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Play, Stay & Grow! THE PALOUSE IS PICTURE PERFECT

Pullman

Activities Guide 2017 Includes the Palouse Region

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Committed to a Strong Community Just as we invent new products to improve power grids in communities around the world, we find new ways to strengthen our own community on the Palouse every day. Visit www.selinc.com to learn more.

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Pullman

Activities Guide 2016

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4 Welcome to Pullman 5 Play Outside 8 Play Inside 12 Shop Local 13 Spring 14 Summer 16 Fall

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CONTENTS

Rod Schwartz, palousepics.com

Rod Schwartz, palousepics.com

17 Winter 18 Palouse Scenic Byway 22 Photography Tips 23 Taste 25 25 Free Things To Do 26 Stay 28 Meet

Ken Carper, carper.wsu@gmail.com

Ken Carper, carper.wsu@gmail.com


30 Chamber Directory 31 History of the Palouse 32 Retire on the Palouse 34 Pullman at a Glance 35 Getting Settled 36 Education 37 Pullman Parks 38 Getting Involved

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Elected Officials

Programs & Benefits of Membership

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Chamber Board Members Chamber Committees Membership Directory

Alphabetical Membership Listings

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Getting Here

A publication of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce 415 N Grand Avenue, Pullman, WA 99163 (P) (509) 334-3565 • (F) (509) 332-3232 • (800) 365-6948 pullmanchamber.com

About Our Cover

Born and raised in Chicago, Rod Schwartz backed into a lifelong career in radio advertising in 1973 in Springfield, Illinois. He became sales manager for the Pullman Radio Group in 1979 and continues to serve clients in the region as the stations’ senior account executive. Since 1991, Rod and his family have operated Grace Broadcast Sales, a provider of short-form syndicated radio features to radio and TV stations across the U.S. and Canada.

Rod caught the shutter bug in 1977, when he bought his first 35mm SLR, a Minolta XE-7, to chronicle the everyday wonders and milestones of family life, and he has been shooting regularly ever since. He particularly enjoys photographing landscapes, nature, and interesting architecture, as well as portraits and candid subjects. Living in the Palouse has afforded him endless opportunities to explore and capture its unique beauty in photographs. Rod’s images have appeared in various magazines, calendars, tourism publications, and websites. In August, 2016 he knocked an item off his photographic bucket list, when he rode shotgun on Ben Barstow’s combine during the wheat harvest. (An image of Ben clearing weeds from the header was awarded top cash prize in the McGregor Company’s contest at the Palouse Empire Fair the following month.) He rarely travels without a camera at hand, knowing that a fleeting opportunity may present itself at any time. The cover photo, Sunnyside Park Reflections, is one of Rod’s favorites, taken while on a late afternoon walk with his wife Paula a few summers ago. Rod is pleased to share some of his images online at PalousePics.com and at Viewbug.com/member/RodSchwartz

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Welcome

Welcome to Pullman

Ken Carper, carper.wsu@gmail.com

We are surrounded by farmland richly defined by the highs and lows of the Palouse. What is ‘the Palouse’? A region 3-4,000 miles in size, filled with distinct geological formations created by a wave of volcanic activity millions of year ago, followed by floods from Montana, then fine silt from prehistoric wind storms. These forces created the beauty of the gently rolling hills, with soil so fertile for the wheat, peas, barley and lentils that are abundantly produced in our region. Our city motto is ‘high tech, higher education and highest quality of life.’ We are a dynamic city, home to diverse businesses and a school district that rates in the top 100 nationwide, great restaurants, fine arts, music and entertainment. In addition, safewise.com has ranked Pullman #15 of 20 in their 2016 list of the safest cities in Washington. With plenty to do and to see, the Pullman Chamber of Commerce is close at hand to offer more suggestions. Stay current with our local events at pullmanchamber.com. Discover the three legs of the Palouse Scenic Byway, an incredible 208-mile journey through the area at palousescenicbyway.org. Save the date and return to visit us for the National Lentil Festival on August 18th & 19th, 2017. For more information visit lentilfest.com. Four seasons, light traffic, incredible photo opportunities and friendly faces make Pullman a great place to Play, Stay and Grow Carol Cooper Carol Cooper, Tourism Director Tourism@pullmanchamber.com

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Play Come play on the Palouse! The Washington State waterfall is little more than an hour away, with clear evidence of the prehistoric basalt topography that makes us so unique. Take some award winning photographs, say cheese and mean it at WSU Ferdinand’s Creamery.

Highlights on the Palouse PALOUSE FALLS STATE PARK A hidden oasis for the visitor emerging from the channeled scablands of arid southeastern Washington the falls cascade 198 feet into a round basalt-rock canyon, a drop longer than Niagara Falls. The park features hiking trails, picnic tables, restrooms, overnight camping; ADA access includes parking, restrooms, trails, shelter and campsites. Requires a Discover Pass. For more information call (509) 646-9218

PULLMAN’S WALK OF FAME Located in downtown Pullman, granite tiles are inlaid in the sidewalks starting at the corner of Main Street and Kamiaken to commemorate past Pullman mayors, past WSU presidents, distinguished Pullman residents, and WSU sports figures. For a brochure call (509) 334-3565 or visit pullmanchamber.com

STEPTOE BUTTE This quartzite butte rises 3,618 feet into the sky with a spectacular 360-degree view of the Palouse. You can drive, bike or hike the 3.1 miles to the top of the butte. Activities include bird watching, hanggliding, and paragliding. You may even catch sight of the resident moose. For more information call (509) 636-9218

Rod Schwartz, palousepics.com

WSU GRIZZLY BEAR CENTER, PULLMAN Live grizzly bears up close! The only facility like it in the world, it studies the effects of hibernation and how the heart can adapt to stressful conditions. No need to leave your car, you can watch the bears in their two-acre outdoor enclosure (except in winter of course!)For more information call (509) 335-1119 or visit nrs.wsu.edu/ research/bear-center So much to explore! For a complete list of attractions, including directions, downloadable brochures, tours, and more visit pullmanchamber.com/visit-pullman/things-to-do-inpullman Need a Discovery Pass in Pullman? Get one at Rennie Keasal’s Chevron at 485 E Main St, Walmart at 1690 SE Harvest, or Ace Hardware at 1690 S Grand. For a complete list wdfw.wa.gov/ licensing/vendors/county/Whitman/

Outdoor Adventure

The Palouse makes access to the great outdoors possible within minutes. Wiggle your toes in the sand at the Dunes, bike the 38 miles of paved trails, or play a round of golf at one of seven golf courses. Grab your camera before you go, there are countless opportunities around for award winning shots!

PHOTOGRAPHING THE PALOUSE

The Palouse region offers unparalleled beauty, a unique landscape, rural charm, four distinct seasons, and thousands of acres of outstanding photo opportunities. WSU CREAMERY & FERDINAND'S, PULLMAN Late spring and early summer are certainly the best times of the year Food Network’s Top Place for Ice Cream in Washington! Features for photographing greens and then the golden fields of wheat. May gourmet ice cream, soda fountain treats and is also home to the world and early June often have less stable weather, resulting in a bit more famous Cougar Gold Cheese. The observation room is open to the of a gamble for photographers on a tight schedule, but also hold public. (509) 335-2141 or visit public.wsu.edu/~creamery greater potential for dramatic light. Winter in the Palouse is often gray, but a clear sunrise over fields freshly dusted with snow can be a FLIGHT TOUR OF THE PALOUSE, PULLMAN real prize to a photographer lucky enough to be out at the right time. Experience the unique beauty of the Palouse by air! This is an This is also the best time for raptor viewing. opportunity to gaze at the rolling hills and communities of Moscow Everybody’s doing it—find photos/post photos of the Palouse on and Pullman with an endless view. Contact Inter-State Aviation for rates and scheduling at (509) 332-6596 or visit inter-stateaviation.com facebook.com/PicturePerfectPalouse For more information you can request the “Photography Hot Spots of the Palouse” map from pullmanchamber.com

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GOLF PALOUSE RIDGE GOLF CLUB, PULLMAN An 18-hole Scottish links style course that is ranked #5 best college campus courses in the nation and is home to WSU Men’s & Women’s PAC 12 Golf teams. With breathtaking views of the Palouse, and a challenging layout designed by John Harbottle III, everything about it is striking. Come experience the 350+ acre site. Practice facility, pro shop, golf instruction, and a 7,000 square foot clubhouse with fine dining.For more information and reservations call (509) 335-4342, or visit palouseridge.com

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO GOLF COURSE, MOSCOW This 18-hole, par 72 course is located west of campus at 1215 Nez Perce Drive. Complete Pro Shop, driving range, club and cart rentals and PGA instruction. The Pro Shop is open from March 1st until the end of the season. For reservations call (208) 885-6171 or visit uidaho.edu/ golfcourse For a complete list of courses visit pullmanchamber.com

Biking

The Palouse is a great place for biking with everything from 38 miles of paved trails to full-on single track mountain biking, and some great hilly low traffic road riding thrown in just for fun. We can get you rolling in the right direction! For your safety, helmets are always recommended and please use hand signals for stops and turns. There are endless possibilities for loops on gravel roads, but gravel riding is not everyone’s cup of tea. If it is yours, grab a map and head out for your own adventure. Bring tools, food, water and use fat tires for washboard.

TRAIL OF THE COEUR D’ALENES This paved bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way starting from Plummer. More than 71 miles of paved path takes you over the Chatcolet Bridge at Heyburn State Park, along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene and into the chain lakes region, through historic Silver Valley and ends in the high mountain splendor: an adventure for the entire family! For more information call (208) 682-3814 or visit parksandrecreation.idaho.gov

PALOUSE RECREATION TRAILS These trails are ideal for walking, running, biking, and skating. The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail is seven miles of smooth pathway between Pullman and Moscow and is open dawn to dusk year- round. It connects to Pullman’s seven miles of Riverwalk Trail and Moscow’s Paradise Path between U of I and downtown Moscow. The Latah Trail connects to Paradise Path and runs between Moscow and Troy. Extended trip planned? Secure vehicle parking is available at Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200 Download your Pullman Trails map with complete lists of trails at pullmanchamber.com

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Hiking

More Outdoor Adventure:

MARY MINERVA MCCROSKEY STATE PARK’S SKYLINE DRIVE, PLUMMER, ID

A WALKING TOUR OF PULLMAN

This 5,300-acre ridgeline park is dedicated to pioneer women. McCroskey State Park's highlight is an 18-mile skyline drive through the park on unpaved roads providing spectacular views of the rolling Palouse country and access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails. Facilities include a group day use shelter, primitive camping areas and picnic areas. For more information call (208) 686-1308 or visit parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/parks/maryminervamccroskey.aspx

IDLER’S REST CONSERVATORY, MOSCOW

Stroll the history of downtown through architecture and discover important moments of our region with a self-guided brochure available through the Pullman Chamber and in key spots around the city. This endeavor is a collaboration of the WSU School of Design & Construction, the Historic Preservation Commission of the City of Pullman, and the WSU Center for Civic Engagement, among many others.

GRANITE POINT, WA

This area lies along the Snake River outside of Pullman. A large rock This conservatory is located just northeast of Moscow and offers idyllic outcropping has mostly top roping with some fun sport routes and a woods adjacent to Palouse farmland. You can also cross over the road few trad lines from 30-50 feet in height. Located on Wawawai River and hike the trails beyond the creek. Just a short drive from Moscow, Rd two miles from Wawawai Grade Rd. For more information call the WSU Outdoor Recreation Center (509) 335-1892 take Mountain View Rd. north then turn east on Idler’s Rest Road. Watch for signs. The Land Trust owns and manages Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve, and people can find more information (i.e., directions, trail ILLIA DUNES, COLFAX, WA A seasonal recreation area known locally for its beach and Lawrence guides, and more) on our website at www.palouselandtrust.org of Arabia type sand dunes. Popular activities include sun bathing, KAMIAK BUTTE COUNTY PARK, PULLMAN swimming, boating and water skiing. nww.usace.army.mil/ corpsoutdoors Rising 3,641 feet high it offers visitors shaded picnic areas, four large shelters, a playground facility, campground (mid-April through WHITE WATER ADVENTURES, RIGGINS, ID mid-October) and a breathtaking view of the Palouse. The butte has From mild to wild, the Palouse is your gateway to high adventure on five miles of trails and is open dawn to dusk. Call (509) 397-6238 for two of the world’s most renowned white-water rivers. Hells Canyon information or download a Self-Guided Nature Walk brochure at of the Snake River and the legendary Salmon River, the two deepest whitmancounty.org river gorges in North America, lie just south of Moscow and Pullman. KLEMGARD COUNTY PARK, PULLMAN Adventure waits for all ages and thrill levels. Choose a white water rafting trip on the Salmon River. For more information call (208) 882Nestled in a forested canyon in the beautiful Union Flat area this 592385 or visit salmonriverexperience.com acre park is ideal for families, large groups and picnics. Hiking trail, stream, playground, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits available. Or take a scenic Hells Canyon jet boat tour. For more information call Call (509) 397-6238 for information or visit whitmancounty.org (800) 422-3568 or visit hellscanyonadventures.com For a complete list of parks, campgrounds, and hikes visit pullmanchamber.com

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Regional Theatre of the Palouse

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There are plenty of indoor options to enjoy. The Palouse is home to three Community Theatres showcasing world-renowned and local talent in live performances. Check the online calendar of events for upcoming productions. Visual arts abound from modern and edgy to local crafts. Museums can help you step into the past when homesteaders were carving out a life in this area. In addition, our libraries contain volumes of information about our history. We also offer shopping galore! Plan a day and go “Thriftiqueing”‑—great way to find treasures and see the area. pullmanchamber.com

Our Libraries

Pullman and our surrounding communities are committed to education and quality of life for area residents as witnessed by our amazing public libraries. Greeting you from the north entrance to Pullman is Neill Public Library with its Wi-Fi and public computing services, quality collections, community programs and comfortable reading areas both inside and out. For a complete list of programs and services available from Pullman’s Neill Public Library call (509) 334-3595 or visit pullman-wa.gov Moving north of Pullman, the Colfax Library serves as hub for Whitman County Library’s 14 branch system. Located at the middle stop-light in town, the Colfax Library is a fun stop for local residents and visitors boasting a variety of services that include free Wi-Fi, public computers, art and history exhibits, Troll’s Corner Book Store, and a themed children’s area featuring a life-sized rain forest tree. Besides Colfax, Wi-Fi hotspots and other services can be accessed from library locations in Albion, Colton, Endicott, Farmington, Garfield, Lacrosse, Malden, Oakesdale, Palouse, Rosalia, St. John, Tekoa, and Uniontown. For more information call toll-free (877) 733-3375 or visit whitco.lib.wa.us

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The Arts ARTISANS AT THE DAHMEN BARN, UNIONTOWN, WA Located 16 miles south of Pullman, this big white barn behind the famous fence of 1,000 iron wheels is fully accessible. Originally a dairy barn, the renovated three story structure now cultivates creativity with artists’ studios and a retail shop with art and crafts created by the nearly 100 regional artists. Performing arts events, monthly exhibitions, classes for all ages, and dances are regularly scheduled. No daily admission fee. For more details including a schedule of events call (509) 229-3414 or visit artisanbarn.org

THE BANK LEFT GALLERY, PALOUSE, WA A regional gallery located in the historic Bank Building in Palouse and features fine arts and crafts. For information call (509) 878-8425 or visit bankleftgallery.com

PRICHARD ART GALLERY, MOSCOW The University of Idaho art center is located in downtown Moscow and serves the public with a year-round rotating exhibition schedule. The gallery has included works by internationally famous artists as well as Northwest and regional artists. It is free and open to the public. For more information call (208) 885-3586 or visit uiweb.uidaho.edu/ galleries

WSU MUSEUM OF ART, PULLMAN The largest fine arts facility in the Inland Northwest operates a program of exhibits that change throughout the year. The museum is located in the Fine Arts Building directly across from Martin Stadium. The gallery offers traditional and contemporary art forms from various mediums. For schedule of exhibits and hours call (509) 335-1910 or visit museum.wsu.edu


Theatre & Music PULLMAN CIVIC THEATRE, PULLMAN Founded in 1946, it is a non-profit, all-volunteer theatre that provides quality, affordable live entertainment to the Palouse region. They perform multiple plays yearly, plus occasional live theatre event tie-ins. PCT is located at 1220 NW Nye Street. Auditions and volunteer opportunities are open to all community members. For information call (509) 332-8406 or visit pullmancivictheatre.org

REGIONAL THEATRE OF THE PALOUSE, PULLMAN A professional theater company located on Grand Ave in downtown, they present a series of plays and musicals every season. This group also teaches courses in acting, voices, movement, and even how to apply theater makeup. For more information call (509) 334-0750 or visit rtoptheater.org

WASHINGTON IDAHO SYMPHONY, PULLMAN Formed in 1971, it has developed into a premium orchestra that brings classical and contemporary symphonic music to the Palouse. Participating performers are local residents from Eastern Washington and North Central Idaho. For concert locations and times, call (509) 332-3408 or visit washingtonidahosymphony.org

WSU PERFORMING ARTS, PULLMAN Founded in 2011 to promote cultural and artistic connections, they bring world-class performances to the Palouse, presenting live theatre, music concerts, and family entertainment in Daggy Hall’s Jones and Wadleigh Theatres. For performance information visit performingarts.wsu.edu

MOSCOW COMMUNITY THEATRE, MOSCOW Founded in 1976 with local talent from the community and the universities, this features family dramas, comedies, and musical productions throughout the year. For more information visit moscowcommunitytheatre.com

Museums PERKINS HOUSE MUSEUM, COLFAX, WA Built in 1886 by Colfax's first permanent resident James Perkins, the Victorian-style house was fully restored by the Whitman County Historical Society. The original log cabin, behind the house, was built by Perkins in 1870 and is the oldest standing building in Whitman County. For information call (509) 397-2555

WSU MUSEUMS Conner Museum, Pullman Focusing on vertebrate animals and the museum has more than 700 mounted birds and mammals, including deer, antelope, mountain sheep, mountain goat, moose, caribou and of course cougar!For information call (509) 335-3515 or visit sbs.wsu.edu/connermuseum Robert P. Worthman Veterinary Anatomy Teaching Museum, Pullman The museum features an outstanding collection of anatomical specimens preserved in a variety of unique methods.For information and to arrange for group tours call (509) 335-5701 or visit vetmed.wsu.edu WSU Museum of Anthropology, Pullman Expect interpretive exhibits, including the fossil record of human evolution and prehistoric peoples of the lower Snake River as well as exhibits on cultural similarities and differences of people in past and present societies. For information call (509) 335-3441 or visit archaeology.wsu.edu

APPALOOSA MUSEUM & HERITAGE CENTER, MOSCOW It is located in the heart of Palouse Country and home of the Appaloosa breed. The museum was established in 1975 to collect, preserve, study, and exhibit objects and information that illustrate the history of the Appaloosa horse. The museum’s modern facility includes exhibit area, a theater, a hands-on Kid’s Area, a library & archive, and a gift shop. For more information call (208) 882-5578 or visit appaloosamuseum.org

MCCONNELL MANSION, MOSCOW The two-story house is a blend of Victorian, Queen Anne, and Eastlake styles. The rooms on the first floor have been restored to historic periods reflecting the house’s history, from turn-of-the-century parlors to the 1930s kitchen. For more information call (208) 882-1004 or visit latahcountyhistoricalsociety.org Celebrating 40+ years as the best on the Forbookstore a complete list Palouse! of galleries, theaters and museums visit 521 S. Main, on the hip strip in pullmanchamber.com downtown Moscow Sun-Thur 9:30am-6:30pm Fri-Sat 9:30am-8:00pm 208-882-2669 bookpeopleofmoscow.com

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Located on Main Street in Palouse, the museum houses historic printing equipment, items, and archives of Whitman County newspapers dating back to the 1880's. Open every Saturday (except October and January) 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. or by appointment by calling Janet at (509) 878-1742

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“Thriftiqueing” on the Palouse Vintage shopping is wonderful because you can truly find one-of-a-kind items at a great bargain. Lily Bee’s Consignment Shop 400 E Main St, Pullman (509) 332-0771 Palouse Treasures 1005 Nye St, Pullman (509) 322-4060 UCC Thrift Shop 525 NE Campus St, Pullman (509) 334-6632 Affordable Consignments 427 E Troy Rd, Moscow (208) 596-8321 Goodwill Industries 201 Warbonnet Dr, Moscow (208) 883-4280 Hansel and Gretel 511 S Main St, Moscow

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Main Street Antique Mall 304 N Main St, Moscow (208) 882-2614 Old Thing 114 E 3rd St, Moscow (208) 882-2614 Palouse Habitat for Humanity Surplus Store 304 N Main St, Moscow (208) 882-5246 Salvation Army Thrift Store 315 S Jackson, Moscow (208) 883-4812 The Hope Center 1212 W Pullman Rd, Moscow (208) 882-4144 The Storm Cellar 504 S Main St, Moscow (208) 874-4345 Community Market Place 118 Montgomery, Uniontown (509) 229-3233

Green Cottage Antiques 301 S Montgomery, Uniontown (509) 229-3622 High Button Shoe 203 E Church St, Uniontown (509) 229-3500 Littlefield Antiques 412 S Montgomery, Uniontown (509) 229-3535 Splendid Old Stuff 410 S Montgomery, Uniontown (509) 229-3435 Dot’s Vintage Funk 130 E Main, Palouse (509) 595-4459 Linda’s Whimseys 100 W Main, Palouse (509) 878-1678 Needful Things 220 E Main St, Palouse (509) 878-2301

Open Eye Consignment 230 E Main St, Palouse (509) 878-1210 Thrifty Grandmother Shop 118 N Main St, Colfax (509) 397-2786 Simple Joy Antiques and Gifts 609 E Main St, Kendrick (208) 289-2614 Pinewood Cottage Furniture, Rosalia Art Gallery and Antique Market 208 E 2nd St, Rosalia (509) 523-3112 Gifted Grannies 534 S Whitman St, Rosalia (509) 523-6007 Hurd Mercantile 30 S 1st St, Rockford (509) 291-4077 New 2 You Emporium 201 E Main St, Fairfield (509) 638-9097


