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December 2012

NEWS

It pays to belong!

Merry Christmas from the Staff of Otter Co-op

winatrip!

shopotterand Congratulations to our Winners!

september

contest

WINNER

In Celebration of our 90th Anniversary we have given away a trip a month from September to November.

october

WINNER

november

WINNER

There is still a chance to win the December trip to Disneyland!

*Receive one entry for each $50.00 purchase at any Otter Co-op location. Some restrictions apply. See website for contest details. Entry forms also available on line at: ottercoop.com

Susan Meier David Meaney Brian Rogers Otter Co-op BRAND VALUES… Congratulations MIKE WILL

NEW FOOD MANAGER It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to our new Food Manager Mike Will. Mike started with Otter Co-op in November of 2000 at the 248th Street Gas Bar, as a part time gas attendant which eventually became a full time position. In 2003 he went on the Gas Bar “One to One” program (offered by Federated Co-operatives), where he trained for four months in Victoria. When completed, Mike accepted a full time position as Gas Bar Manager in Saanich, where he worked for the next five years. In 2008 Mike returned to Otter Co-op as the Gas Bar Manager at the Ladner site. In 2009 Mike moved to the retail centre and took the position of Assistant Grocery Manager until he was promoted to Grocery Manager the following year. Last month Mike was promoted to the position of Food Manager. Mike and his wife were married in 2003 and reside in Abbotsford. In 2010 Mike and Erin had a son Lukas and have recently been blessed with a second child a daughter Zoey. Mike said “We will strive to be known for providing the freshest, best quality food and customer service in our community.  I look forward to seeing you in our store and would welcome you stopping by to say hello”.

Locally Invested – Your Otter Co-op is here for you.  We live where you live, work where you work and we are helping grow the economy right here.  We are your neighbors and we make sustainable investments in the communities we share.  Doing business with Otter Co-op creates good jobs and economic activity close to home – just as it has been since your Co-op opened for business.  Lifetime Membership Benefits – Your Otter Co-op membership offers you a lifetime of rewards including the promise of high quality products and services at competitive prices.  We also offer the potential for annual cash back and an equity account that grows over time, as well as the opportunity to get involved as a member/owner.  This makes us a different kind of business; our profits are your profits and they are invested directly back into the community through you. Community Minded – A strong social conscience has always been part of how your Co-op operates.  Our business has been built on a foundation of community involvement and service.  We will run a strong, financially viable business that has the potential to return profits to our members and we invest in the communities in which we operate.  We are part of your hometown and care about and support the causes that matter to you, your community and neighboring communities. Jack Nicholson, General Manager Otter Farm & Home Co-operative


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Season’s Greetings Otter Co-op Membership!

& NEWS It pays to belong!

COMMUNITY

President’s Message:

My how time flies! It seems not that long ago that I was writing my first President’s Message and here we are in the midst of Christmas celebrations. Parties, concerts, visiting with friends, busy days and late nights, food and more food, all of this can happen at Otter Co-op. Dorothy Anderson We don’t realize how fortunate we are to Board President live where we live. Two weeks ago we had our Seniors’ and those with Special Needs Christmas dinner in the store, complete with Santa and candy canes. And for the young co-operators, we have had one of our two “Breakfast with Santa” days. These events were sold out and enjoyed by all. Your member-owned Otter Co-op continues to thrive, and at this point of time, we are 13.3% ahead of last year’s total to date. This is happening because of your support of all that Otter Co-op offers, such as our gas bars, feed sales, bulk petroleum, and our grocery store with more than just food. Think Pharmacy, Family Fashions, Hardware, Farm supplies, Pet Food, and anything else one might think of. And you only need to get out of your car once! In November a number of our Directors attended a Co-op Conference meeting with 150 other delegates from British Columbia and Alberta. Something that will remain with each of us would be the 5 Pillar Framework:

SENIORS NIGHT TURKEY DINNER

Special Thanks!

