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Chamber Weekly Newsletter
September 16, 2019 to September 23, 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:

We are taking orders for 2020 Flower Baskets, if you would like to order a basket or two, you can send the order to our email or call 509-684-5973, we will need check, cash or money order at time of ordering. Or you may go on the Website of The Plant Farm at the following:
On this website it gives you a choice of size and colors of petunias. You must pick up from the Plant Farm in May 2020.

Chamber After Hours; this month Thursday Sept. 26, at Tri-County Stoves, located at 2088 N Highway 395, begins at 5 and runs to 6:30-7. Everyone is welcome to attend our Business Hosted After Hours. Please come and network with other businesses and enjoy fine beverages and great snacks.

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 Mayor Lou Janke for his presentation last Tuesday; we wish you luck in the upcoming election.

Sept: 17: Belinda Lowery, Professional Life Coach
Sept: 24: Ralph Lane, candidate for Mayor
Oct: 1: Cruze Thompson, Homeless Project

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

Sept. 16: Park View Senior Living; Monday @ 1:00pm A speaker from, Assured Home Health will be at Parkview Senior Living to talk about, Continence Control Specialized Therapy. If you or a loved one suffers with incontinence, please feel free to attend our free seminar with a guest speaker from Assured Home Health. *Therapy can be done in the privacy of your home and covered through Medicare Part B.

Sept. 16: NEW Family Life Services; Come help us celebrate 25 years in Colville, we will be hosting an Open House and BBQ, Monday from 11:30 to 1:30 . Lunch and tours will be provided; we are located at 509 N Main St. North of Safeway Gas Station on Main St.

Sept. 17: Horizon Credit Union; Fighting Hunger Together, We'll close at noon on Tuesday, Sept 17 for Go. Give. Grow. day, our company-wide community service event. We'll be at 13 local food banks and community centers cleaning, sorting, stocking, packing food, backpacks for kids and more. For more info please call: 800-852-5316

Sept. 18: Banner Bank Free Shred Day; Wednesday at the following Banner Bank sites;
Kettle Falls, 365 W Third, from 8:30am-10am; Colville 621 S Main, from 11am-12:30pm; Chewelah, S 106 2nd Street E, from 1:30pm-3pm. First THREE boxes or bags are free.

Sept. 19: NEWFC members and partners, Our annual monitoring meeting and field tour will be held on Thursday, September 19 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Please meet at the Tri-County Economic Development District (TEDD) Office located at 986 S Main St, Colville, WA 99114 or call 509-684-4571 for more information. The meeting will begin with an overview and introduction to the field tour. There will be three field tour stops to demonstrate different types of treatments. Stop 1: Deadman Creek (treatment from ~20 years ago)Stop 2: Kettle Face (treatment from ~5 years ago)Stop 3: Renner Fire (effectiveness of fuels treatments on fire behavior)

Sept. 20 & 21: Woodland Theatre/Cinema in Kettle Falls, presents: Walt Disney Productions, The Apple Dumpling Gang, show times are Friday 9/20 at 6pm, and twice on Saturday 9/21 at 2pm 7 6pm, donations accepted at the door, we will be raffling off an apple themed stain glass. There's action, drama, & comedy by the legendary Don Knotts and Tim Conway... An enjoyable film for people of all ages! All for a simple donation at the door. Sponsored by the Apple Warehouse, Meyers Falls Market, and Crandall’s coffee.

Sept. 21: Colville Stand Down; at the NE WA Fairgrounds, 317 W Astor Ave. Colville, from 10am to 3pm, Lunch will be provided. Open to ALL VETERANS, (from any State) as well as Deceased Veterans Spouses.

Sept. 21: Fired Up Brewing; Come on down and listen to an awesome band, Planetary Refugees, they begin at 6:30, enjoy some home brew and great food while you’re there.

Sept. 21: National Drive Electric Week; Colville event from 9am to 1pm, in the city parking lot on Oak Street near the electric vehicle charging stations. If you are a EV driver, bring your vehicle and share your experience with others, more information

Sept. 26: Alzheimer’s & Dementia Workshop: presenter Joel Loiacono from 10am to 3pm at Addy Grange, 1376 Main St. Addy, WA, free lunch served, workshop will help people/care givers to understand the person with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. For more info please contact Cheryl Grimm at 509-685-6078.

Sept. 28: Front Porch Farm Cider Pressing: Come enjoy watching us hand-press apples from local orchards and take home delicious fresh-pressed cider! Learn more or invite your friends on Facebook.

Sept. 29: Parkview Senior Living; Mimosa Brunch from 10am to 1pm, enjoy a mimosa with a delicious Sunday Brunch 65 & older is only $5.00, 64 and younger is only $9.00, PLEASE RSVP Parkview Sr. Living located on the hill at 240 S Silke Rd. For more information or to RSVP please call Lori Sage at 509-684-5677.

