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PULLMAN ACTIVITIES GUIDE 2020

INCLUDES THE PALOUSE REGION we are #PullmanProud


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of Contents 04

Welcome to Pullman

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Pullman at a Glance

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Education in Pullman

08

Helpful Info

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City of Pullman

10

Get Involved in Your Community

12

Enjoy Your Retirement Here on the Palouse

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Get Out & Explore

16

The Great Outdoors

20

Arts & Culture

22

25 Free Things to Do on the Palouse

23

Discover More to See & Do

25

Meet up on the Palouse

26

Getting Here

28

Explore the Palouse Year Round

34

The Palouse Scenic Byway

39

Welcome to the Chamber

40

Chamber Programs & Membership Benefits

42

Meet the Board

45

Chamber Committees

47

Membership Directory

60

Alphabetical Membership Directory

In 2018, Pullman was ranked one of America’s most beautiful towns by Expedia.

Rod Schwartz

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Tamara Lewis

COVER PHOTO Thank you to Jane Loughney

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

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WE L C O M E

To Pullman When you visit Pullman, you feel at home. We’re more than just a college town or a photography hot spot. We’re a community of 34,000+ residents building a future for our friends, family and visitors. Whether you’re just passing through or looking to relocate, there are a wide variety of opportunities here in Pullman and around the Palouse region. Regardless of your interests, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities throughout the Palouse that will keep you busy! Explore Pullman’s food and beverage scene, drive the Palouse Scenic Byway or catch a show at one of the local theaters. Choose your own adventure here in Pullman. Grab your camera and capture the beautiful sites of the Palouse, visit the surrounding towns, eat, drink and be merry! There is something for everyone, and it all starts in Pullman. So, won’t you join us?

Britnee Christen, Tourism Director tourism@pullmanchamber.com

Alison Meyer Photography

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Pullman, the friendliest town in the world! Steve Stone

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 of Pullman (first known as “Three Forks”) has a rich history going back to the 1870’s. First on 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 1889, 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.

Pullman is Business Friendly Nestled in the picturesque southeastern corner of Washington State in a region popularly known as the Palouse, the City of Pullman offers business resources to help enterprising entrepreneurs maneuver through various stages of a business lifecycle. This article briefly describes four local programs worthy of consideration. For more information on any of these programs, the Pullmanbased Small Business Development Center or the Pullman Chamber can recommend the best course of action. In the Seed Stage, the entrepreneur typically goes through business planning, legal considerations and market research to help turn an idea into a product or service. In the Startup Phase, the business owner may be balancing various competing priorities to help make the business go. As the hard work of planning and operating the business starts to pay off, the business owner finds itself in Growth Phase, adding employees, launching new product lines, adding new locations or acquiring another company. Ultimately, the business owner enters a Transition Phase in which the owner thinks about the end game, including selling the business, transitioning to a successor or winding it down entirely.

Four locally based programs worthy of consideration:

Small Business Development Center , a federally funded program with matching funds from WSU Washington State University serves as an advisor for enterprising entrepreneurs through all stages of a business lifecycle. Southeast Economic Development offers entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses a suite of consulting, mentoring and educational programs and services designed to jump start and grow local businesses, and connect with federal, state, regional and local resources to promote economic vitality by creating and retaining jobs through business, tourism and community development.

Innovation Corps

(I-Corps), is a 10-week program in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters to validate the market viability of a business idea. Open to all entrepreneurs through a selection program, this NSF funded program is thriving in its third year at Washington State University.

Business Plan Competition during Spring semester at Washington State University offers university and high school students a chance to compete for thousands of dollars to start their businesses. Find more at pullmanbusinessportal.com PULLMA N | PL A Y 5


Pullman,

at a glance With a population of 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. 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 to and to grow a business in!

MILEAGE CHART

AREA STATISTICS

MAJOR EMPLOYERS

Number of miles from Pullman to:

Average Elevation.........................2,346 ft. above sea level

Schweitzer Engineering..............2,490

Area of City.....................................10.7 sq. miles

Pullman Regional Hospital.........420

Area of County..............................2,159.4 miles

Wal-Mart.........................................250

Traffic Signals.................................20

Pullman School District...............301

Latitude...........................................N.46° 43’40”

City of Pullman..............................200

Longitude.......................................W.117° 11’

Safeway...........................................120

Average drive time to work........12 minutes

The Bookie......................................100

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 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 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

Decagon Devices..........................100

POPULATION ESTIMATE MAY 2019

REAL ESTATE

Pullman 34,019

ESTIMATED AVERAGE HOME VALUE

Whitman County 49,344

Pullman...........................................$300,400

MINIMUM WAGE

CLIMATE

Fall

POPULATION PROFILE

WSU.................................................2,261

Whitman County..........................$264,000

As of January 2020: $13.50

HOUSING STATISTICS

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

(as of October 2019)

Total Whitman Co. August 2019: 5.6% Total WA State avg August 2019: 4.6% National avg for August 2019: 3.7%

Number of single-family dwellings: 4,349 Number of Duplexes: 947 units Number of Multiple dwellings: 7,463 units Number of Manufactured homes: 517 units

COST OF LIVING

TRANSIT 2018 RIDERSHIP FIGURES

Composite Index...........................97.1

Fixed Route.................................. 1,361,962

Grocery Items................................100.8 Housing...........................................124.1

Dial-A-Ride...................................23,869

Transportation...............................62.3

PULLMAN-MOSCOW REGIONAL AIRPORT

Health Care.....................................94.3

2018 Boardings...........................69,699

Utilities............................................84.3

Misc. Goods and Services...........95.0

TAX RATES Local & State Retail Tax................7.8% Business & Occupational............none (local) Total city property tax rate.........$4.178/$1000 Metro Parks District levy rate.....$0.2978/$1000 State Income Tax...........................none

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EDUCATION

Steve Stone

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 Pullman Parks & Recreation (509) 338-3227 / pullmanparksandrec.com Sunnyside Preschool & Child Care Center (509) 334-9097 / facebook.com/SunnysidePS 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 (509) 336-7205 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

Colleges SPOKANE FALLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Located on the campus of Washington State University, Spokane Falls Community College-Pullman offers a full selection of on-ground and online coursework needed to earn the Associate in Arts and Associate in Business transfer degrees. Our thriving Running Start program provides high school students the opportunity to complete a tuitionfree two-year college degree while simultaneously finishing high school. Our clubs give students leadership opportunities and help develop vital “soft skills” required in today’s competitive job markets. Choices include Gaming club, Diversity club, Film and Photo club, Creative Writing club, and the Activities Board. SFCC-Pullman also offers a successful and popular Adult Basic Education program, with class offerings available during the morning and evening hours. The program includes GED preparation, high school completion, basic math and English skills, computer basics, and college preparation. We are committed to supporting the community and responding to its needs, and we offer workshops and events that are open to the public. To learn more about what we have to offer, please visit us on the web at pullman.spokanefalls.edu or call us at (509) 332-2706. 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. There are more than 20,000 students currently enrolled at the scenic 620-acre Pullman campus. These students 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

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helpful info Getting Info Emergency Situations.....................................911 Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse.......(509) 332-0552

Senior Center.....................................................(509) 332-1933 Whitman County Parks....................................(509) 397-6238

Parking Violations Bureau..............................(509) 334-0802

County Calls

Pullman Fire Department...............................(509) 332-8172

Whitman County Courthouse.......................(509) 397-4622

Pullman Police Department...........................(509) 334-0802

Whitman County Landfill...............................(509) 334-2400

Pullman Regional Hospital.............................(509) 332-2541 Road conditions (recording)..........................511 Washington State Patrol.................................(509) 397-3600 Emergency line.............................................(800) 283-7803 Whitcom (non-emergency)...........................(509) 332-2521

Utilities and Services Avista Utilities....................................................(800) 227-9187 Pullman Disposal..............................................(509) 334-1914 City of Pullman Water & Sewer (maintenance)...................................(509) 338-3243

Business Questions

Water & Sewer (billing)...................................(509) 338-3204

Better Business Bureau...................................(509) 455-4200

Frontier Communications, Home and Business Installation....................(509) 331-5788 or (208) 883-8881

Pullman Chamber of Commerce..................(509) 334-3565 City Clerk.............................................................(509) 338-3209 Community Improvements............................(509) 338-3300 Post Office..........................................................(509) 334-3093 Small Business Development Center...........(509) 335-8081 WorkSource Pullman.......................................(509) 332-6549

AT&T.....................................................................(208) 882-3426 Inland Cellular...................................................(800) 248-8822 Sprint...................................................................(208) 310-9133 Verizon................................................................(509) 332-1400 Spectrum TV & Internet..................................(888) 892-2253

Licensing Contacts

Direct TV.............................................................(888) 513-2850

Dept. of Licensing (Driving)...........................(509) 334-2510

Dish TV................................................................(877) 504-1747

Dept. of Licensing (Vehicle)...........................(509) 334-3648

Transportation Connection Coast Transportation.......................................(800) 873-9996 Dial-A-Ride.........................................................(509) 332-5471 Pullman Transit..................................................(509) 332-6535 See page 26 for more options

Help and Assistance Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse.......(509) 332-0552 Community Action Center.............................(509) 334-9147 Palouse Resource Guide: palouseresource.org Pullman Child Welfare.....................................(509) 338-0801

First Step Internet.............................................(208) 882-8869 or (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 or (800) 338-8801 Whitman County Gazette...............................(509) 397-4333

Radio Stations New Country 104.3 KHTR...............................(509) 332-6551

Pullman Food Bank..........................................(509) 338-0801

Newstalk 1150 KQQQ, Newstalk 104.7, COUGAR SPORTS..............................................(509) 332-6551

Pullman Food Bank (CAC)...............................(509) 334-9147

Hits 104.7 KQZB.................................................(509) 332-6551

Social Security Office.......................................(800) 772-1213

KCLX 1450 AM, KZZL 99.5 FM........................(208) 892-2855

TDD for Hearing Impaired..............................711

KRLF 88.5 FM......................................................(509) 332-3545

Community Activities

KRPL 1400 AM, KZFN 106.1 FM.....................(208) 882-2551

Neill Public Library...........................................(509) 334-3595

KWSU 1250 AM.................................................(509) 335-6500

Palouse Empire Fair Office..............................(509) 397-6263

KZUU 90.7 FM....................................................(509) 335-2207 (WSU Campus)

Pullman Parks and Recreation.......................(509) 338-3227

KJEM Jazz 89.9...................................................(509) 335-6500

Reaney Public Pool...........................................(509) 332-3221

NPR.......................................................................(509) 335-6500

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CITY

of Pullman CITY OFFICIALS (509) 334-4555 Term: 4 years (ends Dec. 31) MAYOR Glenn Johnson..............................2020-2023 CITY COUNCIL Ward 1 Ann Parks .......................................2020-2023 Al Sorensen....................................2018-2022

Ward 2 At Large Daniel Records...............................2018-2022 Nathan Weller................................2020-2023

Rod Schwartz CHIEF OF POLICE Gary Jenkins

CLERK (509) 397-6240

CITY ATTORNEY Laura D. McAloon

TREASURER Christina (Chris) Nelson...............2020 (509) 397-6230

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER Karen Sires AIRPORT MANAGER Tony Bean

SHERIFF Brett Meyers...................................2022 (509) 397-6266 x 305

At Large Eileen Macoll..................................2020-2023 Council meetings are every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at City Hall (televised on Channel 13)

Whitman County Officials Colfax, WA (509) 397-4622

Washington State Officials Olympia, WA (800) 321-2808

Appointed City Officials (509) 338-3208

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (509) 397-6200

Ward 3 Brandon Chapman.......................2018-2022 Patricia Wright...............................2020-2023

CITY ADMINISTRATOR Adam Lincoln LIBRARY SERVICES DIRECTOR Joanna Bailey IS MANAGER Wayne Brannock RECREATION MANAGER Kurt Dahmen PARKS MANAGER Alan Davis PLANNING DIRECTOR Pete Dickinson DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS Kevin Gardes FIRE CHIEF Mike Heston FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR Mike Urban

Elected Officials: Term: 4 years (ends Dec. 31)

District 1 Art Swannack.................................2020 District 2 Dean Kinzer....................................2020 District 3 Michael Largent............................2022 SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE Gary J. Libey....................................2020 (509) 397-6244 DISTRICT COURT JUDGE John Hart........................................2022 (509) 397-6260

GOVERNOR Jay Inslee / Term – 2021 9TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES SENATOR Mark Schoesler / Term – 2021 REPRESENTATIVE Mary Dye / Term - 2021 REPRESENTATIVE Joe Schmick / Term – 2021 5TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE Cathy McMorris Rodgers / Term – 2021 WASHINGTON STATE SENATORS Maria Cantwell / Term – 2025 Patty Murray / Term - 2023

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Denis Tracy.....................................2022 (509) 397-6250 AUDITOR/ELECTION OFFICER Sandy Jamison..............................2022 (509) 397-6270 ASSESSOR Robin Jones....................................2022 (509) 397-6220

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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G ET I NVO LVED I N Y O UR

Community A great way to get settled on the Palouse is to be involved! Several service organizations and clubs welcome you to take part in this active, close-knit community. For a complete list of nonprofits on the Palouse, visit pullmanchamber.com

Rhoddy Jensen

SERVICE GROUPS

Pullman Boy Scouts (208) 669-2062 / nwscouts.org

American Legion info@alp52.com

Pullman Civic Trust (509) 338-9108 / pullmancivictrust.org

Grand Avenue Greenway (509) 332-7162

Pullman Girl Scouts (509) 844-5576 Ext 134 / gsewni.org

Pullman Kiwanis (509) 432-4263 / pullmankiwanis.org

Pullman Greyhound Boosters (509) 332-1551 / psd267.org/page/449

Pullman Lions Club (509) 334-2591

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Rotary Club of Pullman (303) 506-4561 / clubrunner.ca/ portal/home.aspx?cid=601 YMCA of the Palouse (509) 332-3524 / palouseymca.org

For more information download the Volunteering Brochure at pullmanchamber.com


RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Bethany Bible Church (509) 332-1712 / faithfamilyjesus.com

Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall (509) 332-6255

Church of Christ (509) 332-6815 / find them on facebook

Living Faith Fellowship (509) 334-1035 / livingfaithfellowship.com

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (509) 332-6066 / lds.org (509) 334-9035 / lds.org

Pullman Foursquare Church (509) 332-8612 / pullmanfoursquare.org

Common Ministry at WSU/ Koinonia House (509) 332-2611 / interfaith-house.com

Pullman Presbyterian Church (509) 332-2659 / pullmanpc.org

Community Congregational United Church of Christ (509) 332-6411 / pullmanucc.org Concordia Lutheran Church (509) 332-2830 / concordiapullman. wordpress.com 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

Steve Stone

Pullman Islamic Center (509) 334-9424

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

Harvest Baptist Church (813) 731-4188 / harvestpullman.org

The Jewish Community of the Palouse facebook.com/ JewishCommunityofthePalouse

Hills Church (509) 715-1192 / hillschurch.com

Trinity Lutheran Church (509) 332-1985 / trinitypullman.org

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Enjoy Your

R E TI R E M E N T H E RE I N

Pullman!

