Changes seen in business community

New businesses are now in place around Summerland.

  • Aug. 1, 2012 9:00 a.m.

by Dave Simpson

Special to the Review

Critteraid Charity Shoppe has taken over the upstairs shop at 10118 Main St. that used to be Terra Incognita Imports. The team of volunteers invites you to donate and or buy items, the profits go to Critteraid to help animals in distress. They are a registered charity.

Fields is a thing of the past but it will be the home of Your Dollar Store With More currently at Summerfair Mall, 12-7519 Prairie Valley Rd. They will move into the old Fields store sometime in September with Bela Krasznia at the helm.

Interior Inkworks, owned by Jon Alexander, is at Victoria Road South and Dale Meadows Road. With more than 20 years of experience in the graphic arts trade, he can screen print anything for a special occasion or promotion.


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