KIDS’ CLUB HALLOWEEN PARTY We held our annual Kids’ Club Halloween party on Sunday October 28th. There were approximately 300 Kids’ and their families that enjoyed the event. The day included Mr. Flowers the balloon guy and Madame Butterfly with two helpers face painting and doing balloon art, 4-H Petting Zoo and hotdog sale, cupcake decorating, several game stations and it was the first outing for the new Robot Bouncey Castle. Cooper the store mascot was also in attendance meeting the kids and bringing smiles to young and old.

MARKET PERFORMANCE, GROWTH, AND INNOVATION (we have that) EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE, AND SAFE OPERATION (that’s us) GOOD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (we have that too)

JELLY BEAN CONTEST

Winner!

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (for sure)

Isabella , winner of the Jelly Bean Guess Contest at the Kids Club Halloween Party. Thank you to everyone that participated!

HORSING AROUND

THANK YOU OTTER CO-OP! Jack – Merilee and Otter Co-op I just wanted to pass on the experience of working in your store. Being able to spend over 30 hours on the project one gets an idea of the service and attitude of the staff employed. I can honestly say I don’t think I have ever seen such polite knowledgeable attentive staff as the ones in your store, (especially the ones in Hardware). They were all polite and patient no matter what age from the younger gentlemen to the seasoned employee’s, and it was a pleasure to see and hear. I have now become a member and will be shopping at your store from now on.

Dorothy Anderson OTTER CO-OP BOARD PRESIDENT

I am looking forward to seeing the horse at his final location outside the store.

90Years

OF SERVING THE COMMUNITY

Co-operatives Celebrate Together

All of our Kids’ Club events are free so why not become a member and join in the fun! If you have not yet reached your twelfth birthday you can join. Applications are available at the Co-op Administration office or you can join on line at www.ottercoop.com. Don’t miss out on the Kids’ Club Christmas Skating Party on Thursday, December 20 at Twin Rinks in Langley – 4:15 to 6:15. Tickets are now available at the Otter Co-op Administration Office. We hope to see you there!

PROUD PEOPLE (we have that)

Most of what has been mentioned above doesn’t happen without the huge support provided by our employees. That is what counts … that smile, the assistance, and that smile again. As a community-minded store we support local schools, sports teams, charities, many youth programs, and want to continue to provide fun and meaningful events for our shoppers; and wish to jump start Federated Co-operatives new tag line, “You’re At Home Here” and we are the host! As Directors of your member-owned Co-op, we guide and approve the many opportunities that are presented to us to make your store grow, and grow responsibly in this fast paced economy. Every company, organization, family or whatever will encounter challenges at some time and we like to meet them head on. If you are not an Otter Co-op member, do sign up today. $10.00 gives you a life-time membership and gets you on your way to sharing in our earnings by way of equity, and cash-back every September. To each and every one of you, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Please pass on to the Otter Co-op that we really appreciated the generous gesture of donating the BBQ for our staff picnic. We had about 75 people come and could not have done it without your help. A big thank you to the Co-op! I should also add that from the way everyone ate the hamburgers, the frozen ones that we got from the Co-op were very tasty. Henry Grayman

Regards, Felicity Holmes

The winner of the $500 Otter Co-op gift card and the $500 Aldergrove Credit Union term deposit was John Campbell. Presenting Campbell with his prizes are Aldergrove Credit Union’s Murrayville Branch Manager Danielle Nielsen and Merilee McAuley, Executive Assistant to the General Manager of Otter Farm & Home Co-operative. HARRY HUNT PHOTO Aldergrove Credit Union and the Otter Co-op teamed up to celebrate the International Year of Co-operatives and International Co-op Week, which took place the week of October 15. Together, the two co-operatives showcased just how co-operatives make a difference in our local communities, and around the world – not only during cooperative week, but every day. “As the United Nations declared 2012 the International

