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Happenings articles share stories about local events and the people who support them.

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With awards ceremonies out of the question, ARCH found a new way to announce Hospice Heroes

With awards ceremonies out of the question, ARCH found a new way to announce Hospice Heroes

Hospice Heroes are exceptional individuals who embody ARCH values and are leaders who inspire positive change
Why there'll be no COVID-19 signs at the library when it re-opens

Why there'll be no COVID-19 signs at the library when it re-opens

Library directors agreed Tuesday to a limited re-opening of the main downtown branch at 10 a.m. next Monday
School boards to go with ‘virtual graduation’ ceremonies

School boards to go with ‘virtual graduation’ ceremonies

Province extends COVID-19 clampdown for rest of school year; details of virtual graduation, summer school to be released by local school boards soon
Activist encourages Saultites to grow their own food, donate to local food banks during COVID-19

Activist encourages Saultites to grow their own food, donate to local food banks during COVID-19

Big gardening events are up in the air for this summer, but Patricia Wynter says you can still grow your own food and contribute to community gardens
Go online to learn to garden with a free class - en francais

Go online to learn to garden with a free class - en francais

Gardening can help reduce stress, anxiety and depression while saving money on healthy food
Annual Troy's Trail charity walk becomes virtual FUN-raiser

Annual Troy's Trail charity walk becomes virtual FUN-raiser

Online event happens June 13
COVID-19 pushes back summer duathlon fundraiser for Algoma Family Services

COVID-19 pushes back summer duathlon fundraiser for Algoma Family Services

Winter duathlon possible in lieu of summer event this year, DU283 organizer Sonny Spina says
Mental health Run for Change fundraiser to take place virtually this year

Mental health Run for Change fundraiser to take place virtually this year

Strong Minds owner Amanda Lambert says she's looking for ways to bridge gaps in the community with digital events
Algoma U. students prepare for virtual gathering as school seeks to keep students together

Algoma U. students prepare for virtual gathering as school seeks to keep students together

Each student will receive a package in the mail that they will open during the event
Local man to run 100 consecutive marathons. But first, have some pasta!

Local man to run 100 consecutive marathons. But first, have some pasta!

Rick Fall hopes to fulfil Terry Fox's legacy