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What the Chamber does for you Business development

Greeting newcomers at the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce office and Visitor’s Center, Chamber CEO Nathan Perea, Lizzy Billington, Chamber Director of Membership and Events, and Kaylee Hardman, Member Services Manager, help business and tourism succeed.

The Chamber partners with local cities to build a robust economy, create prosperity and jobs, and market the Valley. The chamber offers self-paced, online business skills courses for its members. The chamber also works on behalf of the business community to communicate with city, county and state governments to represent economic development. To share your issues, contact CEO Nate Perea at nperea@snovalley.org.

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• Welcome, Chamber programs 3 • Explore North Bend 4 •Business Directory 6-41 • Snoqualmie destinations 9 • Fall City arts and shopping 12 • Carnation’s charms 15 • Non-profits and services 20 • Calendar of events 21, 22 • Culture and entertainment 23 • Map of Valley attractions 24-25 • Chamber Board of Directors 45 • Important phone numbers 46 The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory is a special publication of the Snoqualmie Valley Record, in partnership with the Chamber. Publisher Editor Reporter

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f you’re a newcomer to the Snoqualmie Valley wanting to take your first local trip, or a longtime resident looking for business services, shopping, entertainment or recreation, the following pages can help you take your next steps. What you’ve got in your hands is a new publication: The 2014 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory. A partnership between the Chamber of Commerce and your local newspaper, the Snoqualmie Valley Record, which has served the Valley for 100 years, this guide includes a comprehensive directory of the many businesses and chamber members in the Valley, as well as articles on where to find shopping, recreation and entertainment and get involved in your community, as well as introductions to local cities, emergency services, and the Snoqualmie Valley School District. Located in the heart of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, the Snoqualmie Valley includes the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston, Fall City, Carnation and Snoqualmie Pass. Here, you can find small town charm, historic landmarks, and scenic beauty blended with active community growth and world-class facilities. Surrounded by stunning vistas of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascade Mountains, North Bend charms with its historic downtown and its breathtaking views. It offers an eclectic mix of dining and shopping, including the North Bend Premium Outlets. Snoqualmie is best known for Snoqualmie Falls, attracting visitors from around the world. Snoqualmie Falls drops 268 feet over granite cliffs, and is an amazing experience any time of year. Here, you will also find the Northwest Railway Museum, which offers scenic excursions aboard antique train cars along a five-mile stretch of historic railway. When exploring the Valley, your first stop should be the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce office and Visitor’s Center, located at 38767 S.E. River St. in downtown Snoqualmie. It is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Here, you’ll find information for the visitor and tourist as well as information on local businesses, job opportunities and networking options. You can learn more about the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce at www.snovalley.org, or by calling (425) 888-6362. We hope you use this publication to the fullest. If you are not a Chamber member, we hope you consider joining, and becoming part of making the Snoqualmie Valley a better place to live, work and play.

The chamber’s Valley Young Professionals, aimed at connected businesspeople in the Valley, age 21 to 39, creates an authentic culture for young professionals to connect, serve and grow. The Valley Young Professionals host a monthly hangout event at local venues, such as the North Bend Bar and Grill, for businesspeople to meet, greet and network through food and fun. Led by a 12-member committee, it meets and engages in service opportunities to support growth and the Chamber. To sign up, contact Jessica Self at jessicaself@nwframing.com. Learn more about the program at snovalley.org/vyp or find them on Facebook.

Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon is an initiative by the chamber to welcome all new residents to the Snoqualmie Valley and help connect them with local businesses. By distributing welcome packages filled with local businesses coupon’s, deals and other new resident “specials,” the committee provides contact information, a calendar of events and other useful information to new residents. To sign up, contact Lizzy Billington, Chamber Director of Membership and Events, at lizzy@snovalley.org.

