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Lacey South Sound Chamber Identity Guidelines

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• The Lacey South Sound Chamber logo should only be aquired from approved graphic files, using the proper colors and should only be printed on approved materials. • Please direct all Chamber branding questions to or


Color Specs



Malgun Gothic

Pantone 282 C C100 M88 Y38 K36 R22 G42 B82 #162A52


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Pantone 425 C C49 M42 Y43 K6 R134 G 133 B 131 #868582

Suggested Color schemes

Logo Versions

ere are 2 approved versions of the Lacey South Sound Chamber Logo



There are two color options. On light and medium backgrounds use the full color chamber logo. On dark or black backgrounds use the white logo. various one color logos may be used with written approval only.

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Inside President Message................. 2 Calendar of Events................. 3 3 Tips for Using Social Media at Events..................................... 4 Kidwiler Scholarship Fund Awards................................ 5-6 Chamber News....................7-8 29th Annual Golf Tourney...9 -10

Hello Chamber Members,

We have gone through some changes recently to our staff here at the Chamber. Sadly, Sierra Roundy has left us to start a new position with Premiere Marketing Group in Tacoma. Blaine Land has gone on to work with Cabela’s in Lacey. We wish them both well on their new adventures! They assure we’ll see them around town.

Think Chamber First • Phone Master went to The Creative Office for new apparel and a new banner! • Get Your 6 Fishing had Jerry Farmer from 94.5 ROXY emcee his event. • Forza went to Rouse Eye Care for new glasses. • State Farm went to Budd Bay for gear for the South

Sound BBQ Festival.

With that said, we welcomed Craig Shoulders as our new Executive Director in June. Craig comes from Aurora LASIK where he spent several years as the Clinic Director. He is an excellent fit and is extremely happy to come to work for the Chamber. We also welcomed Collin Silvernail as our new Events Coordinator. Collin has been an intern for our Chamber for over a year. We are all very excited for the future of the Chamber! The vibe in the office is very fun to be a part of.

• Explore Olympia & Beyond went to D Zines for new jackets. • Thurston Economic Development Council worked with TwinStar Credit Union.

Thank you to our committee for Kidwiler Scholarships. We were able to give out $12,500 in scholarships to High School students from the area. This amount was the largest amount we’ve given out to date. Thank you everyone who purchased raffle tickets at each forum. You helped us greatly and we appreciate you.

• Arsenal Promotions went to ThurstonTalk to promote their upcoming event.

The biggest event of the year for us took place on July 8th. Our staff worked their tails off to make the event a huge success. Our committee worked tirelessly for many months planning and plodding to have it be such a success. I am very proud of the committee and volunteers and want you to know that you did such an amazing job! We couldn’t do anything without our great volunteers and staff!

Ambassador Spotlight.......... 11

Board of Directors

Summer Reflection............... 12 Business is Booming!........... 14

On the Cover

Top: Chicago Title at 29th Anniversary Golf Classic Left: Brown + Sons and Genuine Auto Glass at 29th Annual Golf Classic Right Top: Grand Opening for Inspired to Move Dance Academy Middle Left: Columbia Bank Business of the Month Middle Right: Participants 29th Annual Golf Classic Bottom Right: 2017 Kidwiler Scholarship Recipients

Thank you to our Forum Sponsors



Martin McElliott ThurstonTalk (360) 482-1671

Van Dorm Realty (360) 451-5556



Graeme Sackrison Lacey Community Events (360) 791-8376 VICE PRESIDENT:

Daryl Murrow Thurston EDC (360) 754-6320 TREASURER:

Stewart Ridgeway (360) 790-3153 SECRETARY:

Patrick Davidson John Grantham

Love more today, love even more tomorrow and repeat!

Martin McElliott President

As many of you know Sierra Roundy will be leaving her position at the Chamber as Executive Director. As she passes the torch let us reflect on the wonderful job she has done, the connections she has helped create, and how far the Chamber has come during her tenure.

Budd Bay Promotions & Apparel (360) 709-0483

Christine Forrey Forrey’s Forza (360) 338-0925

I am honored to be joining this Chamber as Executive Director. I come from a Medical Director background and I am excited to bring my knowledge and fresh ideas to the community. I have big shoes to fill and much to learn, but I’ve felt nothing but support and welcome throughout this transition. It has given me the confidence I need to lead this Chamber.