There are various reasons to retire in Pullman. Not only are the views breathtaking, but the quality of life is refreshing. Pullman may be a small town but it shares in many amenities of a large city. Here is why you should retire in Pullman:

High Quality of Life , with a modest cost of living. Not only is Pullman home of WSU, it also has several startup 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 recognized for its 5-star care and patient experience. With a comprehensive medical staff of approximately 60 primary care and specialist physicians, we provide quality care close to home. Our Emergency Department is here 24/7 and has a partnership with Life Flight Network that assures transfer to higher level acuity hospitals in Spokane and Seattle if necessary.

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 theatres. A neighborhood band might take you home with classic rock or a headliner the likes of Elton John, Taylor Swift or ZZ Top could give you a night to remember.

Nationally Recognized for Low-Crime Rankings. Safewise.com reported that Pullman was rated the eighth safest city in Washington in 2017. 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 nonprofit 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 Best of Broadway performance in Spokane? Have you been to the Peach Festival in Greenbluff? A Cowboy Supper show in Stateline? The opportunities are all around!

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GET OUT AND

Explore! From grizzly bears to world famous cheese and everything in between, there is plenty to explore here on the Palouse!

Richard Palmer

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Ken Carper

Ken Carper

Need a Discover Pass? Find one at Walmart at 1690 SE Harvest, Pullman, WA. To learn more about the Washington Discover Pass visit wdfw.wa.gov/ licensing/vendors/county/Whitman/

So much to explore! For a complete list of attractions including directions, downloadable brochures and more visit: pullmanchamber.com

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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 where you can enjoy bird watching, hang-gliding, paragliding and spectacular views. You may even catch sight of the resident moose. For more information call (509) 337-6457.

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

Flight Tour of the Palouse Experience the unique beauty of the Palouse by air! This is an opportunity to gaze at the rolling hills and communities of Moscow and Pullman with an endless view. Contact Inter-State Aviation for rates and scheduling at (509) 335-2141 or visit inter-stateaviation.com

WSU Creamery & Ferdinand’s This hidden gem features gourmet ice cream, soda fountain treats and is home to the world-famous Cougar Gold Cheese. The observation room is open to the public. For more information call (509) 335-2141 or visit public.wsu. edu/~creamery

WSU Bear Research, Education & Conservation Center 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 enclosure from spring-fall. For more information call (509) 335-1119 or visit bearcenter.wsu.edu

Palouse Falls State Park A hidden oasis 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 Parks Pullman enjoys four seasons and 18 parks with over 145 acres of land, which provides a wide variety of outdoor activities. Pullman Aquatic Center is an indoor facility with lap pool, therapy pool, toddler pool and a fitness center. Reaney Pool is an outdoor facility with dive pool, lap pool and toddler splash pool. The pool is in Reaney Park, home of the National Lentil Festival and the Summer Concert Series. Sunnyside Park is home to Pullman’s Fourth of July Celebration and includes two ponds, a waterfall and a 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. Find a complete list of parks and locations online at pullmanchamber.com or visit pullmanparksandrec.com for more details on classes and activities.

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THE G R E A T

Outdoors The Palouse region offers unparalleled beauty, a unique landscape, rural charm, four distinct seasons and thousands of acres with outstanding photo opportunities. 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 because there are countless opportunities to capture that picture-perfect shot!

Photography on the Palouse The Palouse region offers unparalleled beauty, a unique landscape, rural charm, four distinct season and thousands of acres with outstanding photo opportunities. Keep in mind 98% of these lands in Whitman County are privately owned and landowners are not required to post trespassing signs. Stay on the roads and off property that does not belong to you. Please also be aware of heavy farm equipment on the roads. Photographers find late spring and early summer to be the opportune time for photographing the green hills and the golden fields of wheat. In May and late June photographers find the less stable weather provides opportunity to capture dramatic lights and skies. It is a bit more of a gamble for photographers on a tight schedule, but the payoff can be beautiful. Winter on the Palouse is often gray, but a clear sunrise over fields freshly dusted with snow can be a real prize to a photographer lucky enough to catch the right moment. This is also the best time for raptor viewing. Feel free to share your photos with us! Find us on Facebook @ PicturePerfectPalouse!

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Alison Meyer Photography “Palouse Perfect”. Early morning light over brilliant green hills and native wildflowers make this a classic photo of the Palouse hills. Photographed on Kamiak Butte, Washington, looking south toward Moscow, Idaho and Pullman, Washington.

Photography Tips from Alison Meyer 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 golden crops occurs around late July-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: Photograph with your own creative spirit! Popular photographic locations are photographed repeatedly — remember, 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, walk over a hill, get off the trail, shoot in “lousy” weather or lighting conditions. Try breaking some photographic “rules” by using blur or low light, a cell phone camera, or creative post processing effects. All of these things can result in unique photos.


Lenses: A wide angle lens is helpful for depicting expansive landscapes. Composing your picture with an interesting foreground subject, such as a rock outcrop or flowers, will give perspective to a scene which also contains a more distant landscape. Use a small aperture to bring all parts of the scene into the best focus possible. Create more abstract landscape images:

by using a long lens to capture a narrow section of the scenery. When photographing from a distance with a long lens, the Palouse hills can appear interestingly compressed and rippled. If the atmosphere isn’t clear, the haze lends a softness to the photo which can be painterly and interesting.

Carry A Tripod: A tripod allows you to use slower shooting speeds without blur resulting from camera movement. 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 print very large sharply focused photographs. 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. Barns that

appear abandoned, seemingly deserted 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 graciously thank landowners whenever possible.

About Alison Meyer Alison Meyer has been a professional photographer since 1991, selling her photographs to thousands world-wide. Her photography is sold at many shops, fairs 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

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Biking The Palouse is a great place for biking! You’ll find 38 miles of paved trails, single-track mountain biking opportunities, hilly road biking and more! For your safety helmets are always recommended and please use hand signals for stops and turns. Need some gear or trail advice? Visit B&L Bicycles at 219 E. Main St. or download your Pullman Trails map at pullmanchamber.com and #PedalThePalouse!

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 the University of Idaho and downtown Moscow. The Latah Trail connects to Paradise Path and runs between Moscow, ID and Troy, ID.

Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s This paved bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way starting from Plummer, ID. More than 71 miles of paved path takes you over the Chatcolet Bridge at Heyburn State Park, along the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene and into the chain lakes region, through historic Silver Valley and ends in the high mountain splendor. For more information call (208) 682-3814 or visit parksandrecreation.idaho.gov

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Pullman Chamber of Commerce Majestic Nature


Hiking & Walking There are plenty of opportunities to explore the outdoor hiking trails. Weave your way to the top of buttes and see panoramic views of the Palouse, stroll through old growth forests or explore town. There is a trail for everyone! Find a complete list of parks, campgrounds and hikes at pullmanchamber.com.

Kamiak Butte County Park Rising 3,641 feet high Kamiak Butte offers visitors shaded picnic areas, four large shelters, a playground facility, campground (mid-April through mid-October) and a breathtaking view of the Palouse. The butte has five miles of trails and is open dawn to dusk. Call (509) 397-6238 for information or download a self-guided Nature Walk brochure at whitmancounty.org

Klemgard County Park Nestled in a forested canyon in the beautiful Union Flat area, this 59-acre park is ideal for families, large groups and picnics. Hiking trail, stream, playground, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits available. Call (509) 397-6238 for more information or visit whitmancounty.org

Walking Tour of Pullman Stroll the history of downtown through architecture and discover important moments of our region with a self-guided brochure. A collaborative effort with 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. Request your copy of the brochure from the Pullman Chamber today!

Idler’s Rest Conservatory This conservatory is located just northeast of Moscow and offers idyllic woods adjacent to Palouse farmland. You can also cross over the road and hike the trails beyond the creek. Just a short drive from Moscow, take Mountain View Road north then turn east on Idler’s Rest Road. Watch for signs. Fore more information visit palouselandtrust.org

Mary Minerva McCroskey State Park Skyline Drive 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.

Golfing Grab your clubs and hit the course! Whether you’re looking for a Scottish links style course or mini-golf we have it here on the Palouse. For a complete list of courses visit pullmanchamber.com

Palouse Ridge Golf Club An 18-hole Scottish links style course that is ranked #8 for best Washington course 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

Airway Hills Golf Center Located between Pullman and Moscow, Airway Hills features a deluxe mini golf course, 9-hole PAR-3 Target Course and a self-service driving range. Enjoy year-round golfing with the newly installed golf simulators. The golf center offers unique Palouse views, event space, experienced staff and fun for the whole family. For more information and reservations call (509) 8723092 or visit airwayhills.com

University of Idaho Golf Course Located in 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 Mary 1st until the end of the season. For reservations call (208) 885-6171 or visit uidaho.edu/golfcourse PULLMA N | THE GREA T OUTD O O R S 19


ARTS &

culture

Regional Theater of the Palouse Here on the Palouse, we have a passion for our local arts and culture. The region is home to three community theatres showcasing worldrenowned and local talent in live performance, numerous local crafters and artisans, plus museums of history and art! There are also many opportunities to discover more about the local history, arts and culture through our local libraries and the various “thriftiqueing” shops around the region. For a complete list of galleries, theatres, shopping spots and museums visit pullmanchamber.com

Visual Arts The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at WSU The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is the largest fine art facility in the Inland Northwest with 7 galleries and a program of exhibitions that change throughout the year. The galleries offer traditional and contemporary art forms in various mediums. The Museum of Art is located on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium and the CUB on the WSU Pullman campus. For schedule of exhibits and hours call (509) 3351910 or visit museum.wsu.edu

Artisans at the Dahmen Barn Located 16 miles south of Pullman in Uniontown, WA, 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 fees. For more details including a schedule of events call (509) 229-3414 or visit artisanbarn.org

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Essential Art Gallery & Fine Gifts Located on uptown Main Street Moscow, Essential Art Gallery features over 100 artists from the United States and Canada, as well as award winning chocolate from The Chocolat Bar in Boise, ID. Each item in the store is hand-picked for quality by owner/operator Michael McCoy; a full-time artist since 2000 and Essential Art Gallery curator for over 11 years. Specializing in playfully elegant gifts, Essential Art Gallery is a must-see shop. For more information visit essentialglassworks.com or call (208) 571-5654.

Libey Gallery in The Center at Colfax Library The Center at Colfax Library boasts the Libey Gallery with 2040 square feet of exhibit space. Open 7 days a week, the gallery hosts the works of resident artists and a variety of community events. The space is available for public and private events. Conveniently located at the second stoplight in Colfax, 102 S Main St. (509) 397-4366.

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 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

Theatre & Music Regional Theatre of the Palouse A professional theatre 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 rtoptheatre.org

Pullman Civic Theatre Founded in 1946, it is a nonprofit, 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 St. Auditions and volunteer opportunities are open to all community members. For information call (509) 332-8406 or visit pullmancivictheatre.org

Moscow Community Theatre 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.org

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

Museums Perkins House Museum 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

Roy M. Chatters Newspaper & Printing Museum 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

Robert P. Worthman Veterinary Anatomy Teaching Museum at WSU The museum features an outstanding collection of anatomical specimens preserved in a variety of unique methods. Located in McCoy Hall. For information and to arrange for group tours call (509) 335-5701 or visit vetmed.wsu.edu

WSU Museum of Anthropology 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. Located in College Hall. For information call (509) 3353441 or visit archaeology.wsu.edu

Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center It is 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 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

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 a 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 locals 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) 7333375 or visit whitco.lib.wa.us

Conner Museum at WSU Housing the largest public collection of specimens in the Pacific Northwest, the museum has more than 700 mounted birds and mammals. The scientific collection used by researchers houses over 65,000 specimens. Located on the first floor of Abelson Hall. For more information call (509) 335-3515 or visit sbs.wsu.edu/connermuseum

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25 free things

to do on the Palouse 1. Take a self-guided walking tour of Colfax, one of the most intact historically intact Main streets in Washington State. Walking tour pamphlets can be obtained at the Chamber office, located inside the majestic Perkins House, 623 N. Perkins Avenue, the library or other businesses displaying the walking tour logo. 2. Drive the Palouse Scenic Byway! Learn more at palousescenicbyway.org 3. See the bears at the WSU Bear Research, Education & Conservation Center, the only one in the world. In winter, they will be hibernating. Learn more at bearcenter.wsu.edu 4. Watch artists in action at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown and get inspired. artisanbarn.org 5. The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at WSU serves creativity and innovation through artists from around the globe. With ever-changing exhibits, find their schedule and hours at museum.wsu.edu 6. Whitman County Parks and Rec presents some information through their Evening Campfire Programs offered in the spring and summer months. whitmancounty.org 7. 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 8. Go on a wild flower hike at Kamiak Butte! Print off their brochure and do a self-led nature hike. whitmancounty.org 9. Watch award winning cheese and ice cream being made at Ferdinand’s, the WSU Creamery. public.wsu.edu/creamery 10. Tiptoe through the tulips at Lawson Gardens in Pullman. pullman-wa.gov 11. Get Fresh! Our very own Farmers Markets start Mid-May through October. On Wednesday in Pullman and Saturdays in Moscow. pullmanchamber.com 12. Take a step back in time at the McConnell Mansion in Moscow. Tues – Sat, 1-4 p.m. by donation. latahcountyhistoricalsociety.com 13. 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. 14. Take friends/family photos at the University of Idaho Arboretum. Very quiet, very pretty. uiweb.uidaho.edu/arboretum

Majestic Nature 20. 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 21. Take a dip in the Blue Lagoons, just a short drive past Moose Creek Reservoir. fishandgame.idaho.gov

15. Catch a fish at Spring Valley Reservoir. Make a day of it. idaho-fishing.com

22. Walk, bike or rollerblade on the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail. It connects the Pullman and Moscow communities to 35 miles of paved trails. pullmanchamber.com

16. Learn about Environmental Stewardship at the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute. pcei.org

23. See if you can spot the resident bald eagle at Idler’s Rest just northeast of Moscow. You may even see a moose!

17. Do some thriftiqueing on the Palouse. Check out the small towns for an antique or consignment store! Find a complete list of shops at www.pullmanchamber.com

24. Take in the views with a bike ride or walk on Moscow Mountain. There are many trails to choose from. bikemoscow.org

18. Kids will love the Virgil Phillips Farm in Latah County. Activities galore in this great outdoor classroom environment. sbs.wsu.edu

25. And finally, check out the latest events and happenings on our website! pullmanchamber.com

19. Enjoy a summer concert in the park! Wednesday nights in Reaney Park in Pullman. pullmanparksandrec.com 2 2 PU L L MA N | 25 F REE T H I NG S TO DO ON THE PA LOUSE


Discover

MORE TO SEE AND D O ON T H E

Palouse!