Year of Co-operatives, we knew we wanted to collaborate in some way with our neighbouring co-operative, the Otter Co-op,” say Aldergrove Credit Union CEO Gus K. Hartl. “Coming together during International Co-op Week was a great way for us to show our co-operative spirit.” The two co-operatives held several contests during the week including a chance for members to win $1,000 – $500 to each organization. Throughout the year both organizations support youth and young adults. As part of the co-op week celebrations, together they are sponsoring four youth aged 14-17 to attend the YES Camp, a cooperative leadership camp. Each organization also held appreciation events for their members with food and prizes. Otter Co-op General Manager, Jack Nicholson said, “Cooperatives are rooted in our communities, and have social and economic objectives, and one of our objectives is to co-operate with each other. Co-op week was the perfect time to partner together with the Aldergrove Credit Union and celebrate our successes together.” In addition to the week long celebrations, both organizations give back to their members through patronage and dividend rebates. They support their community through donations and sponsorships, scholarships and bursaries and staff volunteer hours. Both organizations truly live and believe in the power of cooperatives and truly demonstrate how co-operatives help build a better world.

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Merry Christmas!

General Manager’s Message

It amazes me that the Christmas season is upon us; and that 2012 is almost over. It has been an amazing and busy year so far at Otter, with sales well ahead of last year and our bottom line is shaping up to be another local record. Our team is especially proud of these results given the economy and cross Jack Nicholson border shopping challenges that continue General Manager to affect retailers throughout the lower mainland. I would just like to take a moment to reflect on how proud we can be of the Co-ops’ efforts to shape a future that includes stable employment, economic benefits and a strong and caring community. It is a fantastic way to wind up our 90th year in business, and we couldn’t have done it without all of our dedicated and loyal shoppers, and the great employee team at Otter ready to serve you every day. I’d like to extend a heartfelt “Thank You” to our board of directors, employees, and you, our loyal members. Your support, commitment and dedication are making possible this excellent year of operational results. I’d like to remind everyone that we have drawn 3 of 4 trips in our 90th Anniversary Celebration trip contest, and you still have a few days left to get entered for our final draw of a trip for 4 to Disneyland to be drawn on January 5th. What a great late Christmas or New Years’ gift that could be. Your Otter Co-op staff, management and board continue to look to the future with careful long term financial planning, as we continue to strive for strong equity and cash back payments that our loyal membership enjoys each year. We are working hard to ensure that our members not only enjoy the benefits of that cash back, but also enjoy up to date, well cared for facilities and assets to serve the members needs into the future. As we reflect on the past year of successful operations, we look forward to some of the projects that the future holds, including continued planning on our gas bar/convenience store site on Highway 11 between Abbotsford and Mission, and the planned construction and opening of a new bulk plant, cardlock, oil warehouse, petroleum office, gas bar and convenience store in Chilliwack. And so, as Christmas and the end of 2012 quickly comes upon us, my wish for the future is that Otter continues to grow and prosper as we work together to provide our members with shopping experiences that are second to none through great facilities, great products, great people and great service. May you all have a safe and enjoyable holiday season, be richly blessed, and all the best to you and yours in 2013, and Merry Christmas!

Jack Nicholson GENERAL MANAGER

Congratulations ONLINE SURVEY WINNERS

Otter Co-op recently conducted an on line survey in an effort to gather information that would be helpful in serving our members/customers better. Thank you to everyone that participated in our survey.

WINNER 42” LG TV Pictured here L to R

Online Survey Winner Nancy Knott and Richard Bonneau (Otter Co-op Controller).

WINNER IPAD2 Pictured

here L to R Online Survey Winner Pete Saunders and Jack Nicholson (General Manager).


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• Thursday, December 13, 2012

Season’s Greetings Otter Co-op Membership!

& NEWS It pays to belong!

