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PHOTOS: Kudos - the giving spirit in New Westminster Community Organizing, Westminster, Fundraising, Foundation, City, News, Business, Cities, Store

PHOTOS: Kudos - the giving spirit in New Westminster

Local businesses, community organizations, schools, churches and individuals all pitch in to help make a difference in a community. In The Record's Kudos gallery, check out some of the local fundraising efforts and community involvement in the city that helps everything from local schools to the hospital and more, sent in by readers.

Do you know this man? New Westminster police are asking for help identifying a suspect who was caught on camera entering the Armani Exchange in Queensborough in the early hours of Dec. Ask For Help, Together We Can, This Man, Westminster, Police, City, News, Cities, Law Enforcement

Do you know this man? New Westminster police are asking for help identifying a suspect who was caught on camera entering the Armani Exchange in Queensborough in the early hours of Dec. 21.

In the news: Local teachers - along with some supportive students - took to the picket line in March as part of the ongoing dispute between teachers and the province. The Province, Westminster, Students, Cinema, March, City, News, Movies, Cities

In the news: Local teachers - along with some supportive students - took to the picket line in March as part of the ongoing dispute between teachers and the province.

Season of giving: Blaine Desjarlais collects donations for the Salvation Army on Sixth Street outside Tim Hortons. The local kettle campaign fell a little short of its goals but organizers are still very pleased with the generosity of the donors. Tim Hortons, Westminster, Organizers, Kettle, Christmas Sweaters, The Outsiders, Campaign, Army, Goals

Season of giving: Blaine Desjarlais collects donations for the Salvation Army on Sixth Street outside Tim Hortons. The local kettle campaign fell a little short of its goals but organizers are still very pleased with the generosity of the donors.

Super sleigh: Santa Claus took to the skies in style when he made a special stop at Royal Columbian Hospital on Dec. 13 to visit sick kids and spread some holiday cheer along with some gifts. Helijet and the B.C. Ambulance Service jointly host the program every year at Royal Columbian and Victoria General Hospitals - both of which have heli-pads for helicopters to land on the roof. Sick Kids, General Hospital, Hospitals, Ambulance, Helicopters, Westminster, Landing, Holiday, Christmas

Super sleigh: Santa Claus took to the skies in style when he made a special stop at Royal Columbian Hospital on Dec. 13 to visit sick kids and spread some holiday cheer along with some gifts. Helijet and the B.C. Ambulance Service jointly host the program every year at Royal Columbian and Victoria General Hospitals - both of which have heli-pads for helicopters to land on the roof.

Katrine Ireland shovelling her walkway on Cornwall Street on Tuesday morning. Tuesday Morning, Westminster, Before Christmas, Walkway, Cornwall, Winter Wonderland, Ireland, Snow, Street

Early snow hits city with a vengeance

It wasn't the winter wonderland people were hoping for before Christmas.

Having fun: New Westminster, in red, and Burnaby bring out the fun side of field lacrosse in an girls' matchup at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex-West last Saturday. Sports Complex, Lacrosse, Westminster, Big Boys, Have Fun, Photo Galleries, City, Girls, Red

New Westminster and Burnaby have fun in under-19 field lacrosse

New Westminster and Burnaby lacrosse players were out testing their skills in Burnaby last weekend. Photographer Jason Lang was on hand to capture the action in this photo gallery.

Tuesday morning snow in New Westminster and Burnaby made driving problematic for many drivers. Tuesday Morning, Westminster, Snow, City, Outdoor, Outdoors, Cities, Outdoor Games, The Great Outdoors

Tuesday morning snow in New Westminster and Burnaby made driving problematic for many drivers.

Reindog: Shadow was showing some holiday spirit this week with a pair of reindeer antlers while enjoying the sun in Palm Springs with owner Barbara Zapf. Reindeer Antlers, Enjoying The Sun, Westminster, Palm Springs, Spirit, City, Dogs, Holiday, Animals

Reindog: Shadow was showing some holiday spirit this week with a pair of reindeer antlers while enjoying the sun in Palm Springs with owner Barbara Zapf.

Having fun: New Westminster, in red, and Burnaby bring out the fun side of field lacrosse in an girls' matchup at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex-West last Saturday. Sports Complex, Lacrosse, Westminster, Big Boys, Have Fun, Photo Galleries, City, Girls, Red

New Westminster and Burnaby have fun in under-19 field lacrosse

New Westminster and Burnaby lacrosse players were out testing their skills in Burnaby last weekend. Photographer Jason Lang was on hand to capture the action in this photo gallery.

Making merry: The cast of Dear Santa get in the festive mood during a quick rehearsal for the Vagabond Players' Christmas production opening Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Bernie Legge Theatre in Queen's Park. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, Dear Santa, Westminster, Thursday, Theatre, Festive, Merry, Mood, Park

Santa's coming to town - and the stage

Santa Claus is coming to town Dec. 6 and he'll be entertaining anyone with a ticket to see the Vagabond Players' production of Dear Santa, at the Bernie Legge Theatre starting Dec. 6.

Creating a masterpiece: Fabio and Gina Cornale will be raffling this street of sweet, gingerbread dreams at Bella Cakes and Pastries in Sapperton. Proceeds will go to the food bank. Food Bank, Westminster, Pastries, Charity, Gingerbread, Dreams, Cakes, Street, Cake Makers

Edible Sapperton streetscape built for charity

Fabio Cornale has crafted a street of gingerbread dreams.

New Westminster fire chief Tim Armstrong had a Lego fire station under one arm and a dump truck under the other as he reported for duty at a. Tim Armstrong, Lego Fire, Pancake Breakfast, New West, Wednesday Morning, Westminster, Pancakes, Purpose, Toys

New Westminster toy drive at Paddlewheeler Pub a huge success

New Westminster fire chief Tim Armstrong had a Lego fire station under one arm and a dump truck under the other as he reported for duty at 6:55 a.m.

Setting up house: Charlotte Gurney-Banning holds up the "people" she made for her gingerbread house. Charlotte, a high-functioning autistic student at New Westminster Secondary School, came second in her category at the Hyatt's Gingerbread Lane event. Up House, Gingerbread Houses, Secondary School, Westminster, Hold On, Charlotte, Student, City, People

The award-winning house that Charlotte baked

She holds up one of the fondant figurines she made for her gingerbread house display - it's a girl sitting on a man's shoulders.

Pretty kitty: Dolce, a kitten at the New Westminster Animal Shelter, recently enjoyed some time with animal services officer Margie Fox. Pretty Kitty, Pretty Cats, Westminster, Animal Shelter, Kitten, Fox, City, Animals, Animal Shelters

Pretty kitty: Dolce, a kitten at the New Westminster Animal Shelter, recently enjoyed some time with animal services officer Margie Fox.

Nose for success: From left: volunteers Jenny and Sharon Perry smile as they head out on their rounds for Operation Red Nose, which kicked off in New Westminster and Burnaby last weekend. The program will run on weekends all through December. Red Nose, North Face Backpack, Volunteers, Westminster, Kicks, December, Success, Smile, Running

Nose for success: From left: volunteers Jenny O1Callaghan and Sharon Perry smile as they head out on their rounds for Operation Red Nose, which kicked off in New Westminster and Burnaby last weekend. The program will run on weekends all through December.