Bike, bus or walk to the co-op and you’ll have a chance to win cool prizes, garner a little recognition and reduce your carbon foot print. That’s right, the co-op is challenging YOU to a throwdown!
In an effort to inspire more people to use alternative transit, Linden Hills Co-op is offering a “commuter card.” The commuter card has spaces for 10 punches – each punch representing one trip to the co-op via alternative transportation.
If you missed our Ground Breaking Ceremony, check out this video of the event, produced by members Julie Eckhert and Peter Berman of Insight Photo Video. And, if you were there, check yourself out!
The co-op’s board, staff, project team,lenders, Minneapolis city councilperson Betsy Hodges and Joni Bennett of the Morningside Neighborhood Association and Edina City Council attended the groundbreaking celebration on April 9.
THANKS! *We’ve raised nearly 5,610 dollars/pounds of food for Minnesota FoodShare’s March Campaign. That’s 187% of our fundraising goal. All together, the Twin Cities food co-ops raised 77, 771 dollars/pounds of food.
Use It; Don’t Lose It
Your 2008-09 member rebate vouchers should be used at the co-op no later than FEBRUARY 28, 2010. Spending your voucher HELPS the store, since unredeemed vouchers are lost income and not a cost savings for the cooperative—it’s your deferred discount on the purchases you made at your cooperative between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. Enjoy!
Background On Patronage Rebates
What is a Patronage Rebate?
In years when the co-op makes a profit, the board of directors has the option to distribute a portion of the profit to our member-owners.
We’ve got a great line up of classes this winter featuring classes about healthy cooking and healthy living. Follow the links below to download our schedules.
Please pre-register for classes in person at our customer service desk or by calling 612-922-1159 to pay by credit card.
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