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Chamber Weekly Newsletter

January 20, 2020 to January 27, 2020

 

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.



THURSDAY: Colville Chamber After Hours, January 23, will be hosted by Spokane Community College/ Colville, located 985 South Elm St. from 5-6:30. Stop by the SCC/Colville to connect and speak with other business owners as well as enjoying some snacks and beverages. Maria will give a tour of the industrial welding bldg if requested.

Help us send off Maria Swinger-Inskeep, SCC Colville Center Manager as she is leaving to start a new adventure. And meet the new SCC Colville Center Manager Brian Moyer.

 

Get your applications in for the Home & Garden Show, March 20th & 21st. The Show will be held at the Spokane Community College/Colville. If you or someone you know would like to have a booth please call the Chamber Office 509-684-5973 or stop by and pick up an application and policy form. Chamber is located in the Southtown Plaza at 986 S. Main St. Suite B, next to Colville Do It Center and the T.E.D.D. building.

 

 

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 Mary Gilmore for her presentation on Life Flight and the benefits it offers.

 

Jan. 21: No Luncheon

Jan. 28: Jackie Burns with Burns with Words

Feb. 4: Rosemary Shaw with Colville Together

Feb. 11: Melanie Davis with Dreamswept Farm

Feb. 18: No Luncheon

Feb. 25: David G. Brooks, the Gratitude Guy

 

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

 

Jan. 21: Parkview Senior Living; Come join us at Parkview for our quarterly Networking Breakfast, beginning at 7:30 am, we are located at 240 South Silke Road, Colville. Hope you can join us.

Please RSVP Lori Sage at 684-5677 or email lsage@artegan.com

 

Jan: 23: Colville Chamber After Hours: Hosted by Spokane Community College/ Colville, located 985 South Elm St. on  Thursday from 5-6:30. Come on down to the SCC/Colville to connect and speak with other business owners as well as enjoying some snacks and beverages. Maria will give a tour of the industrial welding bldg if requested.

 

Jan. 23: The HUB, Cards with Bonnie: Courtesy of Pinewood Terrace Nursing and Rehab 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.(spaces may be available, for info call Ann Miller at 675-0845)

 

Jan. 24 & 31: United States Census 2020 has positions available for hire. Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs or get help from the Census on Fridays at the Chamber office between 10-12pm. A representative from the Census Bureau will be Fri through March to help you apply and get a job. If you have any questions please call 1-855-JOB-2020. Great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay and paid training.

Jan 24: Colville Pour House;  Light Up the Cross Tap takeover, come on down to the Pour House and enjoy great food and wonderful brews, all while helping raise money for the repair of the lights at the Cross on the mountain.  Fun begins at 6pm and runs until approx. 9:30pm.

 

Jan. 25: Women in Agriculture Conference with WSU Extension. Contact Donna Rolen at donna.rolen@wsu.edu or call 509-684-2588.

Jan. 25: Colville Valley Big Game Banquet, Hosted by Washington Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. 985 S. Elm street, Colville, from 3pm to 9pm. Come on out for a good time! Raffles, Silent Auction, Live Auction! Great Food! It is the do not miss social event of the year!!! Good Time Great Cause.

Jan. 25 & 26: January family movie days at Woodland Theatre – Come see Karate Kid the classic film! The original Karate Kid is an exciting, sweet-tempered, heart-warming story with one of the most interesting friendships in a long time. Between a kid named Daniel and an old guy named Miyagi; who seems to be a harmless old eccentric with a curious hobby: He tries to catch flies with chopsticks. But it turns out that Miyagi is a karate master and he agrees to take Daniel as his student. Saturday January 25 at 7pm and Sunday January 26 at 2pm & 7pm. Admission is a donation at the door, refreshments available. This movie is sponsored  by Bettencourt's Taekwon-Do, Colville.

 

 Jan. 26: Fired Up Brewing; Join the Brewer on Brew Day! Ask the bartender for details and sign-ups.

Jan. 30: Fired Up Brewing; Wine Takeover with Barrister Winery fun begins at 5:30

Feb. 1:  Forest Owners Winter School, Save the date for the Forest Owners Winter School. It will be held in Colville Saturday, February 1, 2020. For more information contact Stevens County Extension at extensionstevens@wsu.edu or 509.684.2588.

Feb. 9: The Northport Lions Club; is hosting its monthly bingo session February 9, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the Northport school cafeteria at 404 10th Street in Northport. Games include Early Bird, Regular, Fast Pick and Blackout with a $500 Jackpot. Doors open at noon and play begins at 1 pm. U.S. and Canadian currency welcome; participants must be at least 18 years of age to play. Please note, although bingo is usually held on the first Sunday of the month, this session has been moved to the second Sunday.

