2012 Community Resource Guide
Lacey resource guide
Maybe the answer really is blowing in the wind. Live or work in Lacey? Take a look around. Every street light, traffic signal, water tower and park facility, not to mention every municipal building (including city hall, the library, community center, museum and public works operations center) are running on clean and renewable green energy— most of it wind power produced right here in the Pacific Northwest. We’re proud the City of Lacey was recently designated as an official Green Power Community by the United States Environmental Protection Agency—making us one of only a handful of such cities in the nation. You can join us in supporting development of local renewable energy solutions. If every home and business in Lacey purchased just $4 worth of green power each month, it would be equivalent to preventing 36,000 tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere every year. That’s like our residents not driving 79 million miles. Visit www.pse.com or call a PSE Energy Advisor at 1-800-562-1482. It’s easy. It’s economical. And the wind won’t mind a bit. Shaping our community together Community resource guide 2012 • 2 013 think c h a m b e r f i r s t THE LACEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Business is Booming! Puget Sound Energy’s Green Power Program supports development and use of electricity from clean, renewable sources including wind, sun and biomass. CommuniT y resource guide Hello The Lacey Chamber of Commerce Board and staff wish to extend their appreciation and thanks to all those who contributed their talents, energy and time to this publication. Thank you for choosing to use this guide to navigate your way through the Lacey community. In the pages of this publication, you will find a wide range of contacts, content and resources in Our partners in this collaboration include Charles Tichenor of South Bay Press for the creative layout & design, Mike Thompson from Capital City Press for print services, Steve Kirkman of the City of Lacey and Doug Walker with Doug Walker Photography. For more information about Doug’s photography please visit www.walkerphoto.com. which we hope make your life in Lacey as effortless and fun as possible. Whether you have been in this community for many years or just a short while, this guide will help you get as much value out of living here as possible. ©Doug Walker photography ©Doug Walker photography adVerTi Ser i n d e x H o m e Tow n p r o p erT y m a n ag em en T H er i Tag e B a n k L eg a L S H i eL d V i r g i L a da m S r e a L e S TaT e o Ly m p i a Fed er a L S aV i n g S S q ua x i n i S L a n d To u r i S m S o u T H B ay p r e S S T H e C r e aT i V e o FFi C e SHeaHomeS S . ST e wa rT r i d e way, C pa 5 5 7 7 9 9 10 10 11 16 a n C H o r Ba n k edwa r d J o n e S Lu C k y e ag L e C a S i n o Sa i n T m a rT i n ’ S u n i V er S i T y S o u T H S o u n d B B q Fe ST i Va L n aT i V e n e w yo r k er 94 . 5 r ox y Fm merLe norman CoSmeTiCS wigS & day Spa C H r i S L e ST er i n S u r a n C e S erV i C e S T w i n STa r aC u ( a m er i C a’ S C r ed i T u n i o n ) C a p i To L C i T y p r e S S © Copyright 2012 Lacey Chamber of Commerce. no part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the copyright owner. ©Doug Walker photography 16 20 25 28 32 33 33 33 44 45 49 57 ©Doug Walker photography Contents CiT y oF L aCey 2 eduCaTion 38 THe L aCey CHamB er 12 miLiTary 42 memB er LiSTing 21 Senior 46 bY c at eg o rY arou nd THe Town 30 memB er LiSTing CaLendar oF eVenTS 36 memB er appLiCaTion Form alphabetical 52 52 products and services advertised herein will be made available for use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user or patron. c i t y of L a cey City of Lacey Mayor Virgil Clarkson W elco m e to l ac e y The mission of the City of Lacey is to “enrich the quality of life for all our citizens, to build an attractive, Lacey is a great place to live and do business. If you’re the way for future growth. The project was made possible searching for a premium location to establish or expand your through several public-private partnerships, and a $9.9 million business; want a Pacific Northwest setting to live or raise a grant from the Washington State Job Development Fund. family; or seek a mild climate and outstanding services for Our community successfully secured up to $12.5 million in inviting and secure community.” This mission is more retirement, Lacey is the place to be. than prevalent as you learn more about this city and Business enterprises from around the country have taken will finance additional transportation, utility, and other public the government which represents it. We are proud to notice of Lacey’s high quality of life. Our quiet, safe infrastructure improvements in the Hawks Prairie vicinity. neighborhoods, low crime rates, outstanding parks, and Lacey’s Foreign Trade Zone program helps businesses to community services create a livable, vibrant city to compete more effectively in the global marketplace. be one of the first communities in the nation to hold the distinction of being an official EPA “Green Power attract and retain community-minded residents, high-caliber businesses, and tourist spending. Lacey’s schools are also Community.” Our residents are highly-educated, among the most academically successful in Washington. community-oriented and enjoy the highest median household income of any city in Thurston County. ©doug Walker photography guide you will find facts and figures about the City of Lacey, meet the Lacey City Council and our Mayor, Virgil Clarkson, learn some history of the area and find valuable contact information for our community. our community well, and has made Lacey an attractive and infrastructure, which is an essential component of our resilient community — a great place to build a home or community’s quality of life. The Northeast Lacey Public start a business. Infrastructure and Economic Stimulus Project infused $29.5 420 College Street SE Lacey, WA 98503 www.ci.lacey.wa.us 360.491.3214 Hours Mon-Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm million in transportation and utility improvements to pave Virgil Clarkson Mayor Thank you to all Chamber members, volunteers, and community members who have contributed in ways big and small to create this wonderful community of Lacey. We hope you find this Community Resource Guide to be a valuable addition to your life in our community. ©doug Walker photography 2 l acey chamb er of commerce economic future. I believe this progressive approach has served Lacey has consistently maintained and funded public ©doug Walker photography lacey city hall has been in three different locations since the city became incorporated. in 2009 the construction of the city’s addition was completed. community flourish, producing family-wage jobs for a brighter d e s i g n e d by and open arms to newcomers. In this section of the Consistently planned and funded growth has made our 4003 8th Avenue SE • Lacey, WA 98503 360.459.3015 • www.southbaypress.com p r i n t e d by All of this while maintaining a small town charm state Local Revitalization Financing Program funding, which 2975 37th Avenue SW • Tumwater, WA 98512 360.943.3556 • www.capitolcitypress.com 3 • community resource guide cit y of l acey think chamber first! l ac e y h i sto ry l ace y co u n ci l The incorporated City of Lacey is very young but the area in which it occupies is full of history. Since at least the end of the Ice Age, approximately 13,000 years ago, the Nisqually Indians have had a presence in the Lacey area and were the sole inhabitants until the 1840’s. The locations that are now Horizons Elementary School, Indian Summer Golf and Country Club and Panorama, is where the Chambers Family laid their claim when first arriving and settling here in the 1840s. This area would be claimed and known as Chambers Prairie. 10 years later, the Oregon Trail would bring a vast amount of people to the West and the Puget Sound. Many people followed suit of the Chambers Family and laid claims to their own land in what is now Lacey. In 1854 representatives of the Nisqually and other Southern Puget Sound tribes met with Governor Isaac Stevens on the Nisqually Delta to negotiate and sign the Medicine Creek Treaty. Stevens and two prominent Nisqually leaders, Quiemuth and Leschi, signed the Treaty in which almost all American Indian land was ceded to the United States government in return for recognized Squaxin Island, Nisqually, and Puyallup reservations. Descendants of the original tribes of this area still continue to live here and are a vital piece of the community. From that time until 1891 the area was known as Woodland, in honor of settler Isaac Wood and his family. The Wood land claim encompassed 320 acres of land east of present day Saint Martin’s University and is now known as Lacey’s historical area. As you go around town, you will notice names of other early settlers to the area. Those include Hicks, Ruddell and Pattison. As the town grew and nearly 300 residents settled in the area, a decision was made to apply for a United States Post Office. The US Government denied the residents claim because a town named Woodland already existed in the Columbia River Valley. The name Lacey was decided upon and approved by the Postal Department and Mr. George Warren Carpenter was appointed the first postmaster. The road on which the Post Office was originally built was re-named Carpenter Road in honor of the postmaster. In addition to the new name and Post Office the community also received a train depot, a racetrack and a hotel in 1891. The racetrack is thought to have been the first mile-long sulky oval west of Kentucky and therefore brought hundreds of people via train to the area on race days. The racetrack’s glory days ended in 1909 when betting on horse racing became illegal. Today the site of the racetrack and hotel is occupied by the Lacey Downs Shopping Center. Because of the abundance of lakes located in the community, Lacey became a famous recreation community by the mid 1920’s with more than 19 lakeside resorts. For years people came from all around to visit and make residence in Lacey. By the 1960’s Lacey had grown to more than 8,000 residents and housing and commercial developments were growing at a rapid rate. In 1964, the Lacey Chamber of Commerce along with the Lacey Fire Department and North Thurston School District became the Committee for the Incorporation of Lacey. After two years of tough campaigning Lacey was incorporated on December 5th, 1966. The Lacey City Council serves as the community’s legislative body responsible for approving ordinances and establishing city policy. Members of the Council are elected for staggered four-year terms. Every two years they select from the Council a mayor and deputy mayor. City Council meetings are held the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. except for November and December when they are held the first and third Thursday. mee t the l acey cit y cou ncil deputy mayor Jason Hearn CounCIl CommIttees Finance & Economic Development Committee and Transportation Committee mayor Virgil Clarkson CounCIl CommIttees Finance & Economic Development Committee and Transportation Committee Intergovernmental Boards, CommIssIons & agenCIes Intercity Transit, Mayors’ Forum and the Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) areas of speCIal Interest Economic development, creating a sustainable city and youth programs oCCupatIon Retired Resource Operations Manager, Washington State Department of Transportation Intergovernmental Boards, CommIssIons & agenCIes Joint Animal Services Commission (JASCOM), TCOMM911 areas of speCIal Interest Transportation system efficiency, water resources, balancing growth, the environment and urban trails enhancements oCCupatIon Owner, Northwest Media Management, LLC continue In 2016 Lacey will celebrate its 50th anniversary and many of the people in this area are descendents of families that have been here for hundreds or, in the case of the Nisqually Tribe, thousands of years. This community has a splendid history with a successful story continuing on today and for many generations to come. cit y servi ces Outstanding services and support from the City of Lacey are some of the benefits enjoyed by local businesses and residents. From streamlined building permit services to the Business Roundtable and from the outstanding parks to the Lacey Senior Center, the City of Lacey is a proactive, service-oriented, cost-conscious local government, and an effective partner with the Lacey Chamber of Commercein the growth and development of the Lacey Community. Services available at Lacey City Hall include: animal licensing, building permits, notary public, parks program registration, passports, police reports, voter registration and water and sewer utilities. Customers may deposit checks or money orders 1600 4th Avenue E • Olympia, WA 98503 360.456.7368 • firstname.lastname@example.org for utility bills, assessments, business and occupational tax, or traffic citations at any time in the depository in front of City Hall. Visit www.ci.lacey.wa.us for more information. ©doug Walker Photography www.hometownpm.com 4 l acey chamb er of commerce 5 • community resource guide cit y of l acey think chamber first! t e le p h o n e n u m b e r s fo r t h e l ac e y a r e a meet the lacey council - continued COuNCIL MEMbEr Lenny Greenstein COuNCIL COMMITTEES Community Relations & Public Affairs Committee, Gen Government & Public Safety Committee and Utilities Committee COuNCIL MEMbEr Jeff Gadman COuNCIL COMMITTEES General Government & Public Safety Community, Transportation Committee and Utilities Committee INTErgOvErNMENTAL bOArDS, COMMISSIONS & AgENCIES Human Services Review Council, Thurston County Law & Justice Council, Thurston Regional Planning Council and Regional Sustainability Task Force ArEAS Of SpECIAL INTErEST Open and transparent connection between council and citizens, family wage jobs, resource protection and economic development OCCupATION Appraisal Division Manager, Thurston County COuNCIL MEMbEr Cynthia Pratt COuNCIL COMMITTEES Community Relations & Public Affairs Committee and Land Use