Tuesday, April 13, 2010  
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Quote of the Week
“You’re rezoning a piece of land that I think is critical to wildlife.”
- Ross MacDonald  
- on rezoning land for   
an RV park   

 

 
Spring has arrived in the Crowsnest Pass, and it’s the perfect time to spring into supporting the local economy.
The Crowsnest Pass is home to numerous small businesses that need your support to continue succeeding. When these businesses do well, everyone does well, as the economic benefits trickle through the entire community –– the more money that flows within the community instead of being spent outside of it, the better everyone does.
The locally owned and operated businesses in the Pass can provide many of the items you need for events, hobbies, and recreation this spring, and throughout the year, with no need to shop away from home. Local businesses offer tuxedos and apparel for graduating students, while local halls and parks are available to rent for spring and summer events, including weddings, family reunions, and more.
 
The Pass is also home to businesses that can supply all of your needs for gardening, whether you grow your own vegetables or tend to beautiful flowers in your yard.
Work n Play
Nathen Gallagher photo
Spring is a time of renewal and promise, both of which would be welcome by local businesses. With the support of residents, these businesses that strive to offer quality services and products at home can continue to operate and provide home-grown shopping opportunities.
The Pass Herald encourages everyone to continue shopping locally, supporting businesses in the Crowsnest Pass.
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