COMMUNITY

President’s Message:

My how time flies! It seems not that long ago that I was writing my first President’s Message and here we are in the midst of Christmas celebrations. Parties, concerts, visiting with friends, busy days and late nights, food and more food, all of this can happen at Otter Co-op. Dorothy Anderson We don’t realize how fortunate we are to Board President live where we live. Two weeks ago we had our Seniors’ and those with Special Needs Christmas dinner in the store, complete with Santa and candy canes. And for the young co-operators, we have had one of our two “Breakfast with Santa” days. These events were sold out and enjoyed by all. Your member-owned Otter Co-op continues to thrive, and at this point of time, we are 13.3% ahead of last year’s total to date. This is happening because of your support of all that Otter Co-op offers, such as our gas bars, feed sales, bulk petroleum, and our grocery store with more than just food. Think Pharmacy, Family Fashions, Hardware, Farm supplies, Pet Food, and anything else one might think of. And you only need to get out of your car once! In November a number of our Directors attended a Co-op Conference meeting with 150 other delegates from British Columbia and Alberta. Something that will remain with each of us would be the 5 Pillar Framework:

SENIORS NIGHT TURKEY DINNER

Special Thanks!

KIDS’ CLUB HALLOWEEN PARTY We held our annual Kids’ Club Halloween party on Sunday October 28th. There were approximately 300 Kids’ and their families that enjoyed the event. The day included Mr. Flowers the balloon guy and Madame Butterfly with two helpers face painting and doing balloon art, 4-H Petting Zoo and hotdog sale, cupcake decorating, several game stations and it was the first outing for the new Robot Bouncey Castle. Cooper the store mascot was also in attendance meeting the kids and bringing smiles to young and old.

MARKET PERFORMANCE, GROWTH, AND INNOVATION (we have that) EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE, AND SAFE OPERATION (that’s us) GOOD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (we have that too)

JELLY BEAN CONTEST

Winner!

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (for sure)

Isabella , winner of the Jelly Bean Guess Contest at the Kids Club Halloween Party. Thank you to everyone that participated!

HORSING AROUND

THANK YOU OTTER CO-OP! Jack – Merilee and Otter Co-op I just wanted to pass on the experience of working in your store. Being able to spend over 30 hours on the project one gets an idea of the service and attitude of the staff employed. I can honestly say I don’t think I have ever seen such polite knowledgeable attentive staff as the ones in your store, (especially the ones in Hardware). They were all polite and patient no matter what age from the younger gentlemen to the seasoned employee’s, and it was a pleasure to see and hear. I have now become a member and will be shopping at your store from now on.

Dorothy Anderson OTTER CO-OP BOARD PRESIDENT

I am looking forward to seeing the horse at his final location outside the store.

90Years

OF SERVING THE COMMUNITY

Co-operatives Celebrate Together

All of our Kids’ Club events are free so why not become a member and join in the fun! If you have not yet reached your twelfth birthday you can join. Applications are available at the Co-op Administration office or you can join on line at www.ottercoop.com. Don’t miss out on the Kids’ Club Christmas Skating Party on Thursday, December 20 at Twin Rinks in Langley – 4:15 to 6:15. Tickets are now available at the Otter Co-op Administration Office. We hope to see you there!

PROUD PEOPLE (we have that)

Most of what has been mentioned above doesn’t happen without the huge support provided by our employees. That is what counts … that smile, the assistance, and that smile again. As a community-minded store we support local schools, sports teams, charities, many youth programs, and want to continue to provide fun and meaningful events for our shoppers; and wish to jump start Federated Co-operatives new tag line, “You’re At Home Here” and we are the host! As Directors of your member-owned Co-op, we guide and approve the many opportunities that are presented to us to make your store grow, and grow responsibly in this fast paced economy. Every company, organization, family or whatever will encounter challenges at some time and we like to meet them head on. If you are not an Otter Co-op member, do sign up today. $10.00 gives you a life-time membership and gets you on your way to sharing in our earnings by way of equity, and cash-back every September. To each and every one of you, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Please pass on to the Otter Co-op that we really appreciated the generous gesture of donating the BBQ for our staff picnic. We had about 75 people come and could not have done it without your help. A big thank you to the Co-op! I should also add that from the way everyone ate the hamburgers, the frozen ones that we got from the Co-op were very tasty. Henry Grayman