Committee INTErgOvErNMENTAL bOArDS, COMMISSIONS & AgENCIES LOTT Board of Directors, Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) and TOGETHER! OCCupATION Retired Environmental Planner, State Department of Natural Resources ArEAS Of SpECIAL INTErEST Planned growth, transportation, safe and sustainable communities COuNCIL MEMbEr Andy Ryder COuNCIL COMMITTEES Finance & Economic Development Committee, Land Use Committee and Utilities Committee INTErgOvErNMENTAL bOArDS, COMMISSIONS & AgENCIES Economic Development Council (EDC), Olympia Lacey Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB) and Transportation Policy Board (TPB) ArEAS Of SpECIAL INTErEST Transparency between council & citizens, improved infrastructure and environmental protection OCCupATION Owner, Shur-Kleen Car Wash 6 L aCey Chamb er of CommerCe • INTErgOvErNMENTAL bOArDS, COMMISSIONS & AgENCIES Emergency Medical Services and Water Resource Inventory, Area 11 ArEAS Of SpECIAL INTErEST 25 years insurance industry and 25 years small business owner COuNCIL MEMbEr Ron Lawson COuNCIL COMMITTEES Community Relations & Public Affairs Committee, Gen Government & Public Safety Committee and Land Use Committee Whether you’re neW to lacey or a lifelong resident, here’s some important numbers to keep on hand. em erg en cy l acey (for police, fire & paramedics) poison Control Center 911 800.222.1222 i m p o rtant Crime Stoppers Dispute resolution Center Lacey fire District 3 Non-Emergency Lacey police Department Non-Emergency voter registration ar e a h os pital s Capital Medical Center group Health Cooperative Hospital providence Medical Center providence St. peter Hospital 360.754.5858 360.923.7000 360.493.7247 360.491.9480 cit y hall INTErgOvErNMENTAL bOArDS, COMMISSIONS & AgENCIES Community Action Council (CAC), HOME Consortium and Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC) ArEAS Of SpECIAL INTErEST Economic development, transportation and water. OCCupATION Retired business owner and served 5 years in the U.S. Navy. City Hall general Community Development Department Community Services & public Affairs finance Department Human resources Department Hr Application request/Job Hotline parks & recreation Department public Works Department Lacey city counciL information i ntercit y tr an s it pu b li c tr an s p o rtati o n elections Lacey’s seven City Council members are elected at-large from throughout the community. Members serve fouryear terms, with municipal elections held in November of odd-numbered years. The Council selects a mayor and deputy mayor from within its ranks to serve as presiding officer during public meetings and events. bus route & Schedule Info business Office Customer: The Lacey Chamber Contact: ride John Bradburn Dial-A-Lift Scheduling Project: Legal Shield Ad: 2012 Resource Guide TTY Size: 2 1/4” x 2 1/4” << 2nd Creative Show >> << v2 >> vanpool & Carpool Services 360.491.3214 360.491.5642 360.491.3214 360.491.3212 360.491.3214 360.491.3213 360.491.0857 360.491.5600 360.491.4141 360.438.0209 360.491.0857 360.491.3860 360.455.1120 li cen s i n g business Licensing Driver Licensing vehicle Licensing 360.664.1400 360.459.6753 360.902.3770 public school registration North Thurston public School Enrollment 360.412.4400 uti liti e s Cable / Internet / Telpohone Comcast reachOne CenturyLink 360.239.0780 360.456.5640 800.244.1111 Electricity / gas puget Sound Energy (inside WA) puget Sound Energy (outside WA) 888.225.5773 425.452.1234 refuse pick-up / recycling pacific Disposal/LeMay Inc 360.923.0111 Water Sewer / Storm Water City of Lacey 360.491.5616 m i scell an eo u s 360.786.1881 Animal Services 360.352.2510 360.786.8585 Customer: The Associated Lacey Chamber Contact: Al Eckroth Ministries of Thurston County 360.357.7224 Project: Virgil Adams Ad: 2012bureau Resource Guide | Size: One-Sixth, 2 1/4” x 4 5/8” 360.754.9393 betterRE business 206.431.2222 << 1st Creative Show >> 360.943.5211 Newspaper (The Olympian) 360.754.5411 360.786.8800 Olympia regional Airport Services 360.528.8079 all information obtained from City of Lacey website, www.ci.lacey.wa.us meetings Enjoy all Lacey has to Offer! The Council meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, January through October. In November and December, Council meetings are scheduled on the first and third Thursdays. Worry Less. Live More. All meetings convene in the Council Chambers of Lacey City Hall, 420 College Street SE. The public is invited to attend. If you would like to view a meeting they are broadcast live in the local television market on Channel 3, and rebroadcast the following two Saturdays at 12:00am, the following two Mondays at 12:00 pm and the following Thursday at 7:00 pm. They are also broadcast live through streaming video and are available on demand. community resource guide 360.493.2222 360.956.1155 360.491.2410 360.459.4333 360.786.5408 Lacey Chamber of Commerce & visitor Center Lacey City Museum Lacey Community Center Timberland regional Library post Office For all your real estate needs... Al Eckroth 360.701.3307 email@example.com Real Estate Professional Since 1994 7 << CHECK FOR ACCURACY >> Cit y of L aCey • BUSINESS NAME << CHECK FOR ACCURACY >> • PHONE NUMBERS • BUSINESS NAME • PHONE NUMBERS think chamber first! m ove i n ch eckli st t h u r s t o n c o u n t y w e at h e r Average Temperature (Degrees Fahrenheit) 2010 2011 Precipitation (Inches) 2010 Normal1 Register your children for school. See Education Section for a list of the public and private schools in the North Thurston District. The sooner your child can establish a regular routine, the easier it will be for them to settle in. Average Total Snowfall (Inches) Normal1 High Low High Low 2010 Normal1 Normal1 January 50.1 37.4 46.3 31.7 6.8 8.0 7.3 Febraury 52.3 34.2 44.9 29.3 4.5 5.6 3.7 March 54.9 34.2 50.6 35.5 5.1 5.1 1.9 April 56.4 38.6 52.7 34.7 3.3 3.3 0.1 May 61.5 40.6 60.4 40.1 4.1 2.0 0.0 June 66.1 47.7 66.8 46.8 3.3 1.5 0.0 July 76.0 49.0 73.9 49.7 0.2 0.7 0.0 August 76.3 50.1 76.7 49.3 0.5 1.1 0.0 Buy a subscription to the local newspaper, The Olympian. This will quickly get you up to speed on what’s happening in your neighborhood. September 68.0 50.2 74.9 47.4 5.8 2.0 0.0 Find new health professionals, including doctors, a dentist and vet. October 60.2 40.6 58.7 41.9 6.2 4.7 0.0 November 48.5 35.3 49.1 31.8 6.2 8.2 1.3 December 46.2 34.2 43.5 30.2 9.4 8.1 3.9 Average Total 60.2 41.0 58.2 39.1 - - - - - - 55.4 50.3 Register to vote, or if you have the latest version of Adobe Reader, download the voter registration card. Check with the post office or your old residence to make sure your mail is being forwarded and that you’ve registered your new address. And make sure you’ve notified everyone. 18.2 Contact insurance companies, including household, auto and health. Find out if you’re currently covered or if you need to create new policies with a new company. This is important to check especially if you’re moving to a new state. th u rston cou nt y sch ool di stri ct P o Pu l ati o n e sti mate & fo r ec a st 2 0 0 0 -2 03 0 Forecast 2000 2010 2011 2015 2020 2025 2030 5,360 7,160 7,170 7,200 7,330 7,690 7,890 North Thurston 76,210 94,310 94,980 104,240 115,010 123,910 131,360 Olympia 54,540 61,820 62,210 69,440 74,970 79,750 83,730 4.050 5,020 5,060 9,040 11,610 13,860 16,110 10,750 13,050 13,090 14,700 16,220 17,830 19,380 8,140 9,450 9,480 12,330 14,500 16,460 17,980 Tumwater 30,820 36,120 36,500 41,100 47,450 52,950 57,790 Yelm 17,090 24,880 25,150 26,730 31,160 34.570 37,560 Griffin Rainier Rochester Tenino S q u a x i n I s l a n d To u r i s m . c o m Little Creek: (360) 427-7711 Shelton Washington Take care of your finances - set up new accounts, have money transferred or order new checks with your new address. Get a library card - one for each member of the family. Once you have a library card, you can consider yourself, home! Estimate Come stay & play at Little Creek Casino Resort and Salish Cliffs Golf Club, the first course in the world certified “salmon safe!” Get a new driver’s license, tags and/or plates for your vehicles. This can all be done online at www.dol.wa.gov or visit their office at Department of Licensing. See page 9. source national weather service, olympia weather station (www.wrce.dri.edu). explanation 1 “normal” is the statistical average of data from june 1st, 1948 to december 31st, 2010. Preliminary Estimate We Are Honored By Your Presence Set up utilities. See page 9 for a full list. source trpc - small area population estimates, population & employment forecast work program, 2004/2005, 2008 update. explanations these data represent total residents in district, not just school age children. data is for thurston county portion of school districts only. griffin adjusted for year 2015 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 670 700 800 900 1,050 Lacey & UGA 74,000 82,900 92,200 99,900 106,700 Olympia & UGA 60.700 67,000 73,000 77,900 82,100 Rainier & UGA 1,950 2,170 2,480 2,680 2,900 Tenino & UGA 1,960 2,480 2,890 3,310 3,590 24,300 27,100 32,500 37,400 42,000 Yelm & UGA 8,400 12,200 16,600 20,000 24,100 Grand Mound UGA 1,150 1,530 1,900 2,340 2,690 Chehalis Reservation2 60 80 110 140 180 Nisqually Reservation2 640 710 790 870 940 173,000 196,000 222,000 244,000 265,000 690 790 900 1,010 1,110 81,000 88,000 96,000 103,000 107,000 255,000 285,000 319,000 348,000 373,000 Bucoda & UGA Tumwater & UGA Total Cities and UGAs1 Total Reservations 2 Rural Unicorportated County 2 Thurston County Total 8 l acey chamb er of commerce th u rsto n co u nt y 2 0 0 0 -2 03 0 p o p u l at i o n f o r c a s t b y j u r i s d i c t i o n source trpc- population and employment forecast work program, 2007 update. explanation numbers may not add due to rounding. 1 uga - urban growth area. unincorporated area designated to be annexed into city limits over 20 years time to accommodate urban growth. 2 data is for thurston county portion of reservation only. 3 rural unincorporated county is the portion of the unincorporated county that lies outside uga and reservation boundaries. 9 • community resource guide cit y of l acey think chamber first! th u rston cou nt y l an d are a by j U r i s d i c ti o n 2 0 1 1 Bucoda Lacey DESIGN Land Area Square Miles Percent 1 Acres Total 380 0.6 City 10,624 16.6 2.3% UGA 10,571 16.5 2.2% Total 21,195 33.1 4.5% City 11,859 18.5 2.5% UGA 4,119 6.4 0.9% Total 15,978 25.0 3.4% City 1,105 1.7 0.2% UGA 319 0.5 0.1% Total 1,424 2.2 0.3% City 924 1.4 0.2% UGA 65 0.1 0.0% Total 989 1.5 0.2% City 9,274 14.5 2.0% UGA 4,954 7.7 1.1% Total 14,228 22.2 3.0% City 3,634 5.7 0.8% UGA 2,396 3.8 0.5% Total 6,030 9.4 1.3 % Chehalis Reservation2 37,799 59.1 8.0% Nisqually Reservation2 1,725 2.7 0.4% Total Cities Total UGAs Total Reservation2 Rural Unincorp. County 37,799 23,407 2,558 407,074 59.1 36.6 4.0 636.1 8.0% 5.0% 0.5% 86.5% Thurston County Total 470,839 735.7 100% Olympia Rainier Tenino Tumwater Yelm P R I N T 0.1% ISN’T IT TIME ISN’T IT TIME FOR THE TIME FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE? OF YOUR LIFE? EXCEED DELIVER HAPPY! Customer: Contact: Project: The Lacey Chamber Lowell Gordon Creative Office Ad: 2012 Resource Guide Size: 2 1/4” x 2 1/4” << 1st Creative Show >> www.southbaypress.com Shea Shea Homes Homes Introduces Introduces Our Our Newest Newest Resort Resort Community. Community. ® ® ® • Office Furniture • Office Products • Janitoral Supplies • Online Ordering Creating Solutions for Your Business! 721 Legion Way SE Olympia, WA 98501 source: trpc (360) 754-1732 explanation: toll free (800) 900-1732 | www.thecreativeoffice.com uga - urban growth area: unincorporated area designated to be annexed into city limits to accommodate future urban growth. 1 land area included lakes and other land-locked water bodies. 2 data is for thurston county portion of reservation only. p o p u l at i o n p r o J e c t i o n s << CHECK FOR ACCURACY >> by j U r i s d i c ti o n cit y o f l ac e y • PHONE NUMBERS • BUSINESS NAME 2010 2020 2030 • NAMES & ADDRESSES • CONTENT • SPECIAL AD DATES Cities & UGAs 169,140 Reservations 675 • SPELLING! 222,000 265,000 900 1,100 << TERMS OF PARTICIPATION & APROVAL >> ©doug Walker photography 10 l acey chamb er of commerce • Rural County 82,575 96,000 107,000 South Bay Press designing the guide cannot be held responsible for content errors or typos. 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Void where prohibited. Models are not an indication of racial preference. © 2012 Shea Homes, Inc. All rights reserved. JUB_SBP_LaceyChamberGuide.indd 1 JUB_SBP_LaceyChamberGuide.indd 1 JUB_SBP_LaceyChamberGuide.indd 1 cit y of l acey 11 6/27/12 10:28 AM 6/27/12 10:28 AM 6/27/12 10:28 AM think chamber first! lacey chamber of commerce Felix Peguero Lacey Chamber of Commerce President 2012-2013 presidents let ter Lacey chamber of commerce 8300 Quinault Dr. NE, Suite A Lacey, WA 98516 firstname.lastname@example.org www.laceychamber.com 360.491.4141 hours: mon - fri 9:00am to 5:00pm The Lacey Chamber hosts the Lacey Visitor Center on behalf of the City of Lacey. The Visitor Center provides maps, brochures, and other information on Washington State, Thurston County and the Lacey, Tumwater and Olympia communities. The staff sends out relocation information to anyone considering moving to the Lacey area and processes various requests from students nationwide interested in information on the area. The Visitor Center is the “hub” for people visiting the area. ©doug Walker Photography Thank you for picking up the Lacey Chamber of Commerce Community Resource Guide. The Lacey Chamber thrives to be your Premier Business Resource and this publication is just one of the many ways we connect community and business. This guide contains a plethora of information about the City of Lacey and our current chamber membership directory. So whether you’re looking for a local park to enjoy an afternoon picnic, a great restaurant to celebrate a special occasion or you’re in need of a local Financial Advisor, I encourage you to “Think Chamber First” and let this Community Resource Guide be your guide. As the 2011-2012 President of the Lacey Chamber of Commerce and local resident, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the City of Lacey. Residents of Lacey are service and community oriented, highly educated people boasting the highest median income of all the cities in Thurston County. pa s t p r e s d e n t s 1978 1961 1979 1962 1963-64 1965 1966 In the summer of 1961, business owners in the community began meeting at the Burger Bar on Pacific 1967 Avenue to join together in creating a new voice for their endeavors and a way to support the local 1968 economy. 