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Experience North Bend


elcome to the City of North Bend, a scenic and thriving community known for its stunning views of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascades, and host to an impressive array of year-round recreation and cultural opportunities. The city’s scenic areas, parks and trails provide for hiking, fishing, bicycling, climbing, kayaking, and wildlife observation; with immediate surrounding recreation areas for snowboarding, snowshoeing and skiing. You can enjoy an eclectic mix of dining and shopping in the historic downtown and at the Premium Outlet Stores. Whether you are a local looking for a night out in North Bend or a visitor that just hiked Mount Si, Mailbox Peak, or Rattlesnake Ledge, North Bend offers a number of restaurants to refuel and socialize with your friends and family. KEN HEARING Drop into Twede’s Café for a piece of ‘Twin North Bend Mayor Peaks Cherry Pie’ made famous by the iconic Twin Peaks TV show. Dine and listen to live jazz at Boxley’s, voted one of the best jazz clubs in the world. Attend a show at the Valley Center Stage, a community theater featuring classics and comedy. See a film at the North Bend Theatre, an independent theater since 1941 and home to the annual Mountain Film Festival. Plan a visit to the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum that is saving and sharing the history of the Valley for future generations.

Big events Join us for our annual events, including the Festival at Mount Si; Downtown Block Party; Si View Farmer’s Market & Summer Concert Series; Blues Walk; Jazz Walk; Adventure Sport Festival & Iron Horse Relay; Mountain Film Festival; and Holiday Festival. Check the city’s website for the full calendar of events, or better yet sign up to receive city news under ‘Notify Me’ on the city’s website or click the Facebook icon to like the North Bend Facebook page and receive timely news. We are excited for the future, with many citizens involved in local government. The Economic Development Commission and City Council are working on several new projects. A Visitor’s Information Center will open this summer near Bartell Drug; a downtown plaza is anticipated to be completed the summer of 2015; and watch for news on upcoming community meetings to explore plans for a future civic center and city hall. North Bend truly is ‘easy to reach, hard to leave…’ We hope you will visit us soon!

Contact the City of North Bend Phone: (425) 888-1211 Website: http://northbendwa.gov Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/pages/NorthBend-WA/438037952888304 Email: cityhall@northbendwa.gov

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In historic downtown North Bend, Eurolounge Cafe owner Sinacia Yovanovich does his famous pour-over—steeping boiling water for a rich, smooth cup of coffee.

Find it all downtown


all it what you will, a cure for boredom or retail therapy, the shopping expedition is a grand American tradition, made even grander when you can find everything from handmade jewelry to tools for home projects without even leaving the Valley. If you’d like to energize yourself, try finding inspiration at SingleTrack Cycles, 119 W. North Bend Way. The full-service shop carries a wide variety of bike types and brands, parts, and gear, and they do repairs and bike fittings, too. Just for fun, check out Selah Gifts or Birches Habitat, both nearby gift shops with a quirky sense of humor. Then it’s time to reward yourself for all your hard work, so head out to the Riverbend Cafe, 14303 436th Ave S.E. for a slice of that pie.

Sweet and savory “It’s the little things in life that make people happy,” says Eurolounge owner Sinacia Yovanovich, as he gathers the items needed to make the famous “pour-over” at his North Bend cafe. Those little things—actively-boiling water and fresh-each week coffee beans, and, of course, a little showmanship—are the difference between grabbing a coffee, and experiencing the rich, smooth indulgence of a decadent cuppa at the old-fashioned bar. They make the same difference in the Eurolounge’s food, which Yovanovich takes as seriously as his coffee in the threeyear-old creperia. From the long, narrow building on North Bend Way, Yovanovich is delighted to serve up sweet and savory crepes made from old Romanian recipes, and fresh local ingredients—“we don’t even have a freezer!” he says. SEE MORE NORTH BEND BUSINESSES ON PAGE 43


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45810 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 Salish Lodge & Spa PO Box 1109, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Connie Krause (425) 831-6505 ACCOUNTANTS Hauser Long, P.S. 10940 NE 33rd Pl., Ste 100, Bellevue, WA 98004 shauser@hauserlong.com D. Steven Hauser (425) 889-1778 Rebecca Kitz, CPA PLLC PO Box 618, North Bend, WA 98045 (425) 888-1253 Krona & Krona CPA’s PO Box 799, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 John or Rick Krona (425) 888-0916