SHOPPING

The Palouse offers choices! From the Palouse Empire Mall in Moscow to the Wheatland Mall in Pullman, add a meandering through the historic downtowns in both Pullman and Moscow. Find murals and sculptures by regional artists and boutique shopping as you stroll. Be sure to stop in for a meal or some great coffee. For a complete shopping guide see the Chamber Directory page 57

PALOUSE ICE RINK, MOSCOW The ice skating season at the Rotary Veterans Memorial Pavilion typically runs from late October to early April; however other activities are planned throughout the summer. Winter fun for both kids and adults includes hockey tournaments, open skate, and lessons. Summertime fun can include roller skating, floor hockey and roller derby. For more information please call (208) 882-7188 or visit palouseicerink.com

KIDS COUGAR ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, PULLMAN High energy laser entertainment and black light mini golf for the young and old! A 3,000 square foot arena with state of the art equipment. Includes a gaming room, arcade and can host group events and birthday parties. Food and beer available. Call (509) 3396114 or visit cougarlaserarena.com

PALOUSE DISCOVERY SCIENCE CENTER, PULLMAN The center promotes science, math, and technology literacy through the use of educational programs, hands-on exhibits, teaching collections and activities. The center features permanent as well as travelling exhibits. Call (509) 332-6869 or visit palousescience.org

AIRWAY HILLS MINIATURE GOLF, PULLMAN This facility on airport road between Pullman and Moscow offers a full 18-hole miniature golf course. For more information call (509) 8723092 or visit airwayhills.com

ZEPPOZ FAMILY FUN CENTER, PULLMAN A recreation center for the whole family! Zeppoz is home to state of the art bowling, arcade, card room, sports bar and restaurant/snack bar. Located on Bishop Blvd. For more information call (509) 334-7101 or visit zeppoz.com

VILLAGE CENTRE CINEMAS, PULLMAN Featuring major motion pictures and digital movie presentation, the latest in 3D and THX Digital. Eight auditoriums with stadium-style seating, wall to wall screens and high backed luxury seats with fold up cup holders. Children booster seats available. Call (509) 334-1002 for show times or visit pullmanmovies.com

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PULLMAN AQUATIC CENTER, PULLMAN

Featuring regional favorites

Bruttles • Chuckar Cherry • Spokandy Aplets & Cotlets • Cowgirl Chocolates Montana Chocolate Co. Weiser Chocolates

Indoor aquatic recreation facility that features a multi-purpose pool, children’s pool, a therapy pool and also a fitness center. For information call (509) 338-3290 or visit pullmanparksandrec.com

VIRGIL PHILLIPS FARM, MOSCOW This 160-acre farm showcases two small ponds with ducks, frogs, salamanders, and turtles. For information about current events at the farm contact Latah County Parks & Recreation at (208) 883-5709 or visit phillipsfarm.org

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Spring

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The greening of the Palouse is the most eagerly awaited season of the year and typically arrives in April! After our winter, hills covered in brilliant greens bring this area to life. Usually mid-May brings the rapeseed or canola bloom of an intense, electric yellow. Photographers flock to this area to capture the vibrant hues on film. Pullman residents and visitors alike can’t wait to get outside! And while you are out, stop in a local winery or brewery for a tasting.

LAWSON GARDENS, PULLMAN Oriented around a large reflecting pool and gazebo, seasonal plantings of colorful annuals accent the walkways and grassy area, a circular Rose Garden with over 600 assorted roses, and a Perennial Garden that provides unique and colorful displays year round. Located at 705 Derby St. For more information visit pullman-wa.gov/rec/ Lawson

KOPPEL FARM COMMUNITY GARDENS, PULLMAN Located on the trail system in Pullman, the farm hosts an annual Spring Fair and Plant Sale, agricultural demonstrations of native plants and perennials, and a children’s garden. Contact them at (509) 332-6184 or koppelgardens@gmail.com

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Spring Events Danú, a traditional Irish ensemble, performingarts.wsu.edu Women of the World, global folk music, performingarts.wsu.edu “Sister Act”, March 30 – April 9, 2017, Pullman rtoptheatre.org Spring Arts & Crafts Fair April 7-8, 2017, Pullman find them on facebook “Barefoot in the Park”, Pullman Civic Theatre, pullmancivictheatre.org Hempfest 3rd weekend in April, Moscow tyedye-everything.com WSU Spring Fest, date TBD, Pullman studentinvolvement.orgsync.com “She Kills Monsters” March 31 – April 8, 2017 performingarts.wsu.edu Pullman ArtWalk, May 13, 2017, facebook.com/PullmanArtsCommission Renaissance Fair the weekend of the first Sunday of May, Moscow moscowrenfair.org For more updated information on events please visit pullmanchamber.com

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Summer

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Summer on the Palouse is spectacular with the bright blue skies and puffy white clouds that we are famous for. By late June you can see the wheat turn from green to gold on the rolling hills. Summer brings fabulous weather for fishing, swimming, camping and concerts in the park. And of course—Pullman’s original food and brew festival: The National Lentil Festival held every August.

Fishing

SUNSHINE CRAFTS AND FLOWERS, PULLMAN

ROCK LAKE, WASHINGTON

Located on the Old Moscow-Pullman Hwy they have U-pick flowers featuring a variety of perennials and annuals. Open June through frost. (509) 332-2306. Find them on facebook.

A large lake in the transition zone between the rolling Palouse hills and the Channeled Scablands. The home of the Train Wreck Mystery of 1908-1915. Several dozen boxcars full of new Model T Fords are reported as still at the bottom of this lake. Divers have so far not been able to locate them due to lack of an exact crash site, but is probably near Johnson beach. A beautiful lake, it is ideal for boating and fishing.

SUNNYSIDE PARK DISC GOLF, PULLMAN This challenging 18-hole disc golf course is located in beautiful Sunnyside Park amid green grass, trees and two ponds. Course map and directions are available at pullmanchamber.com

REANEY PARK POOL, PULLMAN Pullman’s outdoor pool, located in Reaney Park has a diving pool, lap pool and kid’s splash pool. Open mid-June through August, 7 days a week, 1-6 pm. For more information call (509) 338-3227

PULLMAN FARMERS MARKET Features live music and has various vendors who participate each season. The parking lot is packed with fresh produce and value added farm products such as herbs, eggs, meat, flowers, jam, baked goods, and soup mixes. Located in the Spot Shop parking lot at 240 NE Kamiaken. Open Wednesdays 3:30-6 p.m. from mid-May to midOctober. Find them at facebook.com/pullmanmarket.com

market is located downtown on Main Street between Third and Sixth Streets. It is held each Saturday, May through October, from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

SPRING VALLEY & MOOSE CREEK RESERVOIRS, ID Favorite fishing holes for local residents. These small reservoirs are stocked with trout and bass. Picnic tables and restrooms are available at both locations as well as overnight camping. Spring Valley is just east of Moscow on Hwy 8. Moose Creek is located on Hwy 8 at mile post 38.1. For more fishing information see fishandgame.idaho.gov/ public/fish Download the new camping brochure pullmanchamber.com

29TH ANNUAL NATIONAL LENTIL FESTIVAL

Fun for the whole family – includes several large water slides, smaller slides for younger children, kid’s area and a large concession area. For more information call (208) 882-7665 or visit moscow.id.us/ parks_and_rec/aquatics/index.aspx

This annual event plays host to 30,000 visitors who come to learn all about lentils and agriculture in this area. Consider participating or volunteering at one of its many activities: Legendary Lentil Cook-off and live cooking demonstrations, Lentil Lane Food Court, music and entertainment, sporting events and free lentil chili from the world’s largest chili bowl! For more information visit lentilfest.com

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ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY

HAMILTON-LOWE AQUATIC CENTER, MOSCOW

This Saturday morning event celebrates local farmers, artists, craftspeople and musicians by providing them with an opportunity to interact directly with the community and its visitors. Highlights include fresh produce, meat, delicious homemade baked goods, healthy nursery plants, beautiful flowers and quality handmade crafts. The

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A classic home-town community event for the whole family, paid for through proceeds raised during the BBQ and donation jars located in local businesses. Games for the entire family, cotton candy, pie, ice cream, live entertainment, all beginning at 5 p.m. in Sunnyside Park. pullmanchamber.com/visit-pullman/chamber-events/


Summer Events Summer Concerts in the Park Wednesdays, Pullman pullmanparksandrec.com Moscow Art Walk, in June, Moscow moscow.id.us/art 4th of July Celebration, Sunnyside Park in Pullman pullmanchamber.com “James and the Giant Peach�, Pullman Civic Theatre, pullmancivictheatre.org Rendezvous in the Park, July, Moscow rendezvousinthe park.com Summer Performance TBD, Pullman rtoptheatre.org National Lentil Festival, August 18-19, 2017, Pullman lentilfest.com For more updated information on events please visit pullmanchamber.com

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Fall

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Celebrate the bounty of the harvest in late August as you watch combines cling to the Palouse hills at 45 degree angles to cut the golden wheat, one of the few places in the world to do this! And the start of the school year means one thing in Pullman—PAC-12 Athletics! Pullman captures that college town feel with Coug spirit! For game schedule visit wsucougars.com

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ARBORETUM AND BOTANICAL GARDEN, MOSCOW A must see, when the leaves turn color! This unique garden displays plantings of hundreds of species, cultivars of north temperate trees and shrubs and a xeriscape garden. In addition to native Idaho species, there are over 120 dedicated trees and groves, trails, water features, and 27 granite benches for viewing, studying, contemplation, and enjoying northern Idaho’s spectacular seasonal changes. For more information visit uiweb.uidaho.edu/arboretum

BISHOPS’ ORCHARD, GARFIELD, WA At Bishops’ Orchard you have the opportunity to harvest and process fruit using the same methods as those employed by past generations on farms throughout rural America. A beautiful drive from Pullman, they offer a broad variety of apples and pears on a U-Pick basis, beginning in early September and typically running through October. They also have cider presses so you can press your own cider. Not a dog and pony show; they are a genuine, working orchard. For more information visit bishop-orchard.com

WSU HUMANITAS FESTIVAL This multiple day early fall festival is a celebration of world arts, features world music, dance, cuisine, workshops and more. Call (509) 335-8522 for concert locations and times. performingarts.wsu.edu

TAKE THE INLAND NORTHWEST ALE TRAIL! Traverse the beautiful Palouse in search of your favorite local brew. A touring challenge of five breweries and cider houses from Fairfield, Washington to Clarkston/Lewiston. Every venue has its own personality reflected in the award winning brews they craft, and there is always a supply of seasonals on hand. Gotta catch ‘em all! Virtual tour and complete list of breweries available at pullmanchamber.com

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Fall Events “And Then There Were None”, Pullman Civic Theatre pullmancivictheatre.org Autumn Arts & Crafts Festival, October 2017, Pullman Find them on Facebook Fall Performance TBD rtoptheatre.org For more updated information on events please visit pullmanchamber.com


Winter Visitors love the Palouse in summer, and winter offers activities for the active sportsperson or the quiet enthusiast. Snow usually falls sometime between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day and skiing is only ninety minutes away. Trails offer cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The best raptor viewing is in winter, when the trees are leafless. Or spoil yourself at one of our spas, do some holiday shopping, or get jazzed at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO LIONEL HAMPTON JAZZ FESTIVAL, MOSCOW This annual February tradition brings some 10,000 young musicians and collegians as well as internationally-revered jazz artists to campus for four days of performances, workshops and world class evening concerts. Details at uidaho.edu/jazzfest

INDOOR CLIMBING WALL Keep in shape by climbing indoors. Try the Climbing Wall located in the University of Idaho Student Recreation Center, the most comprehensive climbing facility of its kind in North America – featuring a 55-foot pillar and 6,000 square feet of climbing area. For more information, please call (208) 885-6381. Or visit the climbing wall at Washington State University, located in Court 7 of the Student Rec Center. Ranging from vertical walls to a bouldering cave, this meets the needs of both beginning and experienced climbers. For more information call (509) 335-1892

BIRDING IN PULLMAN Choose any of the trails in and around Pullman for great viewing of our area raptors. From hawks, osprey and owls, to the little kestrels, these raptors are highly visible in the winter months hunting rodents among the fields of the Palouse. Be sure to bring your camera! For a complete list of birds and birding hot spots visit palouseaudubon.org

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HOLIDAY FEST AND TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY, PULLMAN This free annual event is always the first Saturday in December. Downtown Pullman comes alive with holiday lights, music and family friendly activities. Santa arrives on a fire truck to hear Christmas wishes. Kids 12 & under can take part in a Jingle Bell Fun Run, with proceeds benefitting the YMCA of the Palouse. For details visit pullmanchamber.com

Winter Events Chocolate Decadence, 2nd Thursday in November, Pullman pullmanchamber.com “Babes in Toyland”, Pullman pullmancivictheatre.org “Cirque Zuma Zuma”, January 28, 2017, performingarts.wsu.edu/ Anderson & Roe Piano Duo, February 11, 2017, performingarts.wsu.edu/ “A Funny Things Happened on the Way to the Forum”, February 2017 Pullman rtoptheatre.org Holiday Fest and tree lighting, first Saturday in December, Pullman pullmanchamber.com For more updated information on events please visit pullmanchamber.com

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The Palouse Scenic Byway Discover what makes ‘The Palouse’ such an incredible region, as you explore the Palouse Scenic Byway with 208-miles of winding, scenic roadways and charming communities that exist in three directions beyond the culture rich communities of Pullman and Moscow. Pullman serves as a hub for some great day trips to outlying small towns. For information please visit palousescenicbyway.org

North—Palouse, Garfield, Rosalia, Tekoa PALOUSE Just 15 minutes north of Pullman lays a thriving art community called Palouse. Known for charming antique and gift shops, small cafes and bakeries, it’s a great stop or destination. Public restrooms are conveniently located downtown and they also have the Palouse RV Park. Plan your visit Thursday through Saturday, when most businesses are open. History buffs and those that would like to learn more can visit the Roy M. Chatters Newspaper and Printing Museum, which has the largest archived collection of Whitman County are newspapers and the equipment once used to print them. The museum also houses a great deal of Palouse’s local history in photos and artifacts. Palouse has one of the oldest and most beautiful city parks in the area with picnic structures, playground and outdoor swimming pool. It also makes a convenient place to put in or pull out from kayaking the Palouse River. Check out their website for their many local festivals and special events visitpalouse.com

GARFIELD Situated in the awe inspiring scenery of golden wheat fields, Garfield is a refreshing change from the fast paced hustle and bustle of the modern world. Step back in time at the R.C. McCroskey House, a national historic site. The town has a beautiful park, swimming pool and you can stop for coffee and shopping at the Meet Shop Too! In September and October, it’s u-pick apple harvest time at Bishops’ Orchard. You can even press your own cider. Just outside of town is the Elberton fish pond, stocked with fish, for kids 14 and under. garfieldwa.com

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ROSALIA Steptoe Battlefield marks the location where the last Indian victory over the U.S. Army occurred in May of 1858. This historic battle with 158 mounted troops, facing between 600 and 1,200 warriors, ended with a cease-fire that gave an opportunity for Colonel Steptoe’s escape back to Fort Walla Walla. Check out the Rosalia Museum for exhibits on this, as well as a meteorite that was found near Rosalia. For information on the town, stop at their Visitor’s Center, which is housed in a renovated Texaco Station, originally built in 1923.

TEKOA Halfway between Spokane and Pullman on scenic highway 27, Tekoa is the perfect stop for those with a passion for photography, bicycling, golf, farming, and history. Visit the landmark art deco style Empire Theatre built in 1940. Order a latte at the coffee shop next door and then tour 3 floors of the Tekoa Museum. Stay for a meal at one of our hometown restaurants. Photographic opportunities surround Tekoa, including the old Milwaukee Railroad Trestle, hang gliders floating off Tekoa Mountain, 1909 Old City Hall building, and nearby Steptoe Butte. Snap an image one of the old barns or bounty of wheat, barley, lentils, and garbanzo beans in the fields. Tekoa is a thriving community that supports over 20 small businesses and an airport. For more information, or arrange a tour of one of the landmarks by calling City Hall at (509) 284-3861. Visit tekoachamber.com

West—Colfax, Almota, Snake River COLFAX A community that is alive with small town friendliness and serves as the county seat. Colfax was named in honor of Schuyler Colfax, who was vice president during President U.S. Grant’s first administration (1869-73). James A. Perkins was cofounder and first permanent resident of Colfax. Shortly after his arrival in 1870, he began building a log cabin in which the first Republican convention in the county was held in 1872. Now feel free to drive through town and stop for coffee or a meal at one of their restaurants or play a round of golf at a beautiful 9-hole course situated on the Palouse River.


SNAKE RIVER & WAWAWAI PARK Located at Boyer Park and Marina 22 miles southwest of Pullman, the Snake River Trail stretches 4.5 miles from the bank of historic Almota Creek, which was a Lewis and Clark Expedition stop, through Boyer Park and eastward to the base of Lower Granite Dam. The trail features accessible and non-motorized access as well as a series of interpretive signs dealing with the Columbia Snake River system, dams, geology and transport of commodities. The park also provides fishing, swimming and boat ramp. Contact Boyer Park (509) 397-3208 Wawawai Park is 16 miles southwest of Pullman, is a beautiful park with picnic facilities, camping, fishing, and a hiking trail. For more information visit whitmancounty.org

glass, stenciled décor and oil painted Stations of the Cross. Tours are available. Pick up some coffee and fresh baked goodies at the New Sage Baking Company. A great stop for treasure hunting with half a dozen antique and second hand shops. More history, details about businesses, services and events can be found at uniontown.us

LOWER GRANITE LOCK AND DAM A great escape to a warmer climate 27 miles southwest of Pullman along the Snake River. They have a fish viewing room, theater, and interpretive displays. Guided tours available. Those over 18 should bring photo ID. Lower Granite Dam Visitor Center is open 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. They provide guided tours of the project Saturday's and Sunday's at 10:00 a.m., 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. May 1st through October 31st. For information contact (509) 843-1493 ext 262

LACROSSE Small Stone Houses were built between 1934 and 1936 by Clint Dobson, a local businessman. Three houses and three cabins were built of basalt stones gathered from the area as rental units for local farm hands and workers. These quaint little houses are in the process of renovation, with a possible Ice Age Flood museum encompassing one.

SOUTH—Colton, Uniontown

Colton The Colton story began in 1878 when L.J. Wolford, Roy Woodworth and Dr. Cole, being dissatisfied with the proprietor of Uniontown, decided to found a town of their own. The name came from the first three letters of Dr. Cole’s last name and the last three letters of Mr. Wolford’s son, Clinton. Visit St. Gall’s Catholic Church built in 1905 which retains the original architecture and stained glass windows. Stop in Dave’s Golf and Guns, or schedule some target practice at the Colton Gun Club. Colton is famous for its holiday lights which can be viewed from the comfort of your car anytime in December.

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Paradise on the Snake River! Boyer Park & Marina offers RV and tent camping, rustic cabins, hotel rooms, boat moorage, great food, and much more!