Kim Bauman

Sound Advantage Realty (360) 528-1578

Although the chamber is undergoing change, my belief is that change is opportunity for growth and improvement. My first goal will be to meet the people that make up this amazing Chamber; each of you. My hope is to make your voice heard. The chamber has established new goals for its future and as we grow we want you to grow with us. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me, my door is open!

Jean Carr

SCJ Alliance (360) 352-1465

Michael Steadman


StraderHallett,PS (360) 456-2100

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President’s Message

Loanstar Home Loans (253) 268-2780

Jill Lane Funeral Alternatives (360) 491-2222 Dan Nicholson D Zines: Creative Solutions and Graphic Designs (253) 307-4903


Jerry Wilkins

Looking ahead, we will be having a fantastic Auction this year on October 13th! This year’s theme is expect the unexpected… A spooky type event will be in store for everyone. Some of the auction items are Seahawks Game tickets, a stay in Hawaii and much much more! We would love to see you all there!

Steadman Properties/City Council (360) 493-1484

Please also welcome Collin Silvernail, our new Event Coordinator! As an intern Collin proved to be an invaluable asset to the Chamber and we are thrilled to see him promoted to this position. If you are ever interested in being a part of or hosting an event, Collin is ready to assist and bring new ideas and energy.

Bill Knight

Lisa Poundstone Design Smart Home Staging & Redesign (360) 480-5810

Executive Director’s Message

Lastly, I would like to say thank you to our Board of Directors and Laurie Hoffman, our bookkeeper. Laurie endured this change with positivity and grace. She stepped up to the plate and is an example of the strength of this Chamber, its Board, and its members. Craig Shoulders Executive Director

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Calendar of Events



8 | South Sound BBQ Festival

1 | Military Affairs

5 | Military Affairs

14 | Government Affairs Council

2 | Forum

6 | Forum

11 | Government Affairs Council

8 | Government Affairs Council

11 AM – 6 PM Huntamer Park, Lacey

4 PM - 8 PM 3201 Willamette Dr NE, Ste E

14 | Grand Opening: Better Properties 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Chamber Office 3201 Willamette Dr. Suite E

15 | CW Construction Grand Opening

12 PM - 2 PM 6715 Martin Way E, Suite D

18 | Membership Orientation 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Chamber Office

19 | Finance Committee Meeting 3 PM – 4:30 PM Chamber Office

20 | BEDC

4 PM – 5 PM Chamber Office

20 | Auction Meeting 3 PM – 4 PM Chamber Office

25 | Ambassador Committee Meeting 12 PM – 1 PM Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

26 | Board of Directors Meeting 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Chamber Office

26 | South Sound Connections 11:30 AM – 1 PM Chamber Office

26 | Education Council Meeting 4 PM – 5 PM EDC Office inside the Lacey SPSCC location

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Hawks Prairie Restaurant 11:30 AM – 1:15 PM Saint Martin’s Worthington Center

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Chambers House Restaurant Panorama 1751 Circle Lane SE

15 | Membership Orientation 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Chamber Office

15 | 5:01 Surge! Homes First 5:01 PM - 7:00 PM 5203 Lacey Blvd SE Ste A

16 | Finance Committee Meeting 3 PM – 4:30 PM Chamber Office

17 | BEDC

4 PM – 5 PM Chamber Office

22 | Ambassador Committee Meeting 12 PM – 1 PM Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

23 | Board of Directors Meeting 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Chamber Office

23 | South Sound Connections 11:30 AM – 1 PM Chamber Office

23 | Education Council Meeting 4 PM – 5 PM EDC Office inside the Lacey SPSCC location

24 | Membership Committee Meeting 2 PM – 3 PM Chamber Office

27 | Membership Committee Meeting 2 PM – 3 PM Chamber Office



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8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Hawks Prairie Restaurant 11:30 AM – 1:15 PM Saint Martin’s Worthington Center 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Chambers House Restaurant Panorama 1751 Circle Lane SE

19 | Membership Orientation 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM Chamber Office

