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The Lacey Chamber Newsletter Volume 11, Issue 11

Message from the President By Jerry Farmer, President


irst things first—a big thank you to all the amazing volunteers who made our annual auction such a success. Special thanks to Event Coordinator Amanda Graham, Office Administrator Sceni Foster, and our auction committee Chair Tony Salas. You went above and beyond, and we appreciate it. Another example of how you can make a difference by not being afraid to do things differently.

Do we do things differently here at the Lacey Chamber of Commerce? You bet we do—even how we determine our year. Some organizations do their year like the calendar, from January to December. Some do theirs as a fiscal year. We do ours from November to October. Why?

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Table of Contents Message from President Boundary Disputes Funeral Alternatives Welcome Home BBQ ShredFest 2010 Office Sportsmanship September 5:01 Surge! Business is Booming! Roster Chamber Events Kidwiler Thank Yous

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Because we decided to, that’s why. We’re entrepreneurs, and the key characteristic of an entrepreneur is we do things in new ways. We buck the trends, and we have faith in our own vision and our own energy. When other people have given up, we get things done. Who else would have the optimism to start a business against all odds? Who else would have the belief to think their idea will set them above the crowd and make them a comfortable living? It’s no wonder small business is the cornerstone of our economy. And no wonder we’re the first to pull up our bootstraps and get busy with the business of making our economy run.

Consumer confidence may drive our economic engine, but entrepreneurs supply the high-octane optimism that boosts the power of that confidence. As I look forward to my year as your president I am certain of one thing, this year is going to be great. Because we are going to make it great. Because we are different. We are entrepreneurs. And we are the Lacey Chamber of Commerce. Happy New Year!

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A Sincere “Thank You” to All Our Fans Thank you to all who made a our 2010 annual fund-raising auction, Spotlight on Cinema, a great success! As usual, we are completely in awe of your generosity! We appreciate and thank you for your continued support year after year!

Presenting Sponsor C H E H A L I S

Executive Sponsors


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Special Thanks to:

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Master of Ceremonies: Jerry Farmer, 94.5 ROXY Radio Management Auctioneer: C&L Benefit Auction Group Dedicated Spotters: Ryan Betz, Tom Carroll, Laura Huyck, Larry Messegee Red Carpet: B&R Flooring America Catering: Bon Appétit Linens provided by: Party Outiftters Spotlight provided by: 50’s Technology, LLC Catalog created by: Peggy DeGregory Slideshow created by: Chris Lester Live Feed & Video: Pardiman Productions Check-out Bags provided by: Costco Wireless Credit Cards: Front Stream Payments

America’s Credit Union BayView Catering / Stormans Inc. Bon Appetit - Saint Martin’s University C&L Benefit Auction Group Exit Realty Boardwalk - Kevin Gordham Exit Realty Boardwalk - Anita & Hal Yarber Linda Huyck Lacey Chamber of Commerce Little Caesars Mangano’s Catering Arvilla Moore Mountain Home Bakery Occasions Catering and Special Events Paprika Catering Nicole Peguero Rib Eye / Ramblin Jacks

Auction Committee Members

Tony Salas, Anchor Bank , Chair Jerry Farmer, 94.5 ROXY Radio Lourdes Beck, C&L Benefit Auction Group Megan Casto, Aflac Laura Huyck, B&R Flooring America Larry Messegee, First Citizens Bank Wendy Mitkowski, The Creative Office Arvilla Moore, Chamber Volunteer Kamarie Wilson, Union Bank Mike Wolfe, Mutual of Omaha Amanda Graham, Lacey Chamber

Volunteers and Chamber Staff Members

Angelique Wilson, Anita Yarber, Ann Fish, Courtney Schieve, Heidi Behrends-Cerniwey, John Bradburn, Karen Schade, Madelin White, Mark White, Mike Wolfe, Mindy Reese, Scott Connolly, Shannon Carson, Stewart Ridgeway, Tabitha Johnson, Arvilla Moore, Margie Eckroth, Norma Croshaw, Mike Beehler, Sceni Foster, and Amanda Graham

