Aldergrove

(Aldergrove Star files)

Aldergrove Easter hunt boasts tasty treasure

Clothes2U founder Ernie Jantzen will host an event on April 3 and 4 at his home for families

(Aldergrove Star files)
Infinity Cheer Elite members performing a routine in person before the COVID-19 pandemic. (Special to The Star)

Aldergrove’s Infinity Cheer Elite members win at virtual provincial championships

Meena Goundrey, Kaitlynn Rivney, and Gigi Reimer all placed first in their levels

Infinity Cheer Elite members performing a routine in person before the COVID-19 pandemic. (Special to The Star)
Gibbles the goat, a resident at the Happy Herd Animal Sanctuary in Aldergrove, is living life after having one leg amputated. (Special to The Star)

Gibbles, a three-legged Aldergrove resident, makes full recovery

Happy Herd Animal Sanctuary helped goat after series of injuries led to amputation

Gibbles the goat, a resident at the Happy Herd Animal Sanctuary in Aldergrove, is living life after having one leg amputated. (Special to The Star)
Young Alpaca at Kensington Prairie Farm. (Special to The Star)

PHOTOS: Baby animals abundant at Aldergrove’s Kensington Prairie Farm

The farm, which also has a store, is open to visits at 1736 248 St

Young Alpaca at Kensington Prairie Farm. (Special to The Star)
Easter event in Aldergrove invites little ones to collect eggs on April 3rd. (Naomi Heith/Special to The Star)

Cookie decorating, craft making, and egg games set for Aldergrove Easter event

Kids three to 11 be signed up for event at St. Dunstan’s Church on April 3, from 9:30 a.m. to noon

Easter event in Aldergrove invites little ones to collect eggs on April 3rd. (Naomi Heith/Special to The Star)
Walter Hoogeland and Monica Hodgeson get ready for spring planting at Clearview Garden Shop. (Ryan Uytdewilligen/Aldergrove Star)

Dig deeper and use plenty of fertilizer, advises Aldergrove gardening expert

Clearview Horticulture Products hits half-century milestone doing business in the community

Walter Hoogeland and Monica Hodgeson get ready for spring planting at Clearview Garden Shop. (Ryan Uytdewilligen/Aldergrove Star)
Proceeds from 99 cent bottles of hand sanitizer from Super Save Gas to the Aldergrove Food Bank. (Special to The Star)

Residents support Aldergrove Food Bank by buying hand sanitizer

Super Save Gas on Fraser Highway is donating all proceeds from bottles sold

Proceeds from 99 cent bottles of hand sanitizer from Super Save Gas to the Aldergrove Food Bank. (Special to The Star)
Elizabeth From’s doberman, Drako, was attacked at the Aldergrove dog park. (Elizabeth From/Special to The Star)

Woman bit by pitbull that attacked her doberman at Aldergrove park

Elizabeth From said the incident was unprovoked and the owner lacked control over the dog

Elizabeth From’s doberman, Drako, was attacked at the Aldergrove dog park. (Elizabeth From/Special to The Star)
David Metin is donating blood for the 150th time. (Special to the Star)

Aldergrove resident hits 150 blood donations milestone

Sixty-year-old David Metin has been regularly visiting Canadian Blood Services for nearly 40 years

David Metin is donating blood for the 150th time. (Special to the Star)
Sakura and Arun, Greater Vancouver Zoo's Red Pandas, meet in their enclosure. (Cody Gampe/Special to The Star)

VIDEO: Meet Sakura, Greater Vancouver Zoo’s newest red panda

The seven-year-old female came from the Calgary Zoo and joins resident male, Arun

Sakura and Arun, Greater Vancouver Zoo's Red Pandas, meet in their enclosure. (Cody Gampe/Special to The Star)
Zach Choboter, a former Aldergrove resident, is rollerblading across Canada to raise awareness for bees. (Special to The Star).

VIDEO: Aldergrove roller blader plans to journey across Canada to set world record

Zach Choboter will depart in May and spend several months on the road to raise awareness for bees

Zach Choboter, a former Aldergrove resident, is rollerblading across Canada to raise awareness for bees. (Special to The Star).
Langley Seedy Saturday is organized by Langley Environmental Partners Society. (LEPS)

Seeds planted for virtual gardening seminar and sale

Langley Environmental Partners Society to hold Seedy Saturday on March 20

Langley Seedy Saturday is organized by Langley Environmental Partners Society. (LEPS)
Students at Aldergrove Community Secondary School are offering to build buyers a homemade shed. (Special to The Star)

Aldergrove Secondary students want to build you a garden shed

Carpentry apprentices are taking orders for gable-style sheds, which will be ready in early June

Students at Aldergrove Community Secondary School are offering to build buyers a homemade shed. (Special to The Star)
The Murphy family was chosen for an Acts of Kindness’ Extreme Home Repair which will take place April 30 to May 24. (Special to The Star)

Help Acts of Kindness charity build wheelchair-friendly home

People can donate via GoFundMe for Extreme Home Makeover, taking place April 31 to May 24

The Murphy family was chosen for an Acts of Kindness’ Extreme Home Repair which will take place April 30 to May 24. (Special to The Star)
Otter Co-op. (Aldergrove Star files)

Otter Co-op hosting food drive from March 14 to 20

Hunger Bags, available at all Co-op Food Stores, are bags with an arrangement of items

Otter Co-op. (Aldergrove Star files)
Limited edition light weight starter disc frisbee golf sets from Raptor’s Knoll are for sale. (Special to The Star)

Construction begins on community pavilion at Aldergrove’s ‘booming” Frisbee golf course

Co-founder says Raptors Knoll gets so busy with players, a second course would get completely filled

Limited edition light weight starter disc frisbee golf sets from Raptor’s Knoll are for sale. (Special to The Star)
Personal protective equipment is seen in the COVID-19 intensive care unit at St. Paul’s hospital in downtown Vancouver. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

$16.9 million invested to improve worker safety and strengthen B.C. food supply chain

Money to be used for social distancing, personal protective equipment, cleaning, and air circulation

Personal protective equipment is seen in the COVID-19 intensive care unit at St. Paul’s hospital in downtown Vancouver. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Twilight Drive-In in Aldergrove (Aldergrove Star files)

Aldergrove Twilight Drive-In fires up big screen for special Retro Weekend

Movies like Peewee’s Big Adventure, The Muppets, Jaws, Grease, and The Wizard of Oz play March 5 to 7

Twilight Drive-In in Aldergrove (Aldergrove Star files)
125-year-old Douglas Fir was cut down in Aldergrove. (Carleigh Johnston/Special to the Star)

Aldergrove residents voice their concerns on removal of long-standing trees

‘This loss of natural space is shattering to me and my students,’ Carleigh Johnston said

125-year-old Douglas Fir was cut down in Aldergrove. (Carleigh Johnston/Special to the Star)
A copy of the book “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” by Dr. Seuss, rests in a chair, Monday, March 1, 2021, in Walpole, Mass. Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the business that preserves and protects the author and illustrator’s legacy, announced on his birthday, Tuesday, March 2, 2021, that it would cease publication of several children’s titles including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo,” because of insensitive and racist imagery. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Ryan’s Regards: Potato toy’s gender nearly starts World War Three

Censorship over children’s toys and books have become quite the topical conversation this month

A copy of the book “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” by Dr. Seuss, rests in a chair, Monday, March 1, 2021, in Walpole, Mass. Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the business that preserves and protects the author and illustrator’s legacy, announced on his birthday, Tuesday, March 2, 2021, that it would cease publication of several children’s titles including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo,” because of insensitive and racist imagery. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)