Marshall Accounting, LLC PO Box 1281, Fall City, WA 98024 CPA Nancy Marshall (425) 444-1477

ATTORNEYS Brown & Sterling P.S. 4318 Preston-Fall City Road SE, PMB 940, Fall City, WA 98024 Lawrence Brown / Thomas Watson (425) 222-6374

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Timothy Zilinsky, Karen Abel (425) 392-3191 Northwest Framing Commercial 1964 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134 jessicaself@nwframing.com (206) 336-2366 Northwest Watercolor Society 6510 Fairway Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 jeffrey.waters@comcast.net Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940

Neal Bonrud- Attorney at Law 301 W. North Bend Way, Suite 110, North Bend, WA 98045 neal@bonrudlaw.com Neal Bonrud (425) 292-0735 AUTO PARTS North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) PO Box 389, North Bend, WA 98045 Steve McConkey (425) 888-3588

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North Bend Auto Center 1208 Bendigo Blvd Ste A, North Bend, WA 98045 michaelallen45@gmail.com Michael Allen (425) 888-7777

BAKERIES Steve’s Doughnuts 7729 Greenridge Ct. SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014

Cedar Falls Automotive 44121 SE 170th St., North Bend, WA 98045 cedarfallsautomotive@gmail.com Michelle Reaves (425) 417-8261

AUTO SALES Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet 106 Main Ave. N., North Bend, WA 98045 Leesa McKay (425) 888-0781

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Clear Choice Auto Glass 700 NW Gilman Blvd #332, Issaquah, WA 98027 Brandon Smith (206) 999-8956

AWARDS/TROPHIES Trophies2Go 1320 NW Mall St., Suite A-2, Issaquah, WA 98027 info@trophies2go.com Jeff Anderson (425) 427-6784

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Snoqualmie, city of changes


noqualmie is located approximately 25 miles east of Seattle and is the half-way point between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass. It is best known for Snoqualmie Falls, a spectacular waterfall that attracts visitors from around the world. This and other landmarks, such as Snoqualmie Point Park, Mount Si, and the Northwest Railway Museum, create a unique place of scenic beauty in which to live, work, and play. Snoqualmie has been the fastest-growing city in Washington since 2000. With a current population of 11,700, Snoqualmie neighborhoods include MATT LARSON Historic Downtown, the Snoqualmie master-planned community Mayor of Snoqualmie Ridge, and rural homes. Thirty-five percent of residents are under the age of 18 and are served by the award-winning Snoqualmie Valley School District. While tourism is the primary contributor to Snoqualmie’s economy, many large businesses are moving here, providing jobs to local residents and strengthening the economy. Small local businesses offer many types of services, shopping, and restaurants. Snoqualmie is the official “Home of the Boeing Classic,” the annual PGA Champions Tour. It has the distinction of having been named the “Greenest Town in Puget Sound” by PSE for resident participation in the Green Power program and will be installing solar panels on the Snoqualmie Community Center. It is also designated as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Recreation in Snoqualmie is a key feature of the high quality of life. There are more than 35 parks and 30 miles of maintained trails, hundreds of acres of open space, a large dog park, and access to regional trails and outdoor recreation. For a full description of Snoqualmie’s amenities, events, parks and trail maps, and city services, please visit www.cityofsnoqualmie.org or email info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

Contact Snoqualmie 38624 SE River Street / PO Box 987 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Phone: (425) 888-1555 Email: info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Web: www.cityofsnoqualmie.org

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Geology sculpted Snoqualmie Falls’ 278-foot drop. Today, the waterfall, sacred to the Snoqualmie Tribe, is a major attraction. Millions of visitors come to the Falls viewpoint off Highway 202 annually.


Something for everyone

isitors who come to spend an hour exploring majestic Snoqualmie Falls often end up spending the rest of the day checking out the rest of what historic downtown Snoqualmie has to offer. Historic downtown Snoqualmie is centered on the Northwest Railway Museum’s 120-year-old depot and vintage rail cars. Snoqualmie Ridge includes plenty of community parks, dining and shopping options, while Snoqualmie Point Park and Snoqualmie Casino draw visitors for unparalleled views and gaming action.