50 years later, the Lacey Chamber of Commerce has continued to grow and thrive with 1969 hundreds of member businesses, multiple councils, committees, a scholarship fund for local students, and 1970 networking groups that are growing rapidly. The Lacey Chamber of Commerce has taken an active role in 1971 the community and the “Think Chamber First” culture has helped to keep hundreds of thousands of dollars 1972 in the local economy. In this section you’ll meet the Board of Directors, Staff, find ways to network your business, see a directory of Chamber Members and find many ways that you can “Think Chamber First.” 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 Verlyn Ellis Blume Realty Bill Griswold Griswold Office Supply Ray W. Kidwiler Retired Ross Erwin Blume Realty William Ryan Lacey Fuel Oil Co. Dale Hojem Evergreen Federal Savings & Loan Eugene Dolan Heritage Bank Argal Oberquell City of Lacey Attorney George Weiss Blume Realty Harris Hunter Thurston County Treasurer Floyd Pugh Thurston County Fire, District 3 C. Don Thompson ERA Delta Real Estate Katherine Taylor Snider Insurance Howard Grimm Grimm Collections Ron Rowe Architect Arden Deering Arden’s TV Appliance 12 l acey chamb er of commerce 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 We have a diverse population and many of those serving in our Armed Forces have chosen to make Lacey their home. As a veteran myself, I am so blessed to have been embraced by the City of Lacey and in-turn I have chosen it as the place to raise my children, build my practice and serve my community. Please take the time to explore and enjoy our City and all it has to offer. I would also like to encourage you to join us at our Lacey Chamber Forum on the first Wednesday of every month at the Saint Martins Worthington Center. There you will have the opportunity to network with leaders in the business community as well as stay up-to-date with the happenings in our city. It is an honor to serve you as your Lacey Chamber of Commerce President. Thanks in advance for using this resource guide and remembering to “Think Chamber First!”. Fred Thunberg Panorama City Johnny Lewis Music 6000 Thomas Adams Adams & Schefter Douglas Prull First Community Bank Robert Carino Allied Data William Bergquist Bowen, Haftey & Bergquist CPA Glen Brincken Puget Sound Power & Light Robert Olson 1st South Sound Bank Dawn Bowen Bowen, Hafey & Pennington CPA J. Michael Pastore Pastore & Associates Joseph Gates ERA Delta Real Estate Ward Tappero Providence Home Supply Gary Price Puget Sound Power & Light Kevin Ekar Centennial Bank Lora Johnson Johnson Insurance Blake Lindskog Heritage Bank Brian Fluetsch Sunset Air 1995 1996 1997 1989 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Tom Jones Hawks Prairie Automotive Priscilla Terry Prime Locations Gina Chamberlain GDC Interior Designs Mike Pastore Pastore & Associates Pam Jessen First Community Bank Randy Luke Horizon Mortgage Michael Massoth Vicwood Meridian LLC Stewart Ridgeway S. Stewart Ridgeway CPA Ken Balsley Balsley & Associates Gerry Chevrier Office Depot Cindy Broome The Olympian Harvey Hanson Berschauer Phillips Construction Co. Andrew Barkis Hometown Property Management Renee Sunde Thurston EDC Patrick Davidson Versata Home Loans Jeff Powell Prime Development Group Jerry Farmer 94.5 ROXY fm 13 • community resource guide l acey chamb er of commerce think chamber first! 2 0 1 2 b oa r d o f d i r ec to r s Felix Peguero President Edward Jones Investments 360.438.0341 Lowell Gordon President Elect The Creative Office 360.754.1732 Mike Harris Treasurer Columbia Bank 360.459.3344 Angelique Wilson Vice President Professional Temp Staffing Agency 360.786.8443 Karen Schade Secretary Edward Jones Investments 360.438.0341 Jerry Farmer Past President 94.5 ROXY 360.236.1010 l ac e y c ham b er of commerce 8300 Quinault Dr. NE, Suite A Lacey, WA 98516 email@example.com www.laceychamber.com Tony Salas Executive Director 360.491.4141 firstname.lastname@example.org commit tees & worKshops b bQ commit tee (Meets at various locations, call for dates & times) Committee Chair • Al Eckroth Virgil Adams Real Estate • 360.701.3307 This committee plans the annual South Sound BBQ Fest. This is a community BBQ competition with Backyard Joes and Pro Vendors held in July at the Cabela’s parking lot. Come and bring your ideas to make this a successful event. education cou ncil (Meets at 12:00 the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Brandman University) Stephanie Hemphill Event Coordinator 360.491.4141 email@example.com Arvilla Moore Volunteer Committee Co Chair Courtney Schrieve, NTPS • 360.412.4418 Angela Grant, Club Z In-Home Tutoring • 360.438.9800 Develops events and activities that support all areas of education in the Lacey area including; public schools, private schools, early childhood education, post secondary education and adult learning. The Education Council advises the Board of Directors on issues and opportunities around education. fu ndr aising commit tee (Meets at Chamber office, call for dates & times) Andrew Barkis Board Member Hometown Property Management 360.456.7368 Marny Bright Board Member Business Examiner 360.878.2158 Tom Carroll Board Member Network Communications International 360.701.1532 Al Eckroth Board Member Virgil Adams Real Estate 360.701.3307 Grace Kendall Board Member FASTSIGNS 360.438.3800 Brent Walz Board Member O Bee Credit Union 360.528.5361 Madelin White Board Member Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs & Day Spa 253.912.3257 Mike Thompson Board Member Capitol City Press 360.943.3556 The Chamber has worked hard to bring economic success to the community and to ensure an outstanding quality of life. From taxes to school bonds, from sign ordinances to parades, the Lacey Chamber has taken an active role in community life. new in 2012 B.A.N.G. • 2 Group Meetings (Business & Networking Group) 1 group meets Tues 11:45am - 1:15pm at Copper Creek Coffee Co. 2nd group meets Wed 7:15am - 8:45am at Best Western Suites in Lacey (space is limited) These groups are designed to provide a more concentrated, personalized approach to networking with an emphasis on developing closer relationships among members. The members of B.A.N.G. actively look for opportunities to refer business to other members of the group to expand business within the group. Committee Chair • Tony Salas Lacey Chamber • 360.491.4141 This committee brainstorms on new ways of fundraising for the Lacey Chamber. Once an idea is approved by this committee it is brought to the board and if passed a subcommittee is formed to properly plan the event. golf commit tee (Meets at Chamber office, call for dates & times, starts in Jan) Committee Chair • Angelique Wilson Professional Temp Staffing Agency • 360.786.8443 Committee members help plan and prepare the Chamber Golf Tournament! This committee coordinates all aspects of this fundraising event from budget proposal, advertising and procuring of items. government affairs cou ncil (Meets 11:30am the 2nd Friday of the month at Panorama’s Chambers Restaurant) Committee Chair • Daniela Anderson Hometown Property Management • 360.456.7368 Committee members evaluate and make recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding local interests and assists in endorsements of possible political candidates. Kidwiler schol arship fou ndation (Meets on an as needed basis at Chamber office) Committee Chair • Lowell Gordon The Creative Office • 360.754.1732 This is the Scholarship awarding arm of the Lacey Chamber. The committee helps choose which North Thurston high school seniors receive the annual scholarship from funds collected all year at our various events. military affairs cou ncil (Meets 7:30am the 1st Tuesday of each month at Hawks Prairie Restaurant) Committee Chair • Carlene Joseph Harborstone Credit Union • 253.983.8636 This committee will provide you with ways to support & sponsor events at the bases putting your business in front of potential customers. Learn many ways to get more military into your business. auction commit tee (Meets at Chamber office, call for dates & times) Committee Chair • Madelin White Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs & Day Spa • 253.912.3257 The Auction Committee works in the summer and early fall to plan the Lacey Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and auction. The committee’s responsibilities are to choose a date, location and theme of the event as well as procure auction items and sell tickets to the event. busines s net work opportunities The Lacey Chamber of Commerce knows that marketing your business is key to business success. That’s why we have so many different opportunities for members to get their name and product out there. Check with the Chamber Office at 491-4141 to find out how you can take advantage of these great opportunities. monthly foru m lu ncheon (Meets the first Wednesday of each month from 11:30am - 1:00pm at Saint Martin’s Worthington Center Register at www.laceychamber.com/register-overview Members and their guests gather for quality speaking programs of interest to the business community. We have hosted a number of outstanding speakers this past year including: Scott Spence, Lacey City Manager, who gave his “State of the City” address; the candidates for Lacey City Council and a Tax Roundtable dedicated to business taxes. continue 14 l acey chamb er of commerce 15 • community resource guide l acey chamb er of commerce think chamber first! m ee t yo u r c h a m b er a m b a s s a d o r s ! business network opportunities - continued G r and openinG / 5 : 0 1 su rG e th rive n e Wsle t ter ads The Chamber will help you set up these important events and promote it throughout the Chamber membership. At Grand Openings we arrange for the Lacey City Mayor or his representative to attend. 5:01 Surges introduce people to your location and your products at the same time. The chamber provides press coverage, a photo on the website and invites local dignitaries. We arrange for our Ambassadors – the “meeters and greeters” of the Chamber to assist in any way that they are needed. This will free you to network with your guests. Place an Ad, submit an article or insert a flyer in the Chamber’s monthly newsletter, the Thrive. With a circulation of 400 mailed out and placed on the chamber’s website, this is a great way to get attention for your business. Call the Chamber Office for current advertising rates. foru m lu nch spon sor Get 5 minutes of airtime at the lectern to showcase your business. The use of audio-visual aids is strongly encouraged. You also get a display table, and exclusive opportunity for marketing materials placed on the luncheon tables. A great chance to get in front of a large group. media lu nch spon sor Great opportunity to advertise the Who, What and Where of your business. Receive 3 minutes of airtime at the podium to showcase your business, thank you Media Forum Sponsor advertising 2 times per week for one month on TCTV (channel 22), opportunity for marketing materials on luncheon tables and 1 free admission to the Forum. l acey visitor center The Lacey Chamber hosts the Lacey Visitor Center, providing a huge number of brochures on local businesses, services and entertainment. As a member, your info can be displayed in the Chamber Office. The Chamber office gets thousands of calls and emails every year requesting information on the Lacey area. Hundreds of referrals to members are made every year as well, to people looking for quality business services. The Chamber refers to members first. Just another advantage of membership in the Lacey Chamber. l acey b . a . n .G . (Meetings are held Tuesday at 11:30am at the Copper Creek Coffee Company and Wednesday at 7:15am at the Best Western Plus Lacey Inn & Suites) The Lacey Chamber Ambassadors are vital to our organization and serve as the marketing arm of the Lacey Chamber as well as promoting their own business. We boast over 20 active ambassadors. They meet and greet members at Chamber events and aid in the recruitment of new members. susan cook r ay fois y 36 0. 25 0. 58 30 Fi na lly Cl ea n • no na ar d od Wo ma de lin Wh ite Olympia 2610 Harrison Avenue Olympia, WA 98502 360-754-4601 Lacey 601 Woodland Square Lp Lacey, WA 98503 360-491-2250 Martin Way 4250 Martin Way E Olympia, WA 98516 360-412-0118 Mer le Nor man Cosmet ics Wig s & Day Spa • 360 .491.4911 MLS Fund ing • 360 .570 .20 66 c h a r lot t e d ic k is o n Di xe lan d Ja zz Fe sti 36 0. 94 3. 9123 va l Nor th Thu rsto n Pub lic Scho ols 360 .412 .4418 jeff kop p Edward Jones Investm ents 360.43 8.6637 da n & sh el le y ni ch ol so n D Zine s • 253 .307.49 03 ts Annie’s Uniqu e Ba ske 36 0.4 90 .60 86 ro s s ir W in Ca bin ets by Tri vonna 36 0.539.50 57 jo hn b r ad b u rn tab itha joh n son mi ke ha rr is ba rb ar a st . jo hn Shelton 100 E Wallace Kneeland Blvd Shelton, WA 98584 360--427-1970 The Ranger • 253.58 4.1212 Lega l Shie ld • 360 .25 0.35 48 Harb orstone Cred it Unio n 360 .45 6.78 33 Colu mbia Bank • 360 .459.33 44 not pictured: jeff klingberg, sign-a-rama of olympia 360.915.9207 • Wade hyatt, ricoh office solutions 360.493.2126 buddy stevens, 4th dimension technology inc. 360.357.5169 • joann bell, fisher jones family dentistry 360.943.4644 Wendy mitkowski, the creative office 360.754.1732 & shon brewster, costco Wholesale 360.412.3500 16 l acey chamb er of commerce KDH Boo kke epin 360 .754 .954 5 co rt ny ma rt in a n n ie c a pp ie ll o Mutual of Oma ha • 360 .491.759 3 ATM fee rebates up to $6 per month Sterling Savings Bank 360.491.4340 mi ke Wo lf e This weekly meeting is dedicated solely to networking. These groups bring together the most active networkers in either a breakfast or lunch setting. If you really want to promote your business - this is the place to be. Beyond Checking ke ll i he G st e ad • community resource guide l acey chamb er of commerce 17 think chamber first! chamber fundraisers GoLf tou rnam ent Chamber members and guests tee up the first week in June for the annual Chamber Golf Tournament. The event is an outstanding way to network with other Chamber members and show off driving and putting skills at the Golf Club at Hawks Prairie Woodlands course. Sponsors at each hole enter into their own competition with great decorations, tasty treats and beverages to help the teams perform at the pinnacle of their abilities. An awards banquet follows the tournament where great food and fun are shared, the winners are announced and a special raffle is held to distribute prizes donated by member businesses. Held the first Friday in June at Golf Club at Hawks Prairie Woodlands Course with a 8:00am Shotgun Start. Great golf, great food, a lot of raffle prizes at a premium OKI course. Awards for best “decked out Hole” and Hole-in-One prizes. See the best of the best of the Lacey business community. Sponsorships are available. Contact the lacey chamber for more information. 