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Tracey Byron isn’t a fairy godmother but for as long as she can remember, she has enjoyed turning the ordinary into the extraordinary.
From a volunteer perspective, Charlie Thomson has poured his heart and soul into the Chilliwack Agricultural Society
Ana Macedo chats with Mari Okazaki about life’s circumstances that led her to learn the Japanese healing art of Reiki
Meet Henning Jensen. He runs Yarrow Elderberry Farm, the only producer of flowers and berries in Western Canada
Leonardo Moschetti is a friendly, humble, passionate and talented man who lives and breathes cooking.
Lucy Arruda has always pushed herself beyond all limits.
Steve Anderson is a man with boundless energy. He’s a dynamic, engaging and popular teacher at Chilliwack Senior Secondary
After 17 years with the Best Western, Kevin Wood is retiring.
Irene Wesenberg was recently honoured with the Corrections Exemplary Service Medal
Gary and his team are busily preparing for the 12th annual Yard & Garden Show which is taking place at Chilliwack Heritage Park March 28-30.
Patti Lawn has, without question, been a longtime supporter and advocate of arts and culture in Chilliwack.
Ana Macedo sits down and chats with Kathy Funk about her life and her interests.
Ana Macedo in conversation with Chilliwack's Sarah Williams.
As the HAWK’s news director, Don Lehn spends copious amounts of time researching, interviewing and investigating stories.
Jane Aitken loves her community and has spent years giving back.
Chloe Popove’s enthusiasm is infectious and has determined the course for her future.
Dave Serblowski talks about his life and his commitment to Crime Free Multi Housing in Chilliwack.
Jeanne Wolfe has found a way to turn her creative side into a career.
Darrell Nelson fell in love with the Philippines and is committed to projects that helps rural villagers get safe drinking water.
Ana Macedo chats with Darlene Koller about her life and work in Chilliwack