Variety is the spice of life

Carmichael’s True Value Hardware has been Snoqualmie’s general store for a century. Locals come here to buy their needed pipes and parts, but owners Wendy Thomas and Brian Woolsey keep this place stocked Gag gift: An inflat- with enough gifts, cards, able moose head is a games, decor, garden items and just plain fun conversation starter and goofy stuff to ensure at Carmichael’s that most downtown visitors spend an inordinate amount of time browsing their way along the rustic wood-floored aisles at this community original. Rain or shine, you’re sure to find something to make you smile, or strike up a conversation with a new friend at Carmichael’s. Stop by at 8150 Falls Ave. S.E.

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Snoqualmie Falls Candy Company owner Wes Sorstokke offers an ice cream cone from his soda fountain counter.

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If something sweet is what you need, the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory, in historic downtown Snoqualmie across from the historic Northwest Railway Depot, is your next stop. Wes and Sharon Sorstokke have run this staple destination for visitors and locals for decades, selling premium ice cream, homemade fudge, caramel corn, candies, and lunch fare in its old-fashioned soda shop. For a more substantial meal, try the top-selling turkey bacon grinder or bacon cheeseburger. SEE MORE SNOQUALMIE BUSINESSES ON PAGE 44

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The Snoqualmie People have lived in the Snoqualmie Valley since time immemorial. The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is a federally recognized Tribe is signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott with the Washington territory in 1855. The Tribe is governed by a constitution and a Tribal Council with a chairperson, nine voting council members, two alternates, a lifetime elder, and three chiefs. Today, the Tribe is a comprised of about 650 Tribal members.

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Administration Office: (425) 888-6551 Snoqualmie Casino: (425) 888-1234

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The Tribe owns and operates the Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store and the Snoqualmie Casino, which is the largest employer in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Tribe has donated over $1.5 million dollars to non-profit organizations in Snoqualmie Valley since 2010. The Tribe operates a clinic in North Bend and another in Tolt, which are both open to the general public. If you are interested in learning more about the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, visit www.snoqualmietribe.us.

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Fall City Historical Society By Ruth Pickering Fall City Historical Society President As a small unincorporated rural town, Fall City has a “family” feeling. From 2004 to 2006, when local resident and historian Jack Kelley’s book “Jack’s History of Fall City” was coming together, that “family” stepped up, sharing photos and history and donating to help with publishing expenses. As the publication date neared, it felt important for this community enthusiasm to continue. So, the decision was made to form the Fall City Historical Society. Much of the Historical Society’s early period, 2007 to 2010, was dedicated to the production of our own book, “Preserving the Stories of Fall City.” Funded in part by Heritage 4Culture, it was published in 2010, with 350 pages and more than 500 photos. Firsthand memories of growing up in Fall City are included, from over 50 contributors. We are honored that in 2012, Jack Kelley chose to pass on the copyright, printing rights and all proceeds from his history of Fall City to the society. As a small historical society, we have to be firmly based in caring for our collections but also flexible and imaginative when it comes to getting our history out in the community. We showcase theme-based displays at the annual Fall City Days event, offer a monthly historical article in the Fall City Neighbors Newsletter (also available online) and publish an anticipated Fall City Calendar with a unique historical theme each year. We always have a lot of fun along the way! With our “History in Your Hand” items, you can enjoy a “side of Fall City history” with your coffee…or beer! Building and caring for our collections keeps us busy. We have over 1,000 photos and about 1,200 documents and objects. Because we have no public museum building for ongoing displays, we are constantly on the lookout for ways to make history visible. We have mobile displays and have had pop-up displays at the local library and storefronts. Look for us on Facebook and like us to get notified of new postings! Our recent focus has been on creating a much more extensive website and making our collection of photos and objects accessible online. We are excited to announce that this is happening at our new site, www.fallcityhistorical.org. Fall City Historical Society PO Box 293 Fall City, WA 98024 fallcityhistorical@juno.com

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Kia and Lyle Geels,owners of Raging River Cafe and Club, bring live music to Fall City every weekend. If the bands don’t get you up and dancing, they don’t come back, says Kia.