Thank You to 2010 Donors 94.5 ROXY 911 Driving School Advanced Laser and Beauty Center Alfac-Megan Casto Allure Advertising Ambience Salon and Day Spa America’s Credit Union Anchor Bank Annie’s Unique Anthony’s Hearthfire Grill Antiquities Apex Karting Arbonne International-Laura Parvi B&R Flooring America Ballaura Spa and Sports Massage Bark and Garden Center Bayview Catering Blue Willi’s Bon Appetit C&L Benefit Auction Group Cabela’s Capital Aeroporter Capital Septic and Excavation

Charlotte Dickison Chehalis-Centralia Railroad and Museum Chris Lester Insurance Services Chicago Title Chicago Title-Mervet Sanchez City of Lacey-Greg and Ann Cuoio Club Z Tutoring Colonial Inn Senior Apartments Columbia Bank Community Values Magazine Costco Wholesale—Lacey Cutter’s Point Coffee—Lacey Blvd. Debbi’s Dance Etc. Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor Earth Friendly Products Al Eckroth - Virgil Adams Real Estate EDC of Thurston County Edward Jones Investments - Felix Peguero Emerald Downs Exit Realty Boardwalk-Hal and Anita Yarber Farrelli’s Pizza and Pool Garlic Jim’s Go Small Great Wolf Lodge Greene Realty-Jim and Shelly Westall Garrett Gunderson GL Kluh Jewelers Harborstone Credit Union Herbert E. Todd, D.D.S. Heritage Bank Hometown Property Management Hop Jack’s Hotel Murano Laura Huyck Idalis Medical Spa Intercity Transit Irish Alana Salon KELA/KMNT Radio Lacey Chamber of Commerce Leavitt Photo-Custom Imaging and Wall Portraits Liberty Inn Little Caesars Maintenance by Hometown, Inc.

See Donors on page 3

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A Benefit of Chamber Membership Submittted by Chris Lester, Chris Lester Insurance Services


uality, affordable health insurance for business owners and their employees continues to be one of the greatest challenges for large and small businesses. Over the past ten years, health insurance premiums have risen 131% while workers’ earnings have increased only 38% during that same period according to a study done by Kaiser/HRET. Even with recently enacted health insurance reform, significantly bending the cost curve over the next several years will be difficult. As a member of the Lacey Chamber of Commerce one of your benefits of mem-

bership is the opportunity to evaluate and enroll in the Business Health Trust (BHT) program if you employ 2-149 employees. In place for over four decades, the BHT program offers an array of medical, dental, vision, life and AD&D, disability, and other programs to meet your business objectives and employee benefit needs. This benefit program provides competitive group rates through contracts with the largest and most respected insurance carriers in the state of Washington, such as: Regence Blue Shield, Group Health, Washington Dental Service, Dental Health Services, Regence Life and Health, Wellspring, and more. You can be assured that all plans offered are in compliance with healthcare reform mandates.

Donors Medicine Creek Winery Merle Norman Cosmetics Wigs and Day Spa Michaela Hickey-Licensed Aesthetician Arvilla Moore Mutual of Omaha - Mike Wolfe Network Communciations International North Thurston Public Schools Nutshell Write to the Point Olympia Auto Mall Association Olympia Federal Savings Ostrom’s Mushroom Farm Paco’s Tacos Panorama - Chambers House Restaurant Pardiman Productions Paulson Training Pearl by the Sea Pints and Quarts Port of Olympia Prime Development Group Prime Locations Professional Temp Staffing Agency RAM Restaurant Red Lion Hotel—Olympia Regal Entertainment Group-Martin Village Stadium RelyLocal-Olympia Rib Eye Rambin Jack’s Ricardo’s Restaurant S. Stewart Ridgeway, CPA SAVI Day Spa Scatter Creek Winery Seattle Mariners Seattle Seahawks

South Sound Magazine Stapp Financial Planning, PLLC Strader Hallet & Co. P.S. T & S Cleaning TAGS Awards & Specialites The Acme Service Group The Aloha Tanning Company The Biz Venue The Creative Office The Guardsman The Washington Center for the Performing Arts Thurston County Coronor Gary Warnock Thurston County Fairgrounds Thurston EDC Tom the Twister Tony’s Master Jewelers Trufant Family Foundation TwinStar Credit Union U.S. Martial Arts Center Van Dorm Realty Washington State Historical Society West Coast Bank - Hawks Prairie Branch West Coast Bank - Lacey Branch Western Meats Wind Up Here WineShop at Home Woodshed Furniture Western Meats

The one-stop shopping aspect allows for combined billing and eligibility, with COBRA administration provided as a value-added service. All insurance plan summaries and forms are available on-line 24/7 with links to the BHT insurance companies for easy look-up of network providers. BHT‌it’s good for business and employees and only available to Chamber members—and only available through trained accredited brokers who are also Chamber members.