20 | Finance Committee Meeting 3 PM – 4:30 PM Chamber Office

21 | BEDC

4 PM – 5 PM Chamber Office

26 | Ambassador Committee Meeting 12 PM – 1 PM Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

27 | Board of Directors Meeting 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Chamber Office

27 | South Sound Connections 11:30 AM – 1 PM Chamber Office

27 | Education Council Meeting 4 PM – 5 PM EDC Office inside the Lacey SPSCC location

28 | Membership Committee Meeting 2 PM – 3 PM Chamber Office

3 Tips for Using Social Media at Events By Mr. Event The creation of our socially connected world has made creating a buzz-worthy event easier than ever before. But getting meaningful results and boosting attendance can be challenging when you’re competing to gain attention online. So we’ve compiled our top 3 ways to engage your audience online:


Use ONLY ONE hashtag per event. In the world of social media so many #hashtags are thrown at us that it’s very important that you don’t confuse your guests by giving them more than one option. Include this hashtag in every piece of marketing material including the invitation, social media posts and even your event program. Even encourage your vendors to use the hashtag as well. The vendors you use at your event are looking to post quality content as well as you. If you encourage them to promote your hashtag and provide a relevant link or picture they most likely will promote you on their social accounts (who doesn’t love a free promo).

3. COLLECT INFO DURING YOUR EVENT Many companies choose to focus on pre-event promotion. But while it is important to get people to your event you don’t want to lose the opportunity to get live feedback during your event. By monitoring social mentions you can learn what is working and what isn’t. You’ll see quotes from the speaker (or the occasional grumbling that the speaker is taking too long) along of point-of-view photos which give your team an in-depth look at your event. This gives you the opportunity to engage and communicate with your guests while they are focused on your event. Another bonus piece of info: You can use the social mentions to ignite your post-event marketing strategies. Use quotes from speakers, or a picture that a guest posted. Don’t underestimate the value of what your clients took from the event. Instead amplify your marketing with these new post/ images you receive and use them in promoting your next event.

Plus don’t worry about overusing your hashtag, remember it’s temporary and after your event you can completely forget about it.


Don’t ever underestimate the value of behind the scenes content. What you find to be mundane or a simple task during your event can re-engage your audience. Maybe it’s the stalker mentality that has overtaken our generation but we want to know everything we can about the event. Assign an employee to video behind the scenes content on Facebook live, take a picture of the final event program or take a picture of the decorators setting up your venue. No detail is too small in the world of event marketing. Lacey South Sound Chamber | Thrive! Summer 2017


join the State Patrol or Tribal Police and save his money to eventually own a hot rod and high performance automotive shop. Another $1,00 scholarship recipient was Katelyn Lutz, again from Timberline. Katelyn plans to attend UW and become a marketing manager for an international business. The final $1,000 scholarship went to Breanna Smith from River Ridge. Breanna plans to use her scholarship at Central Washington. She wants to get her degree in Actuarial Science and become an actuary. These scholarships are funded solely through donations, the monthly raffle at the Forum and earnings on investments. No Chamber funds are used for the scholarships. This is one of the activities that sets the Lacey South Sound Chamber apart from other chambers as we are not only giving back to the community but investing in our future.

Kidwiler Scholarship Fund Awards Record Amount in Scholarships At the June 7th forum, the Lacey/South Sound Chamber awarded eight scholarships and awards totaling $12,500 to North Thurston Public School seniors. The scholarships are awarded by the Ray Kidwiler Memorial Scholarship Fund which is administered by the chamber. The scholarship fund was established in memory of Ray Kidwiler, a founding member of the chamber and two-time past president, by his widow. The scholarships are awarded to North Thurston Public School graduating seniors that plan a career in some field of business. Since its establishment in the early 70’s, the fund has awarded over $115,000 to graduating seniors. As part of the application process, the students had to submit a grade transcript and a summary of school and community activities. In addition, they had to submit two essays. One essay was on the importance of the private enterprise system as part of our nation’s economic system and the other was on how their educational and career goals relate to the private enterprise system. They also had to sit for an interview with a panel comprised of the scholarship fund Board of Trustees. This year’s board was Stewart Ridgeway, Chairman; Graeme Sackrison, Chamber President-Elect, Vice Chair; Mike Harris, Columbia Bank; Cynthia Collins, Precisely Right Accounting; and Madelin White, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs and Day Spa. The interview panel was also joined by Trustee Emeritus Gene Dolan. This year the fund awarded two $2,500 scholarships. One scholarship went to Mckenzie Ayers from North Thurston High School. She will attend UW-Tacoma and wants to study psychology and open her own practice with more personalized therapeutic treatment. Mckenzie also was this year’s recipient of the Gene Dolan Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service along with


