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After a year and a half of work, the Los Alamos Cooperative Market has some big news to share. The announcement will occur during its first annual cooperative membership meeting at 6:15 p.m. Sunday at the Betty Ehart Senior Center.Besides the announcement, the meeting will provide live music by the Roaring Jellies and a potluck dinner.Along with a dish, participants are encouraged to bring the recipe, which will be put into a cooperative cookbook. The public is welcome to attend.So what is the big news? After almost a year of work, the market is almost a reality.The purpose of the meeting, said Nancy Savoia, interim president of the co-op, is to “inform members of the co-op as well as perspective members of the program of the progress we are making.”The progress that has been made toward the goal of opening a natural food store in Los Alamos includes working with a realtor to identify a good location for the store, said Marguerite McClay, interim secretary.The cooperative has also received advice, documents and support from the La Montanita, a pre-exisiting cooperative in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, McClay said.“We are all very pleased with the progress we are making and we’re still moving forward with our plans to open a co-op,” Savoia said.
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