Regards, Felicity Holmes

The winner of the $500 Otter Co-op gift card and the $500 Aldergrove Credit Union term deposit was John Campbell. Presenting Campbell with his prizes are Aldergrove Credit Union’s Murrayville Branch Manager Danielle Nielsen and Merilee McAuley, Executive Assistant to the General Manager of Otter Farm & Home Co-operative. HARRY HUNT PHOTO Aldergrove Credit Union and the Otter Co-op teamed up to celebrate the International Year of Co-operatives and International Co-op Week, which took place the week of October 15. Together, the two co-operatives showcased just how co-operatives make a difference in our local communities, and around the world – not only during cooperative week, but every day. “As the United Nations declared 2012 the International

Year of Co-operatives, we knew we wanted to collaborate in some way with our neighbouring co-operative, the Otter Co-op,” say Aldergrove Credit Union CEO Gus K. Hartl. “Coming together during International Co-op Week was a great way for us to show our co-operative spirit.” The two co-operatives held several contests during the week including a chance for members to win $1,000 – $500 to each organization. Throughout the year both organizations support youth and young adults. As part of the co-op week celebrations, together they are sponsoring four youth aged 14-17 to attend the YES Camp, a cooperative leadership camp. Each organization also held appreciation events for their members with food and prizes. Otter Co-op General Manager, Jack Nicholson said, “Cooperatives are rooted in our communities, and have social and economic objectives, and one of our objectives is to co-operate with each other. Co-op week was the perfect time to partner together with the Aldergrove Credit Union and celebrate our successes together.” In addition to the week long celebrations, both organizations give back to their members through patronage and dividend rebates. They support their community through donations and sponsorships, scholarships and bursaries and staff volunteer hours. Both organizations truly live and believe in the power of cooperatives and truly demonstrate how co-operatives help build a better world.

Thursday, December 13, 2012 • 3

Merry Christmas!

General Manager’s Message

It amazes me that the Christmas season is upon us; and that 2012 is almost over. It has been an amazing and busy year so far at Otter, with sales well ahead of last year and our bottom line is shaping up to be another local record. Our team is especially proud of these results given the economy and cross Jack Nicholson border shopping challenges that continue General Manager to affect retailers throughout the lower mainland. I would just like to take a moment to reflect on how proud we can be of the Co-ops’ efforts to shape a future that includes stable employment, economic benefits and a strong and caring community. It is a fantastic way to wind up our 90th year in business, and we couldn’t have done it without all of our dedicated and loyal shoppers, and the great employee team at Otter ready to serve you every day. I’d like to extend a heartfelt “Thank You” to our board of directors, employees, and you, our loyal members. Your support, commitment and dedication are making possible this excellent year of operational results. I’d like to remind everyone that we have drawn 3 of 4 trips in our 90th Anniversary Celebration trip contest, and you still have a few days left to get entered for our final draw of a trip for 4 to Disneyland to be drawn on January 5th. What a great late Christmas or New Years’ gift that could be. Your Otter Co-op staff, management and board continue to look to the future with careful long term financial planning, as we continue to strive for strong equity and cash back payments that our loyal membership enjoys each year. We are working hard to ensure that our members not only enjoy the benefits of that cash back, but also enjoy up to date, well cared for facilities and assets to serve the members needs into the future. As we reflect on the past year of successful operations, we look forward to some of the projects that the future holds, including continued planning on our gas bar/convenience store site on Highway 11 between Abbotsford and Mission, and the planned construction and opening of a new bulk plant, cardlock, oil warehouse, petroleum office, gas bar and convenience store in Chilliwack. And so, as Christmas and the end of 2012 quickly comes upon us, my wish for the future is that Otter continues to grow and prosper as we work together to provide our members with shopping experiences that are second to none through great facilities, great products, great people and great service. May you all have a safe and enjoyable holiday season, be richly blessed, and all the best to you and yours in 2013, and Merry Christmas!

