Thanks Loco Landing!
February 17, 2015
After my first blog post about being schooled by eight-year-olds, a member of the Penticton business community gave us all a lesson on how to engage youth.
During my visit, Columbia Elementary student Natasha Radosztics asked if I was able to make LocoLanding free. That was a pretty tall order, but Diana Stirling, the owner of LocoLanding Adventure Park, showed us all what it looks like to be an amazing corporate citizen. She donated 100 mini golf passes to Columbia students, so Natasha and her friends could experience LocoLanding.
As exciting as municipal government is, it doesn't quite put smiles on young faces like LocoLanding does.