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Moving day at the new visitor information centre

Clockwise from left: Don Gillespie and Rob Buchanan install the final panel of wildflower photo; The visitor information centre as seen from the parking lot at Campbell and Victoria; Some of the business development staff in their upstairs office. From left: Deb Wozniak, the special projects coordinator; Roberta Ciolli, the Basin business advisor for Community Futures; Margaret Pacaud, the executive assistant to the business development group; and Kevin Dorrius, the business analyst for Community Futures. - Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review
Clockwise from left: Don Gillespie and Rob Buchanan install the final panel of wildflower photo; The visitor information centre as seen from the parking lot at Campbell and Victoria; Some of the business development staff in their upstairs office. From left: Deb Wozniak, the special projects coordinator; Roberta Ciolli, the Basin business advisor for Community Futures; Margaret Pacaud, the executive assistant to the business development group; and Kevin Dorrius, the business analyst for Community Futures.
— image credit: Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

It was a busy day for Revelstoke’s business development group as they began the move into the new visitor information centre and offices on Monday, Jan. 20. The final stages of the construction were still underway, with furniture, phones and more still needing to be installed. They expect to be fully operational by this Monday at the latest. The building features the visitor centre on the main floor and offices upstairs. The VIC will be anchored by two art works – a large wood carving provided by Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation above the greeting desk, and a large photo of the wildflowers on Mount Revelstoke by Rob Buchanan that will sit above the brochure racks.

 

 

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