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Langley Advance newspaper: May 6, 2014. "Downpour can’t prevent outpouring of help" Click Here

Langley Advance newspaper: April 22, 2014: "Moms invited for oil change" and "Restoring a grandmothers’s home" and "Mobility returns as repair project wraps up" Click Here

Aldergrove Star newspaper on 2014 Extreme Home Repair Thursday, April 17, 2014: ‘Extreme Home Repair’ Starts With ‘Small Project’: CLICK HERE

Langley Advance newspaper on 2014 AOK Mini Extreme Home Repair Tuesday, April 8, 2014: "Mobility restored to woman’s ‘sanctuary’.  Click here for article

Langley Advance newspaper on AOK Extreme Home Repair Thursday, May 24, 2012 "Family grateful for Acts of Kindness" Click here for article.  Click for Page A43.

Langley Advance newspaper on AOK Extreme Home Repair Tuesday, May 15 "AOK underway again" Click here for article.

Langley Advance newspaper article Tuesday, April 24, 2012 on the upcoming AOK Extreme Home Repair in Aldergrove by Roxanne Hooper: "In Loving Memory of Christopher" Click here to read the entire story.  Click here for Page 7. 

Langley Advance newspaper article on Single Mom’s oil change April 24, 2012. Click here to read article.

Langley Advance, Thursday, December 16, 2011 Newspaper article on the upcoming Christmas Dramatic Musical "The Christmas Station" Click the link to read the entire article.


Langley Advance article May 24, 2011 "Mom’s makeover part of gift" Click here to read

Langley Advance, Friday, March 26, 2010 Newspaper article on the upcoming Extreme Home Repair in Aldergrove by Roxanne Hooper:
"Aldergrove mom picked for Extreme Home Repair" Click here to read the entire story.


Aldergrove Star, Thursday, May 28, 2009 Newspaper article front page, written by Monique Tamminga:
"Power of kindness moves family up" Click here to read entire news story


Langley Advance, Friday, May 29, 2009 Newspaper article front page:
Kindness renovates home. Click here for the article

Langley Advance, Friday, May 29, 2009 newspaper article page A23 wrriten by Roxanne Hooper: Extreme home makeover a dream fulfilled. Click here to read the article


Langley Advance, Tuesday, May 6, 2008 Newspaper articles on Pay it Forward written by Roxanne Hooper:

#1 – EXTREME HOME REPAIR – Renos give disabled woman hope
"Valerie Loveys  was faced with losing everything……" Click here to read entire news story

#2 – CONGREGATION PERSONIFIES GIVING – "Everyone can relate to doing an act of kindness with no strings attached…"  Click here to read more

#3 – GOOD DEEDS – Broken Windows unite families… Click here to read more 
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Aldergrove Star, Thursday, March 1, 2007 (Kingdom Assignment) – News Article written by Monique Tamminga
"Hundreds showed up and thousands of dollars was raised in support of axe attack victim Michael Levy at Saturday night’s benefit concert at Surrey Alliance Church.  Aldergrove resident Lana Toews, who organized the concert, said at least 400 people came and $14,000 and counting has been raised for Michael, who has been left a quadriplegic from a random axe attack last October." Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Langley Times, Wednesday, February 21, 2007 (Kingdom Assignment) – News Article written by Monique Tamminga
"Aldergrove’s Lana Toews has never met Michael Levy, but that hasn’t stopped her from wanting to help him in any way she can.  When Toews heard about what happened to 18-year-old Levy – who was left a quadriplegic after being jumped by a group of youths and struck in the neck with an axe – she felt devastated for the young man."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Province, Sunday, December 24, 2006 (Kingdom Assignment) – News Article written by Brian Lewis
"The dedicated congregation at Aldergrove’s Seventh-day Adventist Church could show any agnostic, over-stressed Howe Street stockbroker a thing or two about earning a return on investment.  In only 90 days, parishioners took a mere $3000 in seed capital and grew it by an astounding 2,300 per cent – to a total of $72,000."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Langley Times, Wednesday, December 13, 2006 (Kingdom Assignment) – News Article written by Monique Tamminga
"How do you make $3,000 turn into $72,000 in three month’s time?  For the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the answer can be summed up in three simple words: "The Kingdom Assignment."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Langley Times, Wednesday, December 13, 2006 (The Breakfast Club)- News Article written by Natasha Jones:
"The first time principal Shelley Gray walked into Aldergrove Elementary last year, she was struck by the positive energy running through the halls of the old school.  That vitality was evident when The Times visited the school recently, but this time the aroma of pancakes and eggs mingled with that Palpable energy.  Follow your nose any school day morning and you’ll quickly come across The Breakfast Club in a back room of the Fraser Highway school.  There, every morning from about 7:30 to 8:30, dozens of children come in for a meal cooked and served by the Aldergrove Seventh-day Adventist Church."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Langley Times, Friday November 17, 2006 (Kingdom Assignment) – News Article written by Jean Konda-Witte
"Soccer marathon raises big bucks in the mud, muck"  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

CTV News, November 12, 2006 (Kick Cancer for Emily – Kingdom Assignment)  Click Here to Watch News Broadcast

Langley Advance, Friday, June 9, 2006 (Extreme Home Repair) – News Article written by Angela Wiebe
"Although there’s been no packing, no address changes, and no moving trucks, an Aldergrove family of four has a brand new place to call home.  Crystal Arias and her three sons – Kayne 11, Miguel 9, and Dante 2 – have a completely redone home thanks to the 3rd Annual Extreme Home Repair project undertaken by local volunteer organization, Acts of Kindness (AOK)."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

The Aldergrove Star, Thursday, June 1, 2006 (Extreme Home Repair) Family gets extreme home makeover – News Article written by Kristyl Clark
"The Arias Family came home Sunday to the "big reveal" of their newly renovated home in Aldergrove, courtesy of volunteers from the Acts of Kindness organization".  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

Breakfast Television News, October 26, 2006 (Kick Cancer for Emily – Kingdom Assignment) Click Here to Watch News Broadcast

The Langley Times, Wednesday, October 4, 2006 (CHIP) – News Article written by Al Irwin
"Robert Olsen has a lot of heart, and he attributes that to the Coronary Heart improvement Project (CHIP).  Olsen, 71, suffers from both congestive heart disease and rheumatoid arthritis, but he is getting better.  A lot better.  He feels so well he has just returned to his Aldergrove home by bike, after a four-day, 400-km trip from Armstrong."  Click Here to Read Entire News Story

CTV News 2002 (Police Appreciation Day) Click Here to Watch News Story