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a check for $500. It is named for Trustee Emeritus Gene Dolan who ran this program for some 40 years and has been involved with the program for over 50 years. It recognizes the applicant with the best mix of academic achievement and community service, since Gene placed a great emphasis on community service. Another $2,500 scholarship recipient is Sarah Park from River Ridge High School; which she will use at Dartmouth. Sarah finished #1 in her class with a 4.0 average. She is undecided on a major but wants to be in a business where she can make an impact on people’s lives. In addition, the committee awarded two $1,500 scholarships. The first one went to Mckenzie Wolfe-Webb of North Thurston High School. She will attend Western Oregon University and work toward a degree in American Sign Language Interpreting. She wants to own her own business as a freelance interpreter. The other $1,500 recipient was Adam Johnson from Timberline High School. Adam will attend UW and wants to become a marketing manager and CEO. Adam participated in Running Start and will receive his AA degree from SPSCC. Adam has also been class president his Jr. and Sr. years. The committee also awarded four $1,000 scholarships, the first recipient was Donovan Bauman, from Timberline High School. Donovan will attend SPSCC and take business classes to better manage his business which he has already started. He has trademarked his own line of clothing and is designing and selling them on line. He eventually wants to be the creative director of his own fashion company. He has been selected for an internship at Nordstrom’s this summer. The next $1,000 scholarship went to Benjamin Vasquez, also from Timberline. Benjamin plans on attending WSU-Vancouver. He plans to Lacey South Sound Chamber | Thrive! Summer 2017



The Lacey South Sound Chamber’s Event Coordinator, Blaine Land, will assist your business with the planning for a premiere networking opportunity for business professionals. A business after-hours event is a great way to promote your business, gain new business relationships, and a perfect setting to show off all the amazing things your business has to offer! Our Event Coordinator will assist you with the following details: • Creating an Event Invite • Marketing your event on our Chamber’s Facebook • Advertising your event on our Chamber’s weekly e-newsletter • Announcing your event at our Chamber’s Monthly Forum’s

• Email blasting all our Chamber Members about your event • Create an agenda for your event • Arrange for our Ambassadors to assist you as needed


The Lacey South Sound Chamber would like to show off your new business! A Grand Opening is a publicized event at which a new establishment announces its official opening to the public. The Chamber offers a event package that will help you set up for this important event. Our Event Coordinator, Blaine Land, will assist you with the following: • Creating an Event Invite • Marketing your event on our Chamber’s Facebook • Advertising your event on our Chamber’s weekly e-newsletter • Announcing your event at our Chamber’s Monthly Forum’s • Emailing blast all our Chamber Members about your event

• Emailing the City’s Mayor to attend your event • Provide a ribbon cutting ceremony • Create an agenda for your event • Arrange for our Ambassadors to assist you as needed


Do you love slow-smoked traditional BBQ? Well here’s your chance to get your taste buds satisfied. On behalf of the Lacey South Sound Chamber, we welcome all to the mouth-watering world of BBQ! The event will include a professional cook off sanctioned by the Pacific Northwest BBQ Association plus an assortment of pro-food vendor from the South Sound area. There will be non-food vendors providing giveaways, live entertainment, a chicken wing eating contest, and a kids zone! Admission is FREE! The fun will begin at 11:00 am and will continue until 6:00 pm at Huntamer Park in Lacey. This easy to find location is off Exit 109 on I-5. Date: Saturday, July 8th Festival Hours: 11:00 am 6:00 pm Admissions: FREE

Beer Garden Hours: 12:00 pm - 8:00pm $5.00 drink tickets *Must be 21 & older

We welcome our Chamber members and guests to join South Sound Connections for a fun and educational networking group. This will be a great opportunity to network, brand your business, meet business professionals, and learn how to innovate and strengthen your business in the South Sound area! Every 4th Wednesday at the Seventeen51 Restaurant & Bistro from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm.

