Robyn Rexin

Vienna Moilliet holds a tray of filipino food.

Vavenby woman shares her Philippine experiences

Vienna Moilliet held a merienda evening following her return

Vienna Moilliet holds a tray of filipino food.
(L-r) Ken Nystoruk

Regional district repairs Vavenby water system

The disruption was due to a leak in a pipe on Hunsbedt Road that was being repaired

(L-r) Ken Nystoruk
Vavenby Primary students show off the two bags of garbage they collected on Earth Day.

Students clean up for Earth Day

The children collected two bags of garbage from the streets around Vavenby's school

Vavenby Primary students show off the two bags of garbage they collected on Earth Day.
Volunteer firefighter Jaimie Greene stands with Hunter Crystall

Vavenby Fire Department celebrates 45 years

It was a beautiful day for the event and there was a good turnout

Volunteer firefighter Jaimie Greene stands with Hunter Crystall
Vavenby Strong Start students (l-r) Moira Crystall

Frogs are subject of Strong Start lesson

On Wednesday, April 22, the Vavenby Strong Start students learned about frogs

Vavenby Strong Start students (l-r) Moira Crystall
Maggie Dana of Little Fort (l) and Serena Sullivan of Delta hold two lambs as they help out during lambing at the Moilliet family's Aveley Ranch near Vavenby. The girls hope to be farmers one day.

Many lambs being born

Lambing season is in full swing at Aveley Ranch near Vavenby

Maggie Dana of Little Fort (l) and Serena Sullivan of Delta hold two lambs as they help out during lambing at the Moilliet family's Aveley Ranch near Vavenby. The girls hope to be farmers one day.
Strong Start students (l-r) Zafariah Toscano

Vavenby youngsters have a great day

On Wednesday, April 1, the Vavenby Strong Start students did special activities to celebrate Easter

Strong Start students (l-r) Zafariah Toscano

Pair promote benefits of bible college

The greatest benefit is to give kids the right foundation to know about themselves

Carol Schaffer

Vermette gets award for years of service

Being a fire chief is not easy. One must oversee the fire department and all of its operations

Carol Schaffer

Parents raise money for education

Bottle drive by Vavenby PAC raises funds for multiple purposes

Cross-country ski winners from Vavenby Primary School are (l-r) Ethan for second

Vavenby students win three medals

Youngsters participate in annual cross-country ski races in Blue River

Cross-country ski winners from Vavenby Primary School are (l-r) Ethan for second
(L-r) Zafariah Toscano

Vavenby children celebrate Valentine’s Day

The children made Valentine cards for someone in their families

(L-r) Zafariah Toscano
Carol Schaffer is TNRD director for Wells Gray Country (Area A).

Full house at Vavenby townhall meeting

The attendees were asked if they wanted the next four years of taxation from the industrial site to be locked into going to this park

Carol Schaffer is TNRD director for Wells Gray Country (Area A).

Substitute works at Vavenby Primary School

Vavenby Primary School teacher Katie Clark/Friesen is off on maternity leave

Some of the guests at Marie Visser's birthday party pose for a photograph. Picture are (back

Great grandmother celebrates birthday in Vavenby

There was a beautiful birthday cake as well as a delicious cold soup called pluma moos

Some of the guests at Marie Visser's birthday party pose for a photograph. Picture are (back
The Kindergarten - Grade 3 students at Vavenby Primary School sing Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to the audience at their Christmas party on Dec. 19. Pictured are (back

Vavenby Strong Start celebrates end of year

Wednesday, Dec. 17, was the last day for the Vavenby Strong Start program before the holidays

The Kindergarten - Grade 3 students at Vavenby Primary School sing Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to the audience at their Christmas party on Dec. 19. Pictured are (back
Myrtle Dohms

Community Christmas party entertains everyone

Vavenby held a community Christmas party on Friday, Dec. 12, at the community hall

Myrtle Dohms
Photo shows some of the glasswork made by Hilda Reimer that she had for sale at her cottage near Vavenby recently. Doris Scarff also had a craft sale at her home in November.

Vavenby hosts crafts sales

The Christmas season is upon us. There were craft sale open houses at Doris Scarff's and Hilda Reimer's

Photo shows some of the glasswork made by Hilda Reimer that she had for sale at her cottage near Vavenby recently. Doris Scarff also had a craft sale at her home in November.
Alexia Colton looks after the tables for Shelley Colton and Barb Pennell during the Vavenby Craft Fair on Nov. 2.

Craft fair helps prepare for Christmas

There were 14 different vendors for the customers to look at

Alexia Colton looks after the tables for Shelley Colton and Barb Pennell during the Vavenby Craft Fair on Nov. 2.
Princess Kelsey Rexin appears unperturbed by the ghouish monster lurking behind her shoulder (otherwise known as Denny MacDonald). They were taking part in a community Hallowe'en party at the Vavenby Hall on Oct. 31.

Vavenby hosts fantastic Hallowe’en party

Between 70 to 80 children and adults – a great turn out for Vavenby – showed up to take part

Princess Kelsey Rexin appears unperturbed by the ghouish monster lurking behind her shoulder (otherwise known as Denny MacDonald). They were taking part in a community Hallowe'en party at the Vavenby Hall on Oct. 31.