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Last Welcome Home BBQ


Lacey HOLIDAY 2010

By Carlene Joseph, Harborstone Credit Union, Military Affairs Committee Chair


ell, we just completed our last Welcome Home Picnic for the 4-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team on October 7. Overall, I think we easily fed another 5,000 soldiers and raised enough funds to pay for the cost of food, plus provide the entertainment. During the past two months, we held three Welcome Home picnics for a total of approximately 15,000 soldiers. Now we can sit back and enjoy the rest of the month and take the time to learn more about I Corps’ new commanding general, LTG Curtis M. Scaparrotti, who just arrived from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he served as the commanding general for the 82nd Airborne Division. Welcome LTG Scaparrotti, we look forward to embracing you in the Lacey community!

L to R: LTG Curtis Scaparrotti, the new I Corps commanding general; General James Thurman, the commanding General for the U.S. Army Forces Command; and Major General John Johnson, the past interim I Corps Commanding General.

LTG Curtis Scaparrotti, I Corps commanding general.

The year 2011 is just around the corner. My next goal is to assemble a small committee to plan a barbeque for the Air Mobility Command Rodeo. The Lacey Chamber plans a barbeque for the home team, which includes about 200 Airmen. If any of you are interested in serving on this committee or donating food items for the barbeque, please e-mail me at: carlene. Finally, please come join us at the next Military Affairs Committee meeting on November 9. We have military representatives there each month, but very few Chamber members. The meeting begins at 7:30 a.m., and it’s held at the Hawks Prairie Restaurant. In November, we will have the leadership from the 446 Airlift Wing (the McChord Field Reserve Unit) attend to talk about their mission. I hope to see you all there.


Later this month, I will have the opportunity to interact with him personally at the Association of the United States Army’s conference and at the Army’s Ten Miler in front of the Pentagon. I promise to take many pictures and share them with all of you during next month’s edition. I will also tell you more about LTG Scaparrotti and how the I Corps team did during the Ten Miler. Go, I Corps team!


Thanksgiving Weekend, Fri. 12-5pm Sat. 9am-5pm November 26 & 27

Art & Handcrafts

Featuring over 150 juried crafters specializing in handcrafted holiday gifts and gourmet treats!

ÍHoliday Music Í Free Prize DrawingsÍ ÍLattes, Lunch, & Snacks AvailableÍ The first 1,000 shoppers each day who stop by the OBee Credit Union booth receive a FREE

Reusable Shopping Bag

Held at Marcus Pavilion at Saint Martin’s University 5300 Pacific Avenue, S.E. Lacey Í Plenty of Parking Í Free Admission Information Call (360) 491-0857 Í Don’t Miss The Dickens Carolers Friday 11:30 - 1:30

Donation of non-perishable food items for the Thurston County Food Bank will be accepted at the door.

Did you miss our Forum? The Lacey Chamber Forum plays on TCTV Channel 22 every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. and Friday at 3:00 p.m.

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Thank You for Your Support and Encouragement Written by Mike Beehler, Executive Director, Lacey Chamber of Commerce


hank you, Chamber memb ers and staff. I appreciate the support and encouragement I have received from the Lacey Chamber board, staff, and members in the first month of my tenure as your interim Executive Director. The Lacey area is a wonderful community in which to live, be productive, and contribute to the success of our neighbors. We are fortunate to have the natural resources of our community’s beauty around us every day. The entrepreneurial sprit is alive and prospering in Lacey. I continue to be impressed with the spirit of giving and community

service by our members as well. I want to assure you that my service as an interim director is an opportunity for me to assist the businesses in our community in continuing to be vital contributors to the economic vitality within our region. I believe that the Lacey Chamber is uniquely poised to be a partner with both public and private entities to foster economic growth, to provide networking opportunities for business professionals, and to sustain the sprit of community service which enhances our quality of life. Please join with me in ensuring that the future of our business community is bright, enduring, and ever so prosperous. Please call upon me at any time if you have questions or if I can be of assistance. I assure you I will also rely on you for the success of our Chamber’s efforts as well.

