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The Madonna’s”, a happy group of giggling skaters who were all members of the Lake Cowichan District Skating Club, performed to a full house at the Lake Cowichan Arena March 18, 1987.  Front row left to right: Natasha Coulombe, Nina Padjen, Nadine Palliser, Nicole Clarkson, Noreen Heald, Jennifer Sirup. Back row, left to right: Sheila Zboyovsky, Lanaya Klette, Kristy Stroulger, Christina Monti, Skeena Kane, Lindsay Hartshorn and Michelle Alberts.   - Rolli Gunderson
  • posted Apr 16, 2014 at 3:00 PM

In years past, Lake Cowichan’s main street, known to all as South Shore Road, was called Riverside Drive.

Stylin’ Lake Cowichan School grads show fashion, strut for fellow grad

  • posted Apr 16, 2014at 3:00 PM

Grads helped to raise funds for one of their own, John Hieta, and his famil

Seniors’ centre has long been the site of community events

  • posted Apr 9, 2014at 2:00 PM

Years before Cowichan Lake District Seniors Centre was built, the property was occupied by the village’s first community hall.

Gordon and Castley empire in Lake Cowichan becomes ‘just a memory’

  • posted Apr 2, 2014at 11:00 AM

“Greendale Road it is now called,” wrote Trevor Green in his journal of February 21, 1965.

Lake Bloomer Garden Club gets sneak peek of plans for community garden

  • posted Apr 2, 2014at 11:00 AM

Guest speaker was Bob Day who presented his dream of an edible forest, community gardens and more.

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