Airway Hills Golf Center, miniature golf & driving range 4811 Airport Rd, Pullman (509) 872-3092, airwayhills.com Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, events & craft classes Uniontown (509) 229-3414, artisanbarn.org Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, walking & biking between Pullman & Moscow Access at Bishop Blvd & Hwy 27, pullman-wa.gov Conner Museum, vertebrate animals WSU Campus, Pullman (509) 335-3515, sbs.wsu.edu/connermuseum Kruegel Park, play equipment & green space South & Dike St, Pullman (509) 338-3290, pullman-wa.gov Lawson Gardens, 13 acres of lovely gardens 705 SE Derby, Pullman (509) 338-3290, pullman-wa.gov McDonald’s PlayPlace, indoor play 1620 S Grand Ave, Pullman (509) 332-6725 Palouse Ridge Golf Club, 18 holes wide open for a fun play 1260 Palouse Ridge Dr, Pullman (509) 335-4342, palouseridge.com Palouse Discovery Science Center, hands on science for all ages 950 NE Nelson Ct, Pullman (509) 332-6869, palousescience.org Pullman Aquatic Center, indoor pool & fitness center 500 NW Larry, Pullman (509) 338-3290, pullman-wa.gov Pullman’s Farmers Market, Wednesday: mid-May through mid-October Breslford WSU Visitor Center, Pullman facebook.com/pullmanmarket Reaney Park Pool, outdoor summer fun 690 NE Reaney Way, Pullman (509) 338-3227, pullman-wa.gov Star Sing Karaoke, 12 individual private rooms and superior sound equipment 1225 S Grand Ave, Ste A, Pullman (509) 339-7999, starsingkaraoke.com Sunnyside Park, playground equipment, disc golf course & trails 147 SW Cedar, Pullman (509) 338-3227, pullman-wa.gov

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more to see & do

Village Centre Cinemas, 8 auditoriums 1085 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman (509) 334-1002, PullmanMovies.com

Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center, outdoor summer fun 830 N Mountain View Rd, Moscow (208) 882-7665, ci.moscow.id.us/parks-rec

Wild @ Art 118 E 3rd St, Moscow (208) 669-2425, moscowwildatart.com

Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute, nature center & events 1040 Rodeo Dr, Moscow (208) 882-1444, pcei.org

Zeppoz Family Fun Center, bar & grill, bowling, arcade & casino 780 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman (509) 334-7101, zeppoz.com

Moscow Farmers Market, Saturdays: May through October Main St, Moscow ci.moscow.id.us/residents/farmers-market

Appaloosa Museum, hands-on kids’ area 2720 W Pullman Rd, Moscow (208) 882-5578, appaloosamuseum.org

Palouse Ice Rink, ice skating & roller skating 101 Harold St, Moscow (208) 882-7188, palouseicerink.com

Bonkerz Indoor Play Center, parent supervised indoor playcenter & birthday party venue 2305 S Main St, Moscow (208) 596-4320, gobonkerz.com

Planet 3 Extreme Air Park, trampoline park 233 Warbonnet, Moscow (208) 502-1466, facebook.com/planet3moscow

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MEET UP

on the Palouse Majestic Nature

Consider Pullman for your next meeting destination! With non-traditional locations, the Palouse inspires creativity. Exceptional venues for meetings, retreats, sporting events and family reunions. How about a wedding in a beautiful barn? A theatre, complete with stage and lights? The Palouse can offer more than 1,700 lodging accommodations for your next meeting or event!

Pullman Airway Hills Golf & Event Center (509) 872-3092 airwayhills.com 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 Brelsford WSU Visitor Center (509) 335-4636 Courtyard @ WSU (509) 332-1500 The Dahmen Barn (509) 229-3414 artisanbarn.org 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

The Seasoned House (509) 339-9160 theseasonedhouse.com

Lawson Gardens (509) 338-3227 pullman-wa.gov

WSU Compton Union Building (509) 335-9444 cub.wsu.edu/meetings-events

Merry Cellars Winery (509) 338-4699 merrycellars.com

Moscow

Neill Public Library (509) 338-3252 pullman-wa.gov/departments/ neill-public-library 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 RTOP Theatre (509) 334-0750 rtoptheatre.org/ SEL Event Center (509) 334-5050 seleventcenter.com

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 Kibbie Dome at University of Idaho (208) 885-6956 LaQuinta Inn & Suites (208) 883-5365 lq.com

For a complete list of caterers and venues visit pullmanchamber.com

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GETTI NG

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

Bus Service

Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport (509) 338-3223 / flypuw.com

Pullman Transit (509) 332-6535

Runway length 7,100’

Coast Transportation (800) 873-9996

Distance to Downtown Moscow 5 miles

Dial-A-Ride (509) 332-5417

Serviced by Alaska Air (800) 252-7522

Northwestern Trailways (800) 366-3830

Direct flights to Seattle Tacoma International Airport / alaskaair. com

Northwestern Stage Lines (208) 882-5521

Charter Service

Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200

Smart Transit (208) 883-7747

Inter-State Aviation (800) 653-8420

Bus Charters

Taxis

College Cabs Party Bus (855) TAXI-4-US

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

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MTR Western (509) 624-2870 Wheatland Express (509) 334-2200


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Car Rental 27

Hertz (at Pullman/Moscow Airport) (509) 332-4485

95

Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Pullman) (509) 332-3157 Road Reports Idaho (888) 432-7623 Washington (800) 695-7623

195

Oregon (800) 977-6368 Montana (800) 332-6171 Pullman also have Uber and Lyft available —check the apps for details

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E X P L O RE T H E PA L O USE

Year Round

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Spring

Areas of Interest

The greening of the Palouse is the most eagerly awaited season of the year and typically arrives in May. After the winter snow melts, the landscape transforms with brightly colored green hills set against blue skies. Late-May typically arrives in April. After the winter snow melts, the landscape transforms with brightly colored green hills set against blue skies. Mid-May typically brings the rapeseed or canola bloom and injects an intense, electric yellow into a photographers shot. Pullman residents and visitors alike wait in anticipation of spring to get outside and enjoy the beautiful colors.

Lawson Gardens

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Oriented around a large reflecting pool and gazebo, seasonal plantings of colorful annuals accent the walkways. Take a stroll and enjoy the rose garden—featuring over 600 assorted roses— and the perennial garden that provides unique and colorful displays year-round. 705 Derby St. Pullman, WA Find more details at pullman-wa.gov/rec/Lawson


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Koppel Farm Community Gardens 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. For more details call them at (509) 332-6184 or email koppelgardens@gmail.com.

Spring Events

yum. Located at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center at 150 E Spring St. Open Wednesdays 3:30-6:30 p.m. from mid-May to mid-October. facebook.com/ pullmanmarket.com

Stratton’s Cutting Garden 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.

Sunnyside Park Disc Golf

ΠThoroughly Modern Millie April 16-26 rtoptheatre.org

This challenging 18-hole disc golf course is in beautiful Sunnyside Park amid green grass, trees and two ponds. Course map and directions are available at pullmanwa.gov/departments/parks-a-recreation/parks/ parks/sunnyside-park

Œ WSU Mom’s Spring Arts & Crafts Fair April 3-4 bit.ly/2bev7xr Œ Moscow Hemp Fest Third week in April moscowhempfest.com

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

ΠMoscow Renaissance Fair Weekend of the first Sunday of May moscowrenfair.org ΠPullman ArtFest May 15-16 facebook.com/PullmanArtsCommission

Moscow Farmers Market

For an updated calendar of events visit pullmanchamber.com

Summer Summer on the Palouse is spectacular with the bright blue skies and puffy white clouds. By late June the wheat turns from green to gold. Summertime on the Palouse is perfect for fishing, swimming, camping and enjoying outdoor events. Oh, and don’t forget Pullman’s original food and brew fest, The National Lentil Festival!

Areas of Interest Reaney Park Pool Pullman’s outdoor pool, located in Reaney Park has a diving pool, lap pool and kid’s splash pool. Open midJune through August, 7 days a week, 1-6 p.m. 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, jam, baked goods, and other local

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 market is located downtown on Main Street between 3rd and 6th Streets. Held each Saturday, May through October, from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Fishing at Rock Lake A large, beautiful lake ideal for boating and fishing. This lake is home of the Train Wreck Mystery of 1908-1915. Several dozen boxcars full of new Model T Fords are reportedly still at the bottom of this lake. Divers have not been able to locate as the exact crash site is unclear, but it is suggested it happened near Johnson beach. A beautiful lake, it is ideal for boating and fishing.

Spring Valley & Moose Creek Reservoirs Favorite fishing holes for 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.

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Pullman’s Fourth of July Celebration A classic home-town community event for the whole family, paid for through proceeds raised during the BBQ and with donation jars located in local businesses. Games for the entire family, BBQ food, cotton candy, pie, live entertainment, fireworks and more, all beginning at 5 p.m. in Sunnyside Park. pullmanchamber.com/visit-pullman/chamberevents/

32nd Annual National Lentil Festival 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, a beer garden and free lentil chili from the world’s largest chili bowl! For more information visit lentilfest.com

Summer Events ΠPullman Summer Concerts in the Park Wednesdays pullmanparksandrec.com ΠMoscow ArtWalk June 19 Moscow.id.us/189/Artwalk

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Œ Safety Fair at WSU June 27, 2020 visitor.wsu.edu Œ Johnson’s 4th of July Parade July 4, 2020 at 10:00am This is a grassroots event, just show up in Johnson! Œ Albion’s 4th of July Parade July 4, 2020 at 12:00pm Œ Pullman’s Fourth of July Celebration July 4, 2020 at Sunnyside Park Pullmanchamber.com Œ Rendezvous in the Park July in Moscow rendezvousinthepark.com Œ National Lentil Festival August 21-22, 2020 lentilfest.com For an updated calendar of events visit pullmanchamber.com

Fall Celebrate the bounty of harvest in late August and watch as the combines cling to the Palouse hills as the golden wheat is harvested. Fall also marks back-to-school time and the beginning of PAC-12 Athletics.


Areas of Interest

Areas of Interest

University of Idaho Arboretum and Botanical Garden

University of Idaho Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival

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

This annual February tradition brings thousands of young musicians and collegians as well as internationally-revered jazz artists to campus for several days of performances, workshops and world class evening concerts. Details at uidaho.edu/jazzfest

Bishops’ Orchard, Garfield, WA At Bishops’ Orchard, you can 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 bishoporchard.com

Take the Inland Northwest Ale Trail! Traverse the beautiful Palouse in search of your favorite local brew. A touring challenge of 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 seasonal beer on hand. Virtual tour and complete list of breweries available at inlandnwaletrail.com/

Fall Events ΠAutumn Arts & Crafts Festival October in Pullman Find them on Facebook ΠChocolate Decadence November 12, 2020 in Pullman pullmanchamber.com For an updated calendar of events visit pullmanchamber.com

Winter The snow may begin to fall, but there is still tons do explore! Pullman is close to skiing opportunities and wonderful trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Winter also offers up the best time to view raptors, enjoy a day at the spa and shop around for the perfect holiday gift!

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 hotspots visit palouseaudubon.org

Holiday Fest and Tree Lighting Ceremony 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 Œ She Loves Me Feb. 13-23, 2020 rtoptheatre.org Œ Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival February 28-29, 2020 https://www.uidaho.edu/class/jazzfest Œ Pullman’s Holiday Fest & Tree Lighting December 5, 2020 pullmanchamber.com Œ Drive-Thru Nativity Early December livingfaithfellowship.com For an updated calendar of events visit pullmanchamber.com

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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 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 discoveries, it’s a great stop or destination. Public restrooms are conveniently located downtown. 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 area 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. Watch your step but keep your eyes open and look around! Main Street in Palouse is on the National Register of Historic Places. Palouse has one of the oldest and most beautiful city parks in the area with picnic structures, playground and outdoor swimming pool. You’ll also find the Palouse RV Park. 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

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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 Bishop’s Orchard. You can even press your own cider. Just outside of town is the Elberton fishpond, stocked with fish, for kids 14 and under. Find more at garfieldwa.com

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, and which now features an electric vehicle charging station.


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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 their 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. You’ll see a 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 to arrange a tour of one of the landmarks call City Hall at (509) 284-3861. Visit tekoachamber.com

Events in the North ΠFrog Regatta Festival, mid-April, Rockford, WA ΠFirst Saturday Market, June РOctober, Tekoa, WA, tekoachamber.com ΠMay Day Celebration, 3rd Saturday in May, Garfield, WA, garfieldwa.com ΠRosalia Battle Days, 1st Saturday in June, Rosalia, WA, rosaliabattledays.org ΠFlag Day, 2nd Saturday in June, Fairfield, WA fairfieldwa.com ΠSlippery Gulch Celebration, 3rd Saturday in June, Tekoa, WA, tekoachamber.com

ΠCommunity Wide Yard Sale, last Saturday in July, Garfield, WA, garfieldwa.com ΠPalouse Music Festival, late July, Palouse WA, visitpalouse.com ΠMulti-town Garage Sale, 1st Saturday in August, Tekoa, WA, tekoachamber.com ΠHot August Rockford Nights, mid-August, Rockford, WA rockfordwa.com ΠPalouse Days, mid-September, Palouse, WA, visitpalouse.com ΠOrchard Festival, late September/Early October, Garfield, WA, garfieldwa.com ΠSE Spokane County Fair, mid-September, Rockford, WA ΠHarvest Celebration, 1st Saturday in October, Latah, countryhearts&hands.com ΠHaunted Palouse, two weekends in October, Palouse, WA, visitpalouse.com ΠSmall Business Saturday, last Saturday in November, Tekoa, WA, tekoachamber.com ΠChristmas Festival, first Sunday in December, Garfield, WA, garfieldwa.com ΠChristmas in Palouse, first Saturday in December, Rockford, WA For more updated information on events please visit palousescenicbyway.org

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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 the 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. A visit to this charming town might include a stop at a local coffee shop or restaurant, a round of golf at the beautiful 9-hole course situated on the Palouse River, or viewing the latest art exhibit at The Center at Colfax Library.

