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Volunteers donate to breast health program

The Sudbury Regional Breast Health Program was presented recently with donations from the hospital's volunteer association and Zellers in Southridge Mall.

And the winner is...

Winner of the 50/50 draw that took place at St. Eugène's Parish Hall on March 3 was Gloria Rosset .

Council of Exceptional Children holding awards

Mary MacGregor and Kim Taylor Horeck are members of the awards committee for the Council of Exceptional Children, which will hold its annual awards evening April 11 at Sudbury Secondary School.

Student council remains neutral

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.

School pulls together to help little boy fighting cancer

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Little Kai Nowak, 5, believes his good buddy Jordan Primeau is going to be all right. Students and staff at St. James Catholic School in Lively celebrated Jordan Primeau Day Thursday.

Local kids to attend World Youth Day

Domenic Vicedomini and Daniele Muscolini were selected by Knights of Columbus Council 1387 to attend World Youth Day in Toronto this summer.

School pulls together to help little boy fighting cancer

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Little Kai Nowak, 5, believes his good buddy Jordan Primeau is going to be all right. Students and staff at St. James Catholic School in Lively celebrated Jordan Primeau Day Thursday.

New management

It's O-Fish-Al, Joey's Only Seafood Restaurant at 2040 Algonquin Rd. in Sudbury re-opened its doors Monday under new ownership and management.

Travel nightmare

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca While thousands of Sudburians head for warmer climates and a bit of relaxation during March Break, travellers who went to Cuba a few weeks ago are recovering from a stressful return trip.

Auction preview

The public is invited to a sneak preview of items available during the CNIB's 21st annual television auction. The preview is being held Wednesday, March 20, 4-6 pm at the CNIB building at 303 York St. Folks can take a close-up look at some 300 items.