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all City is an unincorporated community at the intersection of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers, and State Routes 202 and 203. Hundreds of rafters float through the well-placed city each summer, but most of them probably miss Trinkets and Treasures, an antiques and consignment store that features, clothing, fine art, furniture and lots of those aforementioned trinkets. Find Trinkets and Treasures at 33511 S.E. Redmond-Fall City Rd. If it’s lunchtime, you’ll have plenty of options, all of them good, from the beloved fast-food shack Small Fryes, to the burgers-and-brews places lined up on the main drag, to the more gourmet choices available at the Fall City Roadhouse or, if you’re willing to wait (and the wait is worth it) till 4 p.m. when the Fall City Bistro opens, you can snack on white truffle popcorn while reviewing a long menu suggesting pairings with its impressive wine list.

Fall City Arts Park There’s a colorful corner in Fall City that will always be home to the arts. The Fall City Arts Park, a project of Fall City Arts, is the place to find hand-painted salmon (or birds or other wildlife) during the city’s Fish Festival each September, spectacular chalk art on the sidewalks for Fall City Days, and other arts on display throughout the year. Find the Fall City Art Park, and maybe the next activity of sponsoring organization Fall City Arts, at the corner of 335th Place Southeast and Southeast Redmond-Fall City Road. Learn more at www.fallcityarts.com.

Fall City Roadhouse What you see is a little simpler than what you get at the Fall City Roadhouse, the building that anchors Fall City at the corner of Hwy 202 and the Preston-Fall City Road. A fixture here since 1916, the Roadhouse is at the center of an active farming community and tourism hotspot when summer temperatures climb and urbanites come to the nearby Snoqualmie River to cool off. Manager and executive chef Benjamin Riggs, on board since 2012, works to honor the community’s history, farm background and freespirited nature with a welcoming restaurant. Riggs offers a creative menu featuring locallygrown ingredients in hearty farm fare. The place truly is a roadhouse, too, with six guest rooms upstairs decked out in vintage ‘20s-era linens and decor. Every room features wood floors, plush rugs, flat-screen televisions and coffee makers, plus Roadhouse-exclusive elements like the sassy, sparkly chicken paintings on the walls. Adventurous souls making reservations should ask for Room 7—it may be haunted. The Fall City Roadhouse is located at 4200 Preston Fall City Rd S.E.

Raging River Live Music If you’re looking for live music, look to the Raging River Cafe Cafe and Club in Fall City. The popular after-hours spot is home to live entertainment every night of the week, with no cover charge. The beer is always cold, and the burgers are pretty good, too! Friday and Saturday nights are for dancing, as cafe owners Lyle and Kia Geels put Seattle-area rock and roll, blues, or country bands on stage, including local favorites. “If they don’t get you up and dancing, they don’t come back!” says Kia. Learn more at www.theragingrivercafeclub. com/entertainment.htm.

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Opus Bank 139 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend, WA 98045 Dennise McGregar (425) 831-1761 Sterling Bank PO Box 1433, North Bend, WA 98045 robert.wotton@bankwithsterling.com Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 Union Bank 10900 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98004 antonio.mason@unionbank.com (425) 452-1881 Whidbey Bank 1250 NW Mall Street, Issaquah, WA 98027 charlottej@wibank.com Charlotte Jacobs (425) 449-6709 BARBECUE Mo Barbecue 8030 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@mobarbecue.com (425) 292-8040

Studio 202 PO Box 1171, Fall City, WA 98024 info@studio202salon.com Sarah Kieffer (425) 753-2251

BEAUTY PRODUCTS Acacia Hair Salon 7721 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@acaciahairsalon.com Rene Howell (425) 396-7036

BED & BREAKFAST Roaring River Bed & Breakfast 46715 SE 129th St, North Bend, WA 98045 Peggy & Herschel Backues (425) 888-4834

