Otter Coop presented a donation to Langley Arts Council’s “Horsing Around Langley” art project.

‘Horsing around Langley’ features Otter Co-op History

Otter Coop presented a donation to Langley Arts Council’s “Horsing Around Langley” art project.

Otter Coop presented a donation to Langley Arts Council’s “Horsing Around Langley” art project.

Carla Robin (right), project expediter, oversees this project for the arts council.

Otter Co-op is proud to be celebrating 90 years of service to members in the surrounding areas, and 90 years of community support.

“We felt that the Langley Arts Council project of Horsing Around Langley was a great fit with Otter Co-op and our connection to both the agricultural and urban community, and a great option for us to be able to showcase some of Otter Co-ops’ history throughout the last 90 years by having artists complete some of Otters’ history on the horses,” said Otter Co-op general manager Jack Nicholson (left).

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