Wednesday, December 1, 2010

In the December 1, 2010 issue

Town presents investment opportunity
This doesn't happen every day -- investors can put money into a town project, help the environment and make a profit! 
In today's paper, Town Administrator John Doyle explains the town's photovoltaic energy project and how an investor could turn a very nice profit while helping the town save money on its electricity bills.

 Photo by Amylynn Richards
Have you seen the new sign on the back of the bleachers at the La Conner High School stadium yet? Next time you're driving on La Conner Whitney Road look over and be assured that yes, you are in Braves territory! Amylynn Richards has the scoop on the sign in today's paper.

Holiday events this weekend
Saturday Dec 4
8:30 to 11 a.m. – Santa Breakfast: The Rotary Club of La Conner’s annual Pancake Breakfast with Santa is at Maple Hall in La Conner. Every child receives a free photo with Santa. Breakfast with pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice and coffee is $6 for adults, $3 for kids or $12 for a family.

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Holiday Bazaar: Find unique gifts at the La Conner Kiwanis annual craft sale at the La Conner Middle School gym.

5 p.m. – Tree Lighting: Enjoy music and refreshments when the guy in a red suit shows up to light up the Christmas tree in Gilkey Square in La Conner. Many of the local merchants will stay open late.
Sunday Dec 5
6 p.m. – Christmas Concert: The 15th annual Skagit Habitat for Humanity benefit concert, “The Sound of Christmas,” will be held at Maple Hall in La Conner. Admission is free, and donations are appreciated.

Pick up a La Conner Weekly News at a news stand in town. Just 75 cents keeps you up to date on everything worth talking about in town. 

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