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A GoFundMe has raised nearly $3,000 for The Happy Herd sanctuary farm. Courtesy Matthew Farden

A GoFundMe for the goats

Matthew Farden surpassed his fundraising goal for Aldergrove’s Happy Herd Farm rescue animals.

A GoFundMe has raised nearly $3,000 for The Happy Herd sanctuary farm. Courtesy Matthew Farden
The Aldergrove HANDS mission team is raising money to help build a school expansion in Belize. Courtesy Chelsea Leyenhorst

Holiday market for a mission

The Aldergrove HANDS mission team is hosting a holiday market to raise money for Belize.

The Aldergrove HANDS mission team is raising money to help build a school expansion in Belize. Courtesy Chelsea Leyenhorst

Langley teen travels overseas for back surgery

The Foster family is asking for donations for their son’s international spinal surgery.

Grade four student Daniel Davison and his support teacher Carrie Ringma have collected 29 bikes to donate overseas. Miranda Fatur Langley Times

Langley boy’s big heart inspires bicycle drive

Grade 4 student Daniel Davison convinced his classmates to participate in Bicycles for Humanity.

Grade four student Daniel Davison and his support teacher Carrie Ringma have collected 29 bikes to donate overseas. Miranda Fatur Langley Times
Adriel Brandt (left) is Mr. Darcy and Shannon Tauber (right) is Elizabeth in Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, adapted by Tom Wood. Courtesy Dianna Lewis Photography.

Langley director at the helm of classic love story

Nicola Prigge is directing Pride and Prejudice at the Gallery 7 Theatre in Abbotsford.

Adriel Brandt (left) is Mr. Darcy and Shannon Tauber (right) is Elizabeth in Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, adapted by Tom Wood. Courtesy Dianna Lewis Photography.
Kendall Ballantine of Central Park Farms was named the 2018 U-40 businessperson of the year at the Greater Lanlgey Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards on Oct. 25. She shares her reasons for leaving a corporate job for life on the farm.                                Photo courtesy Brooklyn D Photography

Langley entrpreneur leaves corporate world for life on the farm

Kendall Ballantine of Central Park Farms, was awarded the U40 businessperson of the Year.

Kendall Ballantine of Central Park Farms was named the 2018 U-40 businessperson of the year at the Greater Lanlgey Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards on Oct. 25. She shares her reasons for leaving a corporate job for life on the farm.                                Photo courtesy Brooklyn D Photography