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New board named

The Downtown Langley Business Association announced their board of directors at its annual general meeting.

A total of 11 directors make up the board, with three new members, two running for re-election and six with a year remaining on their two-year term.

New members include Jenn Webber (Saje Natural Wellness), Ross Pearson (Accomplished Learning Centres Ltd.) and Craig McDougall (Frosting Cupcakery).

Re-elected for a two-year term are Carrie Thachuk (The Passionate Home) and Bob Foster (Krazy Bob’s Music Emporium).

And board members with one year remaining are Karla Burton (McBurney Junction Furniture), Heather Jenkins (1 Fish 2 Fish), Sonya Perkins (Forever Yours Lingerie), Helene Causton (Choo Choos Restaurant), Carole Ward (Westminster Savings) and Doedy Reisler (Cascades Casino).

The DLBA also unveiled their new ‘Get Fresh’ grant program, which is designed to provide matching dollars to businesses interested in everything from merchandizing their store windows to complete facade improvement facelifts.

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