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Chamber Weekly Newsletter

April 6 to April 13, 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.

 Ladies and Gentlemen:

The Colville Chamber office will remain closed during normal business hours due to the COVID-19 virus and the Governor’s stay at home order. Our staff will continue to work using the social distancing rule and continue to keep the community informed as best as we can. We will still be sending out the newsletter on Mondays. Please be sure to get us any information you want included in the newsletter by Fridays. We will also send out all press releases as we receive them. If you need assistance, please call us at 509-684-5973 or email us at If you are a small business in need of help, please contact the Small Business Administration at

Support your local businesses:

Buy gift certificates! Order online locally! Get takeout delivery!  

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

April 11: WSU Ext Master Gardner’s’ “From the Ground Up” this event has been postponed to either May 16 or Sept. 26. Notice will be sent out for date as soon as possible.

April 12-May 31: Colville Wild Turkey Daze. Join us for our annual Wild Turkey Daze in Colville. Wild Turkey Daze, turkey hunting maps & information is available on our web site under the Visiting & Events Planning tab. Plan your next hunting trip in Colville.

April 25: Spring Gala @ The Hub Senior Center. This event has possibly been postponed.

Save the Date:

 May 5: Vitalant Blood Drive

May 9: WSU Master Gardner’s’ Plant Exchange at the Community Garden’s Firewise

May 16: Community Clean-Up Day

May 22: Bow Wow Luau

May 28: Chamber’s After Hours @ Tri Co Economic District

July 16-18 Colville Chamber’s Sidewalk Sale & Street Faire/Light Up Colville Fundraiser/Car Show

Business Information:

American NW Contracting LLC: American Northwest Contracting Services, LLC is your local General Contractor located in beautiful Colville.  We take pride in our first-rate service and experienced team to go beyond your expectations. New Construction, Custom Homes, Roofing, Siding, Windows, Shops, Renovations, and Finish Carpentry. Call us to schedule! American Northwest Contracting Services. Building What You Envision. 347 W. 2nd Ave STE G, Colville, WA (509) 684-4770, Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm,,,, Servicing Northern Stevens County and surrounding areas.

City of Colville: The Mayor of Colville announced that all city offices and buildings will be closed for business starting on Friday, March 20, 2020 at the end of the business day. The staff will continue to work regular hours and will be available by phone and email. If you have any questions please contact the Mayor at or 509-684-5095

Colville Hardware Do It Center: Do it Center is open regular hours to serve our community. We are doing everything possible to keep customers and employees safe and healthy, as well as doing all we can to keep essential supplies in stock. Call us @ 509-684-6505 or message us @ if you need curbside assistance. Thank you for your patience! 

Colville Liquor & Southtown 76: Buy variety of vape mods, E -juice flavors and accessories only at Colville Liquor. Canadian  Club whiskey  50 ml .99 cent. 

Colville Piecemakers' 2020 Quilt Show -- A Galaxy of Color -- will be held Friday, September 11 (10-6) and Saturday, September 12  (10-4) at the Community Colleges of Spokane, Colville Campus. 985 S. Elm St, Colville, WA 99114. Featured Quilter: Joan Carter.  Free Demonstrations! Vendors! Silent Auction! Boutique items for sale! And the winning ticket for our gorgeous raffle quilt will be drawn Saturday afternoon.  Supported in part by a generous donation from the Vinson Fund.

Colville Together: Did you know that you can keep your tax money local with the Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program? If you pay B&O taxes, you can put them to work LOCALLY and receive a 75% Tax Credit on next year’s B&O taxes.  Contact Colville Together for more information and check out the info at our website  or call 509-684-4571 Ext. 112. We also have new blue Love Colville T-shirts that are available @ the Chamber office by appointment. If interested you can call 509-684-5973 for an appointment. You can pay and pick-up with no contact.

Eagles #2797:  Based on the Governors directive, all restaurants and bars in the state of Washington are closed until further notice.  We have closed until further notice.

Fired Up Brewing: Will be open for delivery, curbside and takeout of all menu options and beer to go during the mandated restaurant closure by the Governor. 

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.

Home Suite Home: To our community and valued customers:  Out of consideration of the safety of our community and the recommendations by the CDC, we will be opening our doors to customers by appointment. We have been privileged serving our neighbors over the past 26+ years, and hope you will allow us to meet any of your current furniture and mattress needs at this time so we can continue supporting all of you in the future.  For appointments, please contact us at: Email: Text: 509-680-2813Or via facebook messenger. Visit our website at Thanks for shopping local now more than ever.  Stay well friends.

Horizon Credit Union: To ensure the health and safety of our members and employees we have made the difficult decision to limit lobby access.  For most transactions we can assist you through the drive-up, where available.  For emergency and essential services when you must access the branch please call us to make an appointment. This helps ensure that a limited number of individuals are in the branch when you come in to avoid any unnecessary contact. If you have questions or would like to make and appointment please call 800-852-5316.  We’re here and ready to help.

The Huckleberry Press: The Huckleberry Press is here to stay. For small businesses, non-profits, restaurants and any pandemic related community projects, the Huckleberry Press has thrown away the rate sheet for all new business. Pay what you can. We'll work with your budget, whatever it might be. Our intention is to partner with all our local businesses and the community-at-large to help people during this challenging time. We are doing everything we can to make it easy to get the word out. As always, rates include full color and design as needed. Call 844-344-8344 or email for more information. We invite all our readers to let us know about any projects our eastern Washington community is doing to help each other during the pandemic crisis. Stay strong!