Arbonne Snoqualmie, WA 98065 jenniferstermer@myarbonne.com Jennifer Stermer (630) 533-8686 BEAUTY SALONS Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC PO Box 962, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Marie Everett (425) 888-4888

BREWERIES Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company 8032 Falls Ave, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 snoqualmiebrewery@gmail.com 425-831-2357 (Taproom)

Jolene’s Hair & Skin Care 43438 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 jolene.kelly@comcast.net Jolene Kelly (425) 941-8795

CAR WASH Twin Star Car Wash PO Box 921, North Bend, WA 98045 Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981

Lula Ruby an Organic Salon 7329 Better Way SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 angela@lularubysalon.com Angela Favero (425) 292-0816

CASINOS Snoqualmie Casino Jon Jenkins, President & CEO 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie, WA 98065-9260 Matt Gallagher (425) 888-1234

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Saving Tolt’s history Left, Carol Ladwig/Record Photo | Above, Courtesy photo

Nature’s bounty at Carnation A rural town of 1,800 residents, Carnation prides itself on being friendly and safe, a family-oriented community. Within easy reach of Seattle, Carnation features an abundance of natural beauty and outdoor experiences. Framed by the Cascade foothills and nestled where the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers meet, Carnation is in the center of the most productive agricultural district in King County. Carnation was founded as the Town of Tolt in 1912. The town later changed its name to Carnation to reflect its connection to the Carnation Milk Farm, which was famously known as the home of the Contented Cows. “Carnation Milk cows live where the grass is sweetest, water clearest, air the purest.” Carnation is located at the confluence of the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, which offer some of the best salmon habitat in the region. Carnation also provides access to the 31-mile-long Snoqualmie Valley Trail, the 574-acre Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground, and is home to an eight-acre off-leash dog park. More than 250,000 visitors per year come to Tolt-MacDonald Park to camp, enjoy the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, and ride mountain bikes or hike on the park’s trails. Carnation’s abundant parks also include a skateboard bowl, disc golf course, ball fields, and numerous walking trails which provide opportunities for all age groups to enjoy outside activities. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy outdoor recreation experiences in and around Carnation.

Shops welcome yarn afficionados, antiquers and diners to downtown Carnation. Above, fresh produce at Carnation Farmer’s Market.

Carnation Farmers Market Lower Valley Farmer’s Market happens from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays, May through November, in downtown Carnation Nestled in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, you’ll find plenty of fresh, local produce at the Carnation Farmers Market. Surrounded by beautiful farms and forests, this gem of a market blends a top-notch selection of food and farm products with all the makings of a great family event. Housed under a majestic timber-frame structure designed, milled and hand-crafted by local artisans, the Carnation Farmers Market is unique among markets to have such an impressive and permanent home. Just what’s all the buzz about local food? For most folks, fresh, locally grown food simply tastes better than food picked and shipped thousands of miles. But it’s really about much more than that. Local farms help preserve open space, build local economies, and nurture the genetic diversity of our foods. In addition, many farmers are staunch supporters of the environment, spending time and money planting stream buffers, changing their practices to decrease run-off, encouraging the reintroduction of native species, and restoring salmon streams. As more places develop farmers markets to meet demand for local food, community members engage with each other strengthening ties, building relationships, and fostering a ‘we’re all in this together’ kinship that can weather any calamity. Visit on Tuesday afternoons and buy directly from your farm6ers. On the second Monday of each month, SnoValley Tilth, which runs the market, has monthly potlucks open to the public. Find out more at carnationfarmersmarket.org and snovalleytilth.org.