UNIONTOWN Settled by German immigrants from Minnesota in the 1870s’, Uniontown offers a great experience for those who stop. When the Dahmen Barn was donated to the community in 2004, volunteers rolled up their sleeves and donated over 5,000 hours to transform the building into an artisan center. Located behind the famous fence of over 1,000 iron wagon wheels, this fully accessible facility provides studio space for artists and also hosts live performances, special artist receptions and offers classes and workshops. Be sure to get up close and personal to Wheeletta Wholesteele, the larger-than-life metal cow sculpture adjacent to the highway. Stop in and see St. Boniface Church, the first consecrated Catholic Church in the state of Washington. It houses the original five altars, statues, stained

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Events in the North

Events in the West

First Saturday Market, June – October, Tekoa, WA, Palouse Empire Plowing Bee 3rd weekend in April, Colfax WA tekoachamber.com colfaxchamber.org St. Paddy’s in Palouse, March 17, Palouse, WA, LaCrosse Farmer’s Festival, mid-June, find them on facebook lacrossewa.us.org May Day Celebration, 3rd Saturday in May, Garfield, WA, Perkins House Ice Cream Social, last Sunday in June, Colfax, WA garfieldwa.com colfaxchamber.org Rosalia Battle Days, 1st Saturday in June, Rosalia, WA, Concrete River Festival, July, Colfax, WA rosaliabattledays.org concreteriverfestival.com Slippery Gulch Celebration, 3rd Saturday in June, Tekoa, WA, Palouse Empire Threshing Bee, Labor Day, Colfax, WA tekoachamber.com colfaxchamber.org Palouse Ice Cream Social, mid-July, Palouse, WA, Palouse Empire Fair, September, Colfax, WA visitpalouse.com palouseempirefair.org Community Wide Yard Sale, last Saturday in July, Garfield, WA, Lighted Christmas Parade, December, Colfax, WA garfieldwa.com colfaxchamber.org Palouse Music Festival, late July, Palouse WA, For more updated information on events please visit visitpalouse.com pullmanchamber.com Multi-town Garage Sale, 1st Saturday in August, Tekoa, WA, tekoachamber.com Palouse Days, mid-September, Palouse, WA, visitpalouse.com German Sausage Feed, first Sunday in March, Uniontown, WA Orchard Festival, late September/Early October, Garfield, WA, uniontown.us garfieldwa.com Jubilee Days, late-July, Colton, WA Harvest Celebration, 1st Saturday in October, Latah, Flea Market & Community Yard Sale, countryhearts&hands.com 3rd Saturday in August, Uniontown, WA Haunted Palouse, two weekends in October, Palouse, WA, uniontown.us visitpalouse.com Old Fashioned Sunday, mid-September, Uniontown, WA Small Business Saturday, last Saturday in November, Tekoa, WA, artisanbarn.org tekoachamber.com Holiday Gift Gala, first Saturday in December, Uniontown, WA Christmas Festival, first Sunday in December, Garfield, WA, artisanbarn.org garfieldwa.com For more updated information on events please visit pullmanchamber.com

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Photography Tips Time of Year Velvety green hills appear on the Palouse in late April and peak near late June, with wildflowers growing mostly on uncultivated areas during May and June. Grass fields are harvested beginning in late June to early July, and harvest of other crops occurs around late July through early September, depending on the location and weather. Time of Day Generally, photographing the Palouse in the early morning or late afternoon/early evening provides the best light needed for showing off the shapes of hills and textures of fields and barn wood. Low side-lighting at these times creates shadows that make the hills more visible and dramatic. If you don't have much time to photograph, concentrate your efforts during these time periods. Encourage Your Creativity Popular photographic locations are often photographed repeatedly by many people, so try to photograph your subject with your own creative spirit. The Palouse is not just about the hills! Consider farm equipment, waterways, flora, fauna, close-ups, non-cultivated scenes, people and towns. Change your physical relationship to the landscape to see something new. Crouch low to the ground, lay on your back or side, ride a bike, walk over a hill, get off the trail, shoot in "lousy" weather or lighting conditions — all of these things can result in unique photos. Carry A Tripod A tripod allows you to use slower shooting speeds without blur resulting from camera movement (unless you want that for creative effect). This allows you to choose a small aperture (higher f-stop), which provides greater depth of field (the area of the scene that is in focus). You won’t need or want a tripod for every shot, but when you find yourself viewing gorgeous light over a broad landscape, you'll be glad you have it with you, especially if you want to enlarge your pictures. Lenses A wide angle lens is helpful for depicting expansive landscapes. Composing your picture with a smaller subject in the foreground, such as a rock outcrop or flowers, will give perspective to a scene which also contains a more distant landscape. Use the

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“Magic Light Over the Palouse Hills”. Early morning light, dramatic weather conditions and a high aerial perspective make this a very special photo of the Palouse hills. Alison Meyer, alisonmeyerphotography.com

smallest aperture possible to bring all parts of the scene into the best focus possible. Abstract, graphic images can be created by using a long lens to capture a narrow section of landscape. When photographing the hills from a distance with a long lens, the hills can appear compressed and compactly rippled. If the atmosphere isn't clear, the haze lends a softness to the photo which can be painterly and interesting. Ask Permission! Returning the kindness to landowners who are welcoming to the cars and photographers stopped on their roadsides and driveways can go a long way toward keeping these locals amenable to future visits. Apparently abandoned barns and old homesteads, and cultivated fields in Idaho and Washington, are not public domain. Get permission to enter agricultural fields and to photograph close to barns and other private property and thank landowners graciously.

BIO

Alison Meyer has been a professional photographer since 1991, selling her photographs to thousands world-wide. Her photography is sold in many shops and galleries, including the Pullman Chamber of Commerce, at the Moscow Farmers Market, and on her website, www. AlisonMeyerPhotography.com. Alison’s photographs are displayed in homes and work places on six continents and have appeared in numerous magazines and books, including her books “Palouse Perspective” and “The Palouse ~ A Favorite Place” and her Palouse calendars since 2004, as well as in many commercial displays and advertisements. Alison was also featured in IdahoPTV’s Outdoor Idaho’s “Picturing Idaho” and the documentary “Visions on the Palouse”. AlisonMeyerPhotography.com Facebook.com/AlisonMeyerPhotography


Taste

Fujiyama’s Japanese Steak House

Local is the key word on the Palouse when it comes to food. We have a strong food heritage here with productive agriculture surrounding Pullman. Have you fallen in love with Cougar Gold Mac and Cheese? Unique restaurants offer all things “Palouse” with amazing diversity, creativity and atmosphere. And for the ultimate locavore taste, pair your meal with a local wine, craft beer or cider.

BIRCH & BARLEY, PULLMAN A hearty selection on the menu, from bites and burgers to salmon and steak. The bar is well primed with signature drinks. 1360 SE Bishop Blvd (509) 332-0108 facebook.com/BirchandBarley

THE CLIFF ROOM AT THE HILLTOP INN, PULLMAN The Hilltop Steak & Bake is a long time tradition as are the Cougar Gold Mushrooms. Complete with a full bar and a view of the entire Pullman valley. 928 NW Olsen St, Pullman (509) 332-0928 hilltopinnpullman.com

SOUTH FORK PUBLIC HOUSE, PULLMAN Classic comfort food kicked up by several notches and a comprehensive bar that backs it up. 1680 S Grand Ave (509) 332-3675 southforkpublichouse.com

FUJIYAMA’S JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE, PULLMAN Entrées are prepared in front of you at the Hibachi grill tables. Their chefs are experienced and know how to turn a regular night into a memorable one. 1200 SE Bishop Blvd

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BANYAN’S ON THE RIDGE, PULLMAN Overlooking the 18th green of the golf course, the view is incredible. An expansive menu with a variety of choices and a full bar. 1260 NE Palouse Ridge Dr (509) 335-8474 banyansontheridge.com

FOUNDRY KITCHEN & COCKTAILS Rustic American comfort food, a beautiful patio and a full bar with signature drinks. 125 SE Spring St (509) 334-3395 facebook.com/Foundry-Kitchen-Cocktails-889542044477540/ For a complete list of dining options see page 56 of the membership directory

This is also a place to talk directly with the craftsman who brew, bottle and cork. Our family-run operations use the grand diversity of raw materials and give us a unique opportunity to make a wide variety of locally sourced products. Call ahead and arrange a tour with one of the friendly staff.

PARADISE CREEK BREWERY, PULLMAN Situated in a National Historic Registered building, the Brewery features a friendly pub that serves homemade food and also has a full bar. Award winning beers made on premise flow as you watch your favorite sports or listen to great music in a comfortable relaxing atmosphere. They also offer kegs to go. All ages welcome. 245 SE Paradise (509) 338-9463 paradisecreekbrewery.com

RANTS & RAVES BREWERY & GRILL, MOSCOW Craft brewery and family friendly grill with small treats and big eats. 308 N Jackson rantsravesbrewery.com

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ZYTHUM BREWING COMPANY, FAIRFIELD Located in the original Fairfield hardware store, this brewery has joined the crusade for great beer. 101 N Railroad Ave (509) 998-6263 zythumbc.com

MERRY CELLARS, PULLMAN Winemaker Patrick Merry produces both red and white premium varieties, all from Washington fruit. They also have a collection of fine chocolates. You are invited to sample finely crafted wines on their lovely patio or mingle in the barrel room and tour their state of the art facility. 1300 NE Henley Ct (509) 338-4699 merrycellars.com

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WAWAWAI CANYON WINERY, UNIONTOWN, WA

MJ’S POT SHOP

Producing wines with exceptional balance. Taste their newest releases, and celebrate the pioneering spirit of the Palouse. 202 S Montgomery St, Uniontown (509) 338-4916 wawawaicanyon.com

1335 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman (509) 332-5203 mjspotshoppullman.com

COUGAR RED DISTILLERY, PULLMAN New to Pullman since 2015 and making quality, award winning craft spirits from local agriculture. CRD Fin and Vodka is distilled with Washington State apples. 1252 Orville Boyd Rd (509) 332-2635 cougarreddistillery.com

ETCETERA MARIJUANA RETAIL Selling a wide variety of marijuana strains, edibles, oils and waxes, recreational marijuana was legalized in the November 2012 election and is regulated by the Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board. Tax revenue collected benefits healthcare and education. The majority of our hotels are smoke-free. Seventy-five percent of Washington State’s hotels are non-smoking so it is recommended that you check with your hotel before smoking marijuana in a hotel room. Some of the Basics: You must be 21 or older to have or use retail marijuana DO NOT sell or give retail marijuana to minors. It is illegal. DO NOT drive while high. It is illegal. DO NOT consume marijuana in public. It is illegal. DO NOT take marijuana out of the state. It is illegal. For more information on Washington State’s legal marijuana laws, visit the state’s I-502 website

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SATORI PULLMAN 1330 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman (509) 332-0160 satoripullman.com

THE BUD HUT 5602 SR 270, Pullman (509) 334-2788 budhut.net

Featured Events Cougar Wine Connections Showcase Series, before home football games at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center, visitor.wsu.edu/WineShowcase Colfax Wine & Beer Tasting Event, visitcolfax.com Merry Cellars Spring Release, merrycellars.com National Lentil Festival Poster Unveiling & Wine vs Brew Event, early June, lentilfest.com Summer Concert Series, select Saturdays, merrycellars.com Merry Cellars Holiday Barrel Tasting, December, merrycellars.com For more events and updated information, please visit pullmanchamber.com


25 free things to do on the Palouse

1. Walk, bike or rollerblade on the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail. It connects both communities to 35 miles of paved trails. pullmanchamber.com 2. See the bears at the WSU Grizzly Bear Research Center, the only one in the world. In winter they will be hibernating. nrs.wsu. edu/Research/Bear-Center 3. The WSU Museum of Art serves creativity and innovation through artists from around the globe. With ever-changing exhibits, find their schedule and hours at museum. wsu.edu 4. Do some thriftiqueing on the Palouse. Check out the small towns for an antique or consignment store! See page 10 5. Tiptoe through the tulips at Lawson Gardens in Pullman. pullman-wa.gov 6. Whitman County Parks and Rec presents some information through their Evening Campfire Programs offered in the spring and summer months. whitmancounty.org 7. Watch award winning cheese and ice cream being made at Ferdinand’s, the WSU Creamery. public.wsu.edu/ creamery 8. Discover the architectural history of downtown Pullman with ‘A Walking Tour’ brochure and follow the route around town! Pick up a free copy at the Pullman Chamber of Commerce

9. Palouse Falls, is a must see (watch for signs at Washtucna on Hwy 26). You will find the Washington State Waterfall which is higher than Niagara Falls. Requires a Discover Pass. parkswa.reachlocal.net 10. Watch artists in action at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown and get inspired. artisanbarn.org 11. Learn about Environmental Stewardship at the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute. pcei.org 12. Get in a round of disc golf at Sunnyside Park and U of I Campus!Don’t worry, no one is good at this sport. pullmanchamber.com 13. Jump off the rocks or bake in the sun at Granite Point. Everybody does it. 14. Take a step back in time at the McConnell Mansion in Moscow. Tues – Sat, 1-4pm by donation. latahcountyhistoricalsociety. org 15. Gaze across time and space at Steptoe Butte (off Hwy 195 at Steptoe). On a clear day you can see 4 different states from there! parks.wa.gov 16. Catch a fish at Spring Valley Reservoir. Make a day of it. idaho-fishing.com

17. Get Fresh! Our very own Farmers Markets start Mid-May through October. On Wednesday in Pullman and Saturdays in Moscow. pullmanchamber.com 18. Go on a wild flower hike at Kamiak Butte! Print off their brochure and do a self-led nature hike. whitmancounty.org 19. Kids will love the Virgil Phillips Farm in Latah County. Activities galore in this great outdoor classroom environment. sbs.wsu. edu 20. Take friends/family photos at the University of Idaho Arboretum. Very quiet, very pretty. uiweb.uidaho.edu/arboretum 21. See if you can spot the resident bald eagle at Idler’s Rest just northeast of Moscow. You may even see a moose! 22. Enjoy a summer concert in the park! Wednesday nights in Reaney Park in Pullman. pullmanparksandrec.com 23. Take in the views with a bike ride or walk on Moscow Mountain. There are many trails to choose from. bikemoscow.org 24. Take a dip in the Blue Lagoons, just a short drive past Moose Creek Reservoir. fishandgame.idaho.gov 25. And finally, check out the latest events and happenings on our website! pullmanchamber.com

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HOTELS & MOTELS PULLMAN, WA American Travel Inn 515 S Grand Ave (509) 334-3500 Microwave/fridge, free WiFi, pets ok Coug Housing 820 NE Colorado Ste C (509) 332-5180 Cougarland Motel 150 W Main St (509) 334-3535 Complimentary breakfast, kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, free WiFi, pets ok Hilltop Inn 928 NW Olsen St (509) 332-0928 Complimentary breakfast, swimming pool, pets ok hilltopinnpullman.com Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 1190 SE Bishop Blvd (509) 334-4437 Complimentary breakfast, swimming pool, free WiFi, pets ok holidayinnexpress.com/pullmanwa Manor Lodge Motel 455 SE Paradise (509) 334-2511 Complimentary breakfast, kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, free WiFi, pets ok Nendel’s Inn 915 SE Main St (509) 332-2646 Complimentary breakfast, kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, free WiFi, pets ok pullmannendelsinn.com Quality Inn Paradise Creek 1400 SE Bishop Blvd (509) 332-0500 Complimentary breakfast, kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, outdoor pool, free WiFi, pets ok qualityinn.com/hotel-pullmanwashington-WA015 Residence Inn in Pullman at WSU 1225 NE Fairway Rd (509) 332-4400 131 rooms, business center, indoor pool, fitness room, guest laundry, dining area wsuresidenceinn.com

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MOSCOW, ID Best Western Plus University Inn 1516 W Pullman Rd (208) 882-0550, (800) 325-8765 Complimentary breakfast, suites, 2 restaurant/bar, indoor pool/spa, fitness room, free WiFi, pets ok with non-refundable deposit uinnmoscow.com Fairfield Inn & Suites 1000 W Pullman Rd (208) 882-4600 Complimentary breakfast, suites, indoor pool & spa, fitness room, free WiFi, dogs ok with non-refundable deposit marriott.com Hillcrest Motel 706 N Main (208) 882-7579 Idaho Inn 645 W Pullman Rd (208) 885-1480 Kitchenettes, microwave/fridge idahoinn.com La Quinta Inn 185 Warbonnet Dr (208) 882-5365 Complimentary breakfast, microwave/fridge, indoor pool, free WiFi, pets ok lq.com Moscow/Pullman Bedfinders 2673 Weymouth St (208) 301-6162 moscowpullmanbedfinders.com Palouse Inn 101 Baker (208) 882-5511, (888) 882-5511 Outdoor pool, Free WiFi palouseinn.com Royal Motor Inn 120 W Sixth (208) 882-2581 OUTSIDE PULLMAN Best Western Wheatland Inn 701 N Main St, Colfax (509) 397-0397 Complimentary breakfast, kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, pool, free WiFi, pets ok bestwesternwashington.com/colfaxhotels Siesta Motel 615 S Main, Colfax (509) 397-3417 Kitchenettes, microwave/fridge, free WiFi, pets ok siestamotelcolfax.com

BED & BREAKFAST PULLMAN, WA Airway Hills Vacation Rentals 4811 Airport Rd (509) 872-3092 Airwayhills.com/vacationrental.aspx Wesson Barn Loft & Bunk House 284 Hayward Rd (509) 338-5030 wessonbarnloft.com wessonbunkhouse.com MOSCOW, ID Andriette’s Bed, Book & Bicycle 115 North Polk St (208) 882-2756 andriettes.blogspot.com/ The Bella Vista Farm Shultz and W Twin Rd (208) 301-3588 thebellavistafarm.com Browne Block Guesthouse Above the Winery 112 South Main #2 (208) 883-3661 Amenities: Kitchenette, free WiFi, pets ok browneblockguesthouse.com Little Green Guesthouse 1020 S Adams St (208) 669-1654 littlegreenguesthouse.com Meadowinds Bed & Breakfast & Chapel 2493 Blaine Rd (208) 882-7907 meadowinds.org Peterson Barn Guesthouse 847 Travois Way (208) 882-4620 petersonbarn.com Red Pheasant House 1845 Orchard Ave (208) 882-3400 redpheasanthouse.com Sixth Street Retreat 441 E 6th St (208) 669-0763 sixthstreetretreat.com Wylie Lauder House Bed & Breakfast 1320 Deakin Ave Ext (208) 883-5593 wylielauderhouse.blogspot.com

BED & BREAKFAST/ OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS OUTSIDE PULLMAN The Bagott House, Overnight Accommodations 105 West Church Street, Palouse (509) 878-1683 thebagotthouse.com Parsonage Bed & Breakfast 25452 State Route 127, LaCrosse (509) 549-3686 dustyparsonage.com Illinois Street House 620 W Illinois St, Palouse (509) 878-1226 facebook.com/illinoisstreethouse Palouse Roadhouse 121 E Main St, Palouse (509) 595-0754 facebook.com/Palouse-Roadhouse Riverside Retreat and Inn 105 W Main St, Palouse (208) 301-8014 riversideretreatandinn.com The Churchyard Inn 206 Saint Boniface St, Uniontown (509) 229-3200 churchyardinn.com The Potting Shed Guesthouse 911 S East St, Colfax (509) 397-2014 thepottingshedguesthouse.com

CAMPING & RV SITES WASHINGTON Pullman City RV Park 775 South St, Pullman (509) 338-3227 Hook-ups: 19 full including cable TV. 10 tent sites Reservations accepted, RV Dump Station, pets on leash, no restrooms. Shower at Pullman Aquatic Center. pullman-wa.gov/departments/ parks-a-recreation/rv-park University Mobile Home & RV Park 570 Benewah St, Pullman (509) 334-5701 Hook-ups: 6 full Monthly & weekly rentals, long term parking welcome, pets ok


Walmart Supercenter 1690 SE Harvest Dr, Pullman (509) 334-2990 Hook-ups:none RV parking allowed free of charge. Limit 3 days

Palouse Empire Fairgrounds Colfax (509) 397-6263 Hook-ups: 60 full, 10 partial RV Dump Station palouseempirefair.org/

City of Pullman RV Dump Station 1025 Guy St, Pullman The Pullman city dump station is located next to the old animal shelter. Look for a sign that says “RV Dump”

Boyer Park & Marina 1753 Granite Rd, Colfax (509) 397-3208 Hook-ups: 36 full, 16 partial. Tent sites available Restrooms, showers, laundry. Picnic tables, beach, boat ramp. Pets on leash. Restaurant and general store. boyerpark.com

Kamiak Butte County Park 900 Kamiak Butte Park Rd, Palouse (509) 397-6238 Hook-ups: none Restrooms, picnic tables, grills, playground whitmancounty.org Palouse RV Park 490 W Main St, Palouse (509) 878-1811 Hook-ups: 10 full Picnic tables, playground, seasonal pool. Pets ok. Visitpalouse.com/rvpark.html

Wawawai County Park 13501 Wawawai Rd, Colton (509) 397-6238 Hook-ups: none. 4 pull through, 5 pull in. Tent camping available Restrooms, picnic tables, playground, fire pits, grills Whitmancounty.org Rosalia RV Park 823 S Park, Rosalia (509) 523-5991 Hook-ups: 6 full Seasonal restrooms and pool, tennis & basketball courts, pets on leash

Chief Timothy Park 13766 Hwy 12, Clarkston (877) 444-6777 Hook-ups: 32 full, 29 partial, tent sites available. 4 cabins, restrooms, showers, grey water dump. Boat launch (fee) stateparks.com/chief_timothy.html Palouse Falls State Park 110 S Main, Washtucna (509) 646-9218 Hook-ups: none, 10 without Restroom, ADA access, pets on leash stateparks.com/palouse_falls.html IDAHO Latah County Fairgrounds 1021 Harold, Moscow (208) 883-5722 Hook-ups: 5 full and many power only. Dry camping spots are free RV Dump Station, pets on leash latah.id.us/fair/ Green Acres RV 2922 Hwy 95 S, Moscow (208) 882-7487 Hook-ups: 6 spots power only. No tent camping Picnic tables. No restrooms

Renaissance RV Park 1651 Carmichael Rd, Moscow (208) 610-4078 Hook-ups: 15 full Picnic tables, close to Latah Trail, no restrooms Robinson Park 5158 Robinson Park Rd, Moscow (208) 883-5709 Hook-ups: 5 spots power only. 5 with no hook-ups Picnic tables, pets on leash latah.id.us/parksrecreation/ Scenic 6 RV Park 125 6th St, Potlatch (208) 875-1117 Hook-ups: 22 full & partial available Restrooms and showers, playground nearby cityofpotlatch.web.officelive.com/ Scenic6RVPark.aspx Pines RV Park 4510 Hwy 6, Harvard (208) 661-4271 Hook-ups: 17 full, tent camping available Restrooms, showers, picnic tables, reception hall, volleyball, horseshoes, fire pits, pets on leash pinesrvpark@moscow.com

130 Deluxe Guest Rooms & Suites Complimentary Breakfast Buffet Indoor Pool • Spa & Fitness Room

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Meet CONSIDER PULLMAN FOR YOUR NEXT MEETING The Palouse inspires creativity with nontraditional locations! Exceptional venues for meetings, retreats, sporting events and family reunions. How about a wedding in a beautiful barn? Or a business conference with engaging technology? We can offer more than 1,700 lodging accommodations with a new facility opening in 2017.

PULLMAN The Armory (509) 332-2922 / pullmanarmory.com Beasley Coliseum (509) 335-9444 / beasley.wsu.edu Banyan’s on the Ridge (509) 335-8474 / banyansontheridge.com The BellTower Event Venue (509) 334-3182 / belltowerpullman.com The Dahmen Barn (509) 229-3414 / artisanbarn.org

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Pullman Chamber of Commerce

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Foundry Kitchen & Cocktails (509) 339-7727 facebook.com/Foundry-Kitchen-Cocktails Gladish Community & Cultural Center (509) 332-8081 / gladishcommunity.org Hilltop Inn (509) 332-0928 / hilltopinnpullman.com Holiday Inn Express (509) 334-4437 / hiexpress.com/pullmanwa Lawson Gardens (509) 338-3227 / pullman-wa.gov Merry Cellars Winery (509) 338-4699 / merrycellars.com Quality Inn (509) 332-0500 / choicehotels.com Red Barn Farms (509) 995-6335 / red-barn-farms.com Residence Inn Pullman at Washington State University (509) 332-4400 / wsuresidenceinn.com SEL Event Center (509) 334-5050 / seleventcenter.com

The Seasoned House (509) 339-9160 / theseasonedhouse.com WSU Compton Union Building (509) 335-9444 cub.wsu.edu/meetings-events

MOSCOW Kibbie Dome at University of Idaho (208) 885-6956 1912 Center (208) 669-2249 / 1912center.org Best Western Plus University Inn (800) 325-8765 / uinnmoscow.com Eastside Marketplace (208) 882-1533 / eastsidemarketplace.com Fairfield Inn & Suites (208) 882-4600 / marriott.com LaQuinta Inn & Suites (208) 883-5365 / lq.com For a complete list of caterers visit pullmanchamber.com


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Pullman Welcomes You!

