Andrew Cage from Island Irrigation and Landscaping is hydro seeding grass on at the Vancouver Island Regional Library. That same day seeding was completed on the ball fields by the arena.

Andrew Cage from Island Irrigation and Landscaping is hydro seeding grass on at the Vancouver Island Regional Library. That same day seeding was completed on the ball fields by the arena.

Our community in brief: March 24, 2015

Seniors' Bazaar and road hockey show that spring has sprung in Lake Cowichan.

Nominations still open for LC Community Awards

The Cowichan Lake District Chamber of Commerce continues to seek nominations for their annual Citizen of the Year and Nichole Stock Community Service awards.

The Citizen of the Year Award will go to an individual who has spearheaded a project that has benefitted the community as a whole.

Nomination forms can be found at the Visitor Centre and will be accepted until April 17.

 

Cowichan Lake Seniors’ Spring Bazaar

The 50 Plus Activity Centre will be hosting the annual Cowichan Lake Seniors’ Spring Bazaar this Saturday (March 28) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The event will also feature a silent auction as well as snacks and refreshments.

The 50 Plus Activity Centre is located on 55 Coronation Street, across from the post office.

For more information, call 250-749-6121.

 

Lake Cowichan School to host health fair

LCS will be hosting a health fair on April 16, designed to inform students and the community about health issues and opportunities in the area.

Grade 10 students will be presenting their research on various health topics and activities, and several local groups will be represented with booths. The event is open to the public.

To participate, contact Noni Battye at nbattye@sd79.bc.ca

 

Summer road hockey registration open

Lake Cowichan’s annual Road Hockey Tournament is set to begin on June 14, and coordinators are now looking for players to take part. Registration is open until May 15.

For more information, send an email to lakecowichanroadhockey@shaw.ca.