Seth Truscott/Record Photo

Isabel Jones, Tolt Historical Society director, with a photo of Carnation’s first mayor, Elmer Sorenson, at the museum office. Tolt Historical Society at Carnation was started in 1983 and for several years had a small museum at the Sno Valley Senior Center. In 2011, the senior center began a remodel that eliminated the museum from its footprint. Elbridge (better known locally as ‘Bridge’) Stuart, the grandson of the founder of Carnation Farms, and his wife gave the museum space in an old milking barn which also housed his collection of refurbished carriages, milk wagons and trucks. Stuart and his wife had purchased Carnation Farm from Nestle, putting it into a Foundation so that it would always be Carnation Farm. As he said at the Grand Opening of the new museum, “I couldn’t have Isabel (the museum director) out in the street with her museum!” Tolt Historical Society, being a small organization, depends on grants from 4 Culture, the Snoqualmie Tribe, and memorials. The board appreciates all Elbridge Stuart does for them to keep improving the museum. At this time, the organization has several thousand artifacts dating from the 1800s, including early logging and farming tools, ladies’ combs, a full case of Tolt High School memorabilia from 1925 to 1993 when it was closed, and a large collection of dolls, doll furniture and sports equipment. The museum is open to the public on Saturday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. on the following dates for 2014: March 22; April 12; May 24; June 21; July 19; Aug. 16; Sept. 6; Oct. 4; and Nov. 15. Other openings can be arranged for families and groups by contacting Jones at isabelj2@juno.com.

16 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce CATERERS BBQ Heiress Catering & Event Planning PO BOX 608, North Bend, WA 98045 BBQHeiress@outlook.com Kimberly Ewing (425) 292-3067 Mosaic Catering PO Box 253, Carnation, WA 98014 Bill Pritchard (425) 221-1064 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Carnation Chamber of Commerce PO Box 603, Carnation, WA 98014 Kim List, President Duvall Chamber of Commerce 15619 Main Street, Duvall, WA 98019 info@duvallchamberofcommerce.com NJ Shelsby, President, Laurel Nehl (425) 788-9182 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce 38767 SE River St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@snovalley.org Nate Perea (425) 888-6362 CHIROPRACTORS Agape Chiropractic Healing Center PO Box 1219, North Bend, WA 98045 Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Fitness PO Box 2630, North Bend, WA 98045 Dr. Matthew Mille D.C. (425) 888-3600 Optimal Health Chiro 7726 Center Blvd SE, Suite 125, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@snoqualmiechiropractors.com Jason Green (425) 396-0613 Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic 8026 Douglas Ave SE, Suite 102, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Dr. Benjamin Britt Lichtenwalter (425) 396-5570 CITY GOVERNMENTS City of North Bend PO Box 896, North Bend, WA 98045 Duncan Wilson (425) 888-1211 City of Snoqualmie PO Box 987, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 blarson@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Bob Larson (425) 888-1555 Snoqualmie Police Department 34825 SE Douglas St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 smcculley@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333

CLEANING SERVICES Cleaning Authority, The 125 E North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 tca.eastside@gmail.com Paul & Stephanie McMahon (425) 292-9643

COMPUTER REPAIRS Fast Frog Computer 1405 SW 13th Pl., North Bend, WA 98045 Steven Schuler (425) 941-2439

Ductz of Redmond 2647 151st PL NE, Redmond, WA 98052 terry.hill@ductz.com (425) 298-0526

PC Bennett Solutions, LLC PO Box 184, North Bend, WA 98045 http://www.pcbennettconsulting.com/contact/ (425) 831-7924

Northwest Premium Services 7829 Center Blvd SE, St 166, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 louisewall@comcast.net Louise Wall (206) 240-0189

PC Recycle and Repair 19916 Old Owen Road, #121, Monroe, WA 98272 jeff@pcrecycle.net Jeff Norton, Tamara Norton (425) 292-3107

Valley Professional Cleaning Service North Bend, WA 98045 brian@valleyprofessionalcleaningservice.com Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387

CONSTRUCTION G.A. Scalzo, Inc. PO Box 2018, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 gerrys@thescalzogroup.com Gerry Scalzo (425) 466-7660