It is my pleasure on behalf of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce to welcome you to Pullman! Whether you are in Pullman for the day, studying at Washington State University (WSU) for a few years or are a life-long resident, it is my hope that you take the time to experience the activities and attractions Pullman has to offer. Located in the beautiful Palouse, Pullman combines the benefits of small-town living with the cultural opportunities and vibrance made possible by its close proximity to a world class academic institution, Washington State University. This activities guide highlights just a few of the reasons local residents love living, working and doing business in Pullman.

STANDARD OF LIVING - Bloomberg Business Week has ranked Pullman as “the best place to raise your kids” in the state of Washington. Pullman boasts a low crime rate, convenient access to parks and recreational facilities, a modest cost of living, access to high quality medical care and an outstanding public education system. The Pullman School District has been regularly recognized as among the best in the state and benefits from a high level of public support. Pullman High School’s recent remodel has provided students access to cutting edge technology and facilities which will ensure the outstanding education Pullman residences have come to expect will continue for future generations. ENTERTAINMENT - Bustling with the energy and excitement of the university, Pullman offers a variety of entertainment options.

Sports fans can enjoy PAC-12 athletics as they cheer WSU’s 12 NCAA teams to victory. Both WSU and local community groups present outstanding theatrical productions and concerts year-round. A variety of activities are available throughout the Pullman area, including movies, bowling, laser tag, putt-putt golf, and many more. For those interested in beer or wine tasting, twelve local wineries and breweries provide an outstanding variety of craft beer and Washington wine.

RECREATION - Pullman provides outstanding recreational opportunities and facilities. Our metropolitan parks district maintains the city’s

seventeen distinct parks, comprised of 145 acres. Fifteen miles of city pathways and trails make it easy for residents to walk, run or bike anywhere in the city. In May of 2016, Pullman was designated one of the top “green transportation” cities in the nation and was ranked as the tenth best “walk to work” community in the country by streetsblog.org. Whether you are interested in hiking, fishing, cycling, field sports or virtually any other outside activity, there is no shortage of locations to explore.

PULLMAN BUSINESS - Pullman has a thriving business community which is invested in and supportive of the citizens it serves. From hightech industry to retail stores, hotels, specialty shops and restaurants, Pullman has something for everyone. Explore the town by taking some time to shop, dine or find the perfect gift. The Pullman Chamber is proud of our beautiful city and hope you enjoy your time here. I encourage you to discover for yourself why Pullman is a great place to live, work and do business. Robert W. Rembert Robert W. Rembert, President Pullman Chamber of Commerce

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History

Located at the junction of three streams (South Fork of the Palouse River, Missouri Flat Creek and Dry Creek) in what is now the downtown area Pullman (first known as “Three Forks”) has a rich history going back to the 1870’s. First on the site was Bolin Farr from Missouri who settled on present day Park Street and later built a house there. Second was Daniel McKenzie who came in 1877 and built a small home approximately on the present day location of the Manor Lodge on Paradise Street. In 1881 Farr and McKenzie platted the town site. The town’s application for a post office called “South Palouse” was rejected by the Post Office Department. The next application with the town name of Pullman was accepted. One theory is that the adopted name came from George Pullman, the king of the great railroad sleeping car. When informed of the town’s action, the railroad magnate reportedly donated $50 to start a city library. Soon after, McKenzie invited Mark True to come from Moscow and establish a hotel here. The result was the Palace Hotel located on the southeast corner of Paradise and Kamiaken Streets. The town’s first artesian well was discovered while drilling a well for the hotel. These wells soon attracted newcomers to the area. Railroads came from the west and the north and the town grew and incorporated in 1888. After Washington gained statehood in 1888, there was fierce competition among the towns east of the Cascades to be the location of the land grant college. The award went to Pullman, the “Artesian City”, and the town was forever changed. The Washington State College was established on the northeast part of Pullman in 1889 opening with 21 students, and the town entered a new era. That small school is now Washington State University with branches in other parts of the state.

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WSU Museum of Art

Regional Theatre of the Palouse

Reasons to retire right—here

The national trend for ‘boomers’ is to retire to college towns because of the various amenities. Locals get the advantage of living within an eight mile radius of two distinguished universities, yet in a small community. Pullman is located 75 miles south of Spokane, and just minutes from Pullman Regional Airport. In the midst of wheat fields sits a world class university, providing a Pac 12 college life with sport and spirit. Whether you are a Washington State University alum or not, you’ll learn to speak ‘Coug’ through athletic events on campus. High Quality of Life, with a modest cost of living – Not only is Pullman home of WSU, it also has several start up tech companies who have chosen to grow roots right here on the Palouse! There are many rental and retirement living options, the median housing price is below the national average, there are no state income taxes and the property taxes are low. World Class Physicians and Facilities – Pullman Regional Hospital is an award winning critical access hospital which consistently runs in the top 5% nationally for patient satisfaction. It houses da Vinci Robotic Assisted Surgical Technology, a first in the region. Pullman is also a home base for Life Flight Network, a nationally recognized not-for-profit air medical service offering low cost membership for their mobile intensive care unit in case of a major medical emergency. Numerous Cultural Offerings – Pullmanites have the option to enjoy a plethora of cultural events and activities provided by departments and clubs from WSU, as well as with the talents of our local community. Residents and visitors alike may enjoy a production at one of our

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theatres. A neighborhood band might take you home with classic rock or a headliner the likes of Elton John could give you a night to remember. Nationally Recognized for Low-Crime Rankings – Safewise.com reported that Pullman was rated the fourth safest city in Washington in 2014. Bloomberg Business in 2011 ranked it as the best small town in Washington to raise kids, as the crime rate is nearly invisible. With less than 20 crimes per 1,000 people, Pullman is a community where you can feel safe. Opportunities for Civic Engagement or even part time employment – Pullman features dozens of non-profit organizations that are extremely active in the community. Whether your interest is baking cookies to benefit the town’s 4th of July Celebration, or would prefer pouring beer at the National Lentil Festival to support a local organization such as Whitman County Humane Society, Pullman has numerous options for community minded folk. Extensive City-wide transit and trail systems – Pullman Transit offers bus service on dozens of routes all days of the week throughout Pullman. In addition, they also operate Dial-A-Ride, a senior service with ADA integration. The trail system is great for daily walks, bike rides or even commuters! In addition, Coast Transportation will take just about anyone anywhere at just about any time (donations appreciated). Ready, Set, Action - Retirees benefit from an extremely active Senior Citizen’s Association through Pullman Parks & Rec. Are you up for a bus trip to a theatre in Spokane? Have you been to the Peach Festival in Greenbluff? A Cowboy Supper show in Stateline? The opportunities are here!


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Pullman at a Glance

With a population of just nearly 32,000, Pullman is the pulse of the Palouse, with spectacular natural beauty surrounding its core, while offering urban amenities due to Washington State University perched above it. Ranked #10 of the 100 Smartest Cities in America by Luminosity in 2013, there is a fresh, small town feel, and the locals are welcoming and excited that you are exploring their area. Situated at an elevation of 2,346 feet, it has a mild climate, clean air and four beautiful seasons. Pullman is a great community to relocate and grow a business in!

MILEAGE CHART Number of miles from Pullman to: Moscow, ID.............................................. 8 Lewiston, ID............................................35 Spokane, WA..........................................76 Coeur d’Alene, ID....................................95 Seattle, WA...........................................288 Boise, ID................................................296 Olympia, WA.........................................328 Vancouver, WA......................................339 Portland, OR..........................................347 Butte, MT............................................... 351 San Francisco, CA.................................886

CLIMATE

Climate Temperature Range (Degrees F) Month/Season..................... Low / High January............................................. 24/35 March................................................31/48 May................................................... 42/65 July................................................... 50/82 September.........................................44/74 November......................................... 30/43 Winter................................................23/41 Spring................................................31/64 Summer............................................ 47/82 Fall.....................................................31/72 Temperature Duration Below 32........................................26 Days Above 90........................................ 15 Days Growing Season about................ 131 Days Precipitation (inches/year) Snowfall...............................................38.6 Rain....................................................21.32

WHEAT PRODUCTION IN WHITMAN COUNTY

AREA STATISTICS

Average Elevation:............2,346 feet above sea level Area of City:......................... 10.51 sq. miles Area of County:.......................2,159.4 miles Traffic Signals:......................................... 19 Latitude:.................................. N.46° 43’40” Longitude:....................................W.117° 11’ Average drive time to work........12 minutes

POPULATION PROFILE

Population............................................2015 Pullman............................................32,814 County..............................................48,177

MINIMUM WAGE

As of January, 2016: $11.00

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

Total Whitman Co April 2015: 4.3% Total WA State avg July 2016 5.8% National avg for 2016: 4.9%

COST OF LIVING Composite Index..................................96.2 Grocery Items.................................... 102.8 Housing............................................. 108.0 Utilities.................................................87.0 Transportation.................................... 106.0 Health Care.........................................113.0 Misc. Goods and Services...................101.0

TAX RATES Local & State Retail Tax...................... 7.8% Business & Occupational........none (local) Total city property tax rate......$3.60/$1000 State Income Tax................................ none

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MAJOR EMPLOYERS WSU....................................................2,261 Schweitzer Engineering..................... 1,992 Pullman Regional Hospital....................420 Wal-Mart..............................................250 Pullman School District......................... 301 City of Pullman......................................200 Safeway................................................ 120 The Bookie............................................ 100 Decagon Devices.................................. 100 Shopko................................................... 80 Dissmore’s IGA.......................................72 VMRD......................................................50

REAL ESTATE

Estimated Average Selling Price Pullman....................................... $254,500 Whitman County Overall...............$189,500 2015 Average Rents........................... $681

HOUSING STATISTICS

(as of April 2015) Number of single family dwellings: 4,173 Number of Duplexes: 919 units Number of Multiple dwellings: 7,047 units Number of Manufactured homes: 516 units

TRANSIT 2014 RIDERSHIP FIGURES

Fixed Route...................................1,389,761 Dial-A-Ride..................................... 119,366

PULLMAN-MOSCOW REGIONAL AIRPORT

2015 Boardings................................. 54,533


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GETTING SETTLED

Alternatives to Violence on the Palouse........................ (509) 332-0552 Better Business Bureau................................................. (509) 455-4200 Chamber of Commerce................................................. (509) 334-3565 City Clerk...................................................................... (509) 338-3209 Community Action Center............................................. (509) 334-9147 Community Improvements............................................ (509) 338-3300 Coast Transportation..................................................... (800) 873-9996 Dept. of Licensing (Driving).......................................... (509) 334-2510 Dept. of Licensing (Vehicle).......................................... (509) 334-3648 Neill Public Library........................................................ (509) 334-3595 Palouse Empire Fair Office............................................ (509) 397-6263 Palouse Resource Guide: palouseresource.org Parking Violations Bureau............................................. (509) 334-0802 Post Office..................................................................... (509) 334-3093 Pullman Fire Department.............................................. (509) 332-8172 Pullman Child Welfare.................................................. (509) 338-0801 Pullman Food Bank....................................................... (509) 338-0801

Pullman Food Bank (CAC)............................................ (509) 334-9147 Pullman Parks and Recreation...................................... (509) 338-3227 Pullman Police Department.......................................... (509) 334-0802 Pullman Regional Hospital............................................ (509) 332-2541 Pullman Transit............................................................. (509) 332-6535 Reaney Public Pool........................................................ (509) 332-3221 Road conditions (recording)......................................... 511 Senior Center................................................................ (509) 332-1933 Social Security Office.................................................... (800) 772-1213 TDD for Hearing Impaired............................................. 711 Washington State Patrol............................................... (509) 397-3600 Emergency line............................................................. (800) 283-7803 Whitcom (non emergency)........................................... (509) 332-2521 Whitman County Courthouse........................................ (509) 397-4622 Whitman County Landfill.............................................. (509) 334-2400 Whitman County Parks................................................. (509) 397-6238 WorkSource Pullman.................................................... (509) 332-6549

UTILITIES & SERVICES

Avista Utilities (800) 227-9187 Pullman Disposal (509) 334-1914 City of Pullman Water & Sewer (maintenance) (509) 338-3243 Water & Sewer (billing) (509) 338-3204 Frontier Communications Home and Business Installation (208) 883-8881 AT&T (208) 882-3426 Inland Cellular (800) 248-8822 Sprint (208) 310-9133 Verizon (509) 332-1400 Spectrum Cable (888) 892-2253 Direct TV (888) 513-2850

Dish TV (877) 504-1747 First Step Internet (208) 882-8869 (888) 676-6377

NEWSPAPERS The Daily Evergreen (509) 335-4573 The Moscow-Pullman Daily News (208) 882-5561 Lewiston Morning Tribune (208) 743-9411 The Spokesman Review (509) 459-5000 (800) 338-8801 Whitman County Gazette (509) 397-4333

RADIO STATIONS New Country 104.3 KHTR (509) 332-6551 Newstalk 1150 KQQQ Newstalk 104.7

COUGAR SPORTS (509) 332-6551 Hits 100.5 KQZB (509) 332-6551 KCLX 1450 AM KZZL 99.5 FM (208) 892-2855 KRLF 88.5 FM (509) 332-3545 KRPL 1400 AM KZFN 106.1 FM (208) 882-2551 KWSU 1250 AM (509) 335-6500 KZUU 90.7 MF (509) 335-2207 (WSU Campus) KJEM Jazz 89.9 (509) 335-6500 NPR (509) 335-6500

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EDUCATION IN PULLMAN

The pursuit of academic excellence is a fine feature that many Pullman residents feel help make this an enriched community. Award winning programs and options for year-round study are provided! Please call or visit the following schools online for curriculum and enrollment information:

PRESCHOOLS & CHILD CARE Boost Collaborative, Children & Family Services (509) 332-4420 / boostcollaborativewa.org Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc. (509) 332-0161 / buildingblocksccc.com Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington (509) 335-7625 / wsu.edu/ccrr Community Action Center (509) 334-9147 / cacwhitman.com Community Child Care Center (509) 332-7005 / community-childcare.org/index.html Community Child Care Head Start (509) 334-9290 / community-childcare.org/headstart_new.html Concordia Lutheran Preschool (509) 332-2830 / community.palouse.net/Concordia_pullman/ preschool.htm Montessori School of Pullman (509) 334-4114 / pullmanmontessori.org Pullman Christian School Childcare Center (509) 332-3545 / pullmanchristianschool.org Sunnyside Preschool & Child Care Center (509) 334-9097 / facebook The Learning Center Inc. (509) 334-1234 / pullmanlearningcenter.com WSU Children’s Center (509) 335-8847 / childrenscenter.wsu.edu YMCA of the Palouse (509) 332-3524 / palouseymca.org

PUBLIC SCHOOLS Pullman School District (509) 332-3581 / psd267.org Franklin Elementary (509) 334-5641 Jefferson Elementary (509) 332-2617 Sunnyside Elementary (509) 334-1800 Kamiak Elementary coming 2018 Lincoln Middle School (509) 334-3411 Pullman High School (509) 332-1551

PRIVATE SCHOOLS Logos School (208) 882-1226 / logosschool.com Pullman Christian School (509) 332-3545 / pullmanchristianschool.org

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COLLEGES Spokane Falls Community College, Pullman Center "The Spokane Falls Community College Pullman Campus offers a full selection of course work, both on-ground and online, needed to earn an AA transfer degree. Our many student clubs give our students leadership opportunities and help develop those vital "soft skills" required in today's competitive job markets.Students may choose to belong to one or many of our active, student-directed clubs, such as Gaming club, Diversity club, Film and Photo club, and Student Government. SFCC Pullman also offers an extremely successful and popular Adult Basic Education program.The program includes GED preparation, high school completion, basic English, computer basics, and college preparation. The Pullman Campus offers a number of on-line certifications and AAS degrees as well as our outstanding and cost-effective Running Start Program. SFCC Pullman is dedicated to community growth, and throughout the year we offer a number of workshops and events open to the public. Please visit our webpage pullman.spokanefalls.edu/ to learn more about our programs and up-coming events." (509) 332-2706 / spokanefalls.edu Washington State University Riveting guest speakers. Thought-provoking art exhibits. Exciting Pac12 sporting events. Popular and classical entertainment. A golf course listed among the nation's best.
 
 Not to mention highly ranked academic programs and world-class professors dedicated to the success of their students.
 
 Those are just a few of the attractions of Washington State University, one of the top public research institutions in the nation. Whether you’re seeking a degree to ensure your future success, a big-time concert, or world-famous Cougar Gold cheese, check out Washington State.
 
 More than 20,000 students are currently enrolled at the scenic 620-acre Pullman campus who can choose from approximately 200 academic fields of study. The campus features modern classrooms, libraries, and laboratories equipped with some of the most up-to-date technology available in the country. The Student Recreation Center has earned national raves for its facilities and offers more than 200 pieces of cardio and weight equipment. 
 
 To discover WSU for yourself, take a campus tour. Tours are available Monday-Friday plus Saturday mornings during the academic year (excluding holidays). For more information Admissions visit.wsu.edu (509) 335-4980 or (888) GO-TO-WSU (888) 468-6978 Athletic events wsucougars.com (800) GO-COUGS Beasley Coliseum events beasley.wsu.edu (509) 335-3525


Pullman Parks and Rec

Pullman Parks and Rec

Pullman Parks and Rec

Pullman Parks

Pullman enjoys four seasons and 14 parks with over 95 acres of land which provide a wide variety of outdoor activities. Pullman Aquatic Center is an indoor facility with lap pool, therapy pool and toddler pool, and has a fitness center. Reaney Pool is an outdoor facility with dive pool, lap pool and toddler splash pool. The pool is located in Reaney Park, home of the National Lentil Festival and the Summer Concert Series. Sunnyside Park is home to Pullman’s annual 4th of July Celebration and includes two ponds, a waterfall, and disc golf course. Lawson Gardens is a formal garden with reflecting pool, rose and perennial gardens. Pooch Park is a pet friendly off-leash park supported entirely by members, donors and volunteers. It is fenced with dog hardy grass and water fountains. A seven day $10 access code is available for visitors and long term memberships as well. Call (509) 332-2246 for more information or visit whitmanpets.org/ poochpark A complete list of parks and locations can be found at pullmanchamber.com A variety of classes and activities for youth and adults can be found through Pullman Parks and Recreation. Call (509) 338-3227 or visit pullmanparksandrec.com

Pullman Parks and Rec

Pullman Parks and Rec

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Get Involved!

A great way to get settled on the Palouse is to be involved! A number of service organizations and clubs welcome you to take part in this active, close-knit community.

SERVICE GROUPS Pullman Kiwanis (509) 432-4263 pullmankiwanis.org Pullman Lions Club (509) 334-2591 Rotary Club of Pullman (303) 506-4561 clubrunner.ca/portal/home. aspx?cid=601 Pullman Civic Trust (509) 338-9108 pullmancivictrust.org Pullman Greyhound Boosters (509) 332-1551 psd267.org/page/449 American Legion info@alp52.com YMCA of the Palouse (509) 332-3524 palouseymca.org Grand Avenue Greenway (509) 332-7162

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Pullman Boy Scouts (208) 669-2062 nwscouts.org Pullman Girl Scouts (509) 844-5576 Ext 134 gsewni.org For more information download the Volunteering Brochure at pullmanchamber.com

RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Bethany Bible Church (509) 332-1712 faithfamilyjesus.com Church of Christ (509) 332-6815 find them on facebook Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (509) 332-6066 / lds.org (509) 334-9035 / lds.org Common Ministry at WSU/Koinonia House (509) 332-2611 interfaith-house.com Community Congregational United Church of Christ (509) 332-6411 / pullmanucc.org Concordia Lutheran Church (509) 332-2830 concordiapullman.wordpress.com

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Cornerstone Community Church (509) 334-9191 find them on facebook Divine Savior Lutheran Church (509) 332-1452 / lutherans.com Emmanuel Baptist Church (509) 332-5015 / ebcpullman.org Encounter Ministries (509) 715-1500 encounterministries.org Evangelical Free Church of the Palouse (509) 872-3390 efreepalouse.org Grace Bible Church of Pullman (509) 397-2395 gracebiblechurchpullman.org Hills Church (509) 715-1192 / hillschurch.com Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall (509) 332-6255 Living Faith Fellowship (509) 334-1035 livingfaithfellowship.com Pullman Foursquare Church (509) 332-8612 pullmanfoursquare.org Pullman Presbyterian Church (509) 332-2659 / pullmanpc.org Real Life Ministries (208) 882-2484 / liferotp.com

Resonate Church (509) 330-6741 experienceresonate.com Restoration Church of the Nazarene (509) 619-5480 restorationchurchpullman.com Sacred Heart Catholic Church (509) 332-5312 sacredheartpullman.org Seventh-day Adventist Church (509) 332-8782 community-worship.com St. James Episcopal Church (509) 332-1742 stjamespullman.org St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center (509) 332- 6311 stmcatholicstudentcenter. catholicweb.com Simpson United Methodist Church (509) 332-5212 / simpsonumc.org Trinity Lutheran Church (509) 332-1985 trinitypullman.org


ElectedOfficials City Of Pullman

CITY OFFICIALS (509) 334-4555

Term: 4 years (ends Dec. 31) Mayor: Glenn Johnson............. 2016-2019 City Council: Ward 1 Ann Parks.................... 2016-2019 Al Sorensen................. 2014-2017 Ward 2 At Large Fritz Hughes................. 2014-2017 Nathan Weller.............. 2016-2019 Ward 3 Jeff Hawbaker.............. 2014-2017 Patricia Wright............. 2016-2019 At Large Eileen Macoll............... 2016-2019 Council meetings are every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at City Hall (televised on Channel 13)

APPOINTED CITY OFFICIALS (509) 338-3208 City Supervisor Adam Lincoln Library Services Director Joanna Bailey IS Manager Wayne Brannock Recreation Superintendent Kurt Dahmen Parks Superintendent Alan Davis Planning Director Pete Dickinson Director of Public Works Kevin Gardes

Assessor Joe Reynolds.................2018 (509) 397-6220 Clerk Jill Whelchel Wahl........2018 Treasurer Mark R Clinton..............2018 (509) 397-6230 Sheriff Brett Meyers..................2018 (509) 397-6266 x 305

Fire Chief Mike Heston Finance Director Leann Hubbard Chief of Police Gary Jenkins City Attorney Laura D. McAloon Human Resource Manager Karen Sires Airport Manager Tony Bean

WASHINGTON STATE OFFICIALS OLYMPIA, WA (800) 321-2808

WHITMAN COUNTY OFFICIALS COLFAX, WA (509) 397-4622 Elected Officials: Term: 4 years (ends Dec. 31) County Commissioners: (509) 397-6200 District 1 Art Swannack................2016 District 2 Dean Kinzer..................2016 District 3 Michael Largent............2018 Superior Court Judge Gary J. Libey.................2016 (509) 397-6244 District Court Judge Doug Robinson.............2018 (509) 397-6260 Prosecuting Attorney Denis Tracy...................2018 (509) 397-6250 Auditor/Election Officer Eunice Coker.................2018 (509) 397-6270

Governor Jay Inslee / Term – 2020 9th Legislative District Representatives Senator Mark Schoesler / Term – 2020 Representative Mary Dye / Term - 2020 Representative Joe Schmick / Term – 2020 5th Congressional District Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers / Term – 2020 Washington State Senators Maria Cantwell / Term – 2020 Patty Murray / Term - 2020 For more information visit: City of Pullman / pullman-wa.gov Washington State University / wsu.edu Whitman County / whitmancounty.org Washington State Legislature / leg.wa.gov

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Programs and Benefits of Membership Our members are partners in this community-based organization dedicated to making Pullman a better place to live, work and do business.