360-459-3700 DeTray’s of Olympia Manufactured Homes Sales

Colonial Estates

55+ Manufactured Homes Community

Lakeview Meadows

55+ Manufactured Homes Community

The Colonial Inn

Senior Retirement Apartments

www. DeTraysFamilyEnterprises .com


No appointment is necessary, and you’ll be in and out in under 60 minutes. Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., 7 days a week ROC Hawks Prairie 8140 Freedom Lane NE Lacey, WA 98516

ROC West Olympia 3901 Capital Mall Drive SW Olympia, WA 98502

Just off I-5 near Harley-Davidson and Ram Restaurant & Brewery

For questions, please call

(360) 754-ROCC. 7

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The weather couldn’t have been more perfect for our 29th Annual Lacey Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic. We had lots of golfers come out who enjoyed a full day of golf, games, prizes, great food and, of course, a whole lot of fun. The day started bright and early with a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m. For the next few hours, teams stopped at each of our hole sponsors for games, prizes, and more fun. The event ended with an Italian buffet, raffle, and prizes. It was a very successful day for the Lacey South Sound Chamber! We could not have done it without the hard work and collaborative effort of the amazing planning committee, volunteers, sponsors, and of course, the staff at the Gold Club at Hawks Prairie. A special thank you to committee chair, Jerry Wilkins, who did a fantastic job helping coordinate this fun event.

Tournament Sponsors

• TerriAnn Hawkeswood, Phone Master • Laurie Hoffman, Lacey South Sound Chamber


• Becky Burton

• Dawn Sanquist, Combined Fund Drive

• Debbie Bowser, Edward Jones

• Jerry Wilkins, Van Dorm Realty

• Shirley Jones, T&S Cleaning

• Kathy Powell, Prime Development Group LLC

• Judy Wilson, Fire District 3

• Joan Keller

• Jerika Ferguson, Combined Fund Drive • Daryl Murrow, Thurston EDC • Sarah Hendry, State Farm • Sarah Hannapel, South Sound Senior Services for South Sound

Green Sponsor

Special Thanks:


Trent Henning and staff at The Golf Course at Hawks Prairie.

4 amazing restaurants all under one roof.


Hole Sponsors: • Chicago Title (Alcohol Hole)

• The Rants Group

• Olympia Federal Savings

• Columbia Bank

• ThurstonTalk

• America’s Credit Union (Alcohol Hole)

• Goldwater Bank & Cecilia Mikler Realtor RE/MAX

• Aurora Lasik

• 94.5 ROXY

• Harborstone Credit Union

• The Creative Office

• Boggs Inspection Services

• Shy-Anne Loanstar Home Lending (Alcohol Hole) • Prime Lending

Just what you’re in the mood for… everything! Drop by soon to enjoy your favorites.

A wide variety of Asian dishes served in a fun, interactive atmosphere.

Sizzling steaks, fresh seafood, award-winning wines. Distinctive, wine-cellar ambience.

Mouthwatering seafood, prime rib, salads and desserts, plus an awesome indoor fire pit.

Exciting sports bar and restaurant. Exceptional pub fare, craft brews, huge main screen, HD TV’s.

All our restaurant venues proudly offer a 10% Discount with Valid Military ID.

Where you belong. I-5 Exit 88 • Rochester, Washington •


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Lacey South Sound Chamber | Thrive! Summer 2017


Ambassador Spotlight Jerika Ferguson Jerika Ferguson is the Marketing & Development Director for the Washington State Combined Fund Drive, a workplace giving program since early March. Prior to designing and marketing charitable giving campaigns she was the assistant to the Washington State Deputy Secretary of State. She was born in the Pacific Northwest where she grew-up with a passion for outdoors and coffee. If she isn’t working or getting caffeinated you can find her on a trail or playing soccer in a local park. You can reach her at jerika.ferguson@sos. or 360-902-4154.