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 a boat ramp. Contact Boyer Park (509) 397-3208 Wawawai Park is 16 miles southwest of Pullman, and a beautiful park with picnic facilities, camping, fishing, and a hiking trail. For more information visit whitmancounty.org

Lower Granite Lock and Dam A great escape to warmer climate, just 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 on 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. Stop at the beautifully restored LaCrosse Market and Gathering Place.

Events in the West Œ Palouse Empire Plowing Bee, 3rd weekend in April, Colfax WA explorecolfax.com Œ LaCrosse Farmer’s Festival, mid-June, lacrossewa.us.org Œ Perkins House Ice Cream Social, last Sunday in June, Colfax, WA explorecolfax.com Œ Palouse Empire Threshing Bee, Labor Day, Colfax, WA explorecolfax.com Œ Palouse Empire Fair, September, Colfax, WA palouseempirefair.org Œ Lighted Christmas Parade, December, Colfax, WA explorecolfax.com For more updated information on events please visit palousescenicbyway.org

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 find 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. 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.

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 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 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

Events in the South ΠGerman Sausage Feed, first Sunday in March, Uniontown, WA uniontown.us ΠVarious summer performances and exhibits at the Dahmen Barn, artisanbarn.org ΠJubilee Days, late-July, Colton, WA ΠFlea Market & Community Yard Sale, 3rd Saturday in August, Uniontown, WA uniontown.us ΠHoliday Gift Gala, first Saturday in December, Uniontown, WA artisanbarn.org For more updated information on events please visit palousescenicbyway.org

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welcome to the chamber Hello! On behalf of The Pullman Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center, I would like to extend a warm welcome! Whether you’re a new resident, an incoming student, or simply a visitor, I encourage you to explore all that Pullman has to offer. Join me on a quick journey through the highlights of our town. Before you descend into Pullman from atop the beautiful, rolling hills of the Palouse, take a look around. Whether the fields are snow covered, lush and green, or amber waves of grain, all seasons are picture perfect. Pullman brings many opportunities to get outdoors. From hiking, or biking on miles of pathways, to fishing on the Snake River and photographing wildlife, your days can be filled with play. Don’t forget to bring your golf clubs and play 18 at Palouse Ridge Golf Club (rated as the 2nd best college golf course in the country). Washington State University makes its home in Pullman. This beautiful, world class research institution, and leader in Division-1, Pac-12 Athletics is what leads many Cougar Alumni to “find their way back home.” WSU provides year-round entertainment in the form of athletics, theater, art, and music. When you’re ready to get out on the town, look no further than Pullman’s historic downtown and the surrounding area. Locally owned stylish boutiques, excellent dining opportunities, bars, theater, and unique coffee shops line the streets of downtown. The surrounding area offers karaoke, mini golf, many other fun activities. Pullman’s quality of life is second to none in Washington State. Pullman recently ranked as the “Best City to live in Washington State” (ChamberofCommerce.org). Our communities focus on education, health, and safety, make Pullman the perfect place to raise your family. Again, welcome to Pullman. We are so glad you’re here! Best,

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Chamber Programs

& membership benefits Our members are partners in this community-based organization dedicated to making Pullman a better place to live, work and do business.

Chamber Staff

Events in 2020 Œ Monthly General Membership Luncheons Œ March 28- Cabaret Œ June- National Lentil Festival Poster Unveiling Œ Pullman’s Fourth of July Celebration Œ August 21-22- National Lentil Festival Œ November 12- Chocolate Decadence Œ December 5- Holiday Fest Œ December 15- Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon Œ December- Chamber Holiday Party & Volunteer Appreciation

2020 Chamber Awards ΠChamber Member of the Year РMike & Sue Hinz ΠMarshall A. Neill Community Service РStephen & Sharon Hall ΠCivic Improvement РPullman Schools Food Pantry Program ΠChamber Hall of Fame Historical- Mike Rydbom ΠChamber Hall of Fame Modern РCommunity Band of the Palouse

Mike Lowery Pictured left to right: Kimberly Marshall, Office Manager; Britnee Christen, Tourism Director & National Lentil Festival Director; Marie Dymkoski, Executive Director

Information Pullman business referrals Visitor and relocation information Events calendar

Brochures

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.

21 & Over Camping on the Palouse Downtown Retail Map Palouse Scenic Byway Whitman County Map Pullman City & WSU Campus Map Pullman Activities Guide Pullman, A Walking Tour Pullman Trails & Pathways Dining Guide Volunteering Walk of Fame And More!

General Membership Luncheons

Website

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. Approximately 15,000 copies are distributed yearly. Members are listed alphabetically, as well

pullmanchamber.com includes membership directory by name and category, demographic information, ‘Hotel & Motel Availability’ reports for busy weekends.

Normally scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at noon, 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

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as by business category. Our website receives thousands of hits a month, increasing the visibility of our member businesses.

Chamber Email News This weekly Thursday morning 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 monthly newsletter is sent to more than 15,000 businesses and residents in Pullman and Albion. Showcase new product lines, business changes, and your upcoming events, as space allows.

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 50 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

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 (1,742+ followers) and Twitter (2,230+ 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 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.-7 p.m. This sponsorship is available for $350, and all benefits will be exclusive to the Chamber Business of the Month.

Frequently, the Chamber sponsors workshops to help equip you in your business dealings or to update you on changing regulations.

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MEET

the board Francis Benjamin Francis came to this region to attend college, met his wife Heidi, and never left. Pullman provides great work opportunities, has a wonderful climate, and is the perfect place to raise a family. He works at Washington State University ‘06 & ’14 designing psychological research experiments, providing technology solutions, and teaching Real Estate. He owns FAB Consulting a technology solutions consulting company. Francis served on Pullman’s City Council 2003-2015 and is former president of the Association of Washington Cities. He co-leads the 5-day Be The Entrepreneur Bootcamp. He is active with the National Lentil Festival, the Chamber’s government affairs & economic development committees and in the community: Kiwanis, Boy Scouts, Pullman Community Council on Aging, Palouse Knowledge Corridor, and Pullman 2040.

Jill Bielenberg Jill Bielenberg is a lifelong native of the Palouse with family roots in Genesee, Idaho. She has always had a bilateral focus on professional education and high-volume restaurants. After living in the Seattle area, she returned to the Palouse and assumed the role of the general manager of the famed Breakfast Club in Moscow while obtaining multiple degrees in various fields of education from the University of Idaho. While pursuing her career in Early Childhood Development/Special Education, she also held a role on state/national boards and committees for public policy and curriculum development for early childhood and special education initiatives. Most recently she was the president for Idaho’s Association for the Education of Young Children Board of Directors. In 2012 Jill took on the position of the general manager for Birch & Barley. She has taken great pride in being part of the Pullman community and feels honored to be working amongst such inspiring business men and women Jill 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 business owner, member of the Pullman Chamber Board of Directors - President (and as the current Legendary Lentil Festival Cook-off Coordinator!).

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 19992006 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. Other involvements include: United Way Executive Board Secretary, 2011-present; YMCA of the Palouse Board of Trustees, 2013-present; Pullman Chamber of Commerce Cabaret Committee, 2005-present; YMCA Annual Fundraising event, 2013-present; and Association of Washington Business Board Member, 2015.

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McKenzie Brumet McKenzie Brumet manages corporate giving and philanthropy for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. Born and raised in eastern Washington, she has been proud to call Pullman home for the past 10 years. After earning her Bachelor of Science in Communication from Eastern Washington University, McKenzie held a variety of positions before joining SEL in 2008. She has volunteered for numerous local organizations.

Andrew Flabetich - President Andrew Flabetich is a Commercial Insurance Agent at HUB International in Pullman. Andrew (WSU ’12) and his wife Allison (WSU ’13) have called Pullman home since they arrived on the WSU campus as freshman in 2008. Originally from Vancouver and Walla Walla, Andrew and Allison love the small-town lifestyle in Pullman with the social and cultural relevance that the university brings. They’re also excited for their three children to grow up in a great education system, and where WSU is right across town. They love the Cougs, their church, traveling, spending time with family, working on their house, and meeting new friends. You can find Andrew at every Cougar football home game, and Allison at the warm ones. They are active in their church and Andrew currently services on the board at Palouse Care Net. Andrew also coaches middle school football at LMS in Pullman.

Ginger Flynn Ginger Flynn is the Business Development Leader at Dave Christy State Farm. She moved to Pullman January, 2012 to join her longtime high school “sweet heart”, Scott Hodge. Ginger has been active in the community since her arrival; Volunteering at Second Chance Animal Thrift Store, Whitman Senior Living, Bishop Place, and Pullman HS Booster events. She has been a Pullman Kiwanian since arriving in Pullman. She has served on the board the past seven years, and is the current President of the Kiwanis Club of Pullman, the largest service club on the Palouse. Her community service through Kiwanis has allowed her to co-chair the “Stuff the Bus” campaign for the past 3 years, co-captain Kiwanis/WSU football parking, and chair the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast and Music Fest. Ginger is an active participant in the Women’s Leadership Guild, Whitman County Association of Realtors, Whitman County Landlord Tennant Association and Real Life Church. She has volunteered at The National Lentil Festival for many years, including coordinating all volunteers for the 2016 event. Ginger is the 2018 recipient of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce member of the year award. She enjoys attending Cougar home sporting and entertainment events, the benefits of living in a small town, and walking her French Bullhuahua, “Nahla” in the snow while talking to her 29 year old, sunshine drenched, Sarasota Florida resident Jacob Burgh. Giving back to and growing the community she calls home brings her great satisfaction. Mahatma Gandhi – “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service to others.”


Megan Guido Megan Guido is the Chief Marketing & Community Relations Officer at Pullman Regional Hospital. She received her Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Idaho and her Master’s in Public Administration from Seattle University. Her experience includes more than 20 years in leadership positions in healthcare and at non-profits in marketing, fundraising and community engagement. She currently oversees community relations, marketing, digital and social media at Pullman Regional Hospital, a 5 Star, Women’s Choice®, critical access hospital, located in eastern Washington. In addition, she is a licensed trainer for Color Code® (personality and communications style assessment) and is a certified executive and leadership coach.

Glenn Johnson Former Chamber President Glenn Johnson is in his fifth term as Mayor of Pullman and chair of the Pullman Moscow Regional Airport. He continues as the “Voice of the Cougs” at Washington State University for football and men’s basketball games, now in his 39th year. Glenn was appointed by the Governor as a Trustee with the Community Colleges of Spokane that has a branch on the WSU campus in Pullman. He was named Honorary Alumnus of WSU in 2016, 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 several Chamber committees: Fourth of July (chair); Government Affairs; and volunteers with Lentil Festival and Cabaret. Several years ago, he received the first ever Continuous Service Award from the Chamber. 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 based in Seattle. He is chair of the state’s Transportation Improvement Board and is a trustee and chair of the Employee Benefit Trust that insures city workers in about 245 cities in the state. He is the former president of the Association of Washington Cities, the association that represents all 281 cities in the state and is professor emeritus in the Murrow College at WSU.

Chris Park Chris Park was named Washington State’s Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Relations on August 01, 2018. Park will overseeg communications, marketing, ticketing, creative services and video operations, while also serving as WSU’s liaison with IMG. Prior to coming to WSU, Park spent the previous five years as the senior associate athletic director for external operations and development at UTEP, after joining the Miners in July of 2012 to serve as the Associate Athletic Director for Development. At UTEP, Park oversaw external operations, including ticketing, marketing and video production & graphic design, while serving as the liaison with IMG, UTEP’s multimedia rights holder. He was heavily involved in athletic fundraising and served on the athletics senior staff and as the sport administrator for football and men’s golf. In 2014, Park served as the Co-Chair for the Conference USA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournament and in 2015-16 chaired the university and citywide committee tasked with commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the 1966 NCAA Championship. During the spring of 2018, Park was credited for his leadership and assistance in raising over $10 million toward the planned $15 million renovation of the Sun Bowl which started this past summer. Prior to El Paso, Park spent six years (2006-12) at Texas State University as the assistant athletic director for development. During his time on the senior administrative staff in San Marcos, Texas, Park oversaw the Bobcat

Club and served as a major gift fundraiser. He played a vital role in the school’s transition from Division I FCS to FBS. Park joined the Texas State staff after more than two years at Sam Houston State, where he served as the Bearkats’ first athletic development and marketing coordinator from January 2004 to July 2005 before spending August 2005 through July 2006 as the school’s external operations coordinator. Prior to Sam Houston State, Park held a pair of positions in the department of athletics at his alma mater, Texas A&M University. While at A&M, Park worked in both the marketing and media relations offices. At Texas A&M, Park held the position as the 12th Man team rewards program coordinator, where he managed the program’s $100,000 budget, oversaw the program’s marketing efforts, hired and scheduled staff, and developed corporate sponsorships. Park’s athletic administrative career began in his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas, as a marketing intern at Texas Christian University, where he developed corporate sponsorship proposals, worked with ticketing and executed marketing research for the department. A 2002 graduate of the Lowry Mays School of Business at Texas A&M, Park also holds a master’s degree from the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M, which he completed in 2004. He is married to the former Anna Johnston and the couple has a son, Matthew.

