Centerra Marketplace in Lebanon, N.H., is seen in November 2016. (Valley News – John Happel) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to email@example.com.
Today, the Co-op announced it has signed a 15-year lease with the new owners, with two options for 10-year renewals thereafter.
“Signing this lease and preserving our home at Centerra is good news for our members, staff, local farmers, and the communities we all serve,” Ed Fox, who joined the Co-op as its new general manager last winter, said in a news release. “Our Lebanon store is the primary source of food for thousands of people and provides good jobs and benefits for many Upper Valley residents.”
So, as a proud member of an online seltzer enthusiast group (SHOUTOUT TO MY FIZZ FAM), I was pretty pumped to find all four flavors right here in little WRJ yesterday afternoon. This was the scene in my car on Sunday, moments after my partner and I stocked up on four six-packs, one of each flavor:
Note that the above is not quite a fizzeo, which is a seltzer review video, but it is basically just Polar porn. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Also, the Co-op Food Stores Facebook page got all cute and stuff with a little dragon post. Aw!
And last but not least, here’s me at work today, because of course I made a Boomerang of limited edition seltzer, and yes it did take me two tries to get the timing right, but obviously I drank both of them, doy.