snowberry creek mayor's office


I hope everyone will join me in thanking Liam Grainger for agreeing to be this month's guest here at the Spotlight. We met to talk over lunch at his place of business, the bar he recently purchased just past the outskirts of town. (Don't tell Frannie that I said this, but his burgers rival her Creekburgers for sheer deliciousness!)

alexis morgan's snowberry creek

Mr. Grainger, thank you for meeting with me today. We're always glad to welcome new business owners to Snowberry Creek.

Please call me Liam, and I appreciate how welcome everyone has made me feel since I took over running the bar.

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

There's not much to tell. Over the years, I've bounced around a lot. Worked in a lot of different jobs. When I finally realized that I wanted to own my own place, I spent more time searching for the perfect place to settle down.

What made you chose Snowberry Creek?

The mountains, the tall trees, and the bar itself. When I walked through the door the first time, it felt like coming home. I know the place isn't fancy, but it had the right vibes, I guess.

You have a hint of an accent. Care to tell us where you're originally from?

As I've said, I've knocked around the world a bit. Must have picked it up in my travels.

Any big plans for the bar? I've noticed the only sign on the places just says "BEER."

I've been busy hiring staff, so that's taken up most of my time although I do have a few ideas about what I would eventually like to do to spruce the place up a bit. As far as signs go, until I figure out what I want to call the bar, just plain "BEER" will have to do. My customers seem to find the place all right the way it is.

Okay, then. Any last words for our readers?

Thanks again for making me feel welcome here in Snowberry Creek. It's nice to have a place to call home.

That wraps up this month's Spotlight. If anyone is interested in helping out with the holiday plans for the town, please contact my office!

Until next month,
mayor mckay