Alpine, Texas Community Guide 2017 - Page 12

Continued from page 11 same old. “It’s more than businesses staying open late. We need to offer something locals don’t normally have access to,” said owner of Cheshire Cat Antiques Russ Quiett. There are plans to host outdoor movie screenings and to invite non-profits, churches, and school sports teams to set up street raffles, art fairs and mobile gift shops on those late nights. ADA believes strong community branding is important, and Alpine’s culturally unique groups are a vital part of the town’s history and future. The group plans to emphasize local talent by featuring craftsman, like blacksmiths and spur makers, which fill a unique niche in cowboy culture. “Every cowboy in this county is an artist, whether they admit it or not,” Quiett said. The group is working with City of Alpine to implement improvements laid out in the 2016 City’s Vision Plan. City of Alpine Vision Plan In 2016, the re ձ́ɽͥ)͕͵ЁݕɔՉ͡ѡɽ՝)ɽɅѡ I)M ٕͥ́Ё ѕ(M  )M  ɽ٥́Ё)ͥ́٥ͥѼѡɕѕȁ )ɕٕ́ѱ䁱ѕ(1ɸɔЁ͉ձɽ̹Ԥ)Q䁡ٔ䁱͕ͥ́)ѡȁЁ䁽ɥͥ́)ɭѥٕа͕)Ёѡȁ͕٥̸()Q 䁽݅́Ѽѥє)ѡ́ѼѡM  IɅ ͥ́AɽɅ)х͡Ѽɽ٥͕٥́Ѽ͕̰ͥ)ٕЁɅѥ̰)չѥٕ́ɹ̸)Q؁YͥÁ)յЁɕѕѡ ѕȁȁUɉ)AI͕ɍѡɽ՝ѡ )ɍѕɔA Սѥ)ЁѡUٕͥ䁽Q́ЁMѽ)%ЁՑ́фɅ̰ͅ)ѕх̰Ʌ䰁)Սɔ)QYͥAɕѕɕ́ݹѽݸ)ɥɥݥѠɔ)͍ɭͥ䁅)ёȁЁɔ̸)%Ё݅́ɕѕѼٔ䁽́ɽ)ɥɥ䰁ͥɽ́ѡ)ձѕѼɽٔ)%ӊéхѥЁȁ役)ٕѥѡ 䁥́ͥ)ͽѽɽٕЁ́ɽѡ)ЁѡՑ)Ʌ镐́ѕȰɥɔѕ)Ѽݹѽݸɽ٥ѽɥե̰)ѥɡ́ͥ)ɥ́ݥѠѕȁ̸݅݅)QaLѕ̹ѕ͝ե) 䁍չ́͡ȁ)ɕ͔ѥѥɽ̰ݼ)܁Ʌ́ɔͥѼѼ)éѥѥ)݅Ѡɡ́Ѽ)ݹѽݸ͕́ЁѼɕɽչѡ)յȀܸ)́ЁYͥÁ)ѥIɽAɬЁѡɹȁѠ)MɕЁ!ٔɽ́ɽѡ)UAɅɅɽхѥ)Yչѕ͍́ѡɬ)ѥ̰ٔչɕ̰չٕɥ)̰ѡЁɕQ)ѡЁٕɕͽ̸ٕ)٥хɅ͔́ɭѡ)ɯéɹȰٽչѕ́݅ЁѼ)ɥ́͹饹ɸѼ+qQ䁥́ݥѼ͔ЁѼͽ)ݡ݅́ѼЁͥ́ѡɔ)ѡɔɔѡ́ͅɽչ)ݡЁѼݥѠгtͅݹȁ5)MɕЁ5ɍ9٥܁)ՑɹЁѼх)չѡɔȁɅ)̸ͥ)IɽAɬ́ݼȁɥ