Jack Nicholson GENERAL MANAGER

Congratulations ONLINE SURVEY WINNERS

Otter Co-op recently conducted an on line survey in an effort to gather information that would be helpful in serving our members/customers better. Thank you to everyone that participated in our survey.

WINNER 42” LG TV Pictured here L to R

Online Survey Winner Nancy Knott and Richard Bonneau (Otter Co-op Controller).

WINNER IPAD2 Pictured

here L to R Online Survey Winner Pete Saunders and Jack Nicholson (General Manager).


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NEWS It pays to belong!

Happy Holidays from our Pharmacy Department

TANK-UP CONTEST WINNER!

With the purchase of a tank Tri Quack received an entry into a contest through Federated Co-op and was the winner of a $5000 credit

Pictured here L to R Otter Co-op General Manager Jack Nicholson, Tri Quack (Tank up contest Winner) and John Wheelhouse Otter Co-op Petroleum Manager.

New at Otter Co-op!

Otter Pharmacy Staff

Are you and your family traveling this season??  Remember - make sure you carry session a sufficientand supply of your Book a 20 minute coaching prescription medication for your trip, review your wellness energy goals. Always carry a few extra days’ worth of medication in case you’re delayed on your return trip. simple steps in traveling just onewith area of Otter Co-op pharmacists are here to help you Brainstorm in all your travel needs including, Diabetes, wellness or overhaul your daily routine and organizing a First Aid Kit and Vaccination. Our Pharmacy Services also include: learn unique strategies for your fitness, • Personal Consultation room ensure privacyfood between you and your pharmacist.and restful preparation / nutrition • Pill Pack organizes your medications in a customized blister package matches your dosing schedule. sleep based on thesethat resources: • Medication Profiles ensure that your prescriptions do not conflict with your other current medications or poten• The printout. Healthy Home tial allergies and provide a medication counselling Better Brain,inBetter Body with your pharmacist • Medication Review Services enable you to•discuss changes your medication to improve your health. • Healthy for Life • Certified Injection Pharmacists can have your vaccines administered. • Four Hour Body • Diabetes Management Kit provides health management information for people living with diabetes. Allof Wellness • Health Clinics educate you on a wide variety subjects. Clinic participants will

Wellness Clinic

with a Life Coach & Fitness Consultant

Thursday, May 26 10am-4pm

Call 604-607-6934 for your Wellness Clinic appointment today.

We

It pays to belong! PHARMACIES It pays to belong!

PHARMACY Did you know you can bypass the switchboard and dial direct to the following departments?

) )TPAYSTOBELONG BL 

Administration 604 856 2517 Petroleum: 604 607 6912 Feed: 604 607 6901 Hardware: 604 607 6909 Bakery: 604 607 6920 Café/Deli: 604 607 6921 Produce: 604 607 6919 Meat: 604 607 6918 Grocery: 604 607 6936 Pharmacy: 604 607 6934

receive a surprise gift pack!

at the pharmacy about our MedicationFREE forAsk your health needs DELIVERY Management program too! Otter Co-op Pharmacy 604 607 6934

• Full Prescription Service • Full line of vitamin supplements • Ostomy Supplies • Home Health Care • Free blood pressure testing • Free blister packing • True Rewards: Become a Co-op Member today & participate in the dividend program

Glen Mountain Pharmacy 604-607-6934 604 851 9654

3600 248th Street, Aldergrove Monday-Friday 9am-7pm Saturday 9am-5pm • Sunday 11am-5pm

At the Pharmacy...

www.ottercoop.com

A Real Sense of Safety I wish to express appreciation to the staff

OF SERVING THE COMMUNITY

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Holiday Hours Retail Centre Administration Post Office Pharmacy Feed Dept. Pitt Meadows Petroleum GAS BARS 248th Street Gloucester Ross Road Fraser Heights Ladner Abbotsford Glen Mountain Produce Glen Mountain Pharmacy

