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Chamber Weekly Newsletter
November 11, 2019 to November 18, 2019

Mission of the Colville Chamber of Commerce:
Provide leadership to stimulate, promote and support economic vitality, tourism, communication, education and community pride in the greater Colville, Washington area.


Ladies and Gentlemen:

Colville Chamber Christmas Tree Extravaganza begins November 23, stop by Saundra’s Furniture and check out 8 fabulous Christmas Trees all decorated with many gifts under the tree. Tickets go on Sale Saturday morning for $1 each, choose your favorite and place your ticket in the bin. Drawing of the winners will be December 14, during the Chamber Christmas Gala Dinner.

Please welcome our newest members, Wanda Louise Women’s Boutique & Formal Wear, owner Sorsha Baun along with Petra, who is an amazing alterations seamstress. The shop is currently located at 161 E 3rd Ave. Suite E in Colville. Stop by and check out their current sale of 20% off of all sweaters and scarf’s.

Ribbon Cutting for The Coffee Shoppe located on Astor Street, on Thursday Nov. 21 at 10am, please join us and welcome our new member as she cuts the ribbon.

Chamber Meetings:

Everyone is invited to attend Chamber meetings held on Tuesdays at noon at the Eagles Lodge on North Wynne Street. It is a no-host lunch with a speaker or program for each meeting. We try to publicize these meetings in advance so everyone can make plans to attend. If you would like to make a presentation of interest to the community or know of someone who has a project or information to get out to the public, call the Chamber office at 684-5973. And we will schedule you for a Tuesday Luncheon. We would like to thank Brandon Harting for the presentation honoring Hewes Craft during last weeks’ Chamber luncheon meeting.

Nov. 12: NO LUNCHEON
Nov. 19: Pete Lewis, Colville School Dist. Happenings
Nov. 26: Leslie Hines with Energy Programs.
Dec. 3: Dr. Barry Bacon with Hope Street Project and Heartland Medicine

Calendar of Events: Go to www.colville.com or Colville, WA on Facebook for more info.

Nov. 12: Colville City Council Meeting, Everyone is invited to attend the City Council Meetings at City Hall, 170 S Oak St. Colville. The meeting begins at 6:30pm. Next meeting will be held on November 26.

Nov. 12: North 40 Treat Yourself Tuesday! (Formally 'Girls Night Out') Treat Yourself Tuesday... Special pricing from 4pm-8pm in Clothing, Fishing, Camping, Horse Tack, Firearms and ammunition. Chocolate Buffet... refreshments, Free gift while supplies last.

Nov. 12: R.E. Lee Shoe Co.; beginning this week we are in the midst of a Propet sale, 15% off all regularly priced Propets in the store or special orders. We have MANY of Propet in the basement that are already reduced and are in addition 30% off, this sale runs through Saturday, November 16. Lots of uncomfortable feet can find comfort in Propet, we have many of sizes and widths available. Come on in and check out these amazing shoes. Located at the corner of Main and 1st Street.

Nov. 12: Vitalant Blood Drive, Community Blood Drive from 11:30 to 4:45 at the Ag Trade Center, 411 W Astor. A single donation can transform the lives of up to 3 people. Vitalant is the sole blood provider to more than 35 hospitals across the Inland NW and needs at least 200 donors each day to meet the needs of patients. Call Amber at 509-714-6443 for more information.

Nov. 14: Colville Pour House; New Belgium Tap takeover, begins at 5pm, come down and sample some great beer from Belgium.

Nov. 15-16: Forget Me Not Open House; Holiday Open House & Store-wide SALE. Get a jump start on holiday shopping! Yummy Treats- Holiday Decor- Gifts & Stocking Stuffers Galore! Plus Many BOGO offers (Buy One, Get One) November 15th 10am-5pm & November 16th 9am-4pm. 173 S Main St. Colville, 509-684-8757.

Nov. 16: Colville Pour House; Food Bank Tap Raiser, come on down and enjoy some great food and beverages, for each tap we sell a portion of the money goes to our local Food Bank. Fun begins at 5pm.

Nov. 16: Colville Eagles; Stevens County Farm Bureau Fall Dinner, social begins at 5:30, catered dinner at 6pm, $18 per person. Annual dessert auction, auction supports the FFA students. Guest speaker Senator Shelly Short, along with featured members of the Seitter Dairy. RSVP by Nov. 11 to 684-8397 or email: bluepointdairy@gmail.com

Nov. 21: Fired Up Brewing; Wine Takeover Thursday, Nov 21st we will have a Wine Takeover featuring Fruitland Valley Vineyards delicious wines from 6-8pm.

Nov. 21: The Libraries of Stevens County Board of Trustees will hold their November meeting at the Chewelah City Hall Council Chamber on Thursday, November 21st at 10 a.m. The Chewelah City Hall is located at 301 E Clay Ave, Chewelah, WA 99109. As always, the meeting is open to the public and comments are welcomed. Arrangements to provide reasonable accommodations including handicap accessibility or an interpreter will be made upon receiving forty-eight (48) hours advance notice. For further information please visit the Library’s website thelosc.org or phone 509-233-9621.

Nov. 22 & 23: Junk Drunk Holiday Shopping Market; Come on down to the Ag Trade Center and check out all the Holiday decor, home decor and many antiques and collectables. Friday from 12-6 and Saturday from 9-4, for more information please contact Forget Me Not at 509-684-8757.

Nov.23- Dec 14: Christmas Tree Extravaganza; begins Saturday Nov. 23 through Saturday Dec. 14. Enter to win a Christmas Tree with all the trimmings and everything under the tree. Come on down to Saundra’s Furniture and view the wonderful trees and buy a ticket for $1 Ticket sales will begin on Saturday Nov. 23 during regular store hours.

