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FALL CITY - Last Friday, the staff of the Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital in Fall City took a moment to sing "Happy Birthday" to a special member of the staff - Boone the dog.
John L. Scott Real Estate of North Bend recently recognized their top agents. Pictured are, front row left to right, Carol Wright, Sherry Pickett and Sally Cabe. Back row, left to right, Harry Buehler, George Warren, Carey Wright and Rod Weasea.
Pickett led the list of agents by winning the President's Elite Award, which recognizes her achievement of $200,000 in closed gross commissions or 48 closed units.
Weasea and Carol Wright were recognized for the Presidential Gold Award, which resulted from $150,000 in closed gross commissions or 36 closed units.
Buehler and Carey Wright were recognized with the President's Award for $100,000 in closed gross commissions or 24 closed units.
Warren and Cabe were recognized with the Emerald Award for $75,000 in closed gross commissions or 18 closed units.
John L. Scott Real Estate can be reached at (425) 888-3896 or go to www.johnlscott.com.
North Bend resident Barbara Pfeifle passed the American Association of Medical Assistants' Certified Medical Assistant certification/recertification examination for medical assistants on Oct. 28, 2004.
The Wildflower Catering Co. in Snoqualmie is now available to help with that special occasion, be it a wedding, anniversary or any event.
Robert Benes has been made sales associate at John L Scott Real Estate in North Bend.
SNOQUALMIE - The first Vietnamese restaurant in Snoqualmie, the Pho Place, opened last month on the Ridge in hopes of bringing some diversity to town.
The Kenny's Northwest Experience outlet in Allyn, Wash., was recently chosen as the North Mason Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Year for 2004.
SNOQUALMIE - The warm and inviting 2,200-square-foot spa and salon at 8002 Railroad Ave. S.E. in Snoqualmie is a far cry from what beauty mavens Marie Everett and Angie Riley were used to.
Tremendous changes are in the works for the North Bend Pet Salon. The salon is changing its location, its name and adding a new groomer/partner.
Salish Lodge & Spa announced today its special "Step Into Spring" rate.
SNOQUALMIE - Earlier this month, the quaint shops of Railroad Avenue welcomed a purveyor of old world charm as Mignone Interiors opened its topiary-trimmed doors.
Quadrant Homes recently announced that its Snoqualmie Ridge planned community surpassed all previous sales records with a total of 386 home sales in 2004, averaging more than one home sale per day.
After nearly 38 years, Fall City resident Kathy Winter is retiring from the banking business.
Wine lovers will have the opportunity to sip, sup and savor the best in Washington vintages and victuals when Washington Wine Tours presents a moveable feast aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad's first-ever Wine Train from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15.
FALL CITY - A 130-year-old haunted house may seem like an unlikely setting for a pet spa, but somehow it works. Just ask Leo and Mrs. Honey.
The Snoqualmie Valley Pet Parlor (Formerly North Bend Pet Salon) will be having a grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 9 at 12 p.m.
Bella Vita Salon & Spa owners Angie Riley and Marie Everett cut the ribbon at their new Snoqualmie location on March 12. The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce helped welcome the salon to its new location.
Tove Titus, owner of the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Parlor (formerly known as the North Bend Pet Salon), cuts the ribbon held by Judy Boyce and Kim Hubner, Chamber of Commerce ambassadors, during the grand opening of the store on April 9. Titus moved the business to the Snoqualmie location at 8103 Falls Ave. S.E. after running the store in North Bend.
NORTH BEND - Cathi Linden may describe herself as working class, but her work has been good enough for the stars.
Gary Asmus recently accepted the position of executive chef for Remlinger Farms in Carnation.