360.491.4141 s o u t h s o u n d b b Q f e s t i va L Do you love slow-smoked traditional BBQ and great family centered entertainment? Here’s your chance to give your taste-buds the most fun they will have all year! The Lacey Chamber of Commerce welcomes the public on the Saturday following Independence Day to our Annual South Sound BBQ Festival and the mouth-watering world of BBQ! This event brings thousands of people together to enjoy a c h a m b e r pa r t n e r s h i p s party-like atmosphere complete with Food, Music and lots of entertainment. There is no admittance fee and food samples are done with scrip purchased at the site. There are tasty treats from every pro vendor for as little as two scrip dollars. For the amateurs, or Backyard Joe’s as we call them, there is a competition among five different categories of BBQ delights: Beef, Chicken, Pork, Seafood and Other (must be barbeque.) BACK BY PoPuLAR deMAnd! Back for a another year is the ACU Chicken Wing Eating Contest. Teen (12-17 yrs) and Adult (18 +) competitors vie for braggin’ rights and a trophy as well as cash prizes. The competition is only 4 minutes long and the winner is declared by who eats the most chicken wings by weight. an n uaL aucti on The Lacey Chamber of Commerce holds a celebration auction in the every fall to help the Chamber fund its operation. The funds raised are also a significant source of money for the Kidwiler Scholarship Foundation. The auction committee, chaired by Madelin White, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs & Day Spa, works very hard at developing an entertaining evening for members and guests. This year we are making a change to the auction by moving the annual Business Awards presentation to the event. Come enjoy a celebration of the success of our local businesses and bid on some once in a lifetime trips & gifts. Location to be determined Held in the Fall. Strong partnerships equal a vibrant, viable community. Today, the Lacey Chamber enjoys working partnerships with the City of Lacey, Thurston Economic Development Council, Business Resource Center, the Visitor & Convention Bureau and our business members. The Lacey Chamber prides itself on its connection and commitment to Lacey. t h u r sto n count y economic d e v eLo p m en t co u n c i L More than 29 years ago, community leaders joined around a single collaborative vision - to diversify our economy. The Economic Development Council (EDC) that sprang from this union still operates by the same basic tenants and values: to be the voice of business in creating and sustaining a healthy community; to be strong and bold, not weak and reckless; and to be a vital part of the economy that benefits from the EDC’s efforts. The economic development team specializes in identifying opportunity and applying effort that results in creating a vibrant and vital economy. They connect local businesses with experts and resources that help them remain competitive. They create and deliver strategic messages that attract new investment to our community. They work with community partners to enhance our collective prosperity and encourage our economic future. They participate regionally to ensure that Thurston County plays an appropriate role on the regional economic stage. The economic development team specializes in identifying opportunity and applying effort that results in creating a vibrant and vital economy. They do this by: kidwiler schol arship The scholarship is named in honor of Ray Kidwiler, who was a founding member of the Lacey Chamber of Commerce and served two (2) years as President in 1963 & 1964. Ray was a great believer in education for young people and felt that any student deserving further education upon graduating from high school should be able to obtain it. After his death, Mrs. Ray Kidwiler established, through the Lacey Chamber of Commerce, the Ray Kidwiler Scholarship fund in 1972 in memory of her husband. Monies are raised at our monthly forums and annual fall acution by having raffles. A special thank you to our generious business members that contribute auction items and donate items on a monthly basis at our forum meetings. Your contributions help benefit the Kidwiler Scholarship program. • Creating and delivering strategic messages that attract new investment to our community • Working with our community partners to enhance our collective prosperity and encourage our economic future • Participating regionally to ensure that Thurston County plays an appropriate role on the regional economic stage b usines s resou rce center The Business Resource Center (BRC) exists to support small business with services and resources that may just speed you to your first success – or your next success. No matter what you and your business need, if you use the center’s resources you’ll expedite your business learning, planning and likely will grow your business sooner and faster, and more successfully. For a start, you may want to take advantage of the BRC’s experience-proven advice to help you with turning your business idea into a reality, or expanding your existing business If you want more than advice, you’ll find the BRC offers everything from business literature and forms, to counseling, training and workshops, as well as business models, and leads for financial assistance. It even has a special program on contracting with local, state, and federal governments. By using the proven resources you’ll have an advantage in implementing your business pursuits. smaLL b usines s deveLopment center Washington leads the nation in the rates of new business creation and business failures. It’s been shown that professional guidance makes a critical difference in a new business’s ability to prosper and grow. Washington Small Business Development Centers promote economic vitality by providing advice, training and research to entrepreneurs and existing businesses statewide. Whether you are well established or just starting out, the SBDC can make a difference for your business. the kidwiler scholarship Founation is administered by the lacey chamber of commerce for students planning to enter the private or free enterprise system (meaning, one in which private business owners operate competitively with minimal government interference) upon completing their post-secondary studies. (this is not a scholastic scholarship.) The Washington SBDC promotes economic vitality within Washington communities by providing expert business advising, demand-driven training, and applied research to existing businesses and entrepreneurs. madelin White from merle norman cosmetics Wigs & day spa and mike Wolfe with mutual of omaha take-in raffle items & sell raffle tickets at the monthly forum luncheon meetings. 18 L acey chamb er of commerce • Connecting local businesses with experts and resources that help them remain competitive The SBDC is a cooperative effort of Washington State University, other educational institutions, economic development organizations and the US Small Business. continue 19 • community resource guide L acey chamb er of commerce think chamber first! smaLL business deVeLoPment center - continued places. Their team works to gather the best discounts, rebates, financing and tax If you want more than advice, you’ll find the BRC offers everything from incentives to drive those improvement costs business literature and forms, to counseling, training and workshops, as well down, and increase your rate of return on as business models, and leads for financial assistance. It even has a special investment. They also have a Vendor Network program on contracting with local, state, and federal governments. By using of qualified local suppliers and contractors for Customer: The Lacey Chamber Contact: the proven resources you’ll have an advantage in implementing your energy improvements. 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To find an Edward Jones office near you, visit www.edwardjones.com. www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC • BUSINESS NAME • PHONE NUMBERS Olympia Lacey Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau Capital Campus: 103 Sid Snyder • Olympia, WA 98501 360.704.7544 Email: email@example.com www.visitolympia.com l acey loves to re ad Held in February, this month long event brings an award winning author to Lacey to promote community literacy. Readings are held throughout the month with a special “Meet the Author Celebration” at the Lacey Community Center. Chamber businesses have the opportunity to sponsor baskets that are raffled off free at the event. mcchord air rodeo A community festival and car show, business members can help create a destination event for Lacey and get some exposure for their business by sponsoring a prize. This one brings a lot of people to the community. The Chamber takes the Visitor Center on the road to make sure all the visitors get info about the outstanding features of the Lacey Community. The Lacey Chamber, with the help of business members hosts a kick off BBQ in July for this biennial competition which draws more than 100 teams from the U.S. Air Force and foreign military. m em b ers by c at e g o r y The Lacey Chamber provides discounted advertising rates and opportunities for members to promote their business through networking at after hour events, grand openings and through various committees & workshops. spar k le vel i g n ite Le V e L B o o m ! le v e l $750 $1,500 $3 ,000 1800 4th Avenue E Olympia, WA 98506 (360) 786-9657 www.gciad.com tHurston tAlk 724 Columbia Street NW Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 482-1671 www.thurstontalk.com williAms grouP mArketing & Design 3643 Pacific Avenue Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 352-3031 www.wmsgroup.com an sweri ng s ervice tHe CAll Center accou ntants Bliss & skeen, CPA’s 2407 Pacific Avenue, Suite C Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 754-5848 www.blisscpa.com JAmes D. 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Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 493-2223 www.cca-olympia.org sChool s Pu b liC noRth thuRston puBliC sChools 305 College Street NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 412-4418 www.ntsd.wednet.edu s eCu rit y system s CustoM seCuRity 4500 3rd Avenue SE, Suite 2 Lacey, WA 98503 (360) 491-6320 www.customsecuritywa.com devCon seCuRity 1508 O Street SW, Suite 101 Auburn, WA 98001 (253) 202-9085 www.devconsecurity.com s en ior s erviCes senioR seRviCes FoR south sound 222 N Columbia NW Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 586-6181 www.southsoundseniors.org s hoPPi ng Centers the sheRwood GRoup 13710 461st Place SE North Bend, WA 98045 (206) 818-9336 sig nag e FastsiGns 4127 Pacific Ave SE Lacey, WA 98503 (360) 438-3800 www.fastsigns.com/322 siGn-a-RaMa oF olyMpia 2633 Willamette Drive NE, Suite H Lacey, WA, 98516 (360) 915-9207 www.signarama-olympia.com siGns By toMoRRow 4500 Pacific Ave SE, Suite D Lacey, WA 98503 (360) 534-9700 www.sbtolympia.com s ki lled n u rsi ng faCi lit y ManoRCaRe health seRviCes laCey 4524 Intelco Loop Lacey, WA 98503 (253) 906-3399 www.manorcare.com soCial s erviCes toGetheR! 