Mon. Dec. 24 8 am-5 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-3 pm 9 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm

Tues. Dec. 25 CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

Wed. Dec. 26 9 am-6 pm CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

Mon. Dec. 31 8 am-6 pm 8 am-5pm 8 am-4:30 pm 9 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 8 am-4 pm

Tues. Jan. 1 9 am-6 pm CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

5 am-8 pm 5 am-8 pm 5 am-8 pm 5 am-8 pm 5 am-8 pm

9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

6 am-11 pm 5 am-11 pm 6 am-11 pm 6 am-11 pm 6 am-11 pm

5 am-11 pm 5 am-11 pm 5 am-11 pm 5 am-11 pm 5 am-11 pm

9 am-11 pm 8 am-11 pm 9 am-11 pm 9 am-11 pm 9 am-11 pm

8 am-5pm

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10 am-6 pm

8 am-8 pm

10 am-6 pm

9 am-4 pm

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job vacancies • FULL TIME POSITIONS Pharmacy Manager 2 Senior Attendants - Ross Road Gas Bar Full Time Grocery Manager Full Time Gas Bar Manager Trainee

• PART TIME POSITIONS Administration Clerk NIght Time Grocery Clerk

in the Pharmacy Department, they are unfailingly diligent over the prescriptions ordered, and certainly provide a real sense of safety. Dorothy McMurdo

coming events 90Years

Holiday Hours

Breakfast with Santa • Saturday December 15 Family Fashions & Hardware 3 Day Scratch & Save Sale • Thursday, Friday & Saturday December 13-14-15 Boxing Week Sale • Begins Thursday, December 20 – January 1 Kids’ Club Christmas Skating Party • Thursday, December 20 – 4:15 to 6:15 Twin Rinks Langley (Tickets now available at the Administration Office)

RETAIL CENTRE 3650 248 St Aldergrove (604) 856 2517 Hours: Sun-Sat 8am-8pm Most Statutory Holidays 9am-6pm Administration Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm Closed Sunday Post Office Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-5:30pm Closed Sunday Pharmacy Mon-Fri 9am-7pm Sat 9am-5pm Sunday 11am-5pm

You’ll find us here:

FEED STORE PETROLEUM 3548 248 St Aldergrove, BC Feed Store Phone: (604) 607 6901 Petroleum Phone: (604) 607 6912 Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-5:30pm Sunday 9am-5pm Closed Stat Holidays GAS BARS: 248 Street Gas Bar 24795 Fraser Hwy Aldergrove, BC (604) 856 7011

Ross Road Gas Bar 29622 Fraser Hwy Abbotsford (604) 856 0030 Ladner Gas Bar 6420 Ladner Trunk Rd Ladner, BC (604) 940-1322 Gas Bar Hours: Mon-Fri 5am-11pm Sat/Sun/Stat Hols 6am-11pm Gloucester Gas Bar With a Tim Hortons 26474 56th Ave, Aldergrove, B.C. (604) 856 6676 Hours: 5am-11pm 7 Days/ Week incl Stat Holidays

Fraser Heights Gas Bar 16788 104 Ave. Surrey, BC (604) 582-2517 Hours: Mon-Fri 5am-11pm Sat/Sun/Stat Hols 6am-11pm PITT MEADOWS 12343 Harris Road Pitt Meadows (604) 465 5651 Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm Saturday 9am-5pm Sunday 10am-4pm Closed on Statutory Holidays

GLEN MOUNTAIN PRODUCE 2618 McMillan Road Abbotsford (604) 851 9636 Hours Mon-Sat 7am-8pm Sunday 10am-6pm GLEN MOUNTAIN PHARMACY 2596 McMillan Road Abbotsford (604) 851 9654 Hours Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Saturday 9am-5pm Closed Sundays & Holidays


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