The Seattle King County Clinic provided free dental, medical and vision care to Seattle area people Oct. 22 to 24. Among the volunteer medical providers were dentist Dr. Kerry Bailey and assistant Kristen Sheehan, of Alpine Dental Care.
Erin Yaseen is passionate about health. A registered dietitian and functional nutritionist, she holds a master’s degree in nutrition and has recently launched her business in Snoqualmie offering a functional, individualized and comprehensive approach to nutrition.
Pie For the People NW located inside Lee’s Summit Grocery in Snoqualmie Pass, is the sister shop to Pie for the People SW, located in Joshua Tree, Calif.
It’s time to celebrate. Join Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business for for their November luncheon and give thanks.
Sam's Noodle Town will celebrate its grand opening in Carnation Friday, Oct. 16.
Corners Gift Shop, owned by Peggy Lefley and Ron Meyers, is open on the corner across from the Snoqualmie Depot. A grand opening celebration is planned for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10.
You decide to sell your house. You hire a real estate broker to list, prep and show the property. After an open house, several appointments and several dead ends, it sells.
Dr. Andrea McKinney is leaving Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare after many years of service. The clinic has announced that Dr. Nessa Livingston, OD, will join the staff as a full-time associate.
Thirty-five years ago, Jean Macris opened a nutritional supplement shop on North Bend Way, next to her family’s other business, George’s Bakery. On Friday, Sept. 11, she will celebrate her retirement and the grand opening of Twin Peaks Nutrition and Wellness, in the same location that she operated Nature’s Marketplace.
Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business will host Marilyn Krichcko at the group’s next meeting, noon to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.
Money magazine announced its 2015 list of “Best Places to Live in America.” Snoqualmie made the list at number five.
During the 13th annual American Business Awards in Chicago June 22, Talking Rain Beverage Company President and CEO Kevin Klock was recognized with a Gold Stevie Award for Executive of the Year, and the Preston-based company itself received the Silver Stevie Award for Company of the Year.
Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business will host Marilyn Krichcko at the group's next meeting, noon to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.
The North Bend Bar and Grill has hired a new executive chef, Tom Rhyneer, to replace departing chef Broc Thomson.
Snoqualmie Casino, owned and operated by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, welcomed Keith Sensabaugh to its executive team as Chief Operating Officer in July, and Roy Corby as Chief Gaming Officer earlier this month.
Jan Vrana has opened a franchise of Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions, providing cooking oil management services.
UpcyclePost (www.upcyclepost.com), a Snoqualmie-based social sharing site for all things upcycled, has announced the launch of its consumer marketplace.
The North Bend Downtown Foundation is seeking a manager for its visitor center and art gallery facility located on Bendigo Boulevard and Park Street.
Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business will host a speed networking round robin for its next luncheon and meeting, starting at noon at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.
Aaron Fisher, Snoqualmie, and William Hulings, Spokane, both veterans with an interest in agriculture, traveled with a Northwest Farm Credit Services delegation to Washington, D.C. to an event on raising awareness of farming opportunities for veterans.