CHAMBER STAFF Marie Dymkoski, Executive Director Kimberly Marshall, Office Manager Carol Cooper, Tourism Director Britnee Packwood, Event Coordinator and Festival Director

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

INFORMATION

Pullman business referrals Visitor and relocation information Events calendar

BROCHURES Camping on the Palouse Downtown Retail Map Pullman City Map & WSU Campus Map Pullman Activities Guide Pullman Trails & Pathways Palouse Country Loop Tour Family Friendly Palouse Palouse Scenic Byway Volunteering Walk of Fame Restaurants 21 & Over Photography Hot Spots Pullman, A Walking Tour Website: pullmanchamber.com includes membership directory by name and category, demographic information, ‘Hotel & Motel Availability’ reports for busy weekends.

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Per month – 64,753 page views Per year 253,313 page views Events in 2017: General Membership Luncheons, Cabaret March 25th, Poster Unveiling and Wine/Brew/Lentil Tasting June, Fourth of July, National Lentil Festival August 18-19, 2017 Chocolate Decadence November 9th, Annual Banquet, Holiday Fest December 2nd, and Chamber Holiday Party

2016 CHAMBER AWARDS Chamber Member of the Year – Bill Skavdahl Marshall A. Neill Community Service – Linda Mittlehammer Civic Improvement – WSU’s Center for Civic Engagement Chamber Hall of Fame Modern Category – Pat Wright Chamber Hall of Fame Historical Category – Ken Vogel Advocacy: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce is your voice to government in Pullman, Olympia and Washington D.C. We concern ourselves with issues that impact business and the livability of the Pullman community at large. We work closely with city and county officials as well as our state legislators. We are currently part of a Grassroots Alliance with the Association of Washington Business. When you join the Pullman Chamber of Commerce you are being heard. Networking: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce provides numerous opportunities to meet other business leaders in our community. General Membership Luncheons: Normally scheduled the second Tuesday of each month from 12 –1 p.m., these catered events are opportunities to network with other business leaders, learn about the Pullman community in general, or learn about current business issues. Business After-Hours: These events provide opportunities for host businesses to show off their facilities and products, as well as an informal time of socializing and “catching up with your fellow Chamber members.” Food and beverages are provided by the host business. Chamber Website & Directory: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce website contains a full directory of our members including business name, address, phone number, and web link. The companion printed directory within this Activities Guide also includes community profile information. Over 15,000 copies are distributed yearly. Members are listed alphabetically, as well as by business category. Our website receives thousands of hits a month, increasing the visibility of our member businesses. Chamber Email News: This weekly email keeps members up to date about various Chamber activities and projects, area workshops and events that would be useful to our members. Online Events Calendar: Members and nonmembers may post upcoming events on our online calendar, which is viewed and utilized by several other agencies to determine what is happening locally. Pullman Community Update: Members may submit information about their business for inclusion on the Chamber pages of the Pullman Community Update. This newspaper is sent to more than 15,000+ city residents. Showcase new product lines, business changes, and your upcoming events. Information must be supplied 30 days in advance of the month you wish to have your information appear. Contact the Chamber for details.

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Business Card and Literature Display: The Chamber of Commerce offers a business card and literature display in our 24-hour accessible foyer. We also offer space inside the office. Hundreds of people visit the office each month providing excellent exposure for your business. Referrals: The Chamber of Commerce proudly serves as the front door to the community. Thousands of requests are made each year for referrals to businesses. Only Chamber members are referred unless there are no Chamber members in the category being requested. Mailing Labels: Members can purchase the entire membership mailing list on printed labels for $25. Non-members can purchase the lists for $50 on labels. Excel file for one-time use is available for $50 to members only. Bulk Mail Stamp: The US Post Office offers reduced prices on presorted bulk mail if certain requirements are met. The Chamber’s bulk mail permit number is available for members to use. Relocation Packet Inserts: Chamber members can supply brochures, fliers, or coupons designed for new residents to the Palouse region for inclusion in relocation packets. This is a free service for Chamber members. Members need to provide 100 inserts at a time to the Chamber office. Information should be no larger than one sheet of 8 1/2� x 11� paper (can be folded). Seminars and Workshops: Frequently, the Chamber sponsors workshops to help equip you in your business dealings or to update you on changing regulations. Certificates of Origin: This official stamp provides proof to businesses and governments that the goods being shipped were produced in the United States. Many international firms request such proof. Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings: These events are provided for new members as a welcome to the community and are also available for business members who are expanding or dedicating new facilities. Small Business Service: The Chamber has a large network of business connections. Whether you are looking for sites, developers or counseling, the Chamber can point you in the right direction. We

work closely with the Small Business Development Center and the local Economic Development agencies to provide support for our business community. Membership Decal: Studies show that when a consumer knows a small business is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, they are 44% more likely to think favorably of it and 63% more likely to purchase goods or services from the company in the future. Display your decal proudly. The decal is an important way to tell your customers you support the Pullman Chamber of Commerce. Look for this logo when shopping in Pullman. Business Member of the Month provides a number of ways to reach our community: your company name, logo, links to your online pages, and any events or specials you are promoting will be in an exclusive sidebar in the weekly e-news for your chosen month; your company name/logo will be included in that month's Pullman Community Update publication (15,000+ recipients) as the Business Member of the Month; representation on the Pullman Chamber webpage with a link to your website; weekly mention on the Chamber Facebook page (1,697+ followers) and Twitter (2,161+ followers) noting any offers, weekly specials, events or blurbs (supplied in advance by the sponsor) with links to webpages and use of preferred hashtag during sponsored month; 3-5 minutes to address the membership at the monthly general membership luncheon; tent cards with business name and logo on each table at luncheon; placement of flyers and/or giveaways on each table at luncheon; tell your story with a display in the Pullman Chamber office where visitors and community members routinely congregate; if desired, company can provide Chamber staff with logo t-shirts which can be worn on a specific day chosen by the sponsor (barring Chamber event days) or on non-specific days during that month; radio mention as our Business Member of the Month in 27 rotating ads aired that month on KHTR 104.3 and KQZB 100.5 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. This sponsorship is available for $300, and all benefits will be exclusive to the Chamber Business of the Month.

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FRAN AMEND Fran Amend is the current owner of Chipman and Taylor Chevrolet. Fran was born in Edmonton, Alberta and grew up in Eastern Washington in the town of Mead. He graduated from Eastern Oregon State College and Eastern Washington University receiving degrees in Psychology, Business and Education. Following graduation, he taught in the Coeur d’Alene School District for five years. In 2000, Fran and his wife Tina, took on a new adventure and joined the team of Chipman and Taylor Chevrolet. Fran and Tina have two boys; Alex and Kaden. Fran is a member of Kiwanis and loves spending his extra time helping out with coaching his kids’ local sports teams.

JOREEN BRINKMAN

JoReen currently lives in Pullman with her husband Cameron Brinkman, and their two children. She graduated from Lewiston High School with honors in 1994. She went on to attend Idaho State University and later transferred to the University of Idaho, graduating with a B.S. in Mass Communication and a minor in Art. From 1999-2006 JoReen owned and operated Lasting Impressions Photography in Moscow. In 2005, she and her husband Cam bought Subway restaurants in Pullman and in Colfax. They have since added locations at the WSU Compton Union Building and in Walmart which also houses Auntie Anne’s Pretzel Perfect. JoReen has been the bookkeeper and office manager for all of these businesses. FRANCIS BENJAMIN Other involvements include: United Way Executive Board Secretary, Francis came to this region to attend college, met 2011-present; YMCA of the Palouse Board of Trustees, 2013-present; his wife Heidi, and never left. Pullman provides Pullman Chamber of Commerce Cabaret Committee, 2005-present; great work opportunities, has a wonderful climate, YMCA Annual Fundraising event, 2013-present; and Association of and is the perfect place to raise a family. He Washington Business Board Member, 2015. works at Washington State University ‘06 & ’14 DOUG COX designing psychological research experiments, providing technology solutions, and teaching Real Doug Cox is a past president of the board Estate. He owns FAB Consulting a technology solutions consulting and graduated from WSU with a degree in Ag company. Francis served on Pullman’s City Council 2003-2015 and Business (’93) after growing up on a farm in is former president of the Association of Washington Cities. He Hay, WA. Doug is employed as a Vice President co-leads the 5-day Be The Entrepreneur Bootcamp. He is active on & Commercial Lender at Columbia Bank and the chamber’s lentil festival and government affairs & economic has provided lending services in Pullman since development committees and in the community: Kiwanis, Boy Scouts, 1999. Pullman activities include Kiwanis, Palouse Pullman Community Council on Aging, Palouse Knowledge Corridor, Discovery Science Center, Pullman Civil Service Commission, WSU and Pullman 2040. Student Athlete Mentor Program and Pullman Chamber Board Member. His hobbies include hunting, scuba, snow & water skiing. JILL BIELENBERG Doug has two kids, Hunter (16) and Reagan (13) attending Pullman Jill Bielenberg is a lifelong native of the Palouse High School and Lincoln Middle School. with family roots in Genesee, Idaho. She has EMYLY HALL always had a bi-lateral focus on professional education and high-volume restaurants. After Emyly Hall is currently a senior at Washington living in the Seattle area, she returned to the State University and the current Executive Palouse and assumed the role of the general Director of Community Affairs for ASWSU. She is manager of the famed Breakfast Club in Moscow graduating in May of 2017 with a BA in Strategic while obtaining multiple degrees in various fields of education from Communication and a minor in Hospitality the University of Idaho. While pursuing her career in Early Childhood Business Management. When Emyly is not at Development/Special Education, she also held a role on state/ the ASWSU office, she is busy representing national boards and committees for public policy and curriculum HBO as the WSU Student Campus Ambassador, Vice President of development for early childhood and special education initiatives. Professional Convention Management Association and an Apartment Most recently she was the president for Idaho’s Association for the Coordinator for WSU Housing. Emyly is from the small town of Education of Young Children Board of Directors. In 2012 Jill took on Marysville, Washington and has a loving family of five, including two the position of the general manager for Birch & Barley. She has taken rambunctious younger siblings. Emyly is committed to bridging the great pride in being part of the Pullman community and feels honored “gap” between the Pullman community and WSU; she is determined to be working amongst such inspiring business men and women. Jill to make positive strides with those efforts in her position this year. looks forward to continuing her efforts to give back and increase our goal of making Pullman a better place to live, work, and do business as a member of the Pullman Chamber Board of Directors (and as the current Legendary Lentil Festival Cook-off Coordinator!).

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TOM HANDY Tom Handy is a three-time former President of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is the owner of Paradise Creek Brewery and Landmark Property Development. Born in rural Wisconsin, Tom has lived in Pullman since 1984. He appreciates the small-town atmosphere with the mix of big city influences that Pullman offers. Tom says that Pullman is not just a great place to raise and educate children; it is also a friendly business community that has a can-do forward thinking city administration. He has been engaged with the chamber and on the board since 2003. The chamber gives him an opportunity to be active in an organization that truly makes a positive impact on the prosperity of Pullman and the surrounding area.

ALAN HODGES Alan Hodges is the manager of Washington Federal in Pullman. Alan grew up a Cornhusker, but quickly became a Coug after moving to the Palouse in 2002. Alan has been involved in the banking industry since 1983. He and his wife, Melanie, are also the owners of Lily Bee’s in downtown Pullman. Alan is a member of Kiwanis and an affiliate member of the Whitman County Realtor’s Association. Both Alan and Melanie are huge boosters of the WSU Women’s Basketball program and have perfect attendance at home games over the last seven years. They have six adult children and 15 grandchildren.

GLENN JOHNSON Former Chamber President Glenn Johnson is in his fourth term as Mayor of Pullman and continues as the “Voice of the Cougs” at Washington State University football and men’s basketball games, now in his 37th year. In January, 2016 Glenn was named Honorary Alumnus of Washington State University, the highest honor a non-graduate of WSU can achieve. Glenn serves on the Board of Directors of the Chamber and is an active volunteer with a number of chamber committees: Fourth of July (chair); Artesians; Government Affairs; and volunteers with Lentil Festival and Cabaret. He received the Continuous Service Award from the Chamber several years ago. He also volunteers as the Public Information Officer for the Pullman Fire Department and helps with Whitman County during emergencies. He is on the board of directors of United Way, the Community Action Center, the Palouse Free Clinic, the Washington State Association of Broadcasters and Municipal Research and Service Center and serves as its president.. He is a trustee and chair of the Employee Benefit Trust that insures city workers in about 245 cities in the state and serves on the Transportation Improvement Board for the state. As Mayor he is also chair of the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Board of Directors and is the former president of the Association of Washington Cities. He is professor emeritus in the Murrow College at WSU.

ALLISON LEVENSELLER Allison Levenseller is the Property Director of the Holiday Inn Express and Suites and is also a past chamber president. She has lived in Pullman for 25 years, and is originally from Tacoma, WA. Allison and her family have enjoyed the benefits of living in a college town and the incredible education the Pullman School District offered. She enjoys being a board member as it has given her wonderful opportunities to share information and ideas with others in the community. Allison is also active on the Lodging Tax Advisory Board.

BOB MAXWELL Bob Maxwell is the superintendent of the Pullman School District and has participated in a number of chamber events since moving to Pullman in 2014. He is a current member of Kiwanis, participates on various committees and enjoys volunteering in the community. In his spare time, Bob can be found fishing, hunting, hiking or rock hounding. Bob and his wife, Adrienne, love Pullman and the array of outdoor activities, arts, entertainment, and athletic events. Bob and Adrienne; have two girls Madeline and Kate attending Pullman High School and Lincoln Middle School. Being a member of the Chamber and the Chamber Board is an opportunity to help enhance the community. Membership in the chamber and on the board is a way to give back to the community for its generous support, great work and commitment to our schools.

THERESA MYERS Former president Theresa Myers is the co-owner of Myers Auto Rebuild and Towing. She is from Kent, and has lived in Pullman for 34 years. Theresa loves the small town lifestyle in Pullman, and she adds that it is a great place to raise kids, due to the great schools. There is a variety of cultural and sporting events in the region, and she enjoys being so close to outdoor recreation opportunities and likes to watch the seasons change. As a member of the Board of Directors, she finds it meaningful to help build a vital economic base for the citizens of Pullman, and to promote Pullman and the region as a great place to live and do business. Theresa says that it is important to educate people that Pullman has many great businesses and that they don’t need to go out of town to find what they need, as it is offered right here in town.

MARTY NORTHCROFT Marty Northcroft is the Assistant Athletic Director of Marketing at Washington State University. A graduate of WSU class of 1996, Marty is no stranger to Pullman. He returned to Pullman in August of 2012 after spending five years at the University of Virginia and one year at the University of Oklahoma. Prior to his previous positions he worked for the Seattle Mariners as the Marketing Manager from 2000 until 2004 and was also the Assistant Director of Marketing at WSU from 2004 to 2006. Marty and his wife TyAnne have two sons, Caleb (10) and Brayden (6), and a daughter Maya (2).

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TONY POSTON Tony Poston is the owner of College Hill Custom Threads, a custom apparel design company. Originally from Sandpoint, Idaho, Tony graduated from Washington State University in 2007 after earning a degree in Political Science/Pre-Law. During his time as an undergrad, Tony was active in ASWSU, The Inter-fraternity Council and The Student Entertainment Board and fell in love with WSU and the City of Pullman and hoped to return in the future. The opportunity finally presented itself in 2011, when he and two others founded College Hill Custom Threads near campus. Tony believes that the Chamber of Commerce can help show that Pullman is not only a great college town but the perfect place to raise a family and start a business. By helping coordinate fun and exciting events he wants to help bridge the gap between local businesses and WSU students, showing that both can work together to benefit from each other.

STEPHANIE SCHWEITZER Stephanie Schweitzer graduated from Washington State University in 2000 with a degree in economics. She joined an Illinois based subsidiary of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in 2001, and since then has worked in marketing, employee development and business research roles. Today, she manages SEL's Corporate Communications and Business Intelligence teams. Stephanie serves on the boards of the Association of Washington Business, Washington Business Week, and the Pullman Chamber of Commerce as well as SEL's corporate board of directors.

SUSAN WEED

Former Chamber President Susan Weed (199697) is co-owner and Office Manager for Pullman radio stations NewsTalk 1150 KQQQ-AM and 104.7 FM – KQQQ, Newcountry 104.3-KHTR, and Hits 100.5-KQZB. She is a long term member of the ROBERT REMBERT Chamber’s Board of Directors, serves as a member of the Pullman School District Board of Directors, as Robert Rembert is the current President of the well as on the Pullman Civil Service Commission, The Pullman Regional Board of Directors, as well as a civil litigation Hospital Auxiliary Annual Holiday Tea, and the Washington/Idaho attorney and shareholder at Irwin, Myklebust, Symphony Board. Born and raised in Seattle, Susan and her husband Savage & Brown, P.S., Pullman’s full-service Bill have owned and operated Pullman's radio stations since 1974. Susan community law firm. He attended Western says that Pullman has been a wonderful place to raise their 3 kids, Washington University where he obtained his undergraduate degree and met his wife, Jeannine. and she loves going to businesses where she knows and can trust the Rob attended Seattle University School of Law and graduated Magna person behind the counter. She believes that if you care deeply about something, like she does about our community, then it is important be Cum Laude in 1996. He is a member of both the Washington and get involved. Being a board member gives Susan the satisfaction of Idaho Bar Associations, has served as President of the Whitman knowing that she is helping to make Pullman a better place to live, work County Bar Association and chairs the Lewis & Clark State College and do business! Legal Support Programs Advisory Committee. Active in the Pullman community, Rob has been a member of the Board of Directors of the PAT WRIGHT Pullman Education Foundation, a Commissioner on the Whitman Former president Pat Wright is another long term County Elected Officials Salary Commission and was a Trustee for member of the Board of Directors. Since her Neill Public Library for over ten years. Rob, Jeannine and their three retirement as general manager of The Bookie, Pat children enjoy making Pullman their home. has remained active in the Pullman community. PJ SANCHEZ She enjoys working part-time at Neill's Flowers and Gifts and on the Pullman City Council. In addition PJ Sanchez is a Washington State University to being a Chamber of Commerce Board Member, graduate and the Branch Manager at Washington Pat is Past President and Membership Chair of Pullman Regional Trust Bank in Pullman. He has worked at Hospital Auxiliary and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Washington Trust Bank since it opened its doors in Pullman Education Foundation. Pat has lived in Pullman since 1975. She Pullman and has been the Branch Manager since is originally from New York, and moved to California before residing in May of 2014. Since moving to the Palouse in the Pullman. fall of 2009, PJ has enjoyed volunteering and being involved in the Pullman Community. PJ is involved in several civic OLIVIA YANG groups including the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation Board of Olivia Yang is the Associate Vice President for Directors, Kiwanis Club, and Lions Club. PJ lives in Pullman with his Facilities Services, at Washington State University, wife, Kelli Kamimura, who is the Head Women’s Golf Coach at WSU, overseeing campus planning, capital design, and and their dog, Gus. In his spare time, PJ enjoys golfing, traveling and construction projects for all WSU campuses, as well attending all Cougar sporting events. as maintenance and operations on the Pullman campus. She serves as the University Architect. She holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Washington. Her professional associations include the Design Build Institute of America and the American Institute of Architects. She has served on the State of Washington’s Capital Project Advisory Review Board advising the State legislature on public works procurement.