Jaci Kajfas Alvarez Jaci Kajfas Alvarez leads the sales department at the Marriott Pullman Properties, LLC (Residence Inn and Courtyard). A Washington state native, she was raised in Skagit Valley, then transferred to Seattle University for her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a focus in Economics and Philosophy. She has an extensive background in hospitality, management, events, and wine! As a sommelier (wine educator) and artist, Jaci is passionate about service - for the community, hospitality, arts and business. A mother of two (with one now adult child in San Diego, CA!), Jaci relocated to the Palouse seeking the close-knit community life, rather than the hectic city life. Moving with her son from Ballard, she brings a background in community leadership with over fifteen years collective at Arts Ballard, Salmon Bay Schools auction committee, and small arts associations through the Seattle area. Jaci loves the outdoors, spending time with her dogs, gardening, and continuing to diversify her taste in food, wine, and travel. A firm believer that the strength of a community is driven by the participation of all individuals, Jaci is very excited to join the Chamber of Commerce and share her passion for community.

Bob Maxwell Bob Maxwell is the superintendent of the Pullman School District (PSD) 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 boards/committees and enjoys volunteering in the community. Bob received his Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) from WSU in 2011. In his spare time, Bob can be found in the great outdoors fishing, hunting, hiking or rock hounding. Bob and his wife, Adrienne, love Pullman and the array of outdoor activities, arts, entertainment, and PSD/WSU athletic events. Bob and Adrienne; have two girls Madeline and Kate attending Pullman High 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.

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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 40 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.

Alex Pan Alex is the Director of the Community Affairs for the Associated Students of Washington State University. The Department of Community Affairs works with the City of Pullman to ensure the students of WSU and the community members of Pullman have a mutually beneficial relationship.

Stacy Pearson Ms. Pearson became the University’s Vice President for Finance and Administration in March 2017. Prior to coming to the University, Ms. Pearson was the Chief Financial Officer at Boise State University (“BSU”) and previously served eight years as that university’s associate vice president for finance and administration. She has been director of internal audit services for the Oregon University System and the Idaho State Board of Education. She is an active participant and presenter for regional and national higher education professional organizations including the National Association of College and University Business Officers (“NACUBO”), and she was recently appointed to NACUBO’s Research Universities Council. Ms. Pearson earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Idaho and a master’s of public administration degree from BSU. She is a certified public accountant and serves on several boards, including College Spark Washington, the Downtown Pullman Association, the Pullman Regional Hospital and the Pullman Moscow Regional Airport.

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.

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Robert Rembert Robert Rembert is a past President of the Board of Directors, as well as a civil litigation attorney and shareholder at Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown, P.S., Pullman’s full-service community law firm. He attended Western Washington University where he obtained his undergraduate degree and met his wife, Jeannine. Rob attended Seattle University School of Law and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1996. He is a member of both the Washington and Idaho Bar Associations, has served as President of the Whitman County Bar Association and is a member of the Lewis & Clark State College Legal Support Programs Advisory Committee. Active in the Pullman community, Rob has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Pullman Education Foundation, a Commissioner on the Whitman County Elected Officials Salary Commission and was a Trustee for Neill Public Library for over ten years. Rob, Jeannine and their four children enjoy making Pullman their home.

PJ Sanchez PJ Sanchez is a Washington State University graduate and a Relationship Manager at Washington Trust Bank in Pullman. He has worked at Washington Trust Bank since it opened its doors in Pullman and has been the Branch Manager since May of 2014. Since moving to the Palouse in the fall of 2009, PJ has enjoyed volunteering and being involved in the Pullman Community. PJ is involved in several civic groups including the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, Kiwanis Club, and Lions Club. PJ lives in Pullman with his wife, Kelli Kamimura, who is the Head Women’s Golf Coach at WSU, and their dog, Gus. In his spare time, PJ enjoys golfing, traveling and attending all Cougar sporting events.

Susan Weed Former Chamber President Susan Weed (1996-97) 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 Chamber’s Board of Directors, serves as a member of the Pullman School District Board of Directors, as well as on the Pullman Civil Service Commission, The Pullman Regional Hospital Auxiliary Annual Holiday Tea, and the Washington/Idaho Symphony Board. Born and raised in Seattle, Susan and her husband Bill have owned and operated Pullman's radio stations since 1974. Susan says that Pullman has been a wonderful place to raise their 3 kids, and she loves going to businesses where she knows and can trust the person behind the counter. She believes that if you care deeply about something, like she does about our community, then it is important be get involved. Being a Board member gives Susan the satisfaction of knowing that she is helping to make Pullman a better place to live, work and do business!

Pat Wright Former president Pat Wright is another long term member of the Board of Directors. Since her retirement as general manager of The Bookie, Pat has remained active in the Pullman community. She enjoys working part-time at Neill's Flowers and Gifts and on the Pullman City Council. In addition to being a Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Pat is Past President and Membership Chair of Pullman Regional Hospital Auxiliary and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Pullman Education Foundation. Pat has lived in Pullman since 1975. She is originally from New York, and moved to California before residing in Pullman.


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committees 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.

The Palouse Scenic Byway – Britnee Christen

Cabaret – Marie Dymkoski

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”

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.

Government Affairs- Hailey Lewis 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. This committee meets regularly via conference call with area legislators during legislative session.

Economic Development - Francis Benjamin 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. Projects: Legislative agenda, Pullman Business Portal, 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)

Pullman’s Fourth 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 Christen This two-day, free 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, Cook-off Competition, Sports Tournaments and more. The festival likes to see new faces and hear fresh ideas.

Working with small, Palouse communities along the byway to increase business, tourism and awareness of events and activities.

Pullman-WSU Relations - Marie Dymkoski

Meeting Time: Third Wednesday bi-monthly, 3:00 p.m., Daily Grind Coffee House in downtown Pullman.

Holiday Fest – EVENTS COORDINATOR This group plans Chocolate Decadence, Pullman’s Holiday Fest and Tree Lighting and holiday decorations throughout Pullman. Meeting time: Once in October

Chamber Led Initiatives Pullman 2040 Pullman 2040 is a comprehensive visioning process designed to engage the entire community in creating a long-range vision for the Pullman community. Pullman 2040 will also create a detailed action plan to help ensure that community priorities established in the vision are achieved. pullman2040.org

Town Gown Collaborative The Pullman community and Washington State University foster and maintain a strong relationship, characterized by high levels of communication and collaboration. Utilizing shared resources, both entities work together to identify opportunities, leverage resources, and address areas for improvement. As a result of this strong relationship, Pullman is recognized as an exceptional college town.

Meeting Time: Announced, as needed

Pullman Arts Commission

Regional Theater of the Palouse

Pullman Arts Commission

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membership directory Accounting & Legal Aitken, Schauble, Patrick, Neill, & Schauble 165 NE Kamiaken, Ste 210 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3505 aspnrs.com Eifert Law Firm, PLLC 316 S Washington St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 405-0486 eifertlaw.com H & R Block 151 Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 869-6347 hrblock.com Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown 1230 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3502 imsblaw.com Mike Lowery, CPA 417 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2154 Presnell Gage, PLLC 1230 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6541 presnellgage.com Wills & Associates, PLLC 254 E Main, Ste 240 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4515 willspllc.com

Advertising & Media ArtBeat, Inc 428 W 3rd St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-7400 artbeatinc.com Carlin Media Solutions 18612 80th Ave NE Kenmore, WA 98028 (206) 240-5108 carlinmediasolutions.com

Ccooper Services PO Box 142 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-3931 Dan Walker Productions, LLC 1519 Linden Ave Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 791-7526 dwproductions.com Dryland Media 545 SE Quail Ridge Dr #4 Pullman, WA 99163 (206) 856-2107 drylandmedia.com FirstStrike Advertising 225 SW Skyline Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1111 firststrikeadvertising.com Giesa Communications - Survival Kit 2711 Moorelands Dr NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335-5807 (425) 898-8853 thesurvivalkit.com Hagadone Directories, Inc. PO Box 1266 Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816 (800) 727-9104 blackphonebook.com HK Creative, Hannah Kroese 931 Lewis St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-0391 hkcreative.co Home&Harvest Magazine PO Box 9931 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 596-4434 homeandharvestmagazine.com Inland Northwest Broadcasting 1114 N Almon Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2551 inlandnwbroadcasting.com j & h Printing Inc 223 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0782 jhprintingonline.com

The Daily Evergreen East Murrow 113 WSU Pullman, WA 99164-2510 (509) 335-5138 dailyevergreen.com

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) 791-7617 namesandnumbers.com Pullman Marketing 325 NW State St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 240-9735 pullmanmarketing.com Pullman Radio Stations PO Box 1 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6551 pullmanradio.com Quality Promotions PO Box 223 Lolo, MT 59847 (406) 381-2460 qualitypromotionsads.com Rdesign 112 W 4th Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5472 users.moscow.com/rdesign Recraft Creative 969 SW City View Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 310-1682 recraftcreative.com Scott Mackey Designs 120 SW Church St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 288-1448 scottmackey.me

Values Coupon Magazine 2740 Mayfair Dr Lewiston, ID 83501-4234 (208) 816-2428 valuescoupons.com Written By Stone 320 SW Kimball Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-1739

Agriculture, Fishing & Forestry Four Star Supply, Inc 355 NW State St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2511 fourstarsupplyinc.com/pullman Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC 13 SR 27 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2591 helenaagri.com Hinrichs & Company, LLC 155 SE Kamiaken, Ste 2 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8888 hinrichstrading.com 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

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Animal Health, Supplies, & Services Red Barn Mobile Veterinary Services, PLLC PO Box 9089 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 994-6228 redbarnmobilevets.com Tail Waggin Adventures LLC 4481 SR 27 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2275 tailwagginday.com Traveling Tails PO Box 915 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 595-1808 merrytravelingtails.com Whitman County Humane Society, Inc 1340 SE Old Moscow Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3422 whitmanpets.org WSU College of Veterinary Medicine PO Box 647010 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-9515 vetmed.wsu.edu

Arts, Culture & Entertainment Artisans at the Dahmen Barn 419 N Park Way Uniontown, WA 99179 (509) 229-3414 artisanbarn.org Beasley Coliseum PO Box 641710 925 N Fairway Rd Pullman, WA 99164-1710 (509) 335-3526 beasley.wsu.edu Community Band of the Palouse Gladish Community Center, Rm B-20 115 NW State St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6270 palouseband.org Essential Art Gallery & Fine Gifts 203 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 571-5654 essentialglassworks.com

Gladish Community & Cultural Center 115 NW State St, Ste 212 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8081 gladishcommunity.org

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

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

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU 6077, FAC, Wilson Rd Pullman, WA 99164-7301 (509) 335-6140 museum.wsu.edu

Automotive

University Collision of Pullman 2530 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5822 universitycollisionrepair.com

Moscow Wild At Art LLC 118 E 3rd St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 669-2425 moscowwildatart.com National Lentil Festival 415 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3565 lentilfest.com Palouse Choral Society PO Box 8112 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 432-3712 palousechoralsociety.org Palouse Discovery Science Center 950 Nelson Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6869 palousescience.net Pullman Civic Theatre Nye Street Theatre 1220 NW Nye St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8406 pullmancivictheatre.org Regional Theatre of the Palouse 122 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0750 rtoptheatre.org Village Centre Theatres LLC 1085 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1002 pullmanmovies.com Washington Idaho Symphony PO Box 9185 Moscow, ID 83843-1685 (509) 332-3408 wa-idsymphony.org

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Chipman & Taylor Chevrolet 250 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3555 chipmantaylor.com Evergreen Tire & Auto Repair 300 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7551 aaaserviceandtire.com Heritage Wheel & Tire 520 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2595 heritagewheelandtire.com Jess Ford of Pullman 2590 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6000 jessford.com Les Schwab Tire Centers 160 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1835 lesschwab.com/store/wa/pullman/317 Myers Auto Rebuild & Towing 2580 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1717 myersautorebuildandtowing.com Northwest Auto Parts 200 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2585

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 Appearances Marketing & Promotion 129 W 3rd St, #104 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-3170 appearances-marketing.com Better Business Bureau - E. WA, N. ID, MT 152 S Jefferson, Ste 200 Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 455-4200 spokane.bbb.org Dixon-Royals Business Advisory Services 1110 SE Sunnymead Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-3049 dixon-royals.com

MYERS AUTO REBUILD/TOWING Collision Repair, Painting, 24-hour Towing, Frame Straightening, Free Estimates, Jump Starts

509.334.1717 2580 S. Grand Ave, Pullman, WA 99163


Express Employment Professionals 624 Bryden Ave Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 743-6507 lewistonid.expresspros.com FAB Consulting 600 SW Fountain Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-6428 FASTSIGNS 826 21st St Lewiston, ID 83501 (208) 798-7979 fastsigns.com/594-lewiston-id GeoProfessional Innovation Corporation 6 O'Donnell Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-2000 geoprocorp.com Gladish Community & Cultural Center 115 NW State St, Ste 212 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8081 gladishcommunity.org Inspired Look 1710 Concord St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 310-6961 inspiredlook.net j & h Printing Inc 223 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0782 jhprintingonline.com Mike Lowery, CPA 417 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2154 Palouse Knowledge Corridor PO Box 9203 Moscow, ID 83843 palouseknowledgecorridor.com 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 308 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3830 plateau-crm.com

Sims Glass 195 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2545

Palouse Technology Services 212 S Main St, Ste 1 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 872-5061

Hilliard's Heating & Plumbing 370 NW Park Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5713

Small Business Development Center WSU Research & Technology Park 1615 NE Eastgate Blvd, Bldg 1, Sec G, Ste 5W Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 335-8081 wsbdc.org

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

Itani Quality Homes 1515 SW Wadleigh Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-5147 itaniqualityhomes.com

Spectrum Business 8681 SR 270 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 626-8149 Business.spectrum.com

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

Southeast Washington Economic Development Association 845 Port Way Clarkston, WA 99403 (509) 751-9144 seweda.org 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) 335-9444 cub.wsu.edu

Computers, Technology, Electronics & Telecom AT&T (Connect Wireless) 650 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 110 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 292-6829 First Step Internet 1420 S Blaine St, Ste 10 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-8869 fsr.com Inland Cellular 960 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4994 inlandcellular.com

Wholesail Networks 901 Pitcher Street Yakima, WA 98901 (800) 800-5347 wholesailnetworks.com

Construction, Maintenance, & Repair 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 10209 149th St E Puyallup, WA 98374 (253) 840-6773 detrayscustomhousing.com Ealy Construction 719 Mabelle St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 596-1181 ealyconstruction.com Electrical Contractors NW Inc PO Box 254 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2003 ecwinc.com

Mayhem 2852 Granite Rd Colfax, WA 99111 Moscow & Pullman Building Supply. 400 SE Fairmount Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2627 mbspbs.com Poe Asphalt Paving, Inc PO Box 449 Lewiston, ID 83501 (509) 334-6400 poeasphalt.com Portogo PO Box 8748 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-3030 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 pullmanheating.com Wheat Valley Electric LLC 214 N Main Albion, WA 99102 (509) 595-8609 wheatvalleyelectric.com Yellow Duck Refrigeration PO Box 1326 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-0479

