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Snoqualmie Valley Record Business Briefs | Oct. 1

Graphics business wins design award

Valley-based business Front Row Graphics was recently selected as a 2008 American Graphic Design Awards winner.

Front Row Graphics was recognized with an Awards Certificate of Excellence for its pro bono work with the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation, specifically for the FoundationÂ’s Seventh Annual Fundraising Breakfast invitation, RSVP card and event program.

Graphic Design USA sponsors national design competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals.

To view examples of the winning pieces, visit www.frontrowgraphics.com/awardpg.html. For more information about Front Row Graphics, visit www.frontrowgraphics.com.

Used coat drive helps Encompass

Just in time for chilly fall weather, the Great Outdoor Clothing Company, at the Factory Stores at North Bend, is holding a used coat drive that benefits Encompass, the Valley childrenÂ’s organization.

From Friday, Oct. 3, through Friday, Oct. 31, the Great Outdoor Clothing branch in the Factory Stores at North Bend will serve as a drop-off site for clean, used coats and jackets. People who bring in outerwear will receive a voucher worth 20 percent off the regular price of a single purchase of a new coat, redeemable through Nov. 14. Donors also will receive an Encompass in-kind donation sheet for their tax records.

Encompass will give the contributed coats and jackets to local residents who need them.

For more information, call (425) 888-2777.

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