418 Carpenter Road, Suite 203 Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 493-2230 www.thurstontogether.org native new yoRkeR 4441 Pacific Ave SE Lacey, WA 98503 (360) 915-6958 www.nativenewyorker.com s Ports & r eCr eation nw kiCks, llC 2915 Marvin Road NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 481-4055 www.nwkicks.net o’BlaRney’s 4411 Martin Way E Olympia, WA 98516 (360) 459-8084 www.oblarneyspub.com steel fab riCation olyMpiC iRon woRks 3105 Marvin Road NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 491-2500 www.olympicironworks.com paneRa BRead 1320 Marvin Road NE, Suite E Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 456-4069 www.panerabread.com stor ag e GaRGaGe plus stoRaGe Quizno’s 21607 Mountain Hwy E Spanaway, WA 98387 (253) 875-9850 www.ownamancave.com 1401 Marvin Road NE, Suite 306 Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 459-7827 www.quiznos.com teCh nology Con su lti ng netwoRk CoMMuniCations inteRnational 700 Sleater Kinney Road SE Lacey, WA 98503 (360) 701-1532 www.nciwa.com teleCom m u n 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NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 878-3015 www.aflac.com united wholesale supply, inC. ReaChone tRavel taRGet iMpoRt CenteR washinGton 3500 Marvin Road Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 486-7000 www.sites.target.com 28 l acey chamb er of commerce • community resource guide inteRCity tRansit 526 Pattison SE Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 786-8585 www.intercitytransit.com tr avel ag ent su PPli er of Cab i n ets & aPPlianCes PO Box 3206 Lacey, WA 98509 (360) 491-2641 www.globalexpresscruiseandtravel.com 8160 Freedom Lane, Suite A Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 292-1190 www.unitedwholesale.com 4500 3rd Avenue SE, Suite 2 Lacey, WA 98509 (360) 455-0175 www.reachonetravel.com m e m b e r s l i s t b y c at e g o r y 7221 Martin Way E Olympia, WA 98516 (360) 915-6871 www.kumon.com/lacey uti lit y Com Pan i es gas & eleCtriC puGet sound eneRGy 2711 Pacific Avenue SE Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 786-5987 www.pse.com th ri ft stor e soCial s erviCes Round taBle pizza aFlaC insuRanCe, teRRa utteR kuMon Math & ReadinG CenteR oF laCey 4620 Whitman Ln SE Lacey, WA 98513 (360) 438-9623 www.mountainviewvet.com 2590 Willamette Drive NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 489-2383 www.aflac.com 1401 Marvin Road NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 438-8844 www.roundtablepizza.com 7825 Hargis Street NW Olympia, WA 98502 (360) 438-9800 www.clubztutoring.com veteri nary Cli n iC 440 Yauger Way SE, Suite C Olympia, WA 98502 (360) 956-3100 www.tctv.net su PPlem ental i n su r anCe aFlaC insuRanCe, andRew JaCkMan CluB z! in-hoMe tutoRinG seRviCes thuRston CoMMunity television RaM RestauRant and BReweRy 8100 Freedom Ln, Suite C Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 923-5900 www.theram.com tutori ng Mountain view veteRinaRy hospital vi deo ProduCtion paRdiMan pRoduCtions 809 Legion Way SE, Suite 311 Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 259-6672 www.pardimanproductions.com web desig n F9 netwoRks, inC. 2590 Willamette Drive NE, Suite 201 Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 951-9948 www.F9Networks.com web di r eCtory s erviCe & loCal adverti si ng site RelyloCal olyMpia Olympia, WA 98513 (360) 556-9696 www.relylocal.com thuRston talk 724 Columbia Street NW Olympia, WA 98501 (360) 482-1671 www.thurstontalk.com wholesale CostCo wholesale laCey 1470 Marvin Road NE Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 412-3500 www.costco.com wi n ery dom estiC Madsen FaMily CellaRs 2825 Marvin Road NE, Suite D Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 438-1286 www.madsenfamilycellars.com MediCine CReek wineRy 947 Old Pacific Hwy SE Olympia, WA 98513 (360) 701-6284 www.medicinecreekwines.com stottle wineRy 2641 Willamette Drive NE, Suite C Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 515-0356 www.stottlewinery.com 29 think chamber first! around the town l acey busines s district & b ell towne center The central business district of Lacey reaches from Lilly Road to Carpenter Road and from College Street to Pacific Avenue. The retail heart is the two shopping centers that face each other across Sleater Kinney Road: South Sound Center and Market Square. South Sound Center encompasses about 600,000 square feet and includes Target, Kohls, and Sears. The perimeter stores include the Guardsman, G.L. Kluh Jewelers and Marshalls along with Applebee’s Restaurant. Market Square is anchored by Fred Meyer with adjacent shopping at Office Depot and dining in Bell Towne Center at Safura’s Mediterranean Restaurant. Hotels in the area include Super 8, Holiday Inn, Comfort Inn and La Quinta. Further north on Lacey Boulevard visit Joy Ride Bikes the only bicycle shop in Lacey. The proximity of South Sound Center and Market Square to Interstate 5 offers excellent visibility to regional and local travelers and shoppers. h aw k s P r a i r i e d i s t r i c t Our community is situated in the center of a natural paradise. Five freshwater lakes, miles of hiking and biking paths, several championship golf courses, more that 1,100 acres of public parkland and its all in the shadow of iconic Mt. Rainier and adjoins the 3,700 acre Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. In addition to the clean air, crisp waters and lush greenery the town boasts a healthy economy. Business enterprises from around the world have taken notice of Lacey’s high quality of life and economic development has flourished. Six times in the last eight years, quarterly employment growth within the city and adjacent metro area has ranked The Hawks Prairie District is centered on the intersection of Marvin and Martin Way. It includes the Gateway Project which is anchored by Cabela’s World’s Foremost Outfitter and across the way is Shipwreck Beads.Further south is Wal-Mart, Northwest Harley Davidson and Costco. Restaurants in the area include The Ram Restaurant & Brewery, Roundtable Pizza and Panera Bread. King Oscar Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Hawks Prairie right off of I-5 at exit 111 along with the newest hotel in Lacey, the Best Western Plus. Two miles south down Marvin Road is the Regional Athletic Complex, a beautiful 100-acre facility. y e l m h i g h way a r e a Crossroads centered around College Street and Yelm Highway is anchored by Lowe’s Home Improvement. This area is home to many grocery stores, shops and restaurants including Farrelli’s Pizza & Pool and Cutter’s Point Coffee on the corner of Yelm Highway and Ruddell Road.The Jacob Smith House, built in 1859, is the oldest residence in Lacey and one of the oldest in Thurston County. It is available for rent through Lacey Parks. r eg i o n a l pa r k s l ac e y fac t s Population 42,393 Square Miles 17 Median Age 37 Inner-City Colleges & Universities 3 Median Household Income $58,362 Average Home Price $280,692 City Parks 29 Golf Courses 4 Community Events & Festivals 21 Average High Summer Temperature 77º Average High Winter Temperature 47º Distance to State Capitol Building 3 miles Distance to Mt. Rainier National Park 45 miles Distance to Olympic National Park 60 miles Distance to Seattle 50 miles Mount Rainier National Park • 1.5 hrs from Lacey via State Route 510 • www.nps.gov Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument • 2 hrs from Lacey via I-5 & State Route 504 • www.fs.fed.us within the top 15 percent of the 325 largest U.S. metropolitan counties. As Northwest Trek Wildlife Park • Located in Eatonville • www.nwtrek.org you flip through this section you will find a map of the area, places to visit, Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge • Along Lacey’s eastern border • www.nisqually.fws.gov a guide to the area parks and trails and a calendar of community events. The Nisqually Reach Nature Center • At Lacey’s northeast border • www.nisquallyestuary.org Olympic National Park • Less than 2 hrs via Highway • 101 www.nps.gov lacey now has an official dog park. the hawks Prairie dog Park has a separate small dog area, fire hydrants, walking trails and drinking water. it opened in october 2010 and is located at 2420 hogum bay road ne. Wolf Haven International • 12 miles south of Lacey via Old Highway 99 • www.wolfhaven.org Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation • Northeast of Lacey • www.dnr.wa.gov 30 l acey chamb er of commerce Tolmie State Park • At Lacey’s northern border • www.parks.wa.gov • community resource guide arou nd the town 31 think chamber first! P l ac e s to Vi s it r e so rts / fam i ly fu n th e arts Harlequin Productions www.harlequinproductions.org WasHington center for tHe Performing arts www.washingtoncenter.org 360.753.8586 b oat l au n ch e s cHambers laKe Located at 3725 14th Avenue SE *at the Chehalis-Western trailhead HicKs laKe Located at 2800 Hicks Lake Road *adjacent to Wanschers Community Park Located at 2900 Boat Launch Street SE Pattison laKe cHarlie’s safari family 360.292.1600 fun center www.charliessafari.com 360.786.0151 Koval center for tHe Performing arts www.nthurston.k12.wa.us 360.412.4400 long laKe cabela’s World’s foremost outfitter www.cabelas.com Located at 5700 Henslin Drive SE Puget sound Located at 4949 D’Milluhr Drive NE (via Meridian Road NE) go lf co u rs e s caPitol city golf club 360.491.5111 eagles Pride golf course 253.967.6522 tHe golf club at HaWKs Prairie 800.558.3348 indian summer golf & country club 360.923.1075 salisH cliffs golf course 800.667.7711 m u s eu m s fort leWis museum 253.967.4523 lacey Historical museum www.museumsusa.org 360.438.0209 mccHord air museum 253.982.2485 olymPic fligHt museum www.olympicflightmuseum.com 360.705.3925 WasHington state caPitol museum 360.753.2580 www.wshs.org proud lacey chamber members 360.252.3500 great Wolf lodge www.greatwolf.com 866.798.9653 regal cinemas 16 & imaX www.regmovies.com 360.455.0182 rutledge corn maze 360.357.3700 sHiPWrecK beads www.shipwreckbeads.com sKyline drive-in 800.950.4232 360.426.4707 s Pecial eVents faci liti e s Jacob smitH House www.ci.lacey.wa.us 360.491.0857 lacey community center www.ci.lacey.wa.us 360.491.0857 saint martin’s university www.stmartin.edu 360.438.4488 tHurston county fairgrounds www.co.thurston.wa.us 360.786.5453 swi m m i n g P o o l s nortH tHurston HigH scHool 360.412.4800 river ridge HigH scHool 360.412.4860 timberline HigH scHool 360.412.4820 wineries In the Hawks Prairie area, Madsen Family Cellars and Stottle Winery have opened their doors. 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Cosmetics Wigs Ear Piercing Facials Waxing Miche Bags Made in America 801 Sleater Kinney Rd SE Suite 4 • Lacey • 360.491.4911 www.wmerlenorman.com Privately Owned • Madelin White • 38 years! 32 l acey chamb er of commerce Nails Pedicures Hair Styling 33 • community resource guide arou nd the town think chamber first! walking & bicycle trailS tenniS courtS park bencheS drinking water play equipment paved trail reSt roomS Swimming natural Surface trail 46TH AVE N E parking 56TH AVE NE Golf Club at Hawks Prairie Proposed Meridian Campus North Park 26TH AVE NE Friendly Grove Park 5475 45th ave se • 46 aCres BIGELOW LAKE CARPENTER RD NE N 3 1ST AVE O ITT BR RD 15TH AVE NE SLOUGH N PKWY NE MCALLISTER CREEK AY E TIN W MAR 1301 Carpenter rd • 8 aCres 7TH AVE SE Wi lliam a . b u s h parallels paCIfIC ave WIGGINS RD SE l acey Wo o d l an d tr ai l LBA Park HEWITT LAKE lake lois park & habitat preserve 4400 Chardonnay dr se • 8.5 aCres William A Bush Park SE SE KINWOOD ST SE 510 S Long Lake Natural Area MULLEN RD SE LAKE SAINT CLAIRE PA T LA TIS KE ON YEL WY Park City of Lacey Lacey UGA Lakes and Ponds Puget Sound SE Horizon Pointe Park Boat Launch Stream 1 IN RA Chehalis Western R Trail RD SE South IE 6729 paCIfIC ave se • 72 aCres 0.5 il Tra 2790 Carpenter rd • 10 aCres Mullen Road Habitat ern Woo d l an d cr eek co m m u n it y par k MA RV IN R D Thurston County Fairgrounds MH est sW E DS lo n g l ake D MCALLISTER SPRINGS Y OLD PACIFIC HW Lakepointe Park Capitol City Golf Club li eha HR 5304 32nd ave se • 40 aCres 0 Proposed McAllister Creek Park Thornbury Park YELM HWY SE Ch RIC DESCHUTES RIVER SE Long Lake Park Rainier Vista SOUTHWICK Park LAKE Southwick Lake Natural Area Indian Summer Golf Course Wo n d erWoo d 6400 Compton Blvd se • 8 aCres Wanschers Park MI LL S RD Avonlea Park Jacob Smith House traIlhead on WIllIamette dr ER VA TI O NR 37TH AVE SE SMITH LAKE Wi lliam ive s RE S NG LO KE LA 2606 hICKs laKe rd se • 16 aCres Chambers Lake Open Space Regional Athletic Complex E 4251 3rd ave se • 3 aCres Chambers Lake Chehalis Natural Area Western Wonderwood Trail Park MORSE MERRYMAN RD SE E SE Wan sch ers co m m u n it y BOULEVARD RD SE i - 5 par k RD S I 5500 thornBury dr se • 9 aCres CHAMBERS LAKE SE 4251 3rd ave D LR EL Margaret McKenny Park 14TH AVE SE WDFW Boat Launch M OO AC EIL ST N 18TH AVE SE Lake Lois Habitat Preserve Lake Lois LAKE Lacey LOIS Park GOOSE Museum Lacey Woodland Trail LAKE Woodland Creek Park GOOSE Lacey Woodl LAC and Trail EY BLVD SE Woodland Trail POND U Homann Park ON DD RU th o r n b u ry Huntamer Park Plaza Park South CARPENTER RD SE 618 Woodland square lp se • 1 aCre Trail Chehalis Western Trail DMILLER LAKE dland HICKS LAKE a Woo I-5 Bicycle Trail I-5 Park COLLEGE ST SE AVE SE I-5 Bicycle Trail Olympi SLEATER KINNEY RD SE I-5 Trail FONES RD SE i - 5 tr ai l PAC I FIC HOFFMAN RD SE 5700 Balustrade Blvd se • 9.5 aCres 4TH AVE E LILLY RD SE 8345 steIlaCoom rd se • 67 aCres th o ma s W. h u ntam er par k NISQUALLY RIVER E NE 12TH AVE NE h o r izo n p o i nte par k Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge RD r eg i o nal ath leti c co m ple x (r ac) Meridian Neighborhood Park MERIDIA N h o man n William Ives Trail NE Proposed Pleasant Glade Park AM 521 sleater KInney rd 26TH AVE NE RD DR AH r ai n i er vi sta co m m u n it y Chehalis Western Trail civi c pl a z a SLEATER KINNEY RD NE AY RD 8855 Campus glen dr ne • 24 aCres HAWKS P RAI RIE Chehalis Western Trail North E N SO UT HB 1313 College st se • 1 aCre 2 3 Miles Interstate 5 US/State Routes Major Roads Trails for Shelter reServationS april 1 St - oct 3 1 St call 3 6 0 . 49 1 . 