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Our community in brief: April 29, 2015

Ladies on the green and kids in the kitchen this week in Lake Cowichan.

Young entrepreneurs open for business at LCS tomorrow

Lake Cowichan School students who have been participating in Powerplay Young Entrepreneurs, an educational program that helps students develop the tools needed to start their own business, are ready to display their business plans and sell products they’ve developed.

Residents are invited to attend the show tomorrow (April 30) from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. at the LCS gymnasium.

 

Royal Movie Night at LCS in support of Hill family

The Lady of the Lake Society is inviting residents to an evening at the movies with the Lady of the Lake princesses next Friday night (May 8) at the Lake Cowichan School gymnasium.

Admission is by donation (minimum $2) with proceeds supporting the family of Deana Hill, a local woman suffering from cancer.

Disney’s animated film Frozen will be shown at 6:30 p.m., and a concession will also be open.

 

Kaatza Art Group creating 2016 community calendar

After a positive response last year, Kaatza Art Group will be launching a 16-month calendar starting in September, with space for 17 local photographs.

The theme this year will be “celebrating the beauty of nature around Cowichan Lake.” Entry is free and photographers can submit three images to calendar@kaatzaartgroup.ca until May 8.

 

Kids in the Kitchen at Centennial Hall

Cowichan Lake Recreation is hosting a four-part class at Lower Centennial Hall from May 12 to June 2.

Vicki Ordano will teach kids ages seven to 12 how to prepare an assortment of healthy meals and snacks, as well as kitchen safety, nutrition and Food Safe principles.

Registration is $40 and the deadline is May 7.

 

Ladies golf at March Meadows now underway

The ladies teed off earlier this month as the golf season began, and are now looking for more golfers to join them on the green.

On May 4, members and non-members alike are invited to March Meadows for nine holes starting at 4 p.m. Groups and individuals are both welcome, and prizes will be available.

For more information, you can reach the pro shop at 250-749-6241 or online through Facebook.

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