Save the Date
Oct. 2: SCC Colville Center Composting for the Home Gardner Class
Oct. 5: 4-H Open House @ WSU Extension Office
Oct. 9: Haney Lumber, Inc. Celebrates 60th Anniversary
Oct. 9: SCC Colville Center, Herb and Kitchen Gardens Class
Oct. 12: Front Porch Farm Cider Pressing
Oct. 17: Career Expo at Spokane Community College Colville for students
Oct. 18-27: Woodland Theater Presents: Women and War tickets available at Chamber 9/9
Oct. 24: SCC Colville Center How to Produce & Publish a Quality Book
Oct. 25: Kiddie & Pet Parade and Moonlight Madness Colville
Oct. 26: Front Porch Farm Cider Pressing

Business Information:

Choir Practice: Come one come all; If you love to sing and would like to participate in a Multi-denominational community choir, Please contact Claudia Michalke at 684-3281 or email ASAP. Choir practice will be held at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, from 4-5:15 on Sunday’s on November, 10, 17 and 24th, with final practice on Tuesday Eve. December 3. Please call or email for more information.

Colville Eagles: Sunday breakfast is back in operation. Come join us Sundays from 9 AM to noon.

Colville Liquor & Wine: September Specials; Crown royal Texas Mesquite 750 ml $ 16.99, Jim Beam Fire 1 liter $ 14.99. Bird Dog 50 ml shots .99 cents.
Front Porch Farm: We are picking Yellow Doll and Crimson Sweet Watermelon, Cantaloupe, and Honeydew. We also have Washington grown Peaches, Nectarines, Honey crisp Apples, and Barlett Pears. Click here for a list of everything we're picking right now! Find us under the windmill on 395 between Addy and Arden, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. We're also at the Northeast Washington Farmers Market on Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. under the clock tower on Main and Astor in Colville. (Click here for our full farmers market schedule.) Mark your calendar for our Cider Pressings in September and October! Sign up for our email list and follow us on Facebook or Instagram for all the latest.

Huckleberry Press: It's a NEWA tradition: The Huckleberry Press for the Holidays! This year we will have our Halloween Edition (Oct. 17th), Black Friday & Small Business Saturday Edition (Nov. 28th), Christmas Edition (Dec. 12th) and our New Years Eve Edition (Dec. 26th). Whatever your holiday advertising budget is, we will work with it! Every year we highlight and promote the special events, fundraisers, special sales, bazaars, concerts, artisans, and small businesses that make the NE Washington holidays special! We'll even design your promotions for you, and you can use those designs where ever you like! Full color included at no extra charge. Contact us at 844-344-8344, or Happy Holidays!

SCC Colville Center: Fall 2019 Act 2 Classes for/starting in September;
Sept. 18: Seed Saving with Jim McGinty Wednesday from 3-5pm
Sept. 19 to Dec 5: Social Media for Business with Teri Ford-Dwyer Tues & Thurs 10:30-11:20
September 25: Garlic 101 with Jim McGinty, for class prices please call 509-279-6027.

SCC Colville Center: 985 S Elm St. Fall 2019 Act 2 Classes for Yoga; Classes with Michelle Hancock, begins Sept. through Dec. call for class prices, 509-279-6027
Sept 23-Dec. 11 Yoga Slow and Gentle on Mon/Wed from10am-11am
Sept.23-Dec.5 Yoga Strength and Stillness (2 sessions) on Mon/Wed from 4-5:15 & 5:30-6:45
Sept. 24-Dec 10 Yoga Fitness on Tues/Thurs from 1:30-2:20
Sept 26-Dec. 12: Yoga Mindful Endurance on Tues/Thurs from 10am-11am
Sept.26-Dec.5: Yoga Restorative (2 sessions)on Thur. 4-5:15pm & 5:30-6:45

Stevens County Conservation District: Tree Sales, Order your trees now, Trees are sold by pre-order on a fist come first serve basis. Order form can be downloaded at or pick one up at the office on 232 Williams Lake Rd, Colville. Tree pick up days will be April 3rd & 4th, 2020. If you would like to volunteer during the tree sale program please contact the SCCD at 509-684-7573

Stevens County 4-H Open House: Stevens County 4-H is hosting an Open House on Saturday, October 5 from 10 am -2 pm at WSU Stevens County Extension, 986 S. Main in Colville. Join us to see how you can be involved as either a member or volunteer in 4-H. Meet with representatives from various 4-H clubs and participate in some fun hands-on activities. For more information contact WSU Stevens County Extension at 684.2588.

Tri-County Economic Development District; located at Southtown 986 S Main St. , Tri County Economic Development District is pleased to welcome Chewelah, WA resident Dave Geissen and his colorful, happy caricatures to Gallery TEDD. The public is welcome to view, and probably might recognize a few of the subjects, during regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. For more information, call Tri County Economic Development District at 509-684-4571 or visit

Woodland Theater: Through correspondence and monologues, Women and War is a collection of fictional stories based on historical fact, told by generations of Americans impacted by conflict from The Great War to the War in Afghanistan. From housewife to worker, young bride to nurse, mother to widow, and now, young woman to soldier, these are tales of sacrifice, love, determination and hope told by those who bravely persevere on the home front and on the battlefield. This play is deeply touching and educational it is an emotional roller coaster. These accounts are moving...funny, exciting, humbling, and incredibly sad all at the same time. Be sure to mark your calendar now! Show dates will be October 18,19,20,25,26,& 27.Tickets are now available at Colville Chamber of Commerce or "The play doesn't shy away from asking questions it can't answer." --Amnesty International

Karen Learn
Judi S. Weaver
986 South Main Street Suite B
Colville, WA on Facebook

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