Ross Irwin As an Ambassador for the Lacey South Sound Chamber for about nine years, I love

serving the chamber and the community in so many different ways. The chamber has been a major factor in growing our business. Being able to mix with the business community has been both fun  and fruitful:  Many of our customers are chamber members, or people chamber members referred.  Thank you Lacey Chamber!!   On the personal side, Trivonna and I were raised in Portland and have been married for 47 years.   In January, 2001, we moved to Olympia from Klamath Falls, Oregon where I was a pastor.   Trivonna had been offered a job with Curtis Cabinets in Olympia.  In the fall of 2001, I began Teaching at NW Christian High School.  In the spring of 2006 we began thinking about opening our own store.  (I was thinking “Her own store.”)  Little did I know how involved I would become.  God has blessed us richly!!   In our spare time, we….  WAIT, what is spare time?  I vaguely remember the concept.   Thanks Lacey Chamber and Trivonna for the privilege of serving as your ambassador!

Summer Reflection

Summer time! The best season ever -- sunshine and fun times. Even though it been years since I was in school, summer still means vacation to me. It’s time to play and adventure with friends, go camping and fuss in the yard some. The reality of adulthood, however, brings the recognition that I don’t really get a summer long vacation, where responsibilities have gone out the window. As adults, we have responsibility every day for meeting immediate needs and taking care of our families, while implementing plans to meet longterm needs. Putting our growth and development activities on hold until the end of summer does not work as adults. Although if you’re like me, there are still days where I wish time would truly stand still and let me bask in the sun, floating in the pool for days on end. So take that vacation, play like you haven’t a care in the world. There are times play should be the priority, but don’t forget to be intentional in your activities and to act with tomorrow in mind. Mind your long-term goals and act upon them year-round. Remember that Financial Planning and Management is not a seasonal activity, but a positive move in the right direction all year long. Nancy LaPointe, Financial Planner, Wealth Manager Navigate Financial 360-628-8175

Ambassador of the Quarter

Sarah Hannapel 11

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Creating Nurturing Environments because Life Takes Place in the Kitchen

Business is Booming! Welcome New Members to the Chamber!

Caring Transitions of South Puget Sound

10011 Bridgeport Way SW Suite 1500-239 Lakewood, WA 98499 206-510-7855

4444 Lacey Blvd. SE Lacey, Wa. 98503 360.539.5057


“Custom” is a Design Process that Focuses on Your Family!

4411 Martin Way E Olympia, WA 98516 360-459-8084

Edward Jones Cameron Daniels

1303 College St. SE Lacey, WA 98503 360-486-2106

Tutor Doctor

8636 29th Way SE Olympia, WA 98513 360-789-3431

4 The Fallen

Academy of Mortgage - Lacey

Inspired to Move Dance Academy

City Gates Ministries

42 Santa Fe Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 949-279-4043

673 Woodland Square Loop SE STE 401 360-999-5900

1910 East 4th Ave PMG 108 Olympia, WA 98506 360-705-0291

6706 Martin Way E, Olympia, WA 98516 260-259-1382

Mr. Event and Company 1301 S. Oakes St. Tacoma, WA 98405 253-693-8073

Capital Choice Financial Group 913 Lilly Rd NE E-9 Olympia, WA 98506 480-415-2079

Got Your 6 Fishing 8039 68th Loop SE Olympia, WA 98513 360-485-3081

Better Properties - Lacey

3201 Willamette Dr NE, Suite E 360-584-9427

CW Constructions Inc.

Volkswagen of Olympia

2107 Cooper Point Rd SW, Olympia, WA 98502 360-350-6262

6715 Martin Way E Olympia, WA 98516 360-280-6952



Introducing the all-new Coho Sports Pub, now open at Nisqually Red Wind Casino.

(360) 412-5000 | (866) 946-2444 12819 Yelm Hwy SE, Olympia 13

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The shortest distance between these two points is a financial plan.

Nancy J. LaPointe, mba, cfp,® chfc,® clu,® ricp®

Financial Planner, Wealth Manager, Investment Adviser Representative* 3663 College Street SE, Suite B, Lacey, WA 98503 Tel 360.628.8175 | Cell 360.402.3200 | Fax 360.338.0450 | *Securities and advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Network,® Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser.

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Check out what's happening with the Lacey South Sound Chamber and their members!

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Check out what's happening with the Lacey South Sound Chamber and their members!