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The Veronica owner Eric Peters (far left) helps 4-year-old daughter Madeline (with scissors) cut the ribbon at his wine bar while wife Veronica (center, with 1-year-old son Max) and friend Barbara Bishop (in purple shirt) look on. Also on hand to celebrate on Sept. 22 were Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce members Sue Beauvais (left, in blue vest), Fritz Ribary (center, in red shirt) and Ann Fleming (right, in black). The Veronica is located at 228 W. North Bend Way, North Bend. For more information, call (425) 996-3270 or visit www.veronicawine.com.
Gina Hudson is a new massage therapist at Destiny by Design, 249 Main Ave. N., North Bend. Hudson is a graduate of the professional massage licensing program at Ashmead College. Her skills include Swedish and deep tissue massage, as well as myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, hydrotherapy and clinical injury treatment. For more information, call (425) 888- 9347.
NORTH BEND - Bryan's One Stop in North Bend isn't so much about Bryan anymore.
SNOQUALMIE - The confusion began around this time last year.
George Kenny's brother Frank sent a press release to the media publicizing Kenny's Northwest Experience and the George Kenny School of Chainsaw Carving.
Bare Necessities Spa in North Bend, recently celebrated it's grand opening with members of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce. The spa is located at 43438 S.E. North Bend Way and features many types of body treatments, massage, facials, skin treatments and makeup instruction. For more information, visit www.barenecessitiesspa.com, or call (425) 831-2273.
Business news from the Valley.
With the help of members of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, Luiza Dixon (center, with scissors) cuts the ribbon on a new adult retirement home called Medina Heights of North Bend. Dixon opened the center with her husband George (behind her, with mustache). The home offers skilled nursing care provided by professional caregivers and a live-in nursing staff. Medina Heights is located at 13811 436th Ave. S.E., North Bend. For more information, call (425) 864-4717 or (425) 864-0351, or visit www.medinaheights.com.
Keith Mickle, owner of the North Bend Bar & Grill, recently purchased the Cedar Log Tavern in Carnation. After purchasing the business and the building, he completely renovated the interior with a new bar, new tables, chairs and an improved menu. The business will be open from 11 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. Mickle will hold a grand opening Nov. 4-6, featuring specials on beer and food. The Cedar Log Tavern is located at 4573 Tolt Ave., Carnation.
Noah's Ark Animal Workshop has expanded into King County and is now open for business.
Business Networking International (BNI) is a business networking organization that allows only one person per profession in each chapter.
With help from the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, the owners of Little University of Dreams cut the ribbon at their new preschool on Oct. 22. The preschool is located at 13513 433rd Pl. S.E., North Bend. For more information, contact April Littlejohn
at (425) 888-1305.
Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare, in collaboration with Boxwood Design, was recently named winner of an elite 2005 Northwest Architectural Design Award for "Best Contemporary Design."
North Bend's Unity Theater will present Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" on Friday and Saturday nights from Dec. 2 through Dec. 17.
On Oct. 22, Jorve Roofing professionals joined a group of volunteers in putting a new roof on the Friends of Youth counseling center in downtown Snoqualmie.
Selah Gifts and Espresso Inc. gift shop opened Nov. 18 at 307 Bendigo Blvd. N. in North Bend.
SNOQUALMIE - Salish Lodge & Spa was honored by Condé Nast Traveler readers as one of the top 75 hotels in the United States in the magazine's "Best of the World" November issue.
Representatives Glenn Anderson (R-Fall City) and Jay Rodne (R-Snoqualmie) were presented the coveted Association of Washington Business (AWB) Cornerstone Award on Nov. 9 for their continuous support of business issues in the Legislature.
Janna Mattson's dream of starting her own business has become a reality.
Physical therapist Joe McVein of Apple Physical Therapy in North Bend, 249 Main Ave. S., is relocating the practice to Bellevue as of the first of January 2006.
There are two new faces at the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Parlor at 8103 Falls Ave. in Snoqualmie.