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Chamber Committees

The Pullman Chamber of Commerce has developed the following committees to aid in the effort to make Pullman a better place to live, work and do business. New members, thoughts and creative ideas are always welcome. If you would like to join one of these committees, please contact the Pullman Chamber of Commerce at (509) 334-3565.

AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS COMMITTEE - RON WACHTER This Committee fosters issues pertaining to the agricultural community and supports the need to grow and develop the agricultural industry. Projects: 4th of July BBQ, Farm City Day Luncheon with the Colfax Chamber in January, Palouse Empire Fair sales and the Port Tour in conjunction with the Pullman Chamber.

ARTESIAN COMMITTEE – JOSH SMART Members of this committee act as representatives at ground breakings, grand openings, dedications and other events. Membership is based on service to the chamber. Members serve on recruitment or retention teams.

4TH OF JULY - GLENN JOHNSON This committee plans and coordinates Pullman’s community celebration that is held each year in Sunnyside Park. Activities include fireworks, live entertainment, BBQ, concessions, children’s games and more. Meeting Time: Three meetings each year as announced.

NATIONAL LENTIL FESTIVAL – BRITNEE PACKWOOD This two-day, free community event is held in late August each year. Activities include: Live Entertainment, Grand Parade, 5k Fun Run, Lentil Lane Food Court, Vendor Marketplace, Beer, Wine and Hard Cider Tasting Tent, Lentil Land Children’s Area, Free Lentil Chili, Cookoff Competition, Sports Tournaments and more. The “Lentil Lady” always likes to see new faces and hear fresh ideas. Meeting Time: Five meetings each year, as announced.

PALOUSE MARKETING – CAROL COOPER Working with local groups and representatives from businesses on the Palouse to increase tourism through joint activities.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION COMMITTEE PULLMAN-WSU RELATIONS - MARIE DYMKOSKI - MARIE DYMKOSKI This committee provides the opportunity for the business community to discuss items and events of interest or concern. The group also works to facilitate promotion opportunities for the retail sector. Meeting time: Second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. at the Daily Grind Coffee House in downtown Pullman.

CABARET – MARIE DYMKOSKI Cabaret is the major fund raising event for the chamber. Each spring, this formal affair has live and silent auctions, live music, dinner and dancing. This group is always looking for people with a creative flair. Meeting time: First and third Monday of each month Oct-April, 4 p.m., Chamber office

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS FRANCIS BENJAMIN & KELLY FUKAI

Working closely with WSU, ASWSU and chamber members to continue strong relations with students/businesses in Pullman.Where ‘there’s unity in the community’ to bridge the gap between campus and the Pullman community.The committee works on creating events that bring the students into the community and the community involvement with WSU. Projects: “30 Days of Pullman”, “Restaurant Week”, “National Lentil Festival”, “Holiday Fest” Meeting Time: Third Wednesday bi-monthly, 3:00 p.m., Daily Grind Coffee House in downtown Pullman.

HOLIDAY FEST – BRITNEE PACKWOOD This group plans Chocolate Decadence, Pullman’s Holiday Fest and Tree Lighting and holiday decorations throughout Pullman. Meeting time: Once in October, Chamber Office

This committee considers, reviews, and acts on local, state and national issues that directly affect the Pullman business community. It strives to keep members informed of these issues. Business growth and retention is the priority of this committee. This includes; encouraging business retention, recruiting new business and the continual quest for business growth and opportunities. This committee meets regularly via conference call with area legislators during legislative session. Projects: Legislative agenda, seminars, monitoring current government regulations and issues. Meeting Time: The third Friday of each month, 7:30 a.m., SEL Event Center (group meets twice monthly during legislative session)

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ACCOUNTING & LEGAL

Membership Directory ADVERTISING & MEDIA

Advenienz Legal PLLC 540 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (425) 202-5911 advenienz.com

A-12 Web Development 1130 4th St, #101 Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (509) 595-0546 a12web.com

Aitken, Schauble, Patrick, Neill, & Schauble 165 NE Kamiaken, Ste 210 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3505

ArtBeat, Inc 428 W 3rd St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-7400 artbeatinc.com

Carmel Minogue CPA & Associates Inc 105 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1225 carmelminoguecpa.com

Ccooper Services PO Box 478 Albion, WA 99102 (509) 592-3931

H & R Block 151 Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 869-6347 hrblock.com

Clear Channel Airports 7450 Tilghman St, #104 Allentown, PA 18106 (610) 395-8002 clearchannelairports.com

Dan Walker Productions, LLC Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown 1519 Linden Ave 1230 SE Bishop Blvd Lewiston, ID 83501 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 791-7526 (509) 332-3502 dwproductions.com imsblaw.com First Strike Advertising Kohut & Kohut LLP 225 SW Skyline Dr 1004 Story Rd Pullman, WA 99163 Pullman , WA 99163 (509) 334-1111 (714) 384-4130 gracebroadcast.com kohutlaw.com Hagadone Directories, Inc. Martonick Law Office LLC PO Box 1266 207 E Main St Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816 Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 727-9104 (509) 334-4808 Hannah Crawford, Graphic Designer Mike Lowery, CPA 931 Lewis St 417 N Grand Ave Moscow, ID 83843 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 301-0391 (509) 332-2154 hannahkcrawford.com/ Presnell Gage, PLLC 1230 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6541 presnellgage.com

Home&Harvest Magazine PO Box 9931 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 596-4434 homeandharvestmagazine.com

Wills & Associates, PLLC 254 E Main, Ste 240 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4515 willspllc.com

Inland Northwest Broadcasting 1114 N Almon Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2551 inlandnwbroadcasting.com/

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KLEW-TV 2626 17th St Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 746-2636 klewtv.com

Moscow Pullman Daily News 220 E Fifth St, Ste 218 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5561 dnews.com Names and Numbers 450 Thain Rd, Ste E Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 743-0553 namesandnumbers.com Quality Promotions PO Box 223 Lolo, MT 59847 (406) 381-2460 qualitypromotionsads.com Radio Palouse PO Box 1 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6551 pullmanradio.com Rdesign 112 W 4th Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5472 users.moscow.com/rdesign Scott Mackey Designs 120 SW Church St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 288-1448 The Daily Evergreen East Murrow 113 WSU Pullman, WA 99164-2510 (509) 335-5138 dailyevergreen.com Values Coupon Magazine 2740 Mayfair Dr Lewiston, ID 83501-4234 (208) 816-2428 valuescoupons.com

AGRICULTURE, FISHING & FORESTRY Askham, Dr. Leonard PO Box 785 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-5740 Fairview Farm 1902 O'Donnell Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-3097 Four Star Supply, Inc 355 NW State St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2511 Helena Chemical 13 SR 27 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2591 Hinrichs & Company, LLC 155 SE Kamiaken, Ste 2 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8888 hinrichstrading.com Moonlight Alchemy 3431 Airport Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6189 Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative, Inc PO Box 151 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-4381 pnw.coop Palouse Trading 4932 SR 27 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1535 palousebrand.com USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council 2780 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-3023 pea-lentil.com


ANIMAL HEALTH, SUPPLIES, & SERVICES Amber's Grooming Salon 1250 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste H Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-5483 ambersgroomingsalon.com Whitman County Humane Society, Inc 1340 SE Old Moscow Rd PO Box 453 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2246 whitmanpets.org WSU College of Veterinary Medicine PO Box 647010 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-9515 vetmed.wsu.edu

Gladish Community & Cultural Center 115 NW State St, Ste 212 A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8081 gladishcommunity.org Graham Ballet Theater/Academy 115 NW State St, Ste 204 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-4446 grahamballet.com National Lentil Festival 415 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3565 lentilfest.com

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Palouse Choral Society PO Box 8112 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 432-3712 palousechoralsociety.org

WSU Museum of Art 6077, FAC, Wilson Rd Pullman, WA 99164-7460 (509) 335-6140 museum.wsu.edu/

Jess Ford of Pullman 2590 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6000 jessford.com

Artisans at the Dahmen Barn 419 N Park Way Uniontown, WA 99179 (509) 229-3414 artisanbarn.org

Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 Nelson Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6869 palousescience.org

WSU Performing Arts Daggy Hall WSU Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-8522 performingarts.wsu.edu

Les Schwab Tire Centers 160 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1835 https://www.lesschwab.com/store/ wa/pullman/317

Beasley Coliseum PO Box 641710 925 N Fairway Rd Pullman, WA 99164-1710 (509) 335-3526

Pullman Civic Theatre Nye Street Theatre 1220 NW Nye St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8406 pullmancivictheatre.org

Zeppoz 780 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7101

Myers Auto Rebuild & Towing 2580 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1717 myersautorebuildandtowing.com

ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT

BellTower Event Venue | Entertainment House 125 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4195 belltowerpullman.com

Red Barn Farms 501 Wawawai Rd Colton, WA 99113 (509) 995-6335 red-barn-farms.com

Community Band of the Palouse PO Box 1196 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6270 palouseband.org

Regional Theatre of the Palouse 122 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0750 rtoptheatre.org

Concert Harpist for Compassion PO Box 412 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-8931 harpistforcompassion.org

Village Centre Theatres LLC 1085 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1002 pullmanmovies.com

DLG Enterprises, Craft Fair Promotion PO Box 194 Albion, WA 99102 (509) 332-5206 palouse.net/dlgenterprises

Washington Idaho Symphony PO Box 9185 Moscow, ID 83843-1685 (509) 332-3408 washingtonidahosymphony.org

AUTOMOTIVE Brian's Body Shop 2530 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5822

Northwest Auto Parts 200 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2585

Chipman & Taylor Chevrolet 250 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3555 chipmantaylor.com

Perfection Tire 1030 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4075 perfectiontire.com

Evergreen Tire 300 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7551 evergreentirepullman.com Heritage Wheel & Tire 520 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2595

Wysup Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 1115 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4525 wysupcars.com

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Allegra Image 360 205 NW Whitman, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4275 allegrapalouse.com

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Palouse Professional Cleaning PO Box 8535 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 596-9292 Pioneer Title Company of Washington 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 102 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2210 pioneertitleco.com Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC 115 NW State St, Ste 215 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3830 plateau-crm.com Rain Shadow Research 119 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7495 SCORE Spokane 801 W Riverside Ave, #444 Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 353-2821 scorespokane.org

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Appearances Marketing & Promotion 129 W 3rd St, #104 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-3170 Automated Accounts, Inc 430 W Sharp Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 326-2276 automatedaccounts.com Better Business Bureau - E. WA, N. ID, MT 152 S Jefferson, Ste 200 Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 455-4200 spokane.bbb.org/

GoTy Events 80 NW Thomas St #3 Pullman, WA 99163 (425) 351-5873 gotyevents.com Impact Grant Services 250 NW Harrison Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-4575 impactgrantservices.com j & h Printing Inc 223 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0782 jhprintingonline.com

DSHS/DVR 525 5th St Clarkston, WA 99403 (509) 751-4690 dshs.wa.gov/dvr

Palouse Country Photo Tours PO Box 246 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 336-5260 palousetours.com

FAB Consulting 600 SW Fountain Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-6428

Palouse Knowledge Corridor PO Box 9203 Moscow, ID 83843 palouseknowledgecorridor.com

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SEL Event Center 1825 Schweitzer Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5050 seleventcenter.com Sims Glass 195 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2545

Sun Rental Center 1105 SE Latah Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2444 pullmansunrental.com WhiteRock Consulting Group, Inc 925 SE Sunnymead Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 595-5353 whiterockcg.com Whitman County Association of Realtors 115 SW Blaine, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-0949 whitmancountyrealtors.com WSU Compton Union Building 1500 NE Terrell Mall Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-8142 cub.wsu.edu YCC International 645 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7117 yccic.com

COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY, ELECTRONICS & TELECOM First Step Internet 1420 S Blaine St, Ste 10 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-8869 fsr.com

Frontier Communications 122 W E St Small Business Development Center Moscow, ID 83843 WSU Research &Technology Park (208) 883-8881 1610 NE Eastgate Blvd, Ste 650 frontier.com Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 335-8081 Inland Cellular wsbdc.org 960 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 Southeast Washington Economic (208) 882-4994 Development Association inlandcellular.com 126 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 Palouse Hills Computing (509) 595-1151 110 S Grand Ave seweda.org Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5393 STRATA, A Professional Services Corporation Palouse Technology Services 6 O'Donnell Rd Pullman, WA 99163 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-5061 (509) 339-2000 StrataGeoTech.com


Relay Application Innovation, Inc 895 SE Clearwater Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-9138 relayapplication.com

Itani Development 1515 SW Wadleigh Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2360 itaniqualityhomes.com

Verizon Wireless 1313 N Atlantic St Spokane, WA 99201 (208) 215-4349 verizonwireless.com

Jim Stivers Painting 1435 Desmet Rd Desmet, ID 83824 (208) 882-5135

CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, & REPAIR Absolute Refrigeration 1252 Orville Boyd Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-4594 Brown Contracting & Development, Inc 2205 N Woodruff Rd, Ste 1 Spokane Valley, WA 99206 (509) 444-4400 browncon.com Cheetah Electric PO Box 9221 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-1099 CheetahElectric.com Corporate Pointe Developers LLC 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 202 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4700 corporatept.com Design West Architects 254 E Main Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3113 designwestpa.com DeTray's Custom Housing 121 Parkwood Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4386 detrayscustomhousing.com Hayden Homes, LLC 1218 Big Sky Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 923-6607 hayden-homes.com Hilliard's Heating & Plumbing 370 NW Park Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5713

KACI General Contractor 1300 SE Johnson Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4987 kacigc.com Ken Paulson Plumbing 1401 Country Club Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-0824 kenpaulsonplumbinginc.com Moscow Pullman Building Supply 400 SE Fairmont Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2627 mbspbs.com Palouse Design Associates, PLLC 1005 SW Crestview Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-6652 palousedesignassociates.com Poe Asphalt Paving, Inc PO Box 449 Lewiston, ID 83501 (509) 334-6400 poeasphalt.com Portogo PO Box 8748 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 336-4004 Prodigy Construction 1165 S Grand Ave, #49 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 280-0419 prodigyconstruction.org Pullman Heating & Electric 1045 NW Davis Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5611 Yellow Duck Refrigeration PO Box 1326 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-0479

EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT Pullman City Supervisor Altura College 405 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3444 alturacollege.com

325 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3212

Brelsford WSU Visitor Center 150 E Spring St Pullman, WA 99164-1912 (509) 335-4636

Pullman School District Superintendent 240 SE Dexter St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3581 psd267.org

Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc 805 SE Klemgard Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0161 buildingblocksccc.com

Spokane Falls Community College 115 NW State St, Ste 305A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2706 spokanefalls.edu/

Casavant, Ken Hulbert Hall 301C Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-1608

Student Entertainment Board 320 Compton Union Building Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-3503 seb.wsu.edu

Facilities Services PO Box 643611 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-5571 cpd.wsu.edu Heston, Mike - Pullman Fire Chief 620 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3272

Washington Policy Center PO Box 3643 Seattle, WA 98124-3643 (206) 937-9691 washingtonpolicy.org

Washington State University Outreach and Community Events PO Box 641925 Jenkins, Gary - Pullman Police Chief Pullman, WA 99164-1925 260 SE Kamiaken St (509) 335-2531 Pullman, WA 99163 https://wsu.edu/ (509) 334-0802 pullman-wa.gov/departments/police Whitman County Library 102 S Main Logos School Colfax, WA 99111 110 Baker St (509) 397-4366 Moscow, ID 83843 whitco.lib.wa.us (208) 882-1226 logosschool.com WSU - Office of Research PO Box 646525 Montessori School of Pullman Pullman, WA 99164 115 NW State, Ste 109 (509) 335-3574 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4114 pullmanmontessori.org WSU - President PO Box 641048 Pullman Christian School Pullman, WA 99164-1048 345 SW Kimball Ct (509) 335-4200 Pullman, WA 99163 wsu.edu (509) 332-3545 pullmanchristianschool.org WSU Alumni Association 1 Alumni Way Pullman City Planning Director Pullman, WA 99164 325 SE Paradise St (509) 335-2586 Pullman, WA 99163 alumni.wsu.edu (509) 338-3213 pullman-wa.gov

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WSU Athletics Director Bohler Athletic Complex Cougar Way - WSU Pullman, WA 99164-1602 (509) 335-0200 wsucougars.com WSU Foundation PO Box 641925 Pullman, WA 99164-1925 (509) 335-6686 WSU Real Estate Operations & Local Relations French Ad Bldg Rm 242 PO Box 641045 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-8738 realestate.wsu.edu WSU University Communications French Ad Bldg 446M Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-3518 ucomm.wsu.edu WSU University Recreation PO Box 641830 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-8732 urec.wsu.edu

FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse 111 E 2nd St Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 332-0552 atvp.org American Cancer Society 920 N Washington St, Ste 200 Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 242-8303 relayforlife.org/pullmanwa Backyard Harvest Martin Wellness Center 510 W Palouse River Dr Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 669-2259 backyardharvest.org Boy Scouts of America 915 6th St Clarkston, WA 99403 (509) 758-7575 nwscouts.org

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Center for Civic Engagement (WSU) Compton Union Building (CUB) Lower Level (L48) Pullman, WA 99164-7204 (509) 335-7708 cce.wsu.edu Colfax Chamber of Commerce 623 N Perkins Ave Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-3712 colfaxchamber.org

Evangelical Free Church of the Palouse 4812 Airport Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-3390 efreepalouse.org Family Promise of the Palouse PO Box 9389 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-0165 familypromisepalouse.org

College Hill Association PO Box 164 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5321 collegehillassociation.org

Friends of Hospice 115 NW State St, Ste 117 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4414 friendsofhospice.net/

Community Action Center 350 SE Fairmont Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-9147 cacwhitman.com

Girl Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho 1404 N Ash St Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 747-8091 gsewni.org

Community Child Care Center 530 NW Larry St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-9290 community-childcare.org Community Congregational United Church of Christ 525 NE Campus Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6411 pullmanucc.org Concordia Lutheran Church 1015 NE Orchard Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2830 concordiapullman.org Disability Action Center NW 505 N Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-0523 dacnw.org Emmanuel Baptist Church 1300 SE Sunnymead Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5015 ebcpullman.org Encounter Ministries 190 SE Crestview PO Box 55 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2273 encounterministries.org/

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HOPE Center Moscow 1212 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4144 hopecentermoscow.com Inland Northwest Community Foundation 421 W Riverside Ave, Ste 606 Spokane, WA 99201-0405 (509) 624-2606 inwcf.org Kiwanis Club of Pullman PO Box 716 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-8406 kiwanisclubofpullman.org League of Women Voters of Pullman PO Box 366 Pullman, WA 99163 lwvpullman.org Living Faith Fellowship 1035 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1035 lffmtc.org Neill Public Library 210 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3252 neill-lib.org

Palouse Audubon Society PO Box 3606 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 334-3817 palouseaudubon.org Palouse Care Network 1515 W A St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2370 palousecarenetwork.com/ Palouse Cares 216 Sunrise Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 310-1745 palousecares.org Palouse Chamber of Commerce PO Box 174 Palouse, WA 99161 (509) 878-1811 visitpalouse.com/ Palouse Conservation District 1300 NE Henley Ct, #2 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4101 palousecd.org Palouse Habitat for Humanity 306 N Main Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-8502 palousehabitat.org Palouse Land Trust 312 S Washington St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 669-0722 palouselandtrust.org Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) PO Box 8596 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-1444 pcei.org Pullman Chamber of Commerce 415 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3565 pullmanchamber.com Pullman Child Welfare/Pullman Food Bank 1125 NW Nye St, #B Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-0801 cacwhitman.org/food-nutrition/


Pullman Christian Childcare Center 345 SW Kimball Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3545 pullmanchristianchildcare.com

RenegAID Innovative Disaster Relief PO Box 243 Palouse, WA 99161 (509) 595-8777 renegaid.org

Pullman Civic Trust PO Box 322 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9108 pullmancivictrust.org

Resonate Church 915 SE High St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-6741 experienceresonate.com

Pullman Community Council on Aging PO Box 1123 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2667 PullmanCCoA.org

Rotary Club of Pullman PO Box 335 Pullman, WA 99163 pullmanrotary.org

Whitman County Historical Society PO Box 67 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-2555 whitmancountyhistoricalsociety.org

HUB International Insurance 375 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3535 hubinternational.com

Whitman County Landlord-Tenant Association 125 SE High St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8602 wclta.com

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 201 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7411 nmfn.com/mikewaite

YMCA of the Palouse 105 NE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3524 palouseymca.org

P1FCU-Potlatch No 1 Federal Credit Union 1690 SE Harvest Dr Pullman, WA 99163-6000 (509) 332-4290 p1fcu.org

Rural Resources 1615 NE Eastgate Blvd Section G, Ste 4E Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0365 ruralresources.org

Banner Bank 300 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1561

Pioneer Insurance, LLC 104 NW Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4141

Simpson United Methodist Church 325 NE Maple St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5212 simpsonumc.org

Banner Investment Services John Sandstrom 300 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 434-3830

Umpqua Bank 225 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2042 umpqua.com

St James Episcopal Church 1410 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1742 stjamespullman.org

Buck & Affiliates Insurance West 594 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 104 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5999 buckwest.com

US Bank 301 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1313 usbank.com

Sunnyside Elementary PTO 425 SW Shirley Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1800 edlinesites.net/pages/

Columbia Bank 795 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7940 ColumbiaBank.com

Waddell & Reed 205 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2543 yourvaluesourvision.wrfa.com

Trinity Lutheran Church 1300 NE Lybecker Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1985 trinitypullman.org/

Dave Christy State Farm Insurance 690 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2500 davechristyinsurance.com

Washington Federal Bank 425 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4009 washingtonfederal.com/

Pullman Police Officers Guild 260 SE Kamiaken St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 344-0802

United Way of Pullman PO Box 426 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3691 uwaypullman.org

Edward Jones 1260 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1564 edwardjones.com

Washington Trust Bank 670 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2827 watrust.com

Pullman Presbyterian Church 1630 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2659 pullmanpc.org

Washington Nonprofits 120 State Ave, #303 Olympia, WA 98501 (855) 299-2922 washingtonnonprofits.org

HRC Wealth Management, LLC 315 S Almon Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5547 hrcwealth.com

WSECU - Bishop 405 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 562-0999 wsecu.org

Pullman Farmers Market 415 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3565 facebook.com/pullmanmarket/ Pullman Firefighters - L1892 PO Box 101 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-9515 iafflocal1892.org Pullman Foursquare Church 135 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8612 pullmanfoursquare.org Pullman Greyhound Boosters PO Box 456 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1551 pullmanhighboosters.org Pullman Lions Club PO Box 402 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2341 e-clubhouse.org/sites/pullman/

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WSECU - CUB 1500 NE Terrell Mall Pullman, WA 99164 (800) 562-0999 wsecu.org

HEALTHCARE Apple A Day Family Medicine 1205 SE Professional Mall Blvd, Ste 105 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2400 appleadayfamilymedicine.com Beneficial In-Home Care 727 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-7733 bihc.biz Better Health Together 412 E Spokane Falls Blvd Spokane, Wa 99202 (509) 321-7500 betterhealthtogether.org/ ClearView Eye Clinic, Audiology & Aesthetics 2500 W A St, Ste 202 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4662 cveyes.com Family Eye Clinic 560 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3300 pullmaneyedoctor.com GCAM Pullman 320 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-1090 Gritman Medical Center 700 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4511 gritman.org Inland Northwest Blood Center 840 SE Bishop Blvd, #103 Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 423-0151 ext. 5202 inbcsaves.org Jonny Fisher, DDS 690 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste D Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2366 JonnyFisherDDS.com

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Kindred at Home 1610 NE Eastgate Blvd, Ste 850 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6016 kindredathome.com

Pullman Family Dentistry, PLLC 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 204 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3213 pullmanfamilydentistry.com

Via Family Chiropractic 755 S Grand Ave, #3 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-4263 viafamilychiropractic.com

Latah Recovery Center 531 S Main, #B Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-1045 https://latahrecoverycenter.org/

Pullman Family Medicine 915 NE Valley Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3548 pullmanfamilymed.com

Willamette Dental Group 1646 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (855) 433-6825

Life Flight Network 7740 Airport Complex North PO Box 481 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 678-4364 lifeflight.org

Pullman Regional Hospital 835 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2541 pullmanregional.org

Moscow Family Eye Care 1205 E 6th St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-3434 moscowfamilyeye.com/ Moscow Pullman OBGYN 1205 SE Professional Mall Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6777 moscowpullmanobgyn.com Pickard Orthodontics 1240 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste S Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0674 pickardortho.com

Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 200 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2043 pullmanregional.org Pullman Sports Physical Therapy 588 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7778 Pullman Vision Source 238 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1131 visionsource-pullman.com

PRH Clinic Network, LLC 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 101 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6139

Pumori Med Spa 540 E Main St, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-7574 pumorimedspa.com/

ProFormance Physical Therapy 1225 S Grand Ave, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9204 proformancephysicaltherapy.com

Rolling Hills Eyecare 1045 N Grand, Ste E Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3610 rollinghillseyecare.com

Pullman Chiropractic Clinic 1125 NW Nye St, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2225 pullmanchiropractic.com

Sid's Pharmacy 825 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 301 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4608 sidspharmacy.com

Pullman Dental Care/John McInturff DDS 1205 SE Professional Mall Blvd, #202 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8084 pullmandentalcare.com

The Family Center, PLLC 107 S Grand Ave, Ste D Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2600 thefamilycenter.vpweb.com

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HOME & GARDEN Ace Hardware Pullman, LLC 1690 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1450 Design Effects Interiors Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8000 designeffectsinteriors.com Largent's Pullman Appliance 970 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2610 SYG Nursery & Landscaping, Inc 3252 Brayton Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3900 sygnursery.com

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS Anderson, Jon 254 E Main St, M103 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4515 Bell, Jordan 1470 SW Lost Trail Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 998-1755 Cady, Bob 900 NE Colorado St Pullman, WA 99163 (206) 755-4171 Cady, Mary Jo 840 NW California St Pullman, WA 99163 (360) 490-1052 Carey, Lynda 1110 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2631 Dale Schutt 500 E Main St Palouse, WA 99161 (509) 592-9783


Friel, Wallis 900 SE Robin Pl Pullman, WA 99163 Gibney, Dave 760 NE Reaney Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-9552 Guyett, Sue 800 SE Meadow Vale Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-3900

Hood, Marian 720 SE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5607

Kurle, Kristi 1400 NW Kenny Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0963

Hughes, Fritz NW 420 Dack Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4487

Melissa Giesa c/o Giesa Communications 20566 NE 33rd Ct Sammamish, WA 98074 (425) 898-8853 thesurvivalkit.com

Jasper, C 640 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163

Harms, Rosalie 135 NW North St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7161

Johnson, Glenn 225 SW Kimball Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4255

Hilliard, Jack and Betty Jo 1505 SW Wadleigh Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3252

Kammerzell, Tom 1102 Kammerzell Rd Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-4589

Hinz, Sue 1445 NW Kenny Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1168

Kimball, Howard 640 SE Edge Knoll Dr Pullman, WA 99163

Olfs, Nora Mae Keifer 410 SW Crestview St, Apt B3 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5649 O'Neil, Mike PO Box 86 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-1204 Paul, Bill 109 SW Verona Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2848 Petura, Barbara B 1220 NW State St, #22 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1777

Representative Mary Dye 432 John L O'Brien Bldg PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504 (360) 786-7942 representativemarydye.com Roger Daisley 142 Hatley Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (877) 333-8811 rjrsolar.com Schmick, Joe PO Box 620 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 879-2078 Schoesler, Senator Mark PO Box 40409 Olympia, WA 98504-0409 (509) 659-1774 Sherman, John 510 SW Sundance Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7389

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Skavdahl, Bill & Susie 310 NW North St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 595-8485 Stewart, Jan 1010 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1831 Swannack, Art 1201 Cree Rd Lamont, WA 99017 (509) 990-8876 Waldrop, Carleton B 1300 NW Orion Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2675 Weatherly, Ted 615 SW Panorama Dr Pullman, WA 99163 Wright, Pat 1020 SE Sunnymead Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4545

LODGING & TRAVEL Bella Vista Farm Schultz and W Twin Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-3588 thebellavistafarm.com Best Western Plus University Inn 1516 Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-0550 uinnmoscow.com Best Western Wheatland Inn 701 N Main Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-0397 bestwestern.com/wheatlandinn Cougar Land Motel 150 W Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3535 Fairfield Inn & Suites 1000 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4600 marriot.com/puwfi

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Falconstone Gardens Retreat House 355 NW Thomas Pullman, WA 99163 (712) 229-1943 Hilltop Inn 928 NW Olsen St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0928 hotelonthehill.com

Quality Inn - Paradise Creek 1400 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0500 qualityinn.com/hotel-pullmanwashington-WA015

Red Pheasant House 1845 Orchard Ave Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-3400 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites redpheasanthouse.com 1190 SE Bishop Blvd Residence Inn Pullman @ WSU Pullman, WA 99163 1255 NE North Fairway Rd (509) 334-4437 Pullman, WA 99163 hiexpress.com/pullmanwa (509) 332-4400 wsuresidenceinn.com Idaho Inn 645 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 Siesta Motel (208) 885-1480 615 S Main idahoinn.com Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-3417 La Quinta Inn & Suites siestamotelcolfax.com 185 Warbonnet Dr Moscow, ID 83843 Sixth Street Retreat (208) 882-5365 441 E 6th lq.com Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 669-0763 Little Green Guesthouse sixthstreetretreat.com 1020 S Adams St Moscow, ID 83843 The Churchyard Inn (208) 669-1654 206 St Boniface St littlegreenguesthouse.com Uniontown, WA 99179 (509) 229-3200 Moscow Pullman Bedfinders churchyardinn.com 2673 Wymouth Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-6141 The Potting Shed Guesthouse moscowpullmanbedfinders.com 911 S East St Colfax, WA 99111 Nendel's Inn (509) 397-2014 915 E Main St thepottingshedguesthouse.com Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2646 University Mobile Home & RV Park 570 Benewah St Palouse Inn Pullman, WA 99163 101 Baker St (509) 334-5701 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5511 Wesson Bunkhouse & Barn Loft palouseinn.com 284 Hayward Rd Pullman, WA 99163 Palouse Roadhouse (509) 338-5030 121 E Main St wessonbunkhouse.com Palouse, WA 99161 (509) 595-0754 Wylie Lauder House B & B Peterson Barn Guesthouse 1320 Deakin Ave Extension 847 Travois Way Moscow, ID 83843 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-5593 (208) 882-4620 wylielauderhouse.com/ www.petersonbarn.com

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MANUFACTURING Amplicon Express 2345 NE Hopkins Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8080 Decagon Devices, Inc 2365 NE Hopkins Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2756 decagon.com Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc 2350 NE Hopkins Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1890 selinc.com WCP Solutions 15321 E Marietta Spokane Valley, WA 99216 (509) 747-3133 wcpc.com

PERSONAL CARE Avalon Care Center-Pullman 1310 NW Deane St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1566 Bishop Place Senior Living 815 SE Klemgard Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-9488 BishopPlace.net Boost Collaborative 1235 SE Professional Mall Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6561 boostcollaborativewa.org Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington - Pullman PO Box 641410 Smith Gym Room 113C Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-7625 wsu.edu/CCRR/ Regency Pullman 1285 SW Center St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2629 regency-pacific.com/senior-living/wa/ pullman/regency-pullman/


Circles of Caring Adult Day Health Foundation, Inc 588 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste D Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6483 circlesofcaring.org/ i do Luxury Travel 126 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 517-1277 idoluxurytravel.com Kimball Funeral Home 905 S Grand Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3303 kimballfh.com/fh/home/home. cfm?fh_id=13407 Rock STAR Spa Bar 107 S Grand Ave, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7827 Rock STAR Tan Bar 115 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7079 rockstartanbar.com Spot Shop Cleaners 240 NE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5111 The Man Shop Barbershop 1025 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3000 themanshops.com Triumphant Custom Tattoo 187 S Grand Pullman , WA 99163 (509) 339-4130 Western Laundry Unlimited 1003 NW Nye St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-6267 westernlaundry.com

PUBLIC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT Avista 107 S Grand Ave, Ste E Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 336-6236

Pullman Disposal Service 135 NW Harold Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1914 pullmandisposal.com Time-Warner Cable 8681 SR 270 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 882-2832 timewarnercable.com/en/residentialhome.html

REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE All American Properties (WIL-RU Apts) 1615 SE Bleasner Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5631 Anita's Rentals 405 NW North St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8602 anitasrentals.com Apartment Rentals (Washington Apartment Rentals LLC) 1325 NE Valley Rd, Apt 25 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8622

Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Kathy Motley 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com/ Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Connie Newman 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com/ Coldwell Banker Tomlinson - Linda Hartford 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com/ Coldwell Banker Tomlinson - Patti Green-Kent 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com/

Coug Housing (HRA) 820 NE Colorado St Pullman, Washington 99163 (509) 332-5180 coughousing.com/ Cougar Crest Apartments 2055 NE Skyview Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6028 cougarcrestapartments.com DABCO Property Management, LLC 910 NE Providence Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6266 dabcomgmt.com Evergreen Storage 635 SW Sundance Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0234 gdsproperties.com Grayslate Apartments 775 SE Edge Knoll Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4390 palouse.net/grayslate

Beasley Realty 515 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1511 beasleyrealty.com Beasley Realty - Gary Schell 515 E Main St (509) 332-1511 beasleyrealty.com Beasley Realty - Melinda Beasley Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1511 beasleyrealty.com C & S Mini Storage 520 NW Park Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2526 Coldwell Banker Tomlinson 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com/

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Highland Property Management, LLC 252 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1281 highlandpm.com KIP Development 594 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 102 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7444 kipdev.com Palouse Commercial Real Estate 102 W Main, Ste 9 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 882-3800 palousecommercial.com Pioneer Square Apartments 220 SE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1106 Pratt Mayflower 1210 SE Latah St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2505 Pullman Laundry PO Box 227 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-5776 RE/MAX Home and Land - Andrea Abbott 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 596-5773 pullmanhomeandland.com RE/MAX Home and Land - Deb Sherritt 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 pullmanhomeandland.com RE/MAX Home and Land - J Craig Lester 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-3383 pullmanhomeandland.com RE/MAX Home and Land - Joe Pitzer 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 pullmanhomeandland.com

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RE/MAX Home and Land - Lynda Darnell 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 279-8342 pullmanhomeandland.com Stewart Title of Whitman County 130 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8833 whitmancountytitleinc.com Summit Realty Northwest 125 SE High St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2255 summitrealty.com VCS Development & Property Management Co 107 S Grand Ave, Ste F Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3182 verycoolspaces.com Wheatland RV PO Box 125 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2001 wheatlandrv.com Windermere Real Estate 1125 NW Nye St, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3530 PullmanMoscowHomes.com Windermere Real Estate - Chris Clark 1125 NW Nye St, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (509 432-8222 PullmanMoscowHomes.com Windermere Real Estate - Lynn Kramer 1125 NW Nye St, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3530 PullmanMoscowHomes.com

Arby's 1686 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2729 Auntie Anne's Pretzel Perfect 1690 SE Harvest Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7782 Banyan's on the Ridge 1260 NE Palouse Ridge Dr Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-8474 Birch & Barley 1360 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0108 facebook.com/BirchandBarley Cafe Moro 100 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3892 Cougar Country Drive-In 760 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7829 Cougar Red Distillery 1252 Orville Boyd Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2635 cougarreddistillery.com Daily Grind 230 Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3380 Dissmore's IGA 1205 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2918

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES Almota Inn at Boyer Park and Marina c/o Terri Haas 1753 Granite Road Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-3208 boyerpark.com

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Domino's Pizza 845 NE Monroe St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1555 dominos.com Foundry Kitchen & Cocktails 125 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3395 facebook.com/foundrypullman/ Fujiyama Steakhouse 1170 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 fujiyamawa.com Happy Day Catering and Event Rental 1021 Bryden Ave Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 743-0179 happydaycatering.com McDonald's of Pullman 1620 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6725 Memorable Events Catering 3001 Pennington Rd St John, WA 99171 (509) 648-3885 Merry Cellars Winery 1300 NE Henley Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-4699 merrycellars.com New Garden Restaurant 400 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0728


Paradise Creek Brewery 245 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9463 paradisecreekbrewery.com Porch Light Pizza 200 NE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7437 facebook.com/PorchLightPizza Porky's Pit Barbeque PO Box 155 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2555 porkys-pit-bbq.com Pullman Subway 460 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5906 Rico's Tavern 200 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6566

Roost Coffee & Market 125 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8534

The Seasoned House 215 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-9160

Safeway 430 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0803

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters 400 E Main St, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2326 hammercoffee.com/

Sella's Calzone, Pizza, & Pasta 1115 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1895 South Fork Public House 1680 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3675 southforkpublichouse.com Taco Del Mar 350 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7822 tacodelmarpullman.com/ The Kitchen 226 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3380

WSU Creamery/Ferdinand's Ice Cream Shoppe 101 Food Quality Bldg Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-2141 creamery.wsu.edu Zzu Bar & Grill 1525 NE Merman Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2000 zzubarandgrill.com

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL At Home Designs 250 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0658

BookPeople of Moscow 521 S Main Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2669 bookpeopleofmoscow.com College Hill Custom Threads 1000 NE Colorado, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (888) 885-1993 collegehillcustomthreads.com Crimson & Gray 1096 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1440 crimsongray.com Dancing Chocolate Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-3640 dancingchocolate.com Eastside Marketplace 1420 S Blaine Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-1533 eastsidemarketplace.com

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Goodwill Industries 201 Warbonnet Dr Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-4280 giin.org

Sam Dial Jewelers 255 E Main, Ste 101 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3425 samdialjewelers.com

Palouse Empire Gymnastics 810 N Almon Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-6408 palouseempiregymnastics.com

Higginson's Home Center and Sleep Shop 850 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6882

Sherwin-Williams 1217 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2557 sherwinwilliams.com

Palouse Ice Rink 1021 Harold St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-7188 palouseicerink.com/

Lily Bee's Consignment Shop 400 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0771 wix.com/sweetjazz589/lilybees

Sunset Marts 1455 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0400

Palouse Ridge Golf Club 1260 Palouse Ridge Dr Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-4342 palouseridge.com

Model Home Furnishings 2408 North & S Hwy Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 413-6550 extrafurniture.com Moscow Food Co-op 121 E 5th St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-8537 moscowfood.coop

The Yarn Underground, LLC 409 S Washington St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-7700 yarnunderground.com Walmart 1690 SE Harvest Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2990 walmart.com

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Neill's Flowers & Gifts 234 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3545 neillsflowers.com

Airway Hills Golf Center 4811 Airport Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-3092 airwayhills.com

Palouse Country Candy 105 N Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0600 palousecountrycandy.com

Anytime Fitness 690 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3100 anytimefitness.com/en-us/clubs/918/ Pullman-WA-health-club

Precision Engraving Gifts & Awards 672 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4384 yourengraver.com Prune Orchard 107 S Grand Ave, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4830 pruneorchard.net Rennie Keasal Chevron 485 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2813

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B & L Bicycles 219 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1703 Cougar Entertainment Center 1234 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6114 cougarlaserarena.com/ Hyperspud Sports 402 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-1150 hyperspud.com

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Palouse River Rollers PO Box 908 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-0056 palouseriverrollers.com Pullman Youth Baseball Association PO Box 1675 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3687 pyba.baberuthonline.com Rolling Hills Derby Dames PO Box 1486 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-5616 rollinghillsderbydames.com Salmon River Experience PO Box 9145 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2385 salmonriverexperience.com

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TRANSPORTATION College Cabs LLC 2460 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (855) 829-4487 mycollegecabs.com Inter-State Aviation, Inc 4800 Airport Complex N Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6596 inter-stateaviation.com/ISA/Home. aspx MTR Western 5815 W Thorpe Rd Spokane, WA 99224 (206) 838-8140 mtrwestern.com Pro Cab, LLC 110 NW Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 336-9414

Sanctuary Yoga, Barre & Dance 540 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2977 pullmanyoga.com

Pullman-Moscow Airport 3200 Airport Complex N Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4555 flypuw.com

SNAP Fitness 745 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7627 Snapfitness.com/Pullman

Wheatland Express 7601 SR 270 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2200 wheatlandexpress.com

V7 Martial Arts 872 Troy Rd, Unit 120 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 587-3521 v7martialarts.com

WHOLESALE Odom Northwest Beverages 2586 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1611


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A-12 Web Development................. (509) 595-0546 Absolute Refrigeration................... (509) 338-4594 Ace Hardware Pullman, LLC............ (509) 332-1450 Advenienz Legal PLLC..................... (425) 202-5911 Airway Hills Golf Center.................. (509) 872-3092 Aitken, Schauble, Patrick, Neill, & Schauble........................ (509) 334-3505 All American Properties (WIL-RU Apts)............................ (509) 332-5631 Allegra Image 360.......................... (509) 334-4275 Almota Inn at Boyer Park and Marina................................ (509) 397-3208 Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse............................ (509) 332-0552 Altura College................................ (509) 334-3444 Amber's Grooming Salon............... (509) 432-5483 American Cancer Society ............... (509) 242-8303 Amplicon Express........................... (509) 332-8080 Anderson, Jon................................ (509) 334-4515 Anita's Rentals............................... (509) 332-8602 Anytime Fitness............................. (509) 332-3100 Apartment Rentals (Washington Apartment Rentals LLC)............ (509) 332-8622 Appearances Marketing & Promotion.............................. (208) 301-3170 Apple A Day Family Medicine......... (509) 332-2400 Arby's............................................. (509) 334-2729 ArtBeat, Inc.................................... (208) 882-7400 Artisans at the Dahmen Barn......... (509) 229-3414 Askham, Dr. Leonard...................... (509) 339-5740 At Home Designs............................ (509) 332-0658 Auntie Anne's Pretzel Perfect......... (509) 334-7782 Automated Accounts, Inc............... (509) 326-2276 Avalon Care Center-Pullman.......... (509) 332-1566 Avista............................................. (509) 336-6236

B B & L Bicycles................................. (509) 332-1703 Backyard Harvest........................... (208) 669-2259 Banner Bank.................................. (509) 332-1561 Banner Investment Services - John Sandstrom....................... (509) 434-3830 Banyan's on the Ridge.................... (509) 335-8474 Beasley Coliseum........................... (509) 335-3526 Beasley Realty................................ (509) 332-1511 Bell, Jordan.................................... (509) 998-1755 Bella Vista Farm.............................. (208) 301-3588 BellTower Event Venue | Entertainment House................. (509) 334-4195 Beneficial In-Home Care................. (509) 339-7733 Best Western Plus University Inn.... (208) 882-0550 Best Western Wheatland Inn.......... (509) 397-0397 Better Business Bureau - E. WA, N. ID, MT........................ (509) 455-4200 Better Health Together................... (509) 321-7500

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Birch & Barley................................ (509) 332-0108 Bishop Place Senior Living............. (509) 334-9488 BookPeople of Moscow.................. (208) 882-2669 Boost Collaborative........................ (509) 332-6561 Boy Scouts of America.................... (509) 758-7575 Brelsford WSU Visitor Center........... (509) 335-4636 Brian's Body Shop.......................... (509) 334-5822 Brown Contracting & Development, Inc................... (509) 444-4400 Buck & Affiliates Insurance West....... (509) 334-5999 Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc.................. (509) 332-0161

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C & S Mini Storage.......................... (509) 332-2526 Cady, Bob....................................... (206) 755-4171 Cady, Mary Jo................................. (360) 490-1052 Cafe Moro....................................... (509) 338-3892 Carey, Lynda................................... (509) 334-2631 Carmel Minogue CPA & Associates Inc......................... (509) 332-1225 Casavant, Ken................................. (509) 335-1608 Ccooper Services............................ (509) 592-3931 Center for Civic Engagement (WSU)................... (509) 335-7708 Cheetah Electric............................. (208) 883-1099 Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington - Pullman............... (509) 335-7625 Chipman & Taylor Chevrolet........... (509) 334-3555 Circles of Caring Adult Day Health Foundation, Inc............... (509) 334-6483 Clear Channel Airports................... (610) 395-8002 ClearView Eye Clinic, Audiology & Aesthetics............................... (208) 882-4662 Coldwell Banker Tomlinson............ (509) 334-0562 Colfax Chamber of Commerce........ (509) 397-3712 College Cabs LLC............................. (855) 829-4487 College Hill Association.................. (509) 334-5321 College Hill Custom Threads........... (888) 885-1993 Columbia Bank............................... (509) 334-7940 Community Action Center.............. (509) 334-9147 Community Band of the Palouse.... (509) 334-6270 Community Child Care Center......... (509) 334-9290 Community Congregational United Church of Christ.............. (509) 332-6411 Concert Harpist for Compassion..... (509) 592-8931 Concordia Lutheran Church............ (509) 332-2830 Corporate Pointe Developers LLC.... (509) 334-4700 Coug Housing (HRA)....................... (509) 332-5180 Cougar Country Drive-In................. (509) 332-7829 Cougar Crest Apartments............... (509) 334-6028 Cougar Entertainment Center......... (509) 334-6114 Cougar Land Motel......................... (509) 334-3535 Cougar Red Distillery...................... (509) 332-2635 Crimson & Gray.............................. (509) 332-1440

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DABCO Property Management, LLC.(509) 334-6266 Daily Grind..................................... (509) 334-3380 Daisley, Roger................................ (877) 333-8811 Dan Walker Productions, LLC.......... (208) 791-7526 Dancing Chocolate......................... (509) 592-3640 Dave Christy State Farm Insurance. (509) 334-2500 Decagon Devices, Inc...................... (509) 332-2756 Design Effects Interiors................... (509) 332-8000 Design West Architects................... (509) 332-3113 DeTray's Custom Housing ............... (509) 334-4386 Disability Action Center NW........... (208) 883-0523 Dissmore's IGA............................... (509) 332-2918 DLG Enterprises, Craft Fair Promotion........................... (509) 332-5206 Domino's Pizza............................... (509) 332-1555 DSHS/DVR...................................... (509) 751-4690 Dye, Representative Mary .............. (360) 786-7942

E Eastside Marketplace..................... (208) 882-1533 Edward Jones................................. (509) 332-1564 Emmanuel Baptist Church.............. (509) 332-5015 Encounter Ministries...................... (509) 332-2273 Evangelical Free Church of the Palouse............................ (509) 872-3390 Evergreen Storage.......................... (509) 334-0234 Evergreen Tire ................................ (509) 332-7551

F FAB Consulting............................... (509) 432-6428 Facilities Services........................... (509) 335-5571 Fairfield Inn & Suites...................... (208) 882-4600 Fairview Farm................................ (509) 872-3097 Falconstone Gardens Retreat House............................ (712) 229-1943 Family Eye Clinic............................. (509) 334-3300 Family Promise of the Palouse........ (208) 882-0165 First Step Internet.......................... (208) 882-8869 First Strike Advertising................... (509) 334-1111 Foundry Kitchen & Cocktails........... (509) 334-3395 Four Star Supply, Inc....................... (509) 332-2511 Friel, Wallis..................................... Friends of Hospice.......................... (509) 332-4414 Frontier Communications............... (208) 883-8881 Fujiyama Steakhouse.....................

G GCAM Pullman............................... (509) 715-1090 Gibney, Dave.................................. (509) 715-9552 Giesa, Melissa ................................ (425) 898-8853 Girl Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho....................... (509) 747-8091


Gladish Community & Cultural Center........................ (509) 332-8081 Good Deeds Mortgage................... (509) 339-7110 Goodwill Industries........................ (208) 883-4280 GoTy Events.................................... (425) 351-5873 Graham Ballet Theater/Academy... (509) 338-4446 Grayslate Apartments.................... (509) 332-4390 Gritman Medical Center................. (208) 882-4511 Guyett, Sue.................................... (509) 592-3900

H H & R Block..................................... (509) 869-6347 Hagadone Directories, Inc.............. (800) 727-9104 Hannah Crawford, Graphic Designer........................ (208) 301-0391 Happy Day Catering and Event Rental........................ (208) 743-0179 Harms, Rosalie............................... (509) 332-7161 Hayden Homes, LLC........................ (800) 923-6607 Helena Chemical............................ (509) 334-2591 Heritage Wheel & Tire.................... (509) 334-2595 Heston, Mike - Pullman Fire Chief.. (509) 338-3272 Higginson's Home Center and Sleep Shop.......................... (509) 332-6882 Highland Property Management, LLC...................... (509) 332-1281 Hilliard, Jack and Betty Jo.............. (509) 334-3252 Hilliard's Heating & Plumbing........ (509) 332-5713 Hilltop Inn...................................... (509) 332-0928 Hinrichs & Company, LLC................ (509) 332-8888 Hinz, Sue........................................ (509) 332-1168 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites. (509) 334-4437 Home&Harvest Magazine.............. (208) 596-4434 Hood, Marian................................. (509) 332-5607 HOPE Center Moscow..................... (208) 882-4144 HRC Wealth Management, LLC....... (208) 882-5547 HUB International Insurance.......... (509) 332-3535 Hughes, Fritz.................................. (509) 332-4487 Hyperspud Sports........................... (208) 883-1150

I i do Luxury Travel........................... (800) 517-1277 iBELIEVE of the Palouse.................. Idaho Inn....................................... (208) 885-1480 Impact Grant Services.................... (509) 339-4575 Inland Cellular................................ (208) 882-4994 Inland Northwest Blood Center (800) 423-0151 ext. 5202 Inland Northwest Broadcasting...... (208) 882-2551 Inland Northwest Community Foundation............. (509) 624-2606 Inter-State Aviation, Inc................. (509) 332-6596 Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown......................... (509) 332-3502 Itani Development......................... (509) 332-2360

J j & h Printing Inc............................ (509) 332-0782 Jasper, C.........................................

Jenkins, Gary - Pullman Police Chief................ (509) 334-0802 Jess Ford of Pullman....................... (509) 334-6000 Jim Stivers Painting........................ (208) 882-5135 Johnson, Glenn.............................. (509) 332-4255 Jonny Fisher, DDS........................... (509) 332-2366

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KACI General Contractor................. (509) 332-4987 Kammerzell, Tom........................... (509) 397-4589 Ken Paulson Plumbing................... (509) 338-0824 Kimball Funeral Home.................... (509) 334-3303 Kimball, Howard............................ Kindred at Home............................ (509) 334-6016 KIP Development........................... (509) 334-7444 Kiwanis Club of Pullman................ (509) 592-8406 KLEW-TV........................................ (208) 746-2636 Kohut & Kohut LLP......................... (714) 384-4130 Kurle, Kristi.................................... (509) 334-0963

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La Quinta Inn & Suites.................... (208) 882-5365 Largent's Pullman Appliance.......... (509) 334-2610 Latah Recovery Center.................... (208) 883-1045 League of Women Voters of Pullman........................... Les Schwab Tire Centers................. (509) 334-1835 Life Flight Network........................ (509) 678-4364 Lily Bee's Consignment Shop......... (509) 332-0771 Little Green Guesthouse................. (208) 669-1654 Living Faith Fellowship................... (509) 334-1035 Logos School.................................. (208) 882-1226

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Odom Northwest Beverages.......... (509) 334-1611 Olfs, Nora Mae Keifer...................... (509) 332-5649 O'Neil, Mike.................................... (509) 432-1204

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P1FCU-Potlatch No 1 Federal Credit Union.................. (509) 332-4290 Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative, Inc......................... (509) 397-4381 Palouse Audubon Society............... (509) 334-3817 Palouse Care Network.................... (208) 882-2370 Palouse Cares................................. (208) 310-1745 Palouse Chamber of Commerce...... (509) 878-1811 Palouse Choral Society................... (509) 432-3712 Palouse Commercial Real Estate..... (208) 882-3800 Palouse Conservation District......... (509) 332-4101 Palouse Country Candy................... (509) 334-0600 Palouse Country Photo Tours.......... (509) 336-5260 Palouse Design Associates, PLLC..... (509) 432-6652 Palouse Discovery Science Center... (509) 332-6869 Palouse Empire Gymnastics............ (208) 882-6408 Palouse Habitat for Humanity........ (208) 883-8502 Palouse Hills Computing................ (509) 332-5393 Palouse Ice Rink............................. (208) 882-7188 Palouse Inn.................................... (208) 882-5511 Palouse Knowledge Corridor.......... Palouse Land Trust......................... (208) 669-0722 Palouse Professional Cleaning........ (208) 596-9292 Palouse Ridge Golf Club................. (509) 335-4342 Palouse River Rollers...................... (509) 330-0056 Palouse Roadhouse........................ (509) 595-0754 Palouse Technology Services.......... (509) 872-5061

Martonick Law Office LLC............... (509) 334-4808 McDonald's of Pullman.................. (509) 332-6725 Memorable Events Catering........... (509) 648-3885 Merry Cellars Winery...................... (509) 338-4699 Mike Lowery, CPA........................... (509) 332-2154 Model Home Furnishings............... (208) 413-6550 Montessori School of Pullman........ (509) 334-4114 Moonlight Alchemy........................ (509) 332-6189 Moscow Family Eye Care................. (208) 882-3434 Moscow Food Co-op....................... (208) 882-8537 Moscow Pullman Bedfinders.......... (208) 301-6141 Moscow Pullman Building Supply.. (509) 332-2627 Moscow Pullman Daily News......... (208) 882-5561 Moscow Pullman OBGYN................ (509) 334-6777 MTR Western.................................. (206) 838-8140 Myers Auto Rebuild & Towing........ (509) 334-1717

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Names and Numbers...................... (208) 743-0553 National Lentil Festival................... (509) 334-3565 Neill Public Library......................... (509) 338-3252 Neill's Flowers & Gifts..................... (509) 334-3545 Nendel's Inn................................... (509) 332-2646 New Garden Restaurant................. (509) 332-0728 Northwest Auto Parts..................... (509) 334-2585 Northwestern Mutual Financial Network...................... (509) 334-7411

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Palouse Trading.............................. (509) 332-1535 Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI)...... (208) 882-1444 Paradise Creek Brewery.................. (509) 338-9463 Paul, Bill......................................... (509) 334-2848 Perfection Tire................................ (509) 332-4075 Peterson Barn Guesthouse............. (208) 882-4620 Petura, Barbara B........................... (509) 334-1777 Pickard Orthodontics...................... (509) 332-0674 Pioneer Insurance, LLC................... (509) 334-4141 Pioneer Square Apartments........... (509) 332-1106 Pioneer Title Company of Washington........................... (509) 334-2210 Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC..................... (509) 332-3830 Poe Asphalt Paving, Inc.................. (509) 334-6400 Porch Light Pizza............................ (509) 334-7437 Porky's Pit Barbeque...................... (509) 334-2555 Portogo.......................................... (509) 336-4004 Pratt Mayflower............................. (509) 332-2505 Precision Engraving Gifts & Awards.....(208) 882-4384 Presnell Gage, PLLC........................ (509) 332-6541 PRH Clinic Network, LLC................. (509) 332-6139 Pro Cab, LLC.................................... (509) 336-9414 Prodigy Construction...................... (509) 280-0419 ProFormance Physical Therapy....... (509) 338-9204 Prune Orchard................................ (509) 332-4830 Pullman Chamber of Commerce..... (509) 334-3565 Pullman Child Welfare/ Pullman Food Bank.................... (509) 338-0801 Pullman Chiropractic Clinic............ (509) 332-2225 Pullman Christian Childcare Center.....(509) 332-3545 Pullman Christian School............... (509) 332-3545 Pullman City Planning Director...... (509) 338-3213 Pullman Civic Theatre..................... (509) 332-8406 Pullman Civic Trust......................... (509) 338-9108 Pullman Community Council on Aging........................ (509) 334-2667 Pullman Dental Care/ John McInturff DDS.................... (509) 332-8084 Pullman Disposal Service............... (509) 334-1914 Pullman Family Dentistry, PLLC...... (509) 332-3213 Pullman Family Medicine............... (509) 332-3548 Pullman Farmers Market................ (509) 334-3565 Pullman Firefighters - L1892.......... (509) 432-9515 Pullman Foursquare Church........... (509) 332-8612 Pullman Greyhound Boosters......... (509) 332-1551 Pullman Heating & Electric............. (509) 332-5611 Pullman Laundry........................... (509) 592-5776 Pullman Lions Club........................ (509) 332-2341 Pullman Police Officers Guild.......... (509) 344-0802 Pullman Presbyterian Church......... (509) 332-2659

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Pullman Regional Hospital............. (509) 332-2541 Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation................... (509) 332-2043 Pullman School District - Superintendent........................ (509) 332-3581 Pullman Sports Physical Therapy..... (509) 332-7778 Pullman Subway............................ (509) 332-5906 Pullman Vision Source.................... (509) 334-1131 Pullman Youth Baseball Association.................. (509) 338-3687 Pullman-Moscow Airport............... (509) 334-4555 Pumori Med Spa............................. (509) 715-7574

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Quality Inn - Paradise Creek........... (509) 332-0500 Quality Promotions........................ (406) 381-2460

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Radio Palouse................................. (509) 332-6551 Rain Shadow Research................... (509) 332-7495 Rdesign.......................................... (208) 882-5472 RE/MAX Home and Land................ (509) 332-4546 Red Barn Farms.............................. (509) 995-6335 Red Pheasant House...................... (208) 882-3400 Regency Pullman........................... (509) 332-2629 Regional Theatre of the Palouse....... (509) 334-0750 Relay Application Innovation, Inc..... (509) 334-9138 RenegAID Innovative Disaster Relief............................ (509) 595-8777 Rennie Keasal Chevron................... (509) 334-2813 Residence Inn Pullman @ WSU....... (509) 332-4400 Resonate Church............................ (509) 330-6741 Rico's Tavern................................... (509) 332-6566 Rock STAR Spa Bar.......................... (509) 334-7827 Rock STAR Tan Bar.......................... (509) 332-7079 Rolling Hills Derby Dames.............. (509) 338-5616 Rolling Hills Eyecare....................... (509) 334-3610 Roost Coffee & Market.................... (509) 332-8534 Rotary Club of Pullman.................. Rural Resources.............................. (509) 332-0365

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Safeway......................................... (509) 334-0803 Salmon River Experience................ (208) 882-2385 Sam Dial Jewelers.......................... (509) 334-3425 Sanctuary Yoga, Barre & Dance ..... (509) 332-2977 Schmick, Joe.................................. (509) 879-2078 Schoesler, Senator Mark................. (509) 659-1774 Schutt, Dale.................................... (509) 592-9783 Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc........................ (509) 332-1890 SCORE Spokane.............................. (509) 353-2821

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Scott Mackey Designs..................... (509) 288-1448 SEL Event Center............................. (509) 334-5050 Sella's Calzone, Pizza, & Pasta........ (509) 334-1895 Sherman, John .............................. (509) 334-7389 Sherwin-Williams.......................... (509) 332-2557 Sid's Pharmacy............................... (509) 332-4608 Siesta Motel................................... (509) 397-3417 Simpson United Methodist Church.(509) 332-5212 Sims Glass...................................... (509) 334-2545 Sixth Street Retreat........................ (208) 669-0763 Skavdahl, Bill & Susie..................... (509) 595-8485 Small Business Development Center.................. (509) 335-8081 SNAP Fitness.................................. (509) 334-7627 South Fork Public House................. (509) 332-3675 Southeast Washington Economic Development Association........... (509) 595-1151 Spokane Falls Community College......(509) 332-2706 Spot Shop Cleaners........................ (509) 332-5111 St James Episcopal Church.............. (509) 332-1742 Stewart Title of Whitman County... (509) 332-8833 Stewart, Jan................................... (509) 334-1831 STRATA, A Professional Services Corporation.................. (509) 339-2000 Student Entertainment Board........ (509) 335-3503 Summit Realty Northwest.............. (509) 332-2255 Sun Rental Center.......................... (509) 332-2444 Sunnyside Elementary PTO............ (509) 334-1800 Sunset Marts.................................. (509) 334-0400 Swannack, Art................................ (509) 990-8876 SYG Nursery & Landscaping, Inc..... (509) 332-3900

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Taco Del Mar................................... (509) 334-7822 The Churchyard Inn........................ (509) 229-3200 The Daily Evergreen........................ (509) 335-5138 The Family Center, PLLC.................. (509) 332-2600 The Kitchen.................................... (509) 334-3380 The Man Shop Barbershop............. (509) 332-3000 The Potting Shed Guesthouse........ (509) 397-2014 The Seasoned House...................... (509) 339-9160 The Yarn Underground, LLC............ (208) 882-7700 Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters.......................... (509) 334-2326 Time-Warner Cable........................ (208) 882-2832 Trinity Lutheran Church.................. (509) 332-1985 Triumphant Custom Tattoo ............ (509) 339-4130

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Umpqua Bank................................ (509) 332-2042 United Way of Pullman................... (509) 332-3691 University Mobile Home & RV Park..... (509) 334-5701


US Bank.......................................... (509) 334-1313 USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council.......... (208) 882-3023

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V7 Martial Arts............................... (509) 587-3521 Values Coupon Magazine............... (208) 816-2428 VCS Development & Property Management Co...... (509) 334-3182 Verizon Wireless............................. (208) 215-4349 Via Family Chiropractic................... (509) 432-4263 Village Centre Theatres LLC............. (509) 334-1002

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Waddell & Reed............................. (509) 332-2543 Waldrop, Carleton B....................... (509) 332-2675 Walmart......................................... (509) 334-2990 Washington Federal Bank.............. (509) 334-4009 Washington Idaho Symphony........ (509) 332-3408 Washington Nonprofits.................. (855) 299-2922 Washington Policy Center.............. (206) 937-9691 Washington Trust Bank.................. (509) 332-2827 WCP Solutions................................ (509) 747-3133 Weatherly, Ted............................... Wesson Bunkhouse & Barn Loft..... (509) 338-5030 Western Laundry Unlimited........... (509) 339-6267

Wheatland Express......................... (509) 334-2200 Wheatland RV................................ (509) 334-2001 WhiteRock Consulting Group, Inc..... (509) 595-5353 Whitman County Association of Realtors.................................. (509) 338-0949 Whitman County Historical Society.(509) 397-2555 Whitman County Humane Society, Inc................... (509) 332-2246 Whitman County Landlord-Tenant Association...... (509) 332-8602 Whitman County Library................ (509) 397-4366 Willamette Dental Group............... (855) 433-6825 Wills & Associates, PLLC................. (509) 334-4515 Windermere Real Estate................. (509) 334-3530 Wright, Pat..................................... (509) 332-4545 WSECU - Bishop............................. (800) 562-0999 WSECU - CUB.................................. (800) 562-0999 WSU Alumni Association................ (509) 335-2586 WSU Athletics Director................... (509) 335-0200 WSU College of Veterinary Medicine................... (509) 335-9515 WSU Compton Union Building....... (509) 335-8142 WSU Creamery/ Ferdinand's Ice Cream Shoppe... (509) 335-2141 WSU Foundation............................ (509) 335-6686

WSU Museum of Art....................... (509) 335-6140 WSU Office of Research.................. (509) 335-3574 WSU Outreach and Community Events..................... (509) 335-2531 WSU Performing Arts..................... (509) 335-8522 WSU President............................... (509) 335-4200 WSU Real Estate Operations & Local Relations....................... (509) 335-8738 WSU University Communications..... (509) 335-3518 WSU University Recreation............. (509) 335-8732 Wylie Lauder House B & B.............. (208) 883-5593 Wysup Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram..... (509) 334-4525

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YCC International........................... (509) 332-7117 Yellow Duck Refrigeration.............. (509) 330-0479 YMCA of the Palouse ..................... (509) 332-3524

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Zeppoz........................................... (509) 334-7101 Zoe Coffeehouse & Pub.................. (509) 338-9632 Zzu Bar & Grill................................ (509) 332-2000

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GETTING HERE

The Palouse has easy access via north-south routes of Hwy 195 in Washington and Hwy 95 in Idaho. Pullman and Moscow are linked by 8 miles of secondary Hwy 270

AIR SERVICES Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport (509) 338-3223 / flypuw.com Runway length 6,731 ft., expanding to 7,100 ft. Distance to Downtown Moscow 5 miles Serviced by Alaska Air (800) 252-7522 Direct flights to Seattle Tacoma International Airport alaskaair.com

CHARTER SERVICE Inter-State Aviation (800) 653-8420

TAXIS College Cabs (855) TAXI-4-US Reliance Transportation (509) 255-3131 A-Z Taxi Pullman (509) 336-5050 A-Z Taxi Moscow (208) 882-6141 Pro Cab (509) 338-0500

BUS SERVICE Pullman Transit (509) 332-6535 Smart Transit (208) 883-7747 Northwestern Trailways (800) 366-3830 Northwestern Stage Lines (208) 882-5521 Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200

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BUS CHARTERS MTR Western (509) 624-2870 College Cabs Party Bus (855) TAXI-4-US Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200

CAR RENTAL Hertz (at Pullman/Moscow Airport) (509) 332-4485 Enterprise Rent A Car (Pullman) (509) 332-3157

ROAD REPORTS Idaho (888) 432-7623 Washington (800) 695-7623 Oregon (800) 977-6368

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Let us help you keep your plumbing running smoothly. We can supply you with anything from a new toilet to a new water heater, kitchen faucet, bathtub, or shower trim. Give the Big Boys on the Palouse a call. Clear that drain with one phone call to Ken Paulson Plumbing.

(509) 338-0824

Ken Paulson

Plumbing, Inc.

Remodel • New Construction Emergency Service for nights and weekends.

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