Stitch'N'Beach in Tofino

Published on January 3, 2019, 6:01 pm

Published by Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News

The Surfrider Foundation’s Pacific Rim Chapter capped off 2018 with a well-earned celebration as the plastic-fighting group’s popular Stitch ‘n’ Beach program received a $10,000 prize from the Aviva Community Fund. The fund uses online voting to find inspiring community initiatives that “bring people together and make change within their community,” according to Aviva’s website.





new ssl iframe style  

  

Up Next

Farm Country Brewing

Langley Times

0 views

Yukon girls join boys club

Yukon News

0 views

Kelowna coffee shop continues to expand

Kelowna Capital News

0 views

How to be more sustainable in 2019

BCLocalNews Editor

0 views

Could smartphones spot teen depression?

BCLocalNews Editor

0 views

Stitch'N'Beach in Tofino

Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News

0 views

Santa Claus visits Falun Co-op Dec. 22

Pipestone Flyer

0 views

How to stick to your New Year's resolutions

BCLocalNews Editor

0 views