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.
Shelley Cole, owner of Koko Beans, a new coffee shop at 8010 Railroad Ave., makes a drink for a customer. Cole has always wanted to open a coffee shop and hopes that her store “provides comfortable accommodations for relaxing and enjoying great coffee drinks.” She said she proudly serves Pioneer Coffee.
Genuine Image Photography, at 8150 Railroad Ave., Suite B, in Snoqualmie, has opened its studio for photography sessions of all types, including families, individuals, pregnant women, newborns, children, high school seniors, engagements and weddings.
Scott Friedman, holding the scissors, is surrounded by his family and staff along with members of the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Remax Integrity, Friedman and Associates Real Estate office. Helping Scott is son Alex, also holding scissors. Daughter Rachel is in his arms with wife Amy standing next to him.
The newly opened Remax Integrity office is located at 7725 Center Blvd in Snoqualmie. Agents in the office are Tony Strobel and Laurie Millard. The office manager is Natalie Raffetto. They can be reached at (425) 396-7100 or (206) 579-4546.
Jack and Christina Leatherman relocated their Cascade Comics & Games store in mid-October of last year from Main Avenue in North Bend to 226 E. North Bend Way in North Bend. They sell comic books, collectibles, card games and more. They said they have noticed an increase in customers since the move, as they are less hidden in the new location next to Scott’s Dairy Freeze. The couple has lived in North Bend for 16 years. Christina, who is pregnant, said she was due in about two-and-a-half weeks at the time of this publication.