COFFEE The BindleStick 7822 Douglas Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259 Pioneer Coffee 202 W. North Bend Way Suite D, North Bend, WA 98045 deannalee@pioneercoffeeco.com DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727 SnoValley Coffee Co. 7811 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 snovalleycoffee@live.com Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AtWork! 1935 152nd Pl. N.E., Bellevue, WA 98007 lisal@atworkwa.org Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 Si View Metro Parks 400 SE Orchard Drive, North Bend, WA 98045 info@siviewpark.org Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900 Snoqualmie Valley YMCA 35018 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 David Mayer Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Assoc. PO Box 370, Carnation, WA 98014-0370

Gordon Construction PO Box 429, Fall City, WA 98024 Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 John Day Homes, Inc. P.O. Box 2930, North Bend, WA 98045 Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 Hallamore Homes Inc 43504 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 hallamorehomes@gmail.com Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 CONSULTANTS 180 Consulting 9757 NE Juanita Dr #100, Kirkland, WA 98034 info@180-consulting.com (425) 814-2537 The Entrepreneur’s Source 23120 SE Black Nugget RD, Apt A-1, Issaquah, WA 98029 wbarker@ESourceCoach.com Wes Barker (425) 657-0339 Fletcher Consulting Emergency Preparedness 7749 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 fuzzy653@comcast.net Fuzzy Fletcher (206) 390-4136 Key Business Solutions 920 Snoqualmie Pl., North Bend, WA 98045 curt@kbsseattle.com Curt LeMaster (425) 292-9594

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Tracks through time Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic excursions and family memories

Mary Miller Photo

Cyclists cruise the streets of North Bend in the annual University of Washington Cycling Teamhosted criterion. North Bend hosts a number of sports-oriented events yearly.


The outdoors is calling

lan a day trip or family excursion in the Valley—you’re sure to find amazing sights and experiences in our Great Outdoors. There’s plenty to do, from hiking Mount Si and exploring Meadowbrook Farm, to fishing for steelhead or kayaking at Rattlesnake Lake or the Middle Fork. Your options include:

Hiking, biking, horse riding Nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, the communities of Fall City, Preston, North Bend, Snoqualmie, and the Summit at Snoqualmie share some of the richest geographic areas in the Northwest. Detailed information about many local hikes is available through the Washington Trails Association at www.wta.org or the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust at mtsgreenway.org. Additional information about general recreation opportunities is available at www.snovalley.org.

Mount Si Mount Si offers a challenging 8-mile round trip hike with 3,800 feet of elevation gain with a spectacular view of the Valley, Mount Rainier and Olympics. Little Si is a moderate five-mile round trip hike that provides great views of the Valley. Twin Falls is a beautiful three-mile round trip hike with 1000 feet of elevation gain. The trail offers a charm-ing footbridge and two waterfalls, and it connects with the Iron Horse Trail. Cedar Butte is a three-mile hike with 900 feet of elevation gain and views across North Bend to Mount Si. The trail also connects with the John Wayne Trail.

Rattlesnake Ledge is four-mile hike with an elevation gain of 1,100 feet. This local favorite offers spectacular views of the Valley and beyond (weather permitting) and the trailhead is located at picturesque Rattlesnake Lake. John Wayne Trail is a 108-mile trail that stretches from Rattlesnake Lake in North Bend all the way to the Columbia River. It’s suitable for hiking and biking, and most parts are suitable for towing trailers with children in them. Snoqualmie Valley Trail is a 31-mile gravel trail that winds through the entire Valley and connects with many other trails along the way. The trail can be accessed at points in Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie.

Golfing The Snoqualmie Valley is home to four beautiful public golf courses, as well as a Jack Nicklaus-designed private course located on Snoqualmie Ridge. Golfers of all levels enjoy magnificent views of Mount Si and the Cascade Mountain foothills while strolling the lush fairways threaded through open lowlands. Visit www.snovalley.org for more information about specific courses.

Fishing Some of the finest trout, whitefish and steelhead in the world are available in the waters of the Snoqualmie Valley region. The Snoqualmie River and tributaries like Tokul Creek, Tolt and Raging Rivers are a steel header’s dream come true. There are drift boat launches in three locations and plenty of space for bank angling. Check out www. snovalley.org for detailed information.

All aboard! Visit the Northwest Railway Museum for a unique living history experience that has been a part of western Washington since 1