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Merchants give back through popular events From market to car/quilt show to Christmas, businesses make living in Ladner a lot of fun
Ladner Business Association president Jill McKnight (right) says merchants and volunteers from the business community continue to support a variety of events in Ladner.
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The Ladner Business Association prides itself on giving back to the community. Its merchants and volunteers do this by way of many events and activities that are either run by the LBA or supported by its various members. These popular events bring the community together and help contribute to why we all love Ladner. Supported by many local merchants, the Ladner Village Market kicked off its 23rd season earlier this month by attracting thousands, both locals and visitors, to 48th Avenue. Over 160 artisan vendors set up shop in the village to sell everything from fresh produce and baked goods to crafts, jewelry, flowers and more. Participating local merchants add to the mix that also includes live entertainment, food trucks and children’s activities.
The market runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, on seven Sundays throughout the summer. Upcoming dates are: June 23, July 14 and 28, Aug. 11 and 25, and Sept. 8 On Saturday, June 22, Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust will hold its Summer Solstice barbecue, while on Canada Day, Emma Lea Farms is hosting a fundraiser for Reach Child and Youth Development Society. The LBA’s signature summer event is the hugely popular Ladner Village Quilt Walk and Car Show, which will be held on Sunday, Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last year the business association welcomed 400 cars and 180 quilts and anticipates a similar turnout this year. Participants can register their cars and quilts through email@example.com. SEE EVENTS: Page 27
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Featured Events & Initiatives Quilt Walk & Car Show Aug. 18th, 2019 Christmas Open House in Ladner Village Nov. 21st, 2019 Christmas Tree Festival Nov. 28th, 2019
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CONTINUED from Page 25 Entertainment will be from the Lounge Hounds featuring Ben Klein as Elvis while a variety of food trucks will offer mini donuts, fresh baked cookies, hamburgers smokies and more. Vendors will be selling car shirts, licence plate art, printed leggings and quilting fabrics. New this year will be a 1940s and 1950s fashion show n’ shine with prizes in categories for both men and women for best outfit and best hair. This replaces the Pin-Up Pageant. “As the only Quilt Walk and Classic Car Show in the Lower Mainland, the Ladner Business Association is excited to bring the entire family together for a fantastic free event in our beautiful community,” said LBA
president Jill McKnight. “Make Ladner Village your destination to spend the day enjoying the music, the sights and the experiences. This is the perfect day to discover Ladner.” LBA members are also active in working together to create events and activities. Examples include: Celebrate Resilience art exhibition, which is ongoing at Stir Coffee House through July. Alongside You and Radina Photography are hosting the event, but have received additional support from Ladner Village Market, Camille’s Boutique, Lawlor Goldsmith Shoppe, Neighbourhood Plumbing and Heating, Muddy River Landing, Collaborative
Wellness Inc. and Vinca’s Kitchen. Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust will host its annual Day at the Farm on Westham Island on Saturday, Sept. 7. The LBA, which held a parade and egg hunt once again on the Easter weekend, hosts a series of events over the Christmas season. A Christmas Open House in the Village will be held on Nov. 21, the Tree Festival on Nov. 28 and the popular Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 7. “The Ladner Business Association is proud of the events that our members organize and the support that our members show each other through volunteering, sponsorship, and donations for auctions and fundraising on behalf of others,” added McKnight.
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West Coast Seeds has taken root in Ladner
Company not only has store on Elliott Street but warehouse and trial facility on 34B Avenue
West Coast Seeds has its roots firmly planted in Ladner. Many in the community may just think of West Coast Seeds and its retail location on Elliott Street in Ladner Village, however, it has a far larger operation, including a thriving direct to consumer on-line website and a vast network of wholesale customers. It has grown significantly in the last five years and is already bursting at the seams at its warehouse and trial facility on 34B Avenue in Ladner. “We operate based on the concept of Tikkun Olam (Hebrew for repairing the world),” said director of finance Aaron Saks. “Our annual tomato seedling sale allows us to raise money for local charity organizations. Good corporate citizenship is an essential motivation at
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Seed donations also support numerous local educational and food bank projects, including; Hawthorne Elementary, Chestermere Food Bank outside Calgary, the Richmond Sharing Farm, the Horticultural Centre of the Pacific, the Tsawwassen First Nation Farm School, Victory Gardens and many others. “Our own trial grounds here at the West Coast Seeds farm produced over 4,700 pounds of produce that was distributed among local communitybased food banks,” said Saks. “The spirit of giving is important to us and helps to unite us as a team.” West Coast Seeds also works with a variety of farms in the area, including Fraserland Farms which leases some property to produce organic
products. West Coast Seeds also works with Emma Lea Farms and Westham Island Herb Farm within the Pacific North Direct Farm Market Association and will once again support local farmers in the agriculture barn at this summer’s PNE in Vancouver. On Sunday, June 23, West Coast Seeds is one of the stops on the South Delta Garden Club’s self-guided garden tour. Garden enthusiasts will be able to tour is warehouse and garden facility and even stop and have a picnic. From an educational perspective, West Coast Seeds works with Kwantlen Polytechnic University and its farm school in Delta, providing donations, support for seed labs and collabora-
tion on seed trials. Contributing to the local workforce is also key for West Coast Seeds, which employs 21 full-time staff in Delta (six at the Elliott Street store and 15 at the warehouse on 34B Avenue). Sales rep Rebecca Kouwenhoven grew up in Ladner and now lives in Tsawwassen. She’s been with the company for just over a year and said loves living and working locally. “I started as a seasonal employee. It was really inspiring. I was picking in the warehouse and walking past all the seed packets and it felt like there were little packets of opportunity and so much life and abundance everywhere,” she said. “I asked if there were any year round positions and I got the job. It feels great being a part of the community and when we see the photos of the other organizations who have grown food from our seeds it makes me want to try growing different things as well. It’s a wonderful company to be a part of.” Accountant Torey Klein said he was looking to get away from a commute, work closer to home and family. West Coast Seeds ended up being the perfect fit. “It’s a great local company,” he said. “Our kids go to school just around the corner. It’s wonderful to be so close to home and do what I love doing. The fact I was able to get into such a neat company that puts such an onus on giving back is really wonderful to be a part of.”