0 8 57 34 l acey chamb er of commerce 46TH AVE NE The Links MERIDIAN RD NE Woodland Creek Wetlands 36TH AVE NE LILLY RD NE m er i d ian n ei g h b o r h oo d par k l akep o i nte PUGET SOUND WILLAMETTE DR NE b ro o ks E S 4112 InglesIde loop se • 5.4 aCres 6020 7th ave se • 35.5 aCres W HILTON RD NE picnic ShelterS 56TH AVE NE N HILL ST NE baSketball courtS Tolmie State Park WDNR Woodard Bay NRCA PU GE TR D NE Skateboard park JOH NSON POINT RD NE picnic tableS MARVIN RD NE avo n le a athletic fieldS SHINCKE RD NE Lacey's parks and open space system, with 29 locations encompassing 1,100 acres, is the largest municipal park network in Thurston County. In coming decades, the system is expected to expand to 44 locations totaling 1,300 acres. key LIBBY RD NE l acey par ks & tr ai l s 35 • community resource guide arou nd the town think chamber first! c a l e n da r o f e v e n t s 201 2-2013 su m mer at h u ntam er Park in Wo od l an d sq uare looP • free events! children’S entertAinment SerieS Tuesdays at 6:30pm June 25th through August 6th outdoor cinemA SerieS At duSk Saturdays at dusk July 14th through August 11th noon tuneS, concertS in the PArk Wednesdays at Noon June 28th through August 7th lAcey community mArket Select Saturdays in July, August & Sept 10:00am - 4:00pm thurSton county fleA mArket Third weekend of the month throughout the Year (except July through Sept) Thurston County Fairgrounds www.co.thurston.wa.us/fair muSic in the PArk Sylvester Park in downtown Olympia Wednesdays in July & August 7:00 - 8:00pm www.downtownolympia.com/events/ musicinthepark j u ly 6th AnnuAl cAPitol foreSt clASSic Sat, Aug 11th & Sun, Aug 12th Fall Creek Day Use Area: Capitol Forest www.capitolforestclassic.com WA StAte Senior GAmeS Thurs, Jul 26th through Sun, Jul 29th Thurston County / Lacey Locations www.pugetsoundgames.com SAnd in the city Fri, Aug 24th through Sun, Aug 26th Hands on Children’s Museum www.hocm.org PAcific northWeSt muShroom feStivAl Sat, Jul 28th & Sun, Jul 29th Regional Athletic Complex www.pnwmushroomfest.com GArlic feStivAl & crAft ShoW Fri, Aug 24th through Sun, Aug 26th Southwest Washington Fairgrounds www.chehalisgarlicfest.com PAddle to SquAxin iSlAnd 24th Annual Canoe Journey Sun, Jul 29th through Sat, Aug 5th www.paddletosquaxin2012.org olymPiA hArbor dAyS Fri, Aug 31st through Sun, Sept 2nd Percival Landing & Port Plaza www.harbordays.com au g u st thurSton county fAir Wed, Aug 1st through Sun, Aug 5th Thurston County Fairgrounds www.co.thurston.wa.us september 10th AnnuAl blueGrASS in tumWAter Fri, Sept 7th through Sun, Sept 9th American Heritage Pavilion www.americanheritagecampground.com SouthWeSt WAShinGton fAir Tues, Aug 14th through Sun, Aug 19th Southwest Washington Fairgrounds www.southwestwashingtonfair.net militAry fAmily SuPPort dAy Sat, Sept 8th Cabela’s www.militaryfamilymarch.com AutiSm AWAreneSS WAlk & feStivAl Saturday, August 11th Capitol Lake and Water Street Summer’S end At lAcey cAr ShoW Sat, Sept 15th Huntamer Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com 36 l acey chamb er of commerce • community resource guide ©doug Walker photography biG home & GArden ShoW Sat, Sept 15th & Sun, Sept 16th Saint Martin’s University octob er oyeSterfeSt Fri, Oct 5th & Sat, Oct 6th Shelton www.oyesterfest.org fAll ArtS WAlk Sat, Oct 6th The Olympia Center children’S dAy Sat, Oct 13th Huntamer Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com rAmPAGe At the rAc Sat, Oct 13th Regional Athletic Complex www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com emerGency PrePAredneSS fAir Sat, Oct 13th Saint Martin’s University www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com n ov e m b e r turn bAck the clock fun run Sun, Nov 4th Rainier Vista Community Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com turkey trot 4 mile run Thur, Nov 22nd Olympia Farmers Market www.active.com lAcey holidAy bAzAAr Fri, Nov 23rd & Sat, Nov 24th Thurston County Fairgrounds www.co.thurston.wa.us doWntoWn for the holidAyS Sun, Nov 25th Downtown Olympia www.downtownolympia.com/ about/downtownfortheholidays december doWntoWn for the holidAyS Sat, Dec 1st, 8th & 15th Downtown Olympia www.downtownolympia.com/ about/downtonfortheholidays olymPiA toy run Sat, Dec 1st www.capdevco.com liGhtinG of the chriStmAS treeS Thur, Dec 6th Huntamer Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com lAcey loveS to reAd Date TBA Lacey Community Center www.nthurston.k12.wa.us march 2013 ethnic celebrAtion Sat, Mar 9th Saint Martin’s University www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com cAPitAl food & Wine feStivAl Sat, Mar 30th Saint Martin’s University www.capitalfoodandwinefestival.com april 2013 june 2013 chAmber Golf tournAment Fri, June 7th Tee off at 8:00am www.laceychamber.com j u ly 2 0 1 3 AmericA’S feStivAl of dixielAnd JAzz Sat, Jul 27th through Tue, Jul 30th Saint Martin’s University www.olyjazz.com South Sound bbq feStivAl Sat, Jul 6th www.southsoundbbqfestival.com Adult flAShliGht eGG ScrAmble Fri, Apr 5th Regional Athletic Complex www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com cAPitAl lAkefAir & PArAde Wed, Jul 17th through Sun, Jul 21st Downtown Olympia www.lakefair.org SiGninG SAntA Fri, Dec 7th Komachin Middle School www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com Arbor dAy SeedlinG GiveAWAy Sat, Apr 13th Huntamer Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com breAkfASt With SAntA Sat, Dec 15th Lacey Community Center www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com lAcey fAmily fiSh in Sat, Apr 13th Woodland Creek Community Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com lAkefAir Summer SideWAlk SAle Wed, Jul 17th through Sun, Jul 21st Downtown Olympia www.downtownolympia.com/ lakefair-summer-sidewalk-sale jan uary 2 0 1 3 PolAr beAr PlunGe Tues, Jan 1st Long Lake Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com Feb r uary 2 0 1 3 dAddy & dAuGhter PrinceSS bAll & dAnce Date TBA Lacey Community Center calendar of events m ay 2 0 1 3 For information: lacey Parks and recreation, 360.491-0857 lAcey AlternAtive enerGy fAir Sat, May 4th Huntamer Park www.ci.lacey.wa.us.com lAcey SPrinG fun fAir Sat, May 18th & Sun, May 19th Saint Martin’s University www.laceyspringfunfair.com 37 think chamber first! ed u c a t i o n n o rt h t h u r Sto n P u b li c S c h o o l S ou r Stu dent- centered miS Sion iS SimPle and intentional : to Provide every Stu dent the academic & life Skill S neceS Sary to Succeed in a diverSe world. Under the leadership of Superintendent Raj Manhas, North Thurston is the largest and most diverse district in Thurston County, with 21 schools and more than 1,700 staff dedicated to providing the academic and social/emotional needs of nearly 13,8000 students. They have one of the highest percentages of National Board Certified Teachers, and many staff and students have received regional, state and nation- all recognition in a variety of areas - from music and athletics, to Career and Technical Education and World Languages. The district also has numerous business partnerships and more than 1,200 dedicated community volunteers who help students achieve success. ©doug Walker Photography The City of Lacey is a proud educational hub housing 13 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 4 high schools, multiple private schools as well as many sources of higher education. North Thurston Public Schools is the largest school district in Thurston County as well as the 23rd largest district in Washington Student learning is central to the district’s success, with a continued focus on teacher collaboration, professional development, and student engagement. For the past decade, NTPS students have continued to meet and exceed state averages in nearly all areas. Students are also taking a wide variety of Advanced Placement classes, and graduates were offered more than $7 million in college scholarships last State. More than 13,000 students are served in the North Thurston Public Schools and the students and year. With levy support from voters, our schools are able to continue offering enhanced educational programming, including Gifted, Special Education, Visual and Performing Arts, English as a Second Language and alternative education. NTPS expects continued growth over the next two decades. By 2025, our student population is expected to reach 20,000. NTPS remains one of Washington’s most innovative and visionary school districts with continued dedication to student learning and success. For more information visit www.nthurston.k12.wa.us. n o rt h t h u r s to n P u b li c s c h o o l s d i s t r i c t o f fi c e Superintendent: Raj Manhas Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 305 College Street NE Lacey, WA 98516 360.412.4400 Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm staff have achieved accolades such as journalism and student magazine awards, National Board Certified Teacher-Librarian of the Year, Newsweek’s annual list of “America’s Top 1500 High Schools” and National and Presidential service awards for community contributions. Our schools also partner with Joint Base Lewis McChord utilizing the “Adopt a Unit Program” and support the local food banks to help feed 40,000 people in our community. Students in Lacey have a vast amount of access to higher education with the proximity to The Evergreen State College, Chapman University, South Puget Sound Community College and nearly 2,000 students are educated at Saint Martin’s University right here in Lacey. ©doug Walker Photography north thurston Public Schools’ “commitment to excellence” has been going strong for more than 50 years in the lacey area. 38 l acey chamb er of commerce 39 • community resource guide e d u c at i o n think chamber first! n o rt h t h u r sto n p u b li c s c h o o l s universities elementary scho ol s & principal s chapman u niversit y c h a m b e r s p r a i r i e • s ta n ko e p Chapman University is a 144 year old independent liberal arts college dedicated to providing adult students personalized education of distinction that leads to inquiring, ethical, and productive lives as global citizens. For more than 40 years Chapman University College campuses have served adult learners as they integrate higher education into their already busy lives. Our programs are ranked 11th in the West and 66th overall by USA Reports and the Princeton Review. OLymPiA C AmPuS 2011 mottman Road SW • Olympia, WA 98512 360.754.7711 1445 Galaxy Drive NE, Suite 201 • Lacey, WA 98516 360.493.8375 • www.brandman.edu www.spscc.ctc.edu 6501 Virginia Street SE • Lacey, WA 98513 • 360.412.4720 e v e r g r e e n fo r e s t • k a r e n J o h n s o n 3025 Marvin Road SE • Olympia, WA 98503 • 360.412.4670 h o r i zo n s e le m e n ta ry • t i m f r i e s 4601 67th Avenue SE • Olympia, WA 98513 • 360.412.4710 l ac e y • g a ry c u lb e rt s o n 1800 Homann Drive • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4650 l a k e s • m i k e m c d o n a ld 6211 Mullen Road SE • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4600 ly d i a h aw k • c h a r ly h a r r i n gto n 7600 5th Street S • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4610 m e a d ows • a lli s o n s h a pa r d 836 Deerbrush Drive SE • Olympia, WA 98513 • 360.412.4690 m o u n ta i n v i e w • r a n dy w e e ks 1900 College Street SE • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4630 o ly m p i c v i e w • b o b r i c h a r d s 1330 Horne Avenue NE • Olympia, WA 98516 • 360.412.4660 p le a sa n t g l a d e • b r u c e wa lto n 1920 Abernethy Road NE • Olympia, WA 98516 • 360.412.4660 s e v e n oa ks • r o n s i s s o n 1800 Seven Oaks Road SE • Olympia, WA 98503 • 360.412.4700 s o u t h bay • k at h i w e i g h t 3845 Sleater Kinney Road NE • Lacey, WA 98506 • 360.412.4640 wo o d l a n d • dav i d wa r n i n g 4630 Carpenter Road SE • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4680 middle scho ol s & principal s a s p i r e • m o n i c a sw e e t 5900 54th Avenue SE • Lacey, WA 98513 • 360.412.4730 chinook • kirsten rae 4301 6th Avenue NE • Lacey, WA 98506 • 360.412.4760 ko m ac h i n • J oyc e ot t 3650 College Street SE • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4760 n i s q ua lly • k a r e n ow e n 8100 Steilacoom Road • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4770 hig h scho ol s & principal s n o rt h t h u r s to n • s t e v e r o o d 600 Sleater Kinney Road NE • Olympia, WA 98506 • 360.412.4800 r i v e r r i d g e • k a r e n r e m y- a n d e r s o n 350 River Ridge Drive SE • Lacey, WA 98516 • 360.412.4820 s o u t h s o u n d • r i c h y e le n i c h 411 College Street NE • Lacey, WA 98516 • 360. 412.4880 t i m b e r li n e • dav e le h n i s 6120 Mullen Road SE • Lacey, WA 98503 • 360.412.4860 fa st tac ts ab o ut ntps Founded in 1953, North thurston is the largest and most diverse district in thurston County. NtPS is the only South Sound school district that offers a self-contained elementary talented & Gifted program (Lakes) and middle school Challenge Academy (Aspire). Career & technical Education students have won numerous state and national awards. they may also take classes at New market Skills Center in tumwater or earn college credits through South Puget Sound Community College. NtPS offers art and music instruction in grades 1-12. Aspire, is the only performing arts middle school in the South Sound area. Last year more than 3,000 secondary students participated in NtPS interscholastic athletic programs. Our teams won several regional championships, and state titles in Girls’ Basketball, Wrestling, track and Swimming. We also have a new Girls’ Gymnastics program. Last year, more than 4,500 volunteers gave 160,000 hours of their time in support of student achievement in our classrooms - a value of $3 million! NtPS buses safely transport approximately 6,000 students a total of 6,500 miles each day to and from school. Several of our bus drivers and maintenance workers have won regional safety awards. NtPS is thurston County’s largest food-service operation, serving approximately 8,400 meals (1,600 breakfasts and 6,800 lunches) each school day. Our healthy youth task Force is dedicated to improving the nutritional content of the school lunch program. fast facts about ntps everg reen state colleg e Evergreen State College is ranked one of the best colleges in the west by the Princeton Review (2008), and U.S. News & World Report’s 2008 college guide also recognizes its innovative interdisciplinary learning communities, outstanding first-year experience, and undergraduate research opportunities. Evergreen enrolls more than 4,300 undergraduates in daytime and evening and weekend programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, and 300 graduate students earning master’s degrees in education, environmental studies, public administration and teaching. More than a third of Evergreen students are adults (25 years of age or older) and come from every walk of life. Evergreen’s 1,000-acre forested main campus is located on Eld Inlet in Olympia; the college also offers programs at Evergreen-Tacoma. 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW • Olympia, WA 98505 360.867.6000 • www.evergreen.edu saint martin ’ s u niversit y Saint Martin’s University is an independent co-educational master’s degree granting university. SMU offers 22 undergraduate programs, 6 graduate programs and numerous pre-professional, certificate and international programs. Established in 1895 by the Roman Catholic Benedictine Order, Saint Martin’s is located on a beautiful wooded 280-acre campus in Lacey. More than 1,250 students attend Saint Martin’s main campus and approximately 1,000 more are enrolled in courses at extension campuses at nearby JBLM, Olympic College and Centralia College. In addition, SMU has extension programs in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China. The university employs approximately 400 people. 5300 Pacific Avenue SE • Lacey, WA 98503 360.491.4700 • www.stmartin.edu south pu g e t sou nd comm u nit y colleg e South Puget Sound Community College serves Thurston County in two locations, including the Olympia campus on Mottman Road and the Hawks Prairie Center in Lacey. 