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A Bigger White Spot

Aldergrove White Spot manager Brent Kusch pours draft beer in their newly remodelled lounge. The lounge has been expanded and now comfortably seats 60 patrons. The adjoining meeting room seats 35 and features amenities such as overhead projector, power point, white board and flip charts. The two rooms can also be reserved for banquets, which seat up to 65 guests. - KURT LANGMANN PHOTO
Aldergrove White Spot manager Brent Kusch pours draft beer in their newly remodelled lounge. The lounge has been expanded and now comfortably seats 60 patrons. The adjoining meeting room seats 35 and features amenities such as overhead projector, power point, white board and flip charts. The two rooms can also be reserved for banquets, which seat up to 65 guests.
— image credit: KURT LANGMANN PHOTO

Aldergrove White Spot manager Brent Kusch pours draft beer in their newly remodelled lounge.

The lounge has been expanded and now comfortably seats 60 patrons.

The adjoining meeting room seats 35 and features amenities such as overhead projector, power point, white board and flip charts.

The two rooms can also be reserved for banquets, which seat up to 65 guests.

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