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Sharing Farm barn gets $10,000 donation

!Kin’s Farm Market donated $10,000 on Thursday to The Sharing Farm Society to construct a new processing barn, which will be named Mary’s Barn, after former Richmond Review columnist Mary Gazetas, the co-founder of the Sharing Farm who died in 2012. Celebrating the announcement were Sasha Faminoff, Richmond MP Alice Wong, Kin’s Farm Market’s Kin Wah Leung, Queenie Chu and Kin Hun Leung, and Sharing Farm manager James Gates. Wong challenged other Richmond business to chip in to the $200,000 project, which will allow the primarily volunteer-driven farm to ramp up and increase efficiency for the production of fresh fruit and vegetables earmarked for local families in need.  - Martin van den Hemel
  • posted Jul 24, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Proposed $200,000 facility to be named Mary’s Barn, after society co-founder

Midsummer Art’s Dream exhibition returns to Thompson

  • updated Jul 21, 2014 at 4:54 PM

There were 70 pieces of 2D artwork from approximately 50 different artists on opening night of the three-day exhibit.

Dial-a-dope gang entry risk flagged

  • posted Jul 23, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Guide for parents lists warning signs, prevention to keep teens off first rung of organized crime ladder

Richmond Hospital offers expertise in treating hearing problems

  • posted Jul 18, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Dr. Lillian Wong's expertise is sought out by patients not only from Richmond but also by patients elsewhere in the province.

World Cup Steveston raises almost $4,000 for playground

  • updated Jul 18, 2014 at 10:15 AM

Funds will be used to improve wheelchair accessibility at the Steveston Park playground.

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