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Education & Government ASWSU PO Box 647204 Pullman, WA 99164-7204 (509) 335-9591 aswsu.wsu.edu Brelsford WSU Visitor Center 150 E Spring St Pullman, WA 99164-1912 (509) 335-4636 visitor.wsu.edu Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc 805 SE Klemgard Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0161 buildingblocksccc.com City of Pullman 325 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3208 pullman-wa.gov Dean Kinzer, Whitman County Commissioner Dist. 2 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2805 Dye, Representative Mary 432 John L O'Brien Bldg PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504 (360) 786-7942 representativemarydye.com Facilities Services PO Box 643611 Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-5571 cpd.wsu.edu Gary Jenkins - Pullman Police Chief 260 SE Kamiaken St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0802 pullman-wa.gov/departments/police Heston, Mike - Pullman Fire Chief 620 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3272 Logos School 110 Baker St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-1226 logosschool.com

Montessori School of Pullman 115 NW State, Ste 109 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4114 pullmanmontessori.org

WSU - President PO Box 641048 Pullman, WA 99164-1048 (509) 335-4200 wsu.edu

Pullman Christian School 345 SW Kimball Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3545 pullmanchristianschool.org

WSU Academic Success and Career Center 160-190 Lighty Student Services Building Pullman, WA 99164-1061 (509) 335-6000 ascc.wsu.edu

Pullman City Planning Director 325 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3213 pullman-wa.gov Pullman Public Schools 240 SE Dexter Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 336-7220 psd267.org Pullman School District Superintendent 240 SE Dexter Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3581 pullmanschools.org Schoesler, Senator Mark PO Box 40409 Olympia, WA 98504-0409 (360) 786-7620 markschoesler.src.wastateleg.org Spokane Falls Community College 185 Veterans Way Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 332-2706 pullman.sfcc.spokane.edu Student Entertainment Board 320 Compton Union Building Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-3503 seb.wsu.edu Washington Policy Center PO Box 3643 Seattle, WA 98124-3643 (206) 937-9691 washingtonpolicy.org WSU - Office of Research Washington State University Lighty Student Services Rm. 280 Pullman, WA 99164-1060 (509) 335-5532 research.wsu.edu

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WSU Alumni Association 1 Alumni Way Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-2586 alumni.wsu.edu WSU Athletics Director Bohler Athletic Complex Cougar Way - WSU Pullman, WA 99164-1602 (509) 335-0200 wsucougars.com WSU Center for Entrepreneurial Studies 225 SE Idaho Street Commons 110B Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-0342 entrepreneurship.wsu.edu WSU Foundation Town Centre 301 PO Box 641925 Pullman, WA 99164-1925 (509) 335-6686 foundation.wsu.edu WSU International Programs PO Box 645121 Pullman, WA 99164-5121 (509) 335-1718 ip.wsu.edu WSU University Marketing & Communications French Ad Bldg 446J 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 Center for Civic Engagement (WSU) Compton Union Building (CUB) Lower Level (L48) Pullman, WA 99164-7204 (509) 335-7708 cce.wsu.edu Citizen's Climate Lobby Palouse Region Chapter 1040 Creston Lane Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 768-3458 cclpalouse.org Colfax Chamber of Commerce 623 N Perkins Ave Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 553-9729 explorecolfax.com College Hill Association PO Box 164 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5321 collegehillassociation.org Community Action Center 350 SE Fairmont Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-9147 cacwhitman.com 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

Kiwanis Club of Pullman PO Box 716 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-8406 kiwanisclubofpullman.org

Emmanuel Baptist Church 1300 SE Sunnymead Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5015 ebcpullman.org

League of Women Voters of Pullman PO Box 366 Pullman, WA 99163 lwvpullman.org

Encounter Ministries 645 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-1500 encounterministries.org

Living Faith Fellowship 1035 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1035 livingfaithfellowship.com

Palouse Habitat for Humanity and Habitat Surplus Sale store 306 N Main Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 883-8502 (office) 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

Evangelical Free Church of the Palouse 4812 Airport Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-3390 efreepalouse.org

Mack Strong TEAM-WORKS Foundation Lincoln Middle School 315 SE Crestview St Pullman, WA 99163 (206) 922-5340 teamworksfoundation.org

Family Promise of the Palouse PO Box 9389 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-0165 familypromisepalouse.org

Neill Public Library 210 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3252 neill-lib.org

PRH Auxiliary/Diane's Gift Garden 1110 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2631 info.pullmanregional.org

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

Palouse Audubon Society PO Box 3606 Moscow, ID 83843 (509) 334-3817 palouseaudubon.org

Pullman Chamber of Commerce 415 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3565 pullmanchamber.com

Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho 1404 N ASH ST SPOKANE, Washington 99201 (509) 747-8091 gsewni.org

Palouse Care Network 1515 W A St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2370 palousecarenetwork.com

Pullman Child Welfare/Pullman Food Bank 100 NW Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-0801 pullmanchildwelfare.org

iBELIEVE of the Palouse PO Box 1191 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 336-0607 ibelieveotp.org Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry 816 W Bannock St, Ste 5B Boise, ID 83701 (208) 343-1849 iaci.org Innovia Foundation 421 W Riverside Ave, Ste 606 Spokane, WA 99201-0405 (509) 624-2606 inwcf.org

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 1615 NE Eastgate Blvd, Suite H Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4101 palousecd.org

Parks and Rec City of Pullman Pullman, WA 99156 (509) 338-3227

Pullman Christian Childcare Center 345 SW Kimball Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3545 pullmanchristianchildcare.com Pullman Civic Trust PO Box 322 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9108 pullmancivictrust.org

Pullman Depot Heritage Center 330 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 pullmandepot.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 Good Food Co-op PO Box 622 Pullman, WA 99163 pullmangoodfoodcoop.com 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/ Pullman Police Officers Guild 260 SE Kamiaken St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 344-0802 Pullman Presbyterian Church 1630 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2659 pullmanpc.org

Pullman Community Council on Aging PO Box 1123 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-4000 PullmanCCoA.org

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Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 200 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2043 pullmanregional.org Rotary Club of Pullman PO Box 335 Pullman, WA 99163 pullmanrotary.org Rural Resources 1300 NE Henley Ct, Ste 1 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0365 ruralresources.org Sacred Heart Catholic Church 440 NE Ash St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5312 sacredheartpullman.org Simpson United Methodist Church 325 NE Maple St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5212 simpsonumc.org St. James Episcopal Church 1410 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1742 stjamespullman.org Trinity Lutheran Church 1300 NE Lybecker Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1985 trinitypullman.org United Way of Whitman County PO Box 426 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3691 uwaypullman.org Washington Nonprofits 1265 S Main St #206 Seattle, WA 98144 (855) 299-2922 washingtonnonprofits.org Whitman County Historical Society PO Box 67 Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-2555 whitmancountyhistoricalsociety.org

Whitman County Landlord-Tenant Association 125 SE High St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1281 wclta.com Whitman County Library 102 S Main Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-4366 whitco.lib.wa.us YMCA of the Palouse 105 NE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3524 palouseymca.org Young Life PO Box 325 Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 718-2590 palouseempire.younglife.org

Finance & Insurance Adrian Green - Mike Waite Northwestern Mutual 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 201 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7411 Banner Bank 1550 SE Harvest Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1561

HomeStreet Home Loan Center 493 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2826 homestreet.com

WaFD 405 E Main Street Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4009 washingtonfederal.com

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

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

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

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

Mike Waite Northwestern Mutual 840 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 201 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7411 mikewaite.nm.com

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

Mumma Associates, Inc - Insurance Services 115 NW State St, Ste 301 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 225-4900 mummainsurance.com

Healthcare

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

Beneficial In-Home Care 727 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-7733 bihc.biz

AARM LLC 2280 NE Ellis Way, C2 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 595-0175

Gritman Medical Center 700 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4511 gritman.org

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

PAC Insurance Group 594 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 102 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5999 pacinsurancegroup.com

Dave Christy State Farm Insurance 650 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 100 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2500 davechristyinsurance.com

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

Health~Flow - Independent BEMER Distributor 594 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 103 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 595-7485 healthflow.services

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

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

Jonny Fisher, DDS 650 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste 200 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2366 JonnyFisherDDS.com

Good Deeds Mortgage 110 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-7110 GoodDeedsMortgage.com

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

Kindred at Home 1610 NE Eastgate Blvd, Ste 650 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6016 kindredathome.com

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Kindred Hospice 1610 NE Eastgate Blvd, Ste 610 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2236 kindredhealthcare.com

PACT EMS 2305 S Main St #8 Moscow, ID 83843 (855) 722-8367 pactems.org

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

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

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

Pickard Orthodontics 1240 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste S Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0674 pickardortho.com

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

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

Life Flight Network 7740 Airport Complex North Pullman, WA 99163 (800) 982-9299 lifeflight.org

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

Pullman Vision Source 238 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1131 visionsource-pullman.com

Vitalant 210 W Cataldo Ave Spokane, WA 99201 (877) 258-4827 vitalant.org

Moscow Family Eye Care 1205 E 6th St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-3434 moscowfamilyeye.com

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

Robville Homes 218 NW Sunrise Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 432-8000 robvillellc.com

Home & Garden

Moscow Pullman OBGYN 1205 SE Professional Mall Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6777 moscowpullmanobgyn.com

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

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

Largent's Pullman Appliance 970 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2610 largentsappliance.com SYG Nursery & Landscaping, Inc 3252 Brayton Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3900 sygnursery.com

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

PULLMAN 509.334.4437 • 1.800.HOLIDAY • www.hiexpress.com/pullmanwa Individual Members

Johnson, Glenn

Weatherly, Ted

Anderson, Jon

Johnson,J Bart

Weller, Nathan

Beaumont, Craig

Kammerzell, Tom

Wright, Pat

Bell, Jordan

Kimball, Howard

Brad Loomis

Kurle, Kristi

Cady, Bob

O'Donnell, Barbara

Carey, Lynda

Olfs, Nora Mae Keifer

Casavant, Ken

Park, Chris & Anna

Daisley, Roger

Paul, Bill

David, Dr. Dan

Petura, Barbara B

Deen, Nathan

Ryan, Kathleen NCIDQ, ASID

Gibney, Dave

Schell,Gary

Guyett, Sue

Schmick, Joe

Harms, Rosalie

Shannon, Garren

Harris, Tom & Jeri

Sherman, John

Hilliard, Jack and Betty Jo

Skavdahl, Bill & Susie

Hinz, Sue

Stewart, Jan

Hood, Marian

Stime, Eunice

Hughes, Fritz

Swannack, Art

Jasper, C

Urban, Mike

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

Coast Hilltop Inn 928 NW Olsen Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0928 coasthotels.com/hotels/washington/ pullman/coast-hilltop-inn/ Cougar Management Services 150 W Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3535

Arbor Street Inn 305 SW Arbor St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 336-9919

Courtyard by Marriott 1295 NE North Fairway Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1500 marriott.com

Best Western Plus University Inn 1516 Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-0550 uinnmoscow.com

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 1190 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-4437 hiexpress.com/pullmanwa

Best Western Wheatland Inn 701 N Main Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-0397 bestwestern.com/wheatlandinn

Idaho Inn 645 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 885-1480 idahoinn.com


La Quinta Inn & Suites 185 Warbonnet Dr Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5365 lq.com

Peterson Barn Guesthouse 847 Travois Way Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4620 petersonbarn.com

The Churchyard Inn 206 St Boniface St Uniontown, WA 99179 (509) 229-3200 churchyardinn.com

Little Green Guesthouse 1020 S Adams St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 921-0841 littlegreenguesthouse.com

Quality Inn - Paradise Creek 1400 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0500 qualityinn.com/hotel-pullman-washingtonWA015

The Potting Shed Guesthouse 911 S East St Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-2014 thepottingshedguesthouse.com

Moscow Pullman Bedfinders 2673 Weymouth Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 874-2153 moscowpullmanbedfinders.com Motel 6 101 Baker St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-5511 Nendel's Inn 915 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2646 nendelsmotorinnpullman.us

Residence Inn Pullman @ WSU 1255 NE North Fairway Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4400 wsuresidenceinn.com Siesta Motel 615 S Main Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-3417 siestamotelcolfax.com

The State Inn Motel 455 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6943 thestateinn.com University Mobile Home & RV Park 570 Benewah St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5701 Wesson Bunkhouse 284 Hayward Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-5030 wessonbunkhouse.com

Manufacturing METER Group, 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 VMRD, Inc PO Box 502 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-5815 vmrd.com WCP Solutions 15321 E Marietta Spokane Valley, WA 99216 (509) 747-3133 wcpc.com

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

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Personal Care Avalon Care Center-Pullman 1310 NW Deane St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1566 avalonhealthcare.com 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 Regency Pullman 1285 SW Center St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2629 regency-pacific.com

Personal Services Circles of Caring Adult Day Health Foundation, Inc 588 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste D Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6483 circlesofcaring.org Kimball Funeral Home 905 S Grand Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3303 kimballfh.com K's Bridal & Groceries 122 S Main St Colfax, WA 99111 (512) 629-8273 Rockstar Body Bar 115 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7079 rockstarbodybar.com 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 myavista.com Phoenix Conservancy 507 NW Irving St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-7199 phoenixconservancy.org Pullman Disposal Service 135 NW Harold Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1914 pullmandisposal.com

Real Estate Sales/ Individual Andrea Abbott - RE/MAX Home and Land 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 Connie Newman - Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Coldwell Banker Tomlinson 405 S Grand Ave Pullman , WA 99163 (509) 595-1443 palousecountryrealestate.com Deb Sherritt - RE/MAX Home and Land 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 J Craig Lester - RE/MAX Home and Land 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 Lynda Darnell - RE/MAX Home and Land 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546

Stacey K Overtoom Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 818-0259 stacey.bktspokane.com Tammy Lewis - Team Washington Real Estate 105 W Island Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 337-4555

Real Estate, Moving & Storage 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 #25 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-8622 apartmentrentalsinc.com

Grayslate Apartments 775 SE Edge Knoll Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4390 palouse.net/grayslate Helene's Property Place, LLC 225 NE Olsen St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9008 helenespropertyplace.com Highland Property Management, LLC 242 E Main Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1281 highlandpm.com KIP Development (509) 334-7444 kipdev.com