 

Feb. 14: Forget Me Not; Stop in at Forget Me Not, 173 S. Main and pre-order Valentine’s Day Balloon Bouquets and Build a Gift Bag and we will deliver FREE in Colville or Kettle Falls on 2/14 to your Valentine. We have Candy, Valentine’s Plush, Mugs, Journals, Signs, Frames And many other FUN gift ideas. Student Special Balloon Bouquet $12.99 Delivered. Call us (509)-684-8757

 

 

Save the Date:

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day

Feb. 17: Presidents Day, Chamber office closed

Feb. 27: After Hours @ The HUB Senior Center

March 10: Vitalant Blood Donations

March 20-21: Home & Garden Show

 

Business Information:

 

American Red Cross: On Call Disaster Action Volunteers Needed to help the Red Cross and Your Local First Responders! Responsibilities:  Volunteers will be trained to bring a debit card to families displaced because of fire or flood.  This will give them a couple nights stay at a hotel, food, and clothing.  This will give them time to figure out what they are going to do until they can get back to their home.  Qualifications: Flexible schedules, Computer Skills, Work in high stress situations. If your interested, please fill out application at redcross.org/volunteer or call Lynne at 509-316-1845 with any questions.

 

American NW Contracting LLC: We are offering snow plowing services through our business."We offer contracts or snowflake by snowflake basis to cover your snow plowing needs. Our office is open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and can be reached at (509) 684-4770 or @American NW Contracting LLC (ancsllc@outlook.com)  We are available for on-call or emergency services.  Our phone lines will be directed to our on-call service after hours to assist you with your needs.

 

Colville Liquor & Southtown 76: January specials, Chivas Regal scotch 750 ml $ 19.99, Helium Balloons $1.99 only.  Southtown 76 has different varieties and sizes of Liquor. 

 

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.

 

Colville Together:  Colville Together has just received formal notice from Washington State Main Street that we have earned our designation as a Main Street Community for 2020.  Colville Together has been a Main Street Affiliate since 2017 and has been working hard the past few years to become a Main Street Community.  According to preservewa.org, “Washington Main Street helps communities revitalize the economy, appearance, and image of their downtown districts using the successful Main Street Approach®, a comprehensive revitalization strategy built around a community’s unique heritage and attributes.” Contact at info@colvilletogether.org or call 509-684-4571 Ext. 112.

 

Front Porch Farm: Our store is closed for the winter season. But if you need local honey, grass fed beef, or other items we carry, please feel free to call 509-684-6226. We will be glad to meet you or arrange for pickup. Follow us on Instagram or like us on Facebook to see what we're up to this time of year.

 

Gallery TEDD: The bright, colorful paintings that are currently adorning the walls of Gallery TEDD are a delightful contrast to the gray of winter just outside. Colville artist Elinor Distler is the creative force behind these splashes of color, and as Gallery TEDD’s current featured artist, her work will be brightening the space now through the month of February. The public is welcome to come and view the displayed art during regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Distler is inspired by the combination of rolling hills, lakes and rivers, and especially the woodlands of Northeast Washington, where she has lived for forty years. TEDD invites artists interested in displaying their work to download an application packet from the Tri County Economic Development website, www.tricountyedd.com

Northport Lions Club: The Northport Lions Club meets on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Northport Town Hall. Lions clubs are a group of men and women who identify needs within the community and work together to fulfill those needs. For more information or to get involved with the Northport Lions Club, please contact Linda Midkiff at tlmidkiff@gmail.com.

 

Parkview Senior Living: Winter move in Special, come live with us through the winter months and enjoy a break from shoveling snow.  Let us do all of the cooking and you can relax and enjoy your peace of mind.  Move in for three months, and we will give you the fourth month rent free.. Call 509-684-5677 for details. 240 S. Silke Road Colville, WA

 

Spokane Community College Colville Center in Feb. 2020; Running Start information night for high school students who want more information on taking college classes. Tuesday, February 18, 2020 from 6pm-7pm, located at 985 South Elm St.

 

The HUB: The Senior Center has rooms for rent for your meetings or 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.

 

United States Census 2020 has positions available for hire. Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs or get help from the Census on Fridays at the Chamber office between 10-12pm. A representative from the Census Bureau will be Fri through March to help you apply and get a job. If you have any questions please call 1-855-JOB-2020. Great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay and paid training.

 

Wanda Louise: Women's Boutique & Formal Wear, Come in from the cold and cozy up with our snuggly sweaters and cozy coats. We still have a few $30 Cashmere Scarves in stock! Come see us at 161 E. Third Avenue. Suite E.  Monday-Saturday 10am to 6pm.

 

 

Karen Learn

Colville Chamber of Commerce

986 South Main Street Suite B

Colville, WA   99114

509-684-5973

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