40 l acey chamb er of commerce Enrolling approximately 6,000 students each quarter, South Puget Sound has active professional/technical training and college transfer programs and contributes strongly to the high-quality workforce available to Lacey employers. L ACEy C AmPuS - hAWk S PR AiRiE CENtER 1401 marvin Road NE, Ste 201 • Lacey, WA 98516 360.596.5750 p r i vat e s c h o o l s comm u nit y christian academy Community Christian Academy’s mission is to prepare students to impact their world for Christ by equipping them with a sound education, by empowering them with a biblical worldview, and by inspiring them through godly leadership. 4706 Park Center Avenue NE • Lacey, WA 98516 360.493.2223 • www.olympiachristianschool.org northwest christian hig h school Northwest Christian High School’s mission is to assist the family by providing a Christ-centered, Bible-based education that inspires each student to pursue excellence in moral character, academics, and servant leadership. 4710 Park Center Avenue NE • Lacey, WA 98516 (360) 491-2966 • www.nchs-olympia.org faith luther an Faith Lutheran School is located in Lacey, Washington, and is a ministry of Faith Lutheran Church. They are 15 minutes from both Olympia and the Fort Lewis military base. The school is a state-approved, private Christian school, serving students in preschool through grade 6. 7075 Pacific Avenue SE • Olympia, WA 98503 360.491.1118 • www.faithlutheranlacey.org holy family Holy Family School is a private Catholic school located in Lacey, WA. They have a proud tradition of academic excellence. The students are tomorrow’s future leaders. With an emphasis on integrating Catholic values throughout our school’s program, Holy Family is known for its outstanding student body, skilled staff, and community approach. 2606 Carpenter Road SE • Lacey, WA 98503 360.491.7060 • www.holyfamilylacey.com 41 • community resource guide e d u c at i o n think chamber first! our military Partners Joint base lewis mcchord Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base, located on Washington’s south Puget Sound in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, have almost a century of military service. Camp Lewis was established in 1917 and became Fort Lewis in 1927. McChord Air Force Base started as McChord Army Air Field in 1938 and became McChord Air Force base when the Air Force became a separate military service in 1947. The U.S. Army’s I Corps is the primary unit on Fort Lewis and the U.S. Air Force 62nd Airlift Wing is the primary unit on McChord Air Force Base. They join more than 30 different units from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Reserve and National Guard, and Department of Defense agencies on the two bases. On Feb. 1, 2010, Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base became Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) -- one of 12 joint bases worldwide. On that day, JBLM reached its initial operational capability, meaning the installation support functions at Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base began a phased consolidation to Army management under the Joint Base Garrison. Creating the joint base was a complex process and required consolidatation of all support services for the military units, the families and retired community. On Oct. 1, 2010, a five-year process culminated when Joint Base Lewis-McChord reached its final operational capability and was formally established as one of 12 joint bases worldwide. Merging Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base, the creation of JBLM was directed as part of a 2005 Base Realignment and Closure action. With the establishment of the joint base, all installation support functions are provided by the Army-led Joint Base Garrison to all the services on the base - Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines. JBLM is the largest military installation on the west coast of the United States with more than 415,000 acres, including Yakima Training Center in central Washington. It supports more than 100,000 people including military personnel, families, civilian and contract employees, and retirees and their families on-base population and in neighboring communities. lewis army museum The Lewis Army Museum occupies the former Red Shield Inn, completed in 1919. The inn’s construction was contracted by the Salvation Army in 1918 to house newly-arriving Soldiers and their families at “Camp Lewis.” The building is one of two surviving buildings from the former Greene Park, a recreation area established for Soldiers mobilized or stationed here during World War I (the other surviving building houses the installation Family Readiness Center). This was the building’s most extensive renovation since its construction was completed in 1919. It was transferred to government ownership on July 1, 1924, and served the needs of Fort Lewis soldiers and family members until 1972. In 1973, it re-opened as the home of the Fort Lewis Military Museum. Joint Base Lewis-McChord is a training and mobilization center for all services and is the only Army power-projection platform west of the Rockies. Its key geographic location provides rapid access to the deep-water ports of Tacoma, Olympia and Seattle for deploying equipment. Because of the surrounding community support, natural setting and variety of entertainment near to and on the joint base, Joint Base Lewis-McChord is a popular assignment and many people choose to live their retirement here. In this section you will learn some history about Joint Base Lewis-McChord and find information about on-base resources. 42 l acey chamb er of commerce 43 • community resource guide o u r m i l i ta r y p a r t n e r s think chamber first! m cc h o r d a i r m u s e u m The McChord Air Museum is the official USAF organization whose mission is to portray the history of McChord Air Force Base, the aircraft woven through that history and the people who made that history part of our heritage. That mission is accomplished by the exhibit of aircraft, and scaled models, unit exhibits, extensive collection of armament, instruments, paintings and art from the USAF art collection, photographs, vintage uniforms and other memorabilia. The McChord Air Museum is open free to the public as an educational and recreational experience for all to enjoy. madigan h e a lt h c a r e s y s t e m Headquartered at Madigan Army Medical Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, the Madigan Healthcare System is a network of Army medical facilities located throughout Washington and California that serve more than 109,000 active duty service members, their families and retirees. Much like its civilian counterparts, the Madigan Healthcare System provides a wide array of medical services, such as general medical and surgical care, patient-centered adult and pediatric primary care, a 24-hour emergency room, specialty clinics, clinical services, behavioral health and wellness services. Locations serving enrolled patients in the vicinity of Joint Base Lewis-McChord include: Madigan Army Medical Center, JBLM Lewis Main unique programs & services Book Patch Children Crittenberger Grandstaff Since its opening in 1944 Madigan has grown to include a full spectrum of specialty and subspecialty services for adult and pediatric patients to include Developmental Pediatrics, Hematology and Oncology, Interventional Radiology and Radiation Therapy. Madigan is also renowned for its medical research, graduate medical education, and medical simulation technology. Soldier Evaluation for Life Fitness (SELF) is a post-deployment screening tool that evaluates the physical, mental and spiritual health of every returning Soldier. Soldier Readiness Service (SRS) is a walk-in clinic where Soldiers can see behavioral health counselors the same day Child and Family Assistance Center (CAFAC) is a Madigan pilot program that incorporates three existing family-based behavioral health departments – Family Assistance for Maintaining Excellence (FAME), the Child Guidance Clinic and the School-based Behavioral Health Program – into a one-stop shop for family members. School Behavioral Health Program (SBH) program provides child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers, who will evaluate and treat military children, and provide resilience-based models to students, staff and parents in the JBLM schools. Warri or tr an siti on u nit In 2007, Madigan activated a Warrior Transition Battalion for wounded, ill and injured Soldiers. Madigan Healthcare System’s Madigan-South Sound Community Medical Home, Olympia Warrior Transition Battalion is one of 29 Warrior Transition Units throughout the Army. The WTB provides medical care, McChord Clinic, McChord Field Customer:Medical The Lacey Chamber Contact: x advocacy and leadership to active duty, Army National Guard Project: Annex, Chris Lester Ad: 2012Main Resource Guide | Size: One-Sixth, 2 1/4” x 4 5/8” Madigan JBLM Lewis and Army Reserve Soldiers who need complex long-term care. << 1st Confirmation Show >> The WTB’s primary mission is to assist Soldiers and their Okubo Family Medicine and Dental Clinic, JBLM Lewis North families through their healing and transition back to regular Winder Family Clinic, JBLM Lewis Main duty or to civilian life. Its innovative programs and comprehensive care continue to evolve to meet the physical, emotional and HealtH life long term Care intellectual needs of their Soldiers. The WTB also oversees a Community-Based Warrior Transition Unit that allows Guard and Reserve Soldiers to live with their families and to receive local healthcare in communities not near Army medical facilities. In addition, the WTB shares and partners with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and other governmental agencies to enhance the care and service of Soldiers and families at the national and local level. Chris Lester Insurance Services 360-866-0610 www.chrislesterins.net 253.967.5533 253.967.2824 253.967.5889 m ed i caL s ervi ce s Emergency Room Pharmacy Refill Pharmacy Madigan Visitor/Patient Info b ehavi or al h e alth pro g r am s Madigan-Puyallup Community Medical Home, Puyallup resourCes for life Li b r ar i e s 253.968.1390 253.968.1963 253.968.2999 253.968.1710 m i Litary su pp o rt s ervi ce s ID Cards Information Booth m i sceLL an eo u s Joint base Lewis - mcchord d i r ec to ry cLu b s Advance Summer Camp /ROTC American Lake Community Center Cascade Community Center Club North Madigan Café /Latin Sensations Russell Landing Cafe 253.966.0713 253.967.9770 253.964.0331 253.964.0144 253.964.4054 253.966.0400 co m m i s sar i e s JBLM McChord Field 253.982.3285 gym na s i u m s Jensen Keeler McVeigh Sheridan Soldiers Field House Wilson (North Ft.) Army Community Service Billeting /Guest lodge CPO Finance Golf Course Gray Airfield ITT JBLM McChord Field JPPSO Museum Northwest Adventure Center PAO Taxi Theater Recoding Youth Fitness Zone 253.967.7166 253.964.0211 253.967.4843 253.966.0272 253.967.6522 253.967.6628 253.967.6169 253.982.1110 253.967.5099 253.967.7206 253.967.7744 253.967.0146 253.582.3000 253.967.4329 253.967.4441 Customer: r The LaceyeChamber Contact: 253.967.5975 ecr ati o n centers Project: Twinstar Ad: 2012 Resource Guide | Size: One-Sixth, 2 1/4” x 4 5/8” 253.967.6808 Bowling Alley (M) 253.967.4661 << 1st Confirmation Show >> 253.967.5869 Hi-Tech Wilson Rec 253.967.7471 253.967.7311 Nelson 253.967.2539 253.967.4771 Summit Arena 253.967.4458 253.967.7471 Be treated like an owner. Join TwinStar for your business needs. h otLi n e s BOSS EO/Sexual Harassment Jail Mac Flight Military Police Red Cross Vehicle Registration 253.967.5065 253.966.8139 253.967.5636 253.967.1960 253.967.5723 253.967.7259 253.967.3107 253.967.7686 253.967.1914 Chris Lester 7 Thurston County branches Corinn ext. 4596 44 Gary ext. 4452 45 << CHECK FOR ACCURACY >> l acey chamb er of commerce • community resource guide • BUSINESS NAME • PHONE NUMBERS • NAMES & ADDRESSES • CONTENT o u r m i l i ta r y p a r t n e r s << CHECK FOR ACCURACY >> • BUSINESS NAME • PHONE NUMBERS • NAMES & ADDRESSES • CONTENT think chamber first! Senior Living retirement living Lacey has consistently been perceived as a great retirement location. Lacey’s proximity to Joint Base Lewis-McChord makes it a popular retirement choice for the military. Recent demographics have shown that while the Sun Belt states are getting most of the retirement fueled economic growth, Washington State is the 10th largest retirement growth state in the U.S., and Lacey has been the beneficiary of a healthy portion of it. Drawn by the affordable housing, wide variety of activities, mild weather, availability of military retirement services and quality health care, retirees are flocking to South Sound. While businesses benefit from servicing this growing market, the entire Lacey community benefits from the energy, skills and experience of its senior resident, whether volunteering in schools, the Chamber or the local museum. Senior ServiceS Senior Services for South Sound is a private non-profit corporation governed by a volunteer board of directors, and has a long and distinguished history of serving the needs of older adults in the South Sound area. Established in 1973, the agency continues to provide a wide array of comprehensive services to seniors living in Mason and Thurston counties. If you are new to the area, recently retired or looking for resources, Senior Services for South Sound is for you. Whether it’s taking a class, finding respite from care giving, volunteering, taking a trip, or inquiring about community ©doug Walker Photography resources, our staff and volunteers can help you rediscover and preserve your independence, self-esteem, and joy for life. Services & Opportunities available care con n ection Prog r am Provides care consultation and assistance with finding in-home care. sen ior center activiti es / events Prog r am Provides recreational, social, lifelong learning, and health improvement services. sen ior n utrition Prog r am Provides nutritious noon meals. services to at- ri sk sen i ors Prog r am (stars) Provides adult day and respite care for frail seniors and their families. care con n ection Prog r am Provides