Nov. 25: Vitalant Blood Drive; Colville High School is the Host of this event, beginning at 9am until 12:45pm, To transform lives through blood donation and to maintain a safe community blood supply, Vitalant is the sole blood provider to more than 35 hospitals across the Inland Northwest and needs at least 200 donors each day to meet the needs of those patients. Contact Amber Short for more information 509-714-6443.

Nov. 26: After Hours at Saundra’s Furniture; from 5-6pm everyone welcome to attend after hours events, come join other community members for a social hour, with snacks and beverages and browse the amazing furniture store of Saundra’s. While you’re there check out the Christmas Trees on display, buy a ticket for $1 and enter it for the tree you would like to win.

Nov. 26: Colville City Council Meeting, Everyone is invited to attend the City Council Meetings at City Hall, 170 S Oak St. Colville. The meeting begins at 6:30pm. Next meeting will be held on 12/10.

Nov. 26: The HUB Special Lunch; Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner, come join us at the HUB for a traditional Thanksgiving Feast. More info to follow next week

Nov. 28: Colville Chamber will be closed for Thanksgiving. Enjoy your day.

Nov. 29: Tree Lighting Ceremony Home for the Holidays, November 29 the day after Thanksgiving is a special day of fun for the entire family in Downtown Colville starting at 5:00. Santa will light the Colville Christmas Tree at 6:00 and then will be at Saundra’s for pictures after the tree lighting. It’s a great time to check out the trees and get your raffle tickets for the December 14th drawing. Then on Saturday it is Small Business Saturday and Chamber will have Horse n Buggy rides from 12-2pm for a small donation to Hoof N Boots’ horse. Sponsored by Colville Chamber of Commerce. Hot Chocolate, Coffee, Hot Cider and assorted cookies will be available for small donations by Stranger Creek Gifford Grange Hall.

Nov. 30: North 40; 'Live' Reindeer! Pictures with Santa, will be available to pet and take pictures 11am-3pm. Santa will be around, we will have a kids craft table and refreshments. We will also have LIVE Christmas trees for sale.

Nov. 30: Small Business Saturday; We will be having several giveaways, a scavenger hunt, and a grand prize drawing (a collection of prizes donated by participating businesses)! Stop by Heritage Court to collect your Small Business Saturday shopping bags and your “passport”. Then visit the participating businesses to collect your stamps at the local area businesses. A full passport will enter you to win the grand prize. The scavenger hunt will be via Facebook. Find a This Place Matters Colville T-shirt at one of the participating businesses, take a pic and post to Facebook with the #heartColville. Five random entries will be ed to win a Colville T-shirt. While your downtown, enjoy a horse and buggy ride curtsy of the Chamber of Commerce and Jeff Upton from Hoof & Boots.

Save the Date:
Dec. 3: Colville Animal Sanctuary #Giving Tuesday
Dec. 3 & 9: WSU Extension Office; “pesticide re certification”
Dec. 6: Community Christmas musical program at the LDS Church
Dec. 6-8: Keller House Christmas Tour
Dec. 14: Colville Chamber Holiday Gala Dinner & Dance
Dec. 19: After hours at Forget Me Not
Dec. 19: North 40 “Man Night”
Dec. 19: The HUB Enjoy Christmas dinner and a treat from Santa
Dec. 24: Chamber office will close at noon
Dec. 25: Chamber Office is closed for Christmas

Business Information:

Colville Liquor & Wine: November special, any occasion helium Balloons for $1.99 at Colville liquor, located at 140 Ponderosa Rd, next to Subway. South-town 76 gas station now has a DVD express kiosk.

Colville Pour House: 202 S. Main St., Trivia Tuesday, every Tuesday is Trivia night, come on down and have some fun. Begins at 6pm, eat, drink and think all in good company.

Front Porch Farm: We have Local Honey, Winter Squash, Onions, Potatoes; Washington grown Honeycrisp Apples, Fuji Apples, Golden Delicious Apples, Jonagold Apples, Jonathan Apples, Granny Smith Apples, and Cascade Pears. Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tri County Economic Development District (TEDD) is pleased to welcome watercolor artist Gail Johannes back to Gallery TEDD. This time, Johannes is exhibiting 24 of her original works, including her plein air pieces, now through the month of November. The public is welcome to view, and purchase, the displayed art during regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

The HUB: The Senior Center has rooms for rent for your holiday parties. Call 509-675-1479 for information and reservations. The Senior Center has nutritious meals Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12 Noon. The cost is $6.00. Call 509-675-1479 for your reservation and join us.

Walmart: The Colville Walmart has created a Community Mural Program! This program is designed to give our store a unique identity that celebrates our community while at the same time promoting local education and the arts. The program is open to local artists of all ages, skill level, and experience. We are accepting submissions through 12/06/2019. For more information contact Scott Peterson at; 509-684-3209 or visit http://walmartmurals.com/

Woodland Theater: Auditions for the musical Mary Poppins Saturday November 16 @ 10:00am. At Woodland Theatre Kettle Falls. All ages from 8-80 welcome some preparation necessary for leading roles. Packets available at Colville Chamber office or call Nancy at (509) 680-6146.

WSU Extension: 986 S. Main St. Ag News Pesticide Re certification Classes, December 3 & 9, Save the date for pesticide re certification credits. The classes will be held the first two Tuesdays in December. Classes will run from 3 - 6pm at the WSU Stevens County Extension office, 986 S Main in Colville. Contact Nils Johnson at nils.johnson@wsu.edu or 509-684-2588 for more information.

Karen Learn
Judi S. Weaver
986 South Main Street Suite B
509-684-5973
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