The Lacey Chamber of Commerce has a strong tradition of welcoming new members and encouraging mutually beneficial interactions. I have felt welcomed, and I hope to be a part of those beneficial interactions on behalf of the Chamber. Chamber of Commerce committees are active (you are always welcome to become involved), Chamber fundraising continues to be successful, and we are sustaining our membership in spite of a constrained economic environment. There is much work to do, and with your support and encouragement I believe the Chamber will move forward with renewed energy and optimism. Thank you to the Chamber Board for allowing me the opportunity to be your interim director, and I hope to be of service to each of you as Chamber members.

Get Connected at ROXY Connector Written by Patrick Davidson, Guild Mortgage Company


s stimulating a n d t h o u gh t - p ro voking as the Lacey Chamber of Commerce monthly Forums always are, do you ever find yourself wishing that there was some mechanism for delving deeper into a particular topic—perhaps some meeting or venue where there could be more interaction with the presenter? Of course you have! Well, here’s the answer! Each month, the ROXY Connector Economic Development Roundtable meets for breakfast and a robust discussion of contemporary, relevant topics. For example, last week (October 20) we were treated to a presentation by Bret

Bertolin of the Washington State Economic & Revenue Forecast Council. Mr. Bertolin shared with us the state’s methodology for doing their job: forecasting for the legislature and governor what the income outlook is for the coming biennium. You’ll be shocked to learn that this was not the rosiest picture ever painted…but there were some nuggets of good news in this discussion. For example, Americans have recovered over $6 trillion in net worth from the depths of the recent recession! You read that right, six trillion with a T! That’s a lot of recovery. We’ve interacted with other valuable presenters in previous programs. In September, Patrick Connor ,with the local office of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), led a discussion of pending ballot initiatives. We had asked Mr. Connor to focus pri-

marily upon I-1082, the Initiative that will allow competition in the worker’s compensation insurance arena. This meeting also provided an opportunity to share information on the other ballot initiatives and referenda.

Once again, one of the appealing elements of this format is that it invites the participation of all in attendance. That’s why it’s called a “roundtable”…your participation is encouraged! We’d love to see you at the next meeting of the ROXY Connector on Wednesday November 17. We’ll be at the River’s Edge Restaurant at Tumwater Valley. The program will feature a presentation by Grant Gilmore, Executive Director of the AWB Institute, the economic development arm of the Washington Association of Business. We look forward to seeing you at 8:00 a.m.!


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Renewals–Thank You! 2-4 Years:

New Members Earth Friendly Products—BOOM! Investor 8735 Commerce Place Drive NE, Suite A Lacey, WA 98516 Contact: Amber Petersen Category: Manufacturing Green Products Phone: (360) 489-3300 Web:

Washington Land Yacht Harbor, Inc. Harmony Hall 9101 Steilacoom Road SE Olympia, WA 98513 Contact: Verne Morman Category: Banquet Hall Phone: (360) 491-3750 Web:

Exit Realty Boardwalk

525 Columbia St. NW, Suite 204 Olympia, WA 98501 Contact: Anita Yarber Category: Property Management/Real Estate Phone: (360) 459-1754 Web:

Cynthia Pratt Design Smart Home Staging & Redesign Judy Wilson Union Bank

5-9 Years: Faith Lutheran Church & School

Grand Opening Distribution Operations Center On September 16, 2010, the Lacey Chamber of Commerce had the joy and privilege of being a part of the grand opening at Distribution Operations Center. The building is amazing and was designed to handle a large volume of shipments and merchandise. We are excited to have them in our community!