care consultation and assistance with finding in-home care. su PPortive services (s seF ) Provides support to caregivers and help for seniors to remain independent and safe in the community. tri Ps , tou rs & tr aveL Open to all Active Adults from 18 to 118. Full schedule of trips online at southsoundseniors.org Contact Trips office: 360.586.6181 ext 126 or 127. email: email@example.com continue Photo by: Doug Walker Photography ©2007 Being a senior in the Lacey community can be as fun-filled and active or scenic and relaxing as you would like. Lacey is proud to have a strong senior population and therefore, provides many resources for those who choose to retire here. Recreational, social, cultural and health programs are offered year round to provide for the healthiest and most enjoyable senior living. To ease your navigation through all that our community has to offer, you will find a calendar of events, health care facilities, senior facility contact information and much more in the following pages. ©doug Walker Photography 46 l acey chamb er of commerce 47 • community resource guide Senior living think chamber first! senior services - continued Two locations to help serve you. l acey sen i or center 6757 Pacific Avenue SE • Lacey, WA 98509 360.407.3967 • email: firstname.lastname@example.org olym pia sen i or center 222 Columbia Street NW • Olympia, WA 98501 360.586.6181 • email: email@example.com Lacey’s beautiful Senior Center is located in Woodland Creek Community Park and offers a variety of activities for the senior population including: • Entertainment • Information and referral service • Recreational and social programs, including life skills, hobby classes fitness classes, support groups, clubs, outings, bingo, and dances • Southeast Asian, Korean and Hispanic programs • Congregate nutrition program, Meals on Wheels and satellite food bank distribution • Health Services, including foot care, blood pressure checks, and more • STARS, an adult day respite service program • Wrinkles of Washington: Senior talent galore in this traveling variety fundraising road show • Fundraising events, including rummage sales and a holiday bazaar The Lacey Senior Center is owned and maintained by the City of Lacey, and is managed and programmed by Senior Services for South Sound. Contact the Lacey Senior Center at 360.407.3967 for a schedule of activities. Su pportive ServiceS for elderS & their fa m i l i e S ( S S ef ) Supportive Services for Elders and their Families (SSEF) Provides support to caregivers and help for seniors to remain independent and safe in the community. Services include: • Information, Assistance and Referral Services to help seniors navigate through nutrition programs, food Bank, Meals on Wheels, available medical services, transportation, senior housing, financial management and social services. • Senior Phone Friend – reassurance, safety and social calls from other volunteer seniors. • Individual and family counseling • Support groups – for spouse and adult children caring for loved ones • Early Stage Memory Loss Seminars (ESML) Eight sessions of educational programs for those with recently diagnosed memory problems and their care providers. www.southsoundseniors.org he alth care A key benefit to residents in Lacey is the outstanding quality of local health care. Health care is a major industry in South Puget Sound, demonstrated by the fact that three of the top employers in Thurston County are regional health care facilities, serving Thurston and surrounding counties. The size of the health care community is driven by the growing number of seniors attracted to the Lacey Community and the increasing number of young families who live here, all of whom are served by the quality institutions in the community. This level of care is one of the attractions that help to draw new businesses and development to the Lacey and Thurston area. t e le p h o n e n u m b e r s Fo r o u r s e n i o r co m m u n it y s en i o r car e Faci liti e s Alterra Clare Bridge & Assisted Living Bonaventure of Lacey Capital Place Retirement Evergreen Nursing & The Firs Retirement Living Community Garden Courte Memory Care Hampton Special Care Center Manor Care Merrill Gardens Panorama Patriots Landing Providence Mother Joseph Care Center Puget Sound Healthcare Center Rehabilitation Center Roo-Lan Health Care Center & Lodge Rosemont Retirement & Assisted Living Sequoia Assisted Living Vista Village Condos West Woods Assisted Living Woodland Retirement & Assisted Living 360.456.3477 360.491.4435 360.786.6062 253.906.3399 360.456.0601 360.456.0111 877.964.4900 360.493.4900 360.754.9792 360.491.9700 360.491.1765 360.458.1800 360.491.0491 360.456.2101 360.956.3396 360.528.3253 Colonial Inn Jubilee at Hawks Prairie Laurel Oaks Retirement Community Panorama SheaHomes 360.459.9110 360.491.5900 360.923.2211 360.456.0111 360.455.0240 recre ational vehicleS and boat Stor ag e AAA RV & Boat Storage Aardvark RV & Boat Storage Devoe Street RV & Boat Storage Garry’s RV & Boat Storage Olympic R.V. & Boat Storage Public Storage Shurgard Storage Center South Gate R.V., Boat, & Etc. Storage 360.943.5099 360.943.1888 360.705.0720 360.456.0651 360.753.2344 360.491.5094 360.357.7100 360.352.3934 proud lacey chamber memberS capital m edi cal center Capital Medical Center is a 110-bed full-service hospital, with two general family practice clinics. It serves all of Thurston and surrounding counties. It provides a comprehensive range of medical services and high quality care and is a forward thinking, innovative hospital where trust, teamwork and technology come together to make a positive difference in the health of our community and region. The Joint Commission accreditation powerfully demonstrates Capital Medical Center’s commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety. LACEY 8308 Quinault Dr NE Lacey, WA 98516 Join ACU As an ACU member you get competitive rates on loans and investments, and a broad range of services to meet your needs. And, since we’re member owned, you have a voice. Can your bank say that? 3900 Capital Mall Dr. SW • Olympia, WA 98502 360.754.5858 • www.capitalmedical.com g rou p h e alth co oper ative 253.964.3113 / www.youracu.org Group Health Cooperative is a consumer-governed, nonprofit health care system that coordinates care and coverage. Founded in 1947 and based in Seattle, WA, Group Health and its subsidiary health carriers, Group Health Options, Inc. and KPS Health Plans, serve more than 600,000 residents of Washington state and Idaho. At Group Health, the goal is simple and straightforward: to keep you healthy. And if you do get sick, to make sure you get the best medical care possible. 700 Lilly Road • Olympia, WA 98506 360.923.7000 • www.ghc.org continue 48 l acey chamb er of commerce active adu lt comm u nitieS 360.236.1400 360.455.8500 360.357.9922 49 • community resource guide Senior living think chamber first! health care - continued capital meDi cal center Capital Medical Center is a 110-bed full-service hospital, with two general family practice clinics. It serves all of Thurston and surrounding counties. It provides a comprehensive range of medical services and high quality care and is a forward thinking, innovative hospital where trust, teamwork and technology come together to make a positive difference in the health of our community and region. The Joint Commission accreditation powerfully demonstrates Capital Medical Center’s commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety. The office is open for appointments 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday (closed for lunch 12:00 - 1:00pm.) Occasional evening and weekend hours are available. They offer same-day appointments for established patients and are often accepting new patients. 2012 Wa S h i n g t o n S tat e Senior gameS HAWkS PRAiRiE iNTERNAL MEDiCiNE 360.923.4600 This location serves adults of all ages. Their board-certified internal medicine physicians have special training in the prevention and treatment diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, heart disease, and other illnesses and injuries. Thursday, July 26th – Sunday, July 29th Events for the 2012 Washington State Senior Games include: This office is open for appointments 8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday. They are closed on weekends and major holidays. Archery, Basketball, Badminton, Bowling, Cowboy Action Shooting, Cycling, Dance, Golf, Pickleball, Pool/8-Ball, Race Walkin er, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track & Field and Volleyball. 3900 Capital Mall Drive SW • Olympia, WA 98502 360.754.5858 • www.capitalmedical.com 2555 Marvin Road NE • Lacey, WA 98516 360.413.4200 • www2.providence.org Call Puget Sound Senior Games for more information call 360.413.0148. g rou p he alth co oper ative OLyMPiA ENDOCRiNOLOGy 360.413.4250 Group Health Cooperative is a consumer-governed, nonprofit health care system that coordinates care and coverage. Founded in 1947 and based in Seattle, WA, Group Health and its subsidiary health carriers, Group Health Options, Inc. and KPS Health Plans, serve more than 600,000 residents of Washington state and Idaho. At Group Health, the goal is simple and straightforward: to keep you healthy. And if you do get sick, to make sure you get the best medical care possible. 700 Lilly Road NE • Olympia, WA 98506 360.923.7000 • www.ghc.org proviDence St. pe ter hoSpital Providence St. Peter Hospital was founded in 1887 and is the largest private employer in Thurston County, as well as, the largest hospital in the region. It is a 290-bed not-for-profit regional teaching hospital that offers comprehensive medical, surgical, and behavioral health services. The hospital offers a free physician referral line, ProvidencePLUS, at 360.493.7768. 413 Lilly Road NE • Olympia, WA 98506 360.491.9480 • www.providence.org proviDence m eDi cal g rou p at haWkS pr airie HAWkS PRAiRiE FAMiLy MEDiCiNE 360.413.4200 At Providence Medical Group - Hawks Prairie Family Medicine, experienced providers and staff offer full-service medical care for all ages, from newborns to seniors. Areas of service include, Women’s health, Men’s health, Children’s health, Preventive services and health care maintenance, management of allergy, asthma and skin conditions, treatment of acute illness and injuries, chronic disease management, and casting and splinting. Senior Weekly calenDar of eventS m o n D ay S W e D n e S D ay S t h u r S D ay S f r i D ay S l acey Walking g rou p ch u rch ServiceS he althy StepS WalkerS enhance fitneS S Meets at 10:00am at the Lacey Senior Center 360.491.4044 Meets at Bonaventure of Lacey, in the Library 9:30am - 10:45am www.bonaventuresenior.com / communities /lacey/events Leaves Olympia Senior Center at 9:00am Olympia Senior Center Basic: 1:00pm Intermediate: 2:30pm Advanced: 9:00am www.southsoundseniors.org en hance fitn eS S Olympia Senior Center Basic: 1:00pm Intermediate: 2:30pm Advanced: 9:00am www.southsoundseniors.org Seni or mon Day b u ffe t Lucky Eagle Casino 10:00am - 8pm www.luckyeagle.com /dining /grand-buffet t u e S D ay S enhance fitneS S Olympia Senior Center Basic: 1:00pm Intermediate: 2:30pm Advanced: 9:00am www.southsoundseniors.org Dance Leaves Olympia Senior Center at 9:00am Olympia Senior Center Live music & refreshments 2:00pm – 4:00pm www.southsoundseniors.org Nice Weather Days: Walk around Capitol Lake or Downtown Olympia Boardwalk happy hou r h e althy StepS WalkerS Bad Weather Days: Walk around inside of the mall. www.southsoundseniors.org poe try WorkShop 4th tu eSDay every month Meets at Bonaventure of Lacey, Hospitality Room 4:00pm www.bonaventuresenior.com / communities /lacey/events Bad Weather Days: Walk around inside of the mall. www.southsoundseniors.org Zu mba Meets at Olympia Senior Center 9:00am www.southsoundseniors.org yoga cl aS S Meets at Olympia Senior Center 10:00am - 11:00am www.southsoundseniors.org Wine & more Meets at Bonaventure of Lacey, Hospitality Room 4:00pm www.bonaventuresenior.com / communities /lacey/events tai chi Olympia Senior Center Beginner: 5:00pm - 6:00pm Intermediate: 6:00pm - 7:00pm www.southsoundseniors.org tai chi Meets at Olympia Senior Center 10:00 - 11:30am Meets at Bonaventure of Lacey 6:00pm - 8:00pm www.bonaventuresenior.com/communities/lacey/events 50 l acey chamb er of commerce Nice Weather Days: Walk around Capitol Lake or Downtown Olympia Boardwalk 51 • community resource guide Senior living think chamber first! member Listing b e c o m e a m e m b e r s pa r k i g n i t e b o o m ! The Lacey Chamber of Commerce is a non profit service organization that supports the business community of Lacey and the outlying area of Thurston County since 1961. We are known for being a “hands on”, business savvy, engaging Chamber of Commerce. We serve our members through networking events, discounted advertising and programs. Our partnerships are vital to our success and our relationships with the City of Lacey, Economic Development Council, North Thurston Public Schools, Saint Martins University, South Puget Sound Community College and mainly our chamber members are unwavering. We give our members avenues for their businesses to be more successful and visible. basi c m em b ership inq u iry • Referrals from the Chamber office • 2 Community Resource Guide Listings Business Name • Display your promotional material in the Lacey Visitor Center Business Address Billing Address • Article submission for our monthly newsletter, Thrive! (if different) Business Phone • Tons of networking opportunities (Monthly Forum, Business After Hours, Grand Openings, etc.) Primary Contact Secondary Contact • Free newsletter flyer insert ($125 value) • Free set of mailing labels ($125 value) Business Category • Listing in Chamber online membership directory with free link to your website Website Business $250 (1-4) Business $820 (31-50) RETIRED $110 (not in business) Business $350 (5-10) Business $910 (51-75) CHARITABLE $220 (501C3) Business $480 (11-20) Business $1,040 (76 & up) APPOINTED & ELECTED OFFICIALS $150 Business $620 (21-30) alphabetical A A steve’s proFessionAl trucK mounted steAm cleAning (360) 701-9544 ABc printing, inc. 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