ARCHIVE: ABOUT MapleLine Magazine (published Nov.2008 to Dec.2010)
Winner of the 2010 Service Industry Business Excellence award from the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce.
The last issue (Holiday season 2010) issue was delivered to selected Sooke home postal mailboxes on Nov.3, 2010.
Archive print copies may be purchased ($4.95 each) at the MapleLine Business Centre, 6707 West Coast Road, Sooke, BC (or phone 250-642-7729).
MapleLine Magazine initiated a conversation about change and growth in Sooke. See ongoing Sooke news at www.sookevoicenews.com
MapleLine is now an online magazine about health and wellness
MapleLine Magazine started as a quarterly news issues magazine covering the activities, growth and development of Sooke, BC. MapleLine Magazine now serves as a health and wellness magazine.
MapleLine was launched in 2008 by Brookeline Publishing House Inc., a company that has written, edited, produced and managed print and online publications for clients in the southern Vancouver Island region since 1993.
The Brookeline/MapleLine office is in the MapleLine Business Centre at 6707 West Coast Road in Sooke town center (across from Peoples Drug Mart), where print and web services are available to the public.
On July 19, 2010 MapleLine was awarded a Communities in Bloom recognition decal for storefront beautification of our office at 6707 West Coast Road. Sooke Mayor Janet Evans said upon awarding the decal, "Congratulations, Mary, it's looking lovely."
On November 6, 2010 Mapleline Magazine was awarded the 2010 Service Industry Business Excellence award from the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce.
Brookeline is a member of the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce; on behalf of MapleLine Magazine, Mary Brooke volunteered with the Chamber's Sooke Spirit Festival Committee (Dec.5, 2009 event). Mary Brooke was a director with the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce (2010 and to April 2011); she served as chair of the Strategic Planning Committee and sits on the Education Committee. MapleLine Business Centre hosted the Fall 2010 networking mixer of the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce in September and hosted the February 2011 Women's Wellness Show in Sooke.
Click here to see testimonials 2008-2010.
MapleLine seeks to inform, educate, and promote the health and wellness of person, family and society.
Online articles and features will be updated regularly, with links and content that serve our readers and support our advertisers.
The MapleLine name is based on the maple leaf image that represents a peaceful unified community, and this supports MapleLine's goal to be a unifying community influence for the Sooke area and west shore readership. In Canada, the maple leaf is red on our national flag. Maple trees provide sap which nourishes the tree (also sweet and tasty for human cuisine). In India, the maple leaf is frequently seen as a motif in carved furniture. Many people find the maple leaf to be an uplifting symbol. In 2009 we learned that Senator Edward Kennedy (who championed the goals of a healthy national community) was buried under the shade of two maple trees at Arlington National Cemetery.
Publishing and Distribution
ISSN: 1918-3992 October 8/09 (for the Nov.090).
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