Beasley Realty 515 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1511 beasleyrealty.com

Movers.com 210 N Center Dr North Brunswick, NJ 08902 (866) 343-1243 movers.com

C & S Mini Storage 520 NW Park Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2526 storageunitspullman.com

Pioneer Square Apartments 220 SE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1106

Coldwell Banker Tomlinson 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562 cbtpullman.com Coug Housing (HRA) 820 NE Colorado St, Ste c Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5180 coughousing.com

Melinda Beasley - Beasley Realty 515 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1511

Cougar Crest Apartments 2055 NE Skyview Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6028 cougarcrestapartments.com

Patti Green-Kent - Coldwell Banker Tomlinson 405 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-0562

DABCO Property Management, LLC 910 NE Providence Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6266 dabcomgmt.com

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Evolve on Main 455 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 581-0060 evolveonmain.com

Pratt Mayflower 1210 SE Latah St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2505 Pullman Laundry PO Box 277 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-5776 RE/MAX Home and Land 710 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-4546 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 Team Washington Real Estate 105 W Island Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-4555 teamwashingtonrealestate.com The Hills on Grand 2905 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-5632 thehillsongrand.com Trinitas Ventures 201 Main St, Ste 1000 Lafayette, IN 47901 (765) 807-2800 trinitas-ventures.com Wheatland RV PO Box 125 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2001 wheatlandrv.com

WIL-RU Apartments 1615 SE Bleasner Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-5631 wilru.com

Restaurants, Food & Beverages Arby's 1686 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2729 Birch & Barley 1360 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0108 facebook.com/BirchandBarley Cougar Country Drive-In 760 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7829 Dissmore's IGA 1205 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2918 dissmores.com

Etsi Bravo 215 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-1037 etsibravo.com

Lumberyard Food Hall 305 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-6994 lumberyardfoodhall.com

Foundry Kitchen & Cocktails 125 SE Spring St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-7727 facebook.com/foundrypullman

Mangia Catering 22425 E Appleway Ave, Door 20 Liberty Lake, WA 99019 (844) 462-6442 mangiacateringco.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

Heros N Sports NE 700 Michigan st. Pullman, Washington 99163 (509) 432-5748 herosnsports.com Karma Indian Cuisine 1420 S Blaine St, Ste 19 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 301-5117 karmaindiancuisine.org

Memorable Events Catering 3001 Pennington Rd St John, WA 99171 (509) 648-3885 memorableeventscatering.com Merry Cellars Winery 1300 NE Henley Ct Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-4699 merrycellars.com

Ken Carper

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My Office Bar & Grill 215 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1202 New Garden Restaurant 400 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-0728 Old European Restaurant 455 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-6381 oldeuropean-restaurant.com Open Range LLC 1068 Fiddlers Ridge Loop Potlatch, ID 83855 (208) 582-1700 Paradise Creek Brewery 245 SE Paradise St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9463 paradisecreekbrewery.com Paradise Creek Brewery - Trailside Taproom 505 SE Riverview St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-6894 paradisecreektrailside.com Pita Pit 600 NE Colorado St, Ste 101 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-7482 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 Pups & Cups Cafe 317 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 715-1005 pupsncups.net Rico's Pub 200 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6566 ricospub1909.com

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

Zzu Bar & Grill 1525 NE Merman Dr Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2000 zzubarandgrill.com

Kamiak Coffee Company 630 N Almon, Ste 140 Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 425-6892 kamiakcoffeeco.com

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

Shopping & Specialty Retail

Little Shop of Florals 111 E 2nd St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 596-4444 littleshopofflorals.com

Sella's Calzone, Pizza, & Pasta 1115 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1895 sellascalzone.com Taco Del Mar 350 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7822 tacodelmar.com The Daily Grind Espresso 230 Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3380 thedailygrindespressos.com The Kitchen 226 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3380 Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters 400 E Main St, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2326 hammercoffee.com Three Forks Bike and Brew 588 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste G Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-5696 3forksbikeandbrew.com Valhalla Bar & Grill 1000 NE Colorado St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-7775 valhallapullman.com

All About You Bridal & Prom 107 S Grand Ave, Ste B Pullman, WA 99163 (208) 660-9384 aaybridalprom.com BookPeople of Moscow 521 S Main Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-2669 bookpeopleofmoscow.com College Hill 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

Monroe Mens 107 S Grand Ave, Ste C Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-9282 monroemens.com Moscow Food Co-op 121 E 5th St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-8537 moscowfood.coop Neill's Flowers & Gifts 234 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3545 neillsflowers.com

Eastside Marketplace 1420 S Blaine St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-1533 eastsidemarketplace.com

Noshies 145 SE Kamiaken St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-6738 noshiespullman.com

Flowers Decor & More 222 S Main St Colfax, WA 99111 (509) 397-3021 flowersdecorandmore.com

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

Glassphemy 135 SE Kamiaken Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1971

Precision Engraving Gifts & Awards 672 W Pullman Rd Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-4384 precisionengraving.org

WSU Creamery/ Ferdinand's Ice Cream Shoppe 2035 NE Ferdinand's Lane Pullman, WA 99164 (509) 335-2141 creamery.wsu.edu

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

Zoe Coffee & Kitchen 1005 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-9632 zoecoffeekitchen.com

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

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Michelle's Closet 123 N Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 934-9949

Sam Dial Jewelers 255 E Main, Ste 101 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-3425 samdialjewelers.com Sherwin-Williams 1217 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2557 sherwinwilliams.com


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

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

The Yarn Underground, LLC 409 S Washington St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 882-7700 yarnunderground.com

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

Walmart 1690 SE Harvest Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2990 walmart.com

Palouse River Rollers PO Box 908 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 330-0056 palouseriverrollers.com

Sports & Recreation

Parks and Rec City of Pullman Pullman, WA 99156 (509) 338-3227

Airway Hills Golf Center 4811 Airport Rd Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 872-3092 airwayhills.com Anytime Fitness 690 SE Bishop Blvd, Ste A Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-3100 anytimefitness.com B & L Bicycles 219 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-1703 bandlbicycles.com

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

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 of Idaho PO Box 301 1513 N Main ST Riggins, ID 83549 (208) 571-8712 salmonriverexperience.com Sanctuary Yoga, Barre & Dance 540 E Main St Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-2977 pullmanyoga.com

Transportation

Pullman-Moscow Airport 3200 Airport Complex N Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-3223 flypuw.com Wheatland Express 7601 SR 270 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-2200 wheatlandexpress.com

Wholesale

College Cabs LLC 2460 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (855) 829-4487 mycollegecabs.com

Hottest Life Foods LLC - Irish Spike's Unique Hot Sauces 501 S Main St Moscow, ID 83843 (208) 874-7863 myhottestlife.com

Inter-State Aviation, Inc 4800 Airport Complex N Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 332-6596 inter-stateaviation.com

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

Margaret Oliver - Lyft Driver Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 592-1177 lyft.com/i/margaret62888

The Odom Corporation/Northwest Beverages 2586 S Grand Ave Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334-1611 odomcorp.com

Pro Cab, LLC 110 NW Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 338-0500 aprocab.com

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

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alphabetical membership directory A

Ccooper Services.................................................. (509) 592-3931

AARM LLC........................................................... (509) 595-0175

Center for Civic Engagement (WSU).................. (509) 335-7708

Adrian Green - Mike Waite Northwestern Mutual.................... (509) 334-7411

Cheetah Electric................................................... (208) 883-1099

Airway Hills Golf Center...................................... (509) 872-3092

Circles of Caring Adult Day Health Foundation, Inc....................................... (509) 334-6483

Aitken, Schauble, Patrick, Neill, & Schauble...... (509) 334-3505 All About You Bridal & Prom.............................. (208) 660-9384 Allegra Image 360............................................... (509) 334-4275 Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse............... (509) 332-0552 Andrea Abbott - RE/MAX Home and Land........ (509) 332-4546 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 Arbor Street Inn................................................... (509) 336-9919 Arby's................................................................... (509) 334-2729 ArtBeat, Inc.......................................................... (208) 882-7400 Artisans at the Dahmen Barn.............................. (509) 229-3414

Chipman & Taylor Chevrolet............................... (509) 334-3555

Citizen's Climate Lobby Palouse Region Chapter...................................... (509) 768-3458 City of Pullman.................................................... (509) 338-3208 Coast Hilltop Inn................................................. (509) 332-0928 Coldwell Banker Tomlinson................................ (509) 334-0562 Colfax Chamber of Commerce............................ (509) 553-9729 College Cabs LLC................................................. (855) 829-4487 College Hill.......................................................... (888) 885-1993 College Hill Association....................................... (509) 334-5321 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

ASWSU ................................................................ (509) 335-9591

Community Congregational United Church of Christ...................................... (509) 332-6411

AT&T (Connect Wireless).................................... (509) 292-6829

Concordia Lutheran Church................................ (509) 332-2830

Avalon Care Center-Pullman.............................. (509) 332-1566

Connie Newman - Coldwell Banker Tomlinson.. (509) 595-1443

Avista................................................................... (509) 336-6236

Corporate Pointe Developers LLC....................... (509) 334-4700

B

Coug Housing (HRA).......................................... (509) 332-5180

B & L Bicycles...................................................... (509) 332-1703

Cougar Crest Apartments.................................... (509) 334-6028

Banner Bank........................................................ (509) 332-1561 Beasley Coliseum................................................. (509) 335-3526

Cougar Country Drive-In..................................... (509) 332-7829 Cougar Management Services............................. (509) 334-3535 Courtyard by Marriott......................................... (509) 332-1500

Beasley Realty...................................................... (509) 332-1511

Crimson & Gray................................................... (509) 332-1440

Beneficial In-Home Care..................................... (509) 339-7733

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Best Western Plus University Inn....................... (208) 882-0550 Best Western Wheatland Inn.............................. (509) 397-0397

DABCO Property Management, LLC.................. (509) 334-6266

Better Business Bureau - E. WA, N. ID, MT....... (509) 455-4200

Dan Walker Productions, LLC............................ (208) 791-7526

Birch & Barley...................................................... (509) 332-0108

Dave Christy State Farm Insurance.................... (509) 334-2500

Bishop Place Senior Living.................................. (509) 334-9488

Dean Kinzer, Whitman County Commissioner Dist. 2.......................................... (509) 334-2805

BookPeople of Moscow........................................ (208) 882-2669 Boost Collaborative............................................. (509) 332-6561 Brelsford WSU Visitor Center............................. (509) 335-4636 Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc............... (509) 332-0161

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Deb Sherritt - RE/MAX Home and Land........... (509) 332-4546 Design West Architects....................................... (509) 332-3113 DeTray's Custom Housing .................................. (253) 840-6773 Disability Action Center NW............................... (208) 883-0523 Dissmore's IGA.................................................... (509) 332-2918 Dixon-Royals Business Advisory Services.......... (509) 432-3049

C & S Mini Storage............................................... (509) 332-2526

Dryland Media..................................................... (206) 856-2107

Carlin Media Solutions........................................ (206) 240-5108

Dye, Representative Mary .................................. (360) 786-7942

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E

Ealy Construction................................................ (208) 596-1181 Eastside Marketplace.......................................... (208) 882-1533 Edward Jones...................................................... (509) 332-1564 Eifert Law Firm, PLLC........................................ (208) 405-0486

Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC............................. (509) 334-2591 Helene's Property Place, LLC.............................. (509) 338-9008 Heritage Wheel & Tire......................................... (509) 334-2595 Heros N Sports.................................................... (509) 432-5748 Heston, Mike - Pullman Fire Chief..................... (509) 338-3272

Electrical Contractors NW Inc............................ (509) 332-2003

Higginson's Home Center and Sleep Shop......... (509) 332-6882

Emmanuel Baptist Church.................................. (509) 332-5015

Highland Property Management, LLC................ (509) 332-1281

Encounter Ministries........................................... (509) 715-1500

Hilliard's Heating & Plumbing............................ (509) 332-5713

Essential Art Gallery & Fine Gifts....................... (208) 571-5654

Hinrichs & Company, LLC.................................. (509) 332-8888

Etsi Bravo............................................................. (509) 715-1037

HK Creative, Hannah Kroese.............................. (208) 301-0391

Evangelical Free Church of the Palouse.............. (509) 872-3390

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites................... (509) 334-4437

Evergreen Tire & Auto Repair............................. (509) 332-7551

Home&Harvest Magazine................................... (208) 596-4434

Evolve on Main.................................................... (509) 581-0060

HomeStreet Home Loan Center.......................... (509) 334-2826

Express Employment Professionals.................... (208) 743-6507

Hottest Life Foods LLC - Irish Spike's Unique Hot Sauces....................... (208) 874-7863

F FAB Consulting.................................................... (509) 432-6428 Facilities Services................................................ (509) 335-5571 Family Promise of the Palouse............................ (208) 882-0165

HRC Wealth Management, LLC.......................... (208) 882-5547 HUB International Insurance............................. (509) 332-3535

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FASTSIGNS......................................................... (208) 798-7979

iBELIEVE of the Palouse..................................... (509) 336-0607

First Step Internet............................................... (208) 882-8869

Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry....... (208) 343-1849

FirstStrike Advertising........................................ (509) 334-1111

Idaho Inn............................................................. (208) 885-1480

Flowers Decor & More......................................... (509) 397-3021

Inland Cellular..................................................... (208) 882-4994

Foundry Kitchen & Cocktails.............................. (509) 339-7727

Inland Northwest Broadcasting.......................... (208) 882-2551

Four Star Supply, Inc........................................... (509) 332-2511

Innovia Foundation............................................. (509) 624-2606

Friends of Hospice............................................... (509) 332-4414

Inspired Look...................................................... (208) 310-6961

G Gary Jenkins - Pullman Police Chief................... (509) 334-0802 GeoProfessional Innovation Corporation........... (509) 339-2000 Giesa Communications - Survival Kit................. (425) 898-8853 Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho........................ (509) 747-8091 Gladish Community & Cultural Center............... (509) 332-8081 Glassphemy.......................................................... (509) 332-1971 Good Deeds Mortgage......................................... (509) 339-7110 Goodwill Industries............................................. (208) 883-4280 Grayslate Apartments.......................................... (509) 332-4390

Inter-State Aviation, Inc...................................... (509) 332-6596 Irwin, Myklebust, Savage & Brown..................... (509) 332-3502 Itani Quality Homes............................................ (509) 338-5147

