The Gull Lake EDC March Update
The Gull Lake Economic Development Committee was held on March 7, 2018, at Incyte Environmental. The Committee looked at the most-recent newsletter subscription activity which now stands at 100 subscribers. The Gull Lake Newsletter is designed to help Local Organizations and Businesses to get the word out about upcoming events and opportunities. There is no cost to put an event, opportunity or add in the newsletter and the more subscribers we have the further the content will go. To see the latest newsletter and subscribe go to the Gull Lake Newsletter web page!
The Committee will be working with the Tourism Committee planning a summer event to be held downtown. The possibility of having an afternoon outdoor market was also discussed. Watch for details in the coming months as planning for these events is finalized.
On Thursday, March 22nd, there will be an evening Social Media Education Session. The Beginner session will teach you how to use social media to benefit your business/organization followed by an online webinar for 30 minutes! The session is FREE and open to local businesses and organizations! More details and posters will be coming soon!
On Monday, April 16th, 2018 the Thrive Sask Visioning and Planning workshop will be held at the- at the Community Hall. Committee members will be extending personal invitations to organizations and businesses to attend. The Committee and Town Council are excited for the opportunity for Gull Lake to be able to participate in this program. The program will be a great opportunity to bring our Organizations, Businesses, Town Council, and Committee Members together to work collaboratively on ways to help strengthen our local economy.
“ThriveSask draws from elements of the Main Street Program which has been successful in revitalizing communities in Canada and the United States over the past 35 years. ThriveSask encourages communities to take steps to enact long-term change, while also implementing short-term, inexpensive and placed-based activities that support the local business sector and create a sense of enthusiasm and momentum about the community. “
Committee members were given a Community Branding Exercise by Lindsay Aliban (Economic Development Officer), and the meeting was adjourned.