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Lighthouse Country business is booming

Bowser Elementary School students used their creativity to work with the theme of the 36th annual Lighthouse Country Business Association Trade Show, I Love Where I Live. - JOHN HARDING PHOTO
Bowser Elementary School students used their creativity to work with the theme of the 36th annual Lighthouse Country Business Association Trade Show, I Love Where I Live.
— image credit: JOHN HARDING PHOTO

The Lighthouse Country Business Association continues to grow, and so does its annual trade show. More than 40 vendors displayed their products and services at the third annual show on Sunday at the Lions Den in Qualicum Bay. Hundreds of people wandered through the den, learning about some of the LCBA's 130 members and enjoying all sorts of activities and food. The NEWS was a co-sponsor of the event.

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