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You would think that after the community coming together earlier this month to clean up the town, people would take it upon themselves not to litter. Unfortunately, it seems like this isn’t the case and instead of tossing garbage on…
Landon Persson fund donates

The Landon Persson Memorial Fund recently donated $500 to the Slave Lake Native Friendship Centre. Accepting for the Friendship Centre is Rachel Leroux. Presenting the cheque are Coralee, Parker and Logan Persson, along with Lacey, Bree and Madi Gramlich.

Joe McWilliams Lakeside Leader This week’s Leader seems to consist largely of news about things that haven’t happened yet, and here’s another one. This Saturday, folks involved in or interested in early childhood learning will gather in Slave Lake for…

On behalf of the Tolko Athabasca Division, Mike Leach (back row far left), Tyler Harris (back row left) and Karolyn Kendall (back row centre) provided the Slave Lake Boys and Girls Club with $5,000 on May 11, 2016. The donation…
Rotary Library hosts second ‘storybook walk’

Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader In case you’re wondering what those story book pages are doing up in various businesses downtown, it’s because the Rotary Club of Slave Lake Public Library is hosting its second storybook walk. “As we had a…

Understanding real estate terminology Julie Brandle For the Lakeside Leader When you decide to buy a home, you’ll probably discover a whole new language which is used to describe the property, the financing and legalities of the ins and outs…
NLC holds open house

Northern Lakes College held an open house and barbecue last week at its Slave Lake campus. About 150 people showed up, including 24 students from the Slave Lake Koinonia Christian School. College staff and faculty were on hand to answer…

RE: A made-in-home solution, by Mac Olsen May 17 Lakeside Leader Mac, I hate to say it but you do have a point. We do need to be energy self sufficient. To me, that means not shipping the oil down…

The annual Songbird Festival is coming up pretty soon. This is the celebration of songbird migration and banding that takes place at the Boreal Centre in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. It’s been going on since the mid-1990s and always…

Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader This week’s pose focuses on strengthening core muscles and shoulders along with firming and toning your entire body. Lori Whitby of Slave Lake Smiling Dog Yoga says to begin on your hands and knees. “Engage your…