The HUB Senior Center: The HUB Board of Directors decided this morning to close the facility until April 13th in an attempt to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. They are making every effort possible to ensure the continued health of our seniors, while still trying to attend to our needs. Meals will continue to be provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but on a take- out basis only. It is still necessary to call (675-1479) or email ( by 10:00 a.m. Monday to request a meal for either day. For the period of the closure, this will apply to everyone; the "frequent flyer" list will not be in force. The meals will be brought to you in your car as you pass through the portico in front of the building, and payment will be accepted there as well. No other activities or rentals will take place during this time in an effort to keep the building as sanitized as is possible. The situation will be re-visited at the April 10th BOD meeting. This was a most difficult decision to make, but was based on the best current information from the Washington State Department of Health and the North East Tri-County Health District. We are saddened at the prospect of missing out on our camaraderie for the next month, but keeping everyone well is a greater obligation which the Board takes very seriously. Soon this will all be past us, and we'll be able to gather together again to share our stories!  The CCSC Board of Directors-----

Northport Lions Club: In compliance with local, state and national restrictions limiting group gatherings and guidelines to practice social/personal distancing to avoid the exposure to or transmission of COVID-19, the following Northport Lions Club events are cancelled: * April 5th Bingo* April 9th Business Meeting* April 11th Easter Egg Hunt* May 3rd Bingo* May 9th Golf Scramble* May 14th Business Meeting.

Northport Rivertown Grill: Providing TAKE-OUT orders - As some or all of you may have heard due to the covid-19 virus we cannot not have dine in eating until further notice. However, we are going to try to do takeout only. We will be open our regular days Tues-Sun  from 12p-8pm. Depending on who is working/available we may even be able to do delivery (in town). We are hoping there will be enough business to continue to stay open during this whole thing. We appreciate your understanding and hope this restriction passes quickly. If you would like to place an order please give us a call @ 509-732-6678.

RE Lee Shoe Company: With the corona virus threat, we are currently closed. If you need shoes, and we can help you without being “in person”, please call and leave a message at 509-685-1733 or 509-738-4330. We are here to help any way we can. We can help answer questions, take payments over the phone, run shoes out to the curb (with arrangements), or ship shoes to you.

Ronnie D’s Drive In: All of us at Ronnie D’s Drive In would like to thank this great community for the support everyone has shown us in these past weeks. However, we know that many others have had to close during this shutdown. So in the spirit of "Paying it Forward", for every $20 in gift cards sold we will be making a $5 donation to the Food Bank. The gift cards can be used for your own family or you can continue to pay it forward by giving one to a neighbor or a friend to help them out during this time. We also want to assure our customers that we have implemented even more strict cleaning and sanitizing procedures and as much "touchless" service as possible. We have also put into place strict health protocols for our employees as well as any delivery people servicing our restaurant. Our drive thru is open Monday through Friday 9-9 and Saturday 10-9, or you can phone ahead at 684-2642 and we can deliver your order to your car under our canopy or on the side of 5th Street for large trucks.  Find our menu and current specials on Facebook or online at

Rural Resources: Rural Resources Victim Services is working on a great project for local students while they are out of school!  If you can, please consider donating. We are teaming up with the local school districts in Stevens, Ferry, and Lincoln county to provide free art and social-emotional learning packets while they are unable to go to school. For more information please contact the Community Engagement Program Manager Alison Price @

Stevens County Conservation District: Native Plant Sale. Order your trees now. Plants are sold by pre-order. Visit our website to download the order form at or pick on up at our office at 232 Williams Lake Rd. Colville, WA 99114.

Stevens County Libraries: Effective Tuesday, March 17th all eight of our libraries will be closed to the public. These closures will remain in effect until at least April 24th. All due dates will be extended to April 27th. As always, we do not have any late fees.

Tri-County Economic Development District: In accordance with the Governor’s directive the Tri County Economic Development District (TEDD) offices will be closed until further notice. Team TEDD will be working from home, and is standing by to provide assistance to local businesses. The TEDD office can be reached by calling (509) 684-4571, messaging via Facebook, or e-mail

Tony’s Squeeze Inn in Northport is Providing TAKE-OUT orders - 10am to 4pm Wed thru Mon, closed Tues. Call ahead or stop in for breakfast and lunch take- out orders. Once the In-dining restrictions are lifted, the hours will go back to normal.

Washington Tourism Alliance: Washington Tourism Alliance's new website is: The new site allows businesses to enter their information and provides a portal for them to sell gift cards either online or through the mail. If a business does not already have gift cards, they can create them via the site. This is all free. The idea of buying gift cards to 'Pay now, Play later' has already been getting a lot of action on social media as a way to help support your area's businesses through this tough time, and the WTA's website makes it super easy to do so.

WSU Extension:  Master Gardener Class Applications Available, Year-round.  We are excited to announce a major change to our Master Gardener class! We are now accepting rolling enrollments! This means you have a chance to start the class every month and will have one year to complete the program. We officially roll out the program this March so complete your application now to join the March or April class. Classes are at your own pace, with twelve in-person classes. Learn basic botany, entomology, composting, water wise gardening and so much more. The program is flexible and can adapt to your volunteer needs. We are child friendly. You can download an application here. For more information contact Adenea Thompson, Master Gardener Coordinator at or 509.684.2588


Karen Learn

Colville Chamber of Commerce

986 South Main Street Suite B


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