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Reach has settled into new home in Ladner Community has embraced society that’s been helping kids reach their potential for 60 years
Reach Child and Youth Development Society is a non-profit society that has been serving Delta since 1959. The organization’s mission is to provide timely, accessible and familycentered community programs and services for the optimal development of children and youth. Reach offers multiple programs and workshops to the Delta, Surrey and Langley areas, currently serving in excess of 1,000 families with children who have developmental needs per year. Reach has been settled in its new home at the Lois E. Jackson Kinsmen Centre for Children at 5050-47th Ave. in Ladner for just over a year. In all, 107 volunteers help out at Reach, many of whom man the social enterprise Finds Exchange that is an excellent source for used children’s clothes, toys, books and equipment right inside the children’s centre. The Reach playground was enlarged in a recent development and opened just in time for Ladner Pioneer May Days. Children immediately enjoyed the giant rope web, tree fort with slides and expanded space. Reach development manager Kristin Bibbs secured funds for the new addition. “We are excited to bring this addition to the playground to be enjoyed by the children of Reach and all those in our wonderful community,” said Bibbs. Strong community involvement with Reach
McDonald’s owner/ operator Steve Krawchuk has raised funds for Reach for 11 consecutive years. This year, two giant TVs were raffled off to augment the fundraising activities. At the beginning of June, local businesses sponsored and donated prizes to support the Shining Lights Gala held at Tsawwassen Springs. Sponsors, donors, guests and volunteers were instrumental in the success of the seventh annual event and significant awareness was raised. This summer, Ladner’s Links at Hampton Cove will host a fundraising golf tournament, with accompanying free children’s play and activity area on Aug. 17. Watch for information at www.hamptoncoveopen.ca. Funding received at Reach events is used to
remove families from program waitlists and for program expansion. During 2018/19, counselling, Delta Connex and Choices received this funding to expand service. Reach is also planning on enhancing the Positive Behavioural Support program and offering further diagnosis support to families. Facility upgrades in Reach North Delta for preschool are in the works and Reach Play & Learn Centre will be improved to serve youth in the community. Long-term plans are to provide designated program space in Surrey. Reach aims to provide some certainty to the futures of children with special needs in our communities whether they are here in Ladner or further afield.
The playground at the Lois E. Jackson Kinsmen Centre for Children at Memorial Park was recently enlarged to provide more activities. has been evident throughout this year, starting with Cheers for Children fundraiser at the Harris Barn in February. Four Winds Brewing Company sourced three bands to play at the second annual live country music evening and provided the accompanying beverages and Newmans Fine Foods provided dinner. In April, Reach hosted the Ladner Business
Association to introduce the building and the services it provides to local business people. Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila gave a presentation to attendees. “Reach is blessed to have this centrally located, brand new facility located in the heart of Ladner,” she said. “We are so appreciative that our building’s donors are continuing to support Reach as we
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Ladner-based BC & Alberta Guide Dogs has been professionally training dogs to assist persons with disabilities for more than two decades. Beginning as B.C’s first guide dog school in 1996, BC & Alberta Guide Dogs has continued to grow and amalgamate with like-minded organizations across Western Canada. The organization was initially founded for individuals who were visuallyimpaired, however an ever-expanding mandate led to the inclusion of support dogs for children with profound autism and service dogs for military and police veterans living with post-traumatic stress. The head office is located in Ladner, although the organization serves individuals and families throughout both prov-
inces. “We love our neighbours. Many of our volunteer puppy trainers, boarding homes for the dogs in advanced training and caretakers of our breeding dogs are located in the local community,” says CEO Bill Thornton. “Quite simply, we couldn’t do the work we do without them.” Dogs are provided, along with training and aftercare support, at no cost to families for the working life of the dog, which is typically eight years. With each certified dog costing $35,000, this means that BC & Alberta Guide Dogs relies on its volunteers and donations to provide these essential services. Much of the organization’s funding comes from individual and corporate donations, legacy gifts,
foundations and its annual repertoire of fundraising events such as the Ties & Tails Charity Auction and Gala, Trivia Night, and the Golf for Guide Dogs tournament (in its 22nd year), which is taking place on Aug. 23 at the Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club in Richmond. Golfer registration is available at www. bcandalbertaguidedogs. com. BC & Alberta Guide Dogs is also holding its first-ever Motorcycle Poker Run fundraiser on Sept. 1 starting at the Ladner Legion. If you’re unable to attend the events, there are plenty of other ways to give. Visit the website or call 604-940-4506 to learn about puppy sponsorship options, make a donation, or find out ways to volunteer.
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