Walnut Grove Secondary Teacher Flash Mob!

This blew my mind! My son's high school teachers rock the Glee version of "Don't Stop Believing" with a flash mob dance!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!


Holiday Chutzpah!! (pronounced Hootspa! ;)

Every 3rd Thursday of the month I host the Fraser Valley Social Media Meetup where we invite high level presenters to speak about all things Social Media/Media, Marketing and Business.  We've seen some phenomenal growth probably because of the level of speakers and because we leave the 'sales speak' at the door.  We encourage networking and building your relationships but discourage pushing your products. 

This month we thought it would be nice to get together and practice the "Social" part of Social Media...so I invite you all to come out to share some holiday spirit (and possibly a margarita ;) !!
Also we're asking everyone to bring an unwrapped gift to donate to the Langley Christmas Bureau: Take a look at my TLC Rants and Raves blog post Langley Christmas Bureau Ho Ho Ho where we went to interview my good friend (and ex Langley Fire Chief; current Director of Membership at Langley Chamber of Commerce) Jim McGregor!

Everyone is welcome and we'd love to take the online offline and meet In Real Life!

Christmas Spirit Super Highway with Coldplay!


Langley City Mayor Says Healthy Debate is Good!

Few municipalities are as fortunate to have such a forward minded, honest, authentic and driven leader as we in Langley City.  Mayor Peter Fassbender has been involved with City Council since 2002 and Mayor of Langley since November, 2005.  He holds a very strong vision for the future of Langley and is passionate and committed to making our city flourish and grow.

Mayor Fassbender welcomes healthy debate in any area. He has no problem with different points of view, but he operates on fact and his good judgment.  We love his 'open door' policy and as he says - he answers his own phone!  If you have any questions, you won't find a more approachable or genuinely interested listener.  Reach Mayor Fassbender by visiting his website : City of Langley or calling his direct line: (604) 514-2801.

With an election approaching next fall - what issues would you like to see on the table?  We'd love to hear your comments!