10-14 Years: Casa Mia Restaurant Office Depot Timberland Regional Library

Over 15 Years! Capitol City on the Course

Over 50 Years! William Ehlers

2011 Board of Directors & Group Roster Executive Board

Jerry Farmer, President, 94.5 ROXY, 236-1010 Felix Peguero, President Elect, Edward Jones Investments, 438-0341 Lowell Gordon, Vice President, The Creative Office, 754-1732 Mike Harris, Treasurer & Board Member, Columbia Bank, 459-3344 Karen Schade, Secretary, America’s Credit Union, 253-912-3257

Board of Directors

Andrew Barkis, Hometown Property Management, 456-7368* Tom Carroll, Network Communications International, 701-1532 Greg Cuio, Lacey City Manager, 491-3214* Al Eckroth, Virgil Adams Real Estate, 701-3307 Tony Salas, Anchor Bank, 491-2250* Renée Sunde, Thurston EDC, 754-6320 Brent Walz, OBee Credit Union, 528-5361* Angelique Wilson, Professional Temp Staffing Agency, 786-8443 Jeff Powell, Past President, Prime Development Group, 528-2550 *Recently elected, serving a two year term.

Committee Ambassadors:

Amanda Graham, Event Coordinator, 491-4141


Tony Salas, Anchor Bank, 491-2250


Al Eckroth, Virgil Adams Real Estate, (360) 701-3307

ROXY Connector Business Roundtable:

Reneé Sunde, Thurston EDC, 754-6320 Patrick Davidson, Guild Mortgage, 412-1000


Tony Salas, Anchor Bank, 491-2250

Government Affairs:

Daniela Anderson, Hometown Prop. Mgmt, 456-7368


Joanna West, Washington Business Bank, 754-1954

Kidwiler Scholarship Foundation: Stewart Ridgeway, CPA, 459-4404

Military Affairs:

Carlene Joseph, Harborstone Credit Union, (253) 983-8636

November 2010

November Forum Board Transition and Business Awards Please plan to attend the Forum on November 3 and meet our new Board of Directors and show appreciation to those who have served the Lacey Chamber of Commerce so well this past year. Outgoing President, Jeff Powell, Prime Development Group, will pass the presidency to incoming Chamber President Jerry Farmer, 94.5 ROXY. Business awards honoring corporate, medium, and small businesses; Ambassadors and Volunteers; and the President’s Award will be given out during the program. The Lacey Chamber Forums are held at Saint Martin’s University in the Worthington Center. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and the program starts promptly at noon. Cost is $18 for members, $25 for guests.

Chamber Events

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Kidwiler Scholarship Fund Thank Yous The Lacey Chamber would like to thank these member businesses who donated raffle prizes to benefit the Kidwiler Scholarship at the October 2010 Forum: 94.5 ROXY A Steve’s Professional Truck Mounted Steam Cleaning Apex Karting Budd Bay Embroidery & Specialties, Inc Cabinets by Trivonna Chris Lester Insurance Services Community Values Magazine Edward Jones Investments-Felix Peguero Earth Friendly Products G. L. Kluh Jewelers Go Small Mutual of Omaha Mike Wolfe Pardiman Productions Professional Temp Staffing Agency South Sound Bank Stewart Ridgeway, CPA Tammy Redman - Business Growth Strategist The Ram Restaurant & Brewery The Wave Car Wash Voices Northwest

Thank You for Your Continued Support!

For all events, please RSVP to or call (360) 491-4141.

November 3, Wednesday—Forum

Registration begins at 11:30 am, program begins at noon Saint Martin’s Worthington Center Topic: Board Transition and Business Awards Members $18, guests $25 Please pre-register online at

Thank you to our Media Sponsor:

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November 9, Tuesday—Military Affairs Meeting 7:30 a.m. Hawks Prairie Restaurant 8306 Quinault Dr. NE

November 12, Friday—Government Affairs Meeting 11:30 a.m. Panorama – Chambers House Restaurant 1751 Circle Lane SE

November 16, Tuesday—Fundraising Committee Meeting 2:00 p.m. Chamber Conference Room


November 17, Wednesday—ROXY Connector Business Roundtable 8:00 a.m. River’s Edge Restaurant 4611 Tumwater Valley Dr. SE

November 17, Wednesday—5:01 Surge Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs, and Day Spa 801 Sleater Kinney Road SE, Suite 4 5:01 p.m.-7:00 p.m. November 18, Thursday Executive Meeting 8:30 a.m. Board Meeting 9:30 a.m. Chamber Conference Room

November 22, Monday—BBQ Committee 4:00 p.m. Chamber Conference Room

November 30, Tuesday—Ambassador Meeting 12:00 p.m. (noon) Dirty Dave’s Pizza 3939 Martin Way


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