer’s Market got a late start to the season this past week, although participation by vendors was minimal, with only two booths set up. Market co-ordinator Joyce Huska says although she was expecting more vendors for opening day, the weather as of late has market gardens well behind schedule.…
Tuesday, 12 July 2022 07:34

Fabulous finds for furry friends

Parkland Humane Society secured some much-needed funding through a two-day Garage Sale and Barbecue, Friday and Saturday. The popular annual sale saw people enjoy a hamburger, chips and drink combo while they searched through a huge inventory of goods, hoping to find a special treasure. 
By Ed StozekFor the HeraldWhile watching an episode of Family Feud one of the questions made me think about high school. Steve Harvey asked the show’s contestants how many friends from high school does a typical adult keep in touch with? It was surprizing that out of the 100 people…
Tuesday, 05 July 2022 07:06

Showing their pride

Danielle Schwitzer shakes the hand of one of her Grade 1 students at Henderson School, June 28, before handing him a Project Pride certificate on behalf of the Dauphin Lion’s Club. Lion Ted was on hand to explain to the students what Project Pride means. Lion Ted visited Grade 1…
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