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Community in Focus: Bees, teas, and diabetes

The South Delta Leader is committed to sharing the news and views of residents in Ladner and Tsawwassen each week, not just in words but also through pictures. Here is our weekly "Community in Focus" page as it appeared in today's newspaper:

First photo: Open Space Yoga and South Delta Crossfit raised close to $1,300 at their fundraising event to support The Canadian Diabetes Association. From left to right: Jeordie Ker, Michael Rudd and Terri-Lyn.

Second photo: Delta Cable joined the Earthwise Garden Society’s “Feed the Bees” program by planting a bee-friendly garden outside the company’s headquarters on Ladner Trunk Road last Friday. The initiative is designed to support the repopulation of bees in the Delta area. From left: Kirk Godin, Patricia Fleming, Tina Clarke, Shawn Mudge, Tannis Goodfellow, and Ian Tait.

Third photo: HoneyDo Lifestyle Assistant hosted its first annual High Tea ‘Just for Seniors’ fundraiser this month in support of Delta Hospital. More than 50 people attended the event, wearing their finest hats and attire to enjoy afternoon tea at Kirkland House Gardens in Ladner. Owner Rhonda Doram (on right) presents DHF’s Jackey Zellweger with a cheque for money raised.

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