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Valley Community Channel News Break
The holiday season is a time for giving, and in Cache Creek, the community has come together to ensure that no one goes hungry. Volunteers gathered to provide meals and support for those in need. The Valley Community Channel covered this heartwarming story, showcasing the generosity of Cache Creek residents.
While the community is coming together to help those in need, the transit systems in Cache Creek will be shut down during the holidays.This is a common occurrence during the holiday season, as many people are off work and schools are closed. However, this does provide a challenge for those who rely on public transportation to get around.
In the spirit of the season, the Board of Education has sent out its Christmas message to the community. This message serves as a reminder of the importance of education and the impact it has on the lives of children.The Board also expressed their gratitude for the hard work and dedication of the teachers and staff who make a difference in the lives of students every day.
On a lighter note, the winners of the Lions Raffle have been announced.This annual event is a popular fundraiser for the Lions Club and provides support for various community projects. The winners were excited to receive their prizes and the Lions Club was grateful for the support of the community.
Mayor Ranta also shared some updates on what’s happening in Cache Creek. The community is always striving to improve and grow, and the mayor provided some insight into the plans for the future. This includes infrastructure improvements, new businesses, and community events.
Valley TV’s Valerie Diamond also shared some news on what’s happening in the community. From local events to community initiatives, Diamond has her finger on the pulse of Cache Creek. She also highlighted some of the incredible individuals who are making a difference in the community through their hard work and dedication.
Lastly, on The Rural Perspective, Dana spoke with Debra Arnott. She recently won a BC Good Citizen award. Arnott shared her insights on what it means to be a good citizen and how everyone can make a positive impact in their community.
The holiday season in Cache Creek is a time of giving, community, and growth.
From volunteers providing meals to those in need, to the Board of Education sending out a message of gratitude, to the good works of the Lions Club, there is much to be thankful for.
Mayor Ranta and Valley TV’s Valerie Diamond provided updates on what’s happening in the community, while Debra Arnott reminds us of the importance of being a good citizen.
The holiday season may bring challenges, but it also brings opportunities to come together and make a positive impact in our community.
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