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Tourism White Rock launches new calendar

Tourism White Rock’s new calendar for 2013. - Contributed photo
Tourism White Rock’s new calendar for 2013.
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Tourism White Rock’s newest calendar features “all White Rock moments at their finest.”

Showcased to White Rock council by TWR executive director Betina Albornoz last month, it is more than a collection of seaside vistas captured by local residents, Albornoz said.

Seaside Scenes – White Rock Moments at Their Finest is also a connection to community that promotes arts, culture and the city itself as a year-round destination.

“It allows us to engage with local residents,” Albornoz said.

In its fourth year of highlighting White Rock, the calendar also helps drive traffic to www.inwhiterock.com  and continues to promote the city’s brand, Albornoz said.

The project is hoped to expand to include greeting cards, she said.

Contributors whose works are featured in the calendar are Tim Shields, Marilyn Trenchard, Joy Gerow, Derek Hayes, Adrian Burden, Danielle Holland, Darlene Bellamy Seatter, Stacey Kons, Ellen Atkin, Hugh Zhao, Nattawot Juttiwattananon and Wilma Maki.

At $10 each plus tax, the calendars are available by calling 604-536-4951, or at retail outlets throughout the city.

For a complete list or to order online, visit www.inwhiterock.com

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