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Beautiful Gardens 2020

Beautiful Gardens number two is in Gloryland, a subdivision in the SW Slave Lake.Colette and Kevin Cameron have a mixed garden on half an acre. They grow perennials, annuals, and vegetables.If you would like your garden featured in an upcoming…
Forest Ed society offers family field-trips

Pearl LorentzenLakeside Leader Like many organizations, the Lesser Slave Forest Education Society (LSFES) had cancelled all in-person activities. However, since the Alberta government has released guidelines on outdoor activities, it started offering family field-trips. At this time of year, LSFES…
Beautiful Gardens 2020

Once again, Beautiful Gardens is back.This week the garden belongs to Neena Zacharia and Stan Isadore in Slave Lake. Zacharia does the gardening and Isadore builds the planters out of old pallets.If you would like your garden featured in an…
Rotary Club programs boosted the morale of seniors

Submitted Slave Lake’s Rotary Club has hosted a number of free workshops for seniors over the past eight months starting last October, which covered different areas relevant to wellbeing in the latter years. Activities included chair yoga, stretching class, nutrition…
SL schools celebrating grads with parades etc.

Pearl LorentzenLakeside Leader One of the biggest factors in graduation style this year in Slave Lake area is grad class size. With only five grads, Slave Lake Koinonia Christian School will be holding a family only outdoor grad with under…
Tiny grads celebrate in various ways

Pearl LorentzenLakeside Leader Smith School’s kindergarten graduation has been postponed until school resumes, says Smith principal Caitlynn Chernish. However, the school is sending caps and gowns to the students’ homes, so they can take ‘Kinder Grad’ photos with their families.…