J j & h Printing Inc................................................. (509) 332-0782 J Craig Lester - RE/MAX Home and Land......... (509) 332-4546 Jess Ford of Pullman........................................... (509) 334-6000 Jim Stivers Painting............................................ (208) 882-5135 Jonny Fisher, DDS............................................... (509) 332-2366 Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU............... (509) 335-6140

Gritman Medical Center...................................... (208) 882-4511

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H

Kamiak Coffee Company..................................... (208) 425-6892

H & R Block......................................................... (509) 869-6347

Karma Indian Cuisine......................................... (208) 301-5117

Hagadone Directories, Inc.................................. (800) 727-9104

Kimball Funeral Home........................................ (509) 334-3303

Happy Day Catering and Event Rental............... (208) 743-0179

Kindred at Home................................................. (509) 334-6016

Health~Flow - Independent BEMER Distributor............................................. (509) 595-7485

Kindred Hospice.................................................. (509) 332-2236 KIP Development................................................ (509) 334-7444 PULLMA N | A LPHA B ETICA L MEMB ERSHIP LISTIN G S 61


Kiwanis Club of Pullman..................................... (509) 592-8406 KLEW-TV............................................................ (208) 746-2636 K's Bridal & Groceries......................................... (512) 629-8273

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Names and Numbers........................................... (208) 791-7617 National Lentil Festival....................................... (509) 334-3565

L

Neill Public Library............................................. (509) 338-3252

La Quinta Inn & Suites........................................ (208) 882-5365

Nendel's Inn......................................................... (509) 332-2646

Largent's Pullman Appliance.............................. (509) 334-2610

New Garden Restaurant...................................... (509) 332-0728

Latah Recovery Center........................................ (208) 883-1045

Northwest Auto Parts.......................................... (509) 334-2585

Les Schwab Tire Centers..................................... (509) 334-1835

Noshies................................................................ (509) 339-6738

Neill's Flowers & Gifts......................................... (509) 334-3545

Life Flight Network.............................................. (800) 982-9299

O

Little Green Guesthouse...................................... (208) 921-0841 Little Shop of Florals........................................... (208) 596-4444 Living Faith Fellowship....................................... (509) 334-1035 Logos School........................................................ (208) 882-1226

Old European Restaurant.................................... (509) 334-6381 Open Range LLC.................................................. (208) 582-1700

P

Lumberyard Food Hall........................................ (509) 339-6994 Lynda Darnell - RE/MAX Home and Land........ (509) 332-4546

P1FCU-Potlatch No 1 Financial Credit Union..... (509) 332-4290

M

PAC Insurance Group.......................................... (509) 334-5999

Mack Strong TEAM-WORKS Foundation.......... (206) 922-5340

PACT EMS........................................................... (855) 722-8367

Mangia Catering ................................................. (844) 462-6442

Palouse Audubon Society.................................... (509) 334-3817

Margaret Oliver - Lyft Driver.............................. (509) 592-1177

Palouse Care Network......................................... (208) 882-2370

McDonald's of Pullman....................................... (509) 332-6725

Palouse Cares....................................................... (208) 310-1745

Melinda Beasley - Beasley Realty........................ (509) 332-1511

Palouse Chamber of Commerce.......................... (509) 878-1811

Memorable Events Catering................................ (509) 648-3885

Palouse Choral Society........................................ (509) 432-3712

Merry Cellars Winery.......................................... (509) 338-4699

Palouse Conservation District............................. (509) 332-4101

METER Group, Inc.............................................. (509) 332-2756

Palouse Country Candy....................................... (509) 334-0600

Michelle's Closet.................................................. (509) 934-9949

Palouse Discovery Science Center....................... (509) 332-6869

Mike Lowery, CPA............................................... (509) 332-2154

Palouse Habitat for Humanity and Habitat Surplus Sale store............................ (208) 883-8502

Mike Waite Northwestern Mutual...................... (509) 334-7411 Monroe Mens....................................................... (509) 339-9282 Montessori School of Pullman............................ (509) 334-4114 Moscow & Pullman Building Supply................... (509) 332-2627 Moscow Family Eye Care.................................... (208) 882-3434 Moscow Food Co-op............................................ (208) 882-8537 Moscow Pullman Bedfinders............................... (208) 874-2153

Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative, Inc...... (509) 397-4381

Palouse Ice Rink.................................................. (208) 882-7188 Palouse Land Trust.............................................. (208) 669-0722 Palouse Ridge Golf Club...................................... (509) 335-4342 Palouse River Rollers.......................................... (509) 330-0056 Palouse Technology Services............................... (509) 872-5061 Palouse Trading................................................... (509) 332-1535

Moscow Pullman Daily News.............................. (208) 882-5561

Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI).......................... (208) 882-1444

Moscow Pullman OBGYN................................... (509) 334-6777

Paradise Creek Brewery...................................... (509) 338-9463

Moscow Wild At Art LLC..................................... (208) 669-2425

Paradise Creek Brewery - Trailside Taproom .... (509) 339-6894

Motel 6................................................................. (208) 882-5511

Parks and Rec City of Pullman............................ (509) 338-3227

Movers.com......................................................... (866) 343-1243

Patti Green-Kent - Coldwell Banker Tomlinson.............................. (509) 334-0562

Mumma Associates, Inc - Insurance Services............................................ (509) 225-4900 My Office Bar & Grill........................................... (509) 334-1202 Myers Auto Rebuild & Towing............................ (509) 334-1717

Perfection Tire..................................................... (509) 332-4075 Peterson Barn Guesthouse.................................. (208) 882-4620 Phoenix Conservancy.......................................... (509) 592-7199 Pickard Orthodontics.......................................... (509) 332-0674

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Pioneer Square Apartments................................ (509) 332-1106 Pioneer Title Company of Washington............... (509) 334-2210 Pita Pit................................................................. (509) 332-7482 Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC....... (509) 332-3830 Poe Asphalt Paving, Inc....................................... (509) 334-6400 Porky's Pit Barbeque........................................... (509) 334-2555 Portogo................................................................. (208) 882-3030 Pratt Mayflower................................................... (509) 332-2505 Precision Engraving Gifts & Awards................... (208) 882-4384 Presnell Gage, PLLC............................................ (509) 332-6541 PRH Auxiliary/Diane's Gift Garden.................... (509) 334-2631 Pro Cab, LLC........................................................ (509) 338-0500 Prodigy Construction........................................... (509) 280-0419 ProFormance Physical Therapy.......................... (509) 338-9204 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) 339-4000

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

R Rdesign................................................................ (208) 882-5472 RE/MAX Home and Land................................... (509) 332-4546 Recraft Creative................................................... (208) 310-1682 Red Barn Mobile Veterinary Services, PLLC...... (208) 994-6228 Regency Pullman................................................. (509) 332-2629 Regional Theatre of the Palouse.......................... (509) 334-0750 Relay Application Innovation, Inc...................... (509) 334-9138 Residence Inn Pullman @ WSU.......................... (509) 332-4400 Rico's Pub............................................................ (509) 332-6566 Robville Homes................................................... (509) 432-8000 Rockstar Body Bar............................................... (509) 332-7079 Rolling Hills Derby Dames.................................. (509) 338-5616 Rolling Hills Eyecare........................................... (509) 334-3610 Roost Coffee & Market......................................... (509) 332-8534 Rural Resources................................................... (509) 332-0365

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Pullman Dental Care/John McInturff DDS........ (509) 332-8084

Sacred Heart Catholic Church............................. (509) 332-5312

Pullman Disposal Service.................................... (509) 334-1914

Safeway................................................................ (509) 334-0803

Pullman Family Dentistry, PLLC........................ (509) 332-3213

Salmon River Experience of Idaho...................... (208) 571-8712

Pullman Farmers Market.................................... (509) 334-3565

Sam Dial Jewelers............................................... (509) 334-3425

Pullman Firefighters - L1892.............................. (509) 432-9515

Sanctuary Yoga, Barre & Dance ......................... (509) 332-2977

Pullman Foursquare Church............................... (509) 332-8612

Schoesler, Senator Mark..................................... (360) 786-7620

Pullman Greyhound Boosters............................. (509) 332-1551

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.......... (509) 332-1890

Pullman Heating & Electric................................. (509) 332-5611

Scott Mackey Designs.......................................... (509) 288-1448

Pullman Laundry................................................. (509) 592-5776

Sella's Calzone, Pizza, & Pasta............................. (509) 334-1895

Pullman Lions Club............................................. (509) 332-2341

Sherwin-Williams................................................ (509) 332-2557

Pullman Marketing.............................................. (509) 240-9735

Sid's Pharmacy.................................................... (509) 332-4608

Pullman Police Officers Guild............................. (509) 344-0802

Siesta Motel......................................................... (509) 397-3417

Pullman Presbyterian Church............................. (509) 332-2659

Simpson United Methodist Church.................... (509) 332-5212

Pullman Public Schools....................................... (509) 336-7220

Sims Glass............................................................ (509) 334-2545

Pullman Radio Stations....................................... (509) 332-6551

Small Business Development Center.................. (509) 335-8081

Pullman Regional Hospital................................. (509) 332-2541

Southeast Washington Economic Development Association.................................... (509) 751-9144

Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation............. (509) 332-2043 Pullman School District - Superintendent.......... (509) 332-3581 Pullman Subway.................................................. (509) 332-5906 Pullman Vision Source........................................ (509) 334-1131 Pullman Youth Baseball Association.................. (509) 338-3687 Pullman-Moscow Airport.................................... (509) 338-3223 Pups & Cups Cafe................................................. (509) 715-1005

Spectrum Business.............................................. (208) 626-8149 Spokane Falls Community College...................... (509) 332-2706 St James Episcopal Church................................. (509) 332-1742 Stacey K Overtoom.............................................. (509) 818-0259 Stewart Title of Whitman County....................... (509) 332-8833 Student Entertainment Board............................. (509) 335-3503 PULLMA N | A LPHA B ETICA L MEMB ERSHIP LIS TIN G S 63


Summit Realty Northwest................................... (509) 332-2255

Washington Idaho Symphony............................. (509) 332-3408

Sun Rental Center................................................ (509) 332-2444

Washington Nonprofits....................................... (855) 299-2922

Sunset Marts........................................................ (509) 334-0400

Washington Policy Center................................... (206) 937-9691

SYG Nursery & Landscaping, Inc........................ (509) 332-3900

Washington Trust Bank....................................... (509) 332-2827

T Taco Del Mar....................................................... (509) 334-7822

WCP Solutions..................................................... (509) 747-3133 Wesson Bunkhouse ............................................ (509) 338-5030 Western Laundry Unlimited............................... (509) 339-6267

Tail Waggin Adventures LLC.............................. (509) 332-2275

Wheat Valley Electric LLC................................... (509) 595-8609

Tammy Lewis - Team Washington Real Estate.......................... (509) 337-4555

Wheatland Express.............................................. (509) 334-2200 Wheatland RV...................................................... (509) 334-2001

Team Washington Real Estate............................ (509) 397-4555

WhiteRock Consulting Group, Inc...................... (509) 595-5353

The Churchyard Inn............................................ (509) 229-3200

Whitman County Association of Realtors........... (509) 338-0949

The Daily Evergreen............................................ (509) 335-5138

Whitman County Historical Society.................... (509) 397-2555

The Daily Grind Espresso.................................... (509) 334-3380

Whitman County Humane Society, Inc.............. (509) 332-3422

The Hills on Grand.............................................. (509) 330-5632 The Kitchen.......................................................... (509) 334-3380

Whitman County Landlord-Tenant Association.............................. (509) 332-1281

The Odom Corporation/ Northwest Beverages........................................... (509) 334-1611

Whitman County Library.................................... (509) 397-4366 Wholesail Networks............................................. (800) 800-5347

The Potting Shed Guesthouse............................. (509) 397-2014

Wills & Associates, PLLC..................................... (509) 334-4515

The State Inn Motel............................................. (509) 334-6943

WIL-RU Apartments........................................... (509) 332-5631

The Yarn Underground, LLC............................... (208) 882-7700

Written By Stone................................................. (509) 432-1739

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters...................... (509) 334-2326

WSECU - Bishop.................................................. (800) 562-0999

Three Forks Bike and Brew................................. (509) 339-5696

WSECU - CUB..................................................... (800) 562-0999

Traveling Tails..................................................... (509) 595-1808

WSU - Office of Research.................................... (509) 335-5532

Trinitas Ventures................................................. (765) 807-2800

WSU - President.................................................. (509) 335-4200

Trinity Lutheran Church..................................... (509) 332-1985

WSU Academic Success and Career Center........ (509) 335-6000

U Umpqua Bank...................................................... (509) 332-2042 United Way of Whitman County......................... (509) 332-3691 University Collision of Pullman.......................... (509) 334-5822 University Mobile Home & RV Park................... (509) 334-5701 US Bank............................................................... (509) 334-1313 USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council............................. (208) 882-3023

WSU Alumni Association.................................... (509) 335-2586 WSU Athletics Director....................................... (509) 335-0200 WSU Center for Entrepreneurial Studies........... (509) 335-0342 WSU College of Veterinary Medicine.................. (509) 335-9515 WSU Compton Union Building........................... (509) 335-9444 WSU Creamery/ Ferdinand's Ice Cream Shoppe........................... (509) 335-2141 WSU Foundation................................................. (509) 335-6686 WSU International Programs............................. (509) 335-1718

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WSU University Marketing & Communications.............................................. (509) 335-3518

Valhalla Bar & Grill.............................................. (509) 334-7775

WSU University Recreation................................ (509) 335-8732

Values Coupon Magazine.................................... (208) 816-2428

Wysup Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram....................... (509) 334-4525

Via Family Chiropractic....................................... (509) 432-4263 Village Centre Theatres LLC............................... (509) 334-1002

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Vitalant................................................................ (877) 258-4827

Yellow Duck Refrigeration.................................. (509) 330-0479

VMRD, Inc........................................................... (509) 334-5815

YMCA of the Palouse .......................................... (509) 332-3524

W Waddell & Reed................................................... (509) 332-2543 WaFD................................................................... (509) 334-4009 Walmart............................................................... (509) 334-2990 6 4 PU L L MA N | ALP H ABETI CAL MEMBERS HIP LISTIN GS

Young Life............................................................ (208) 718-2590

Z Zeppoz.................................................................. (509) 334-7101 Zoe Coffee & Kitchen........................................... (509) 338-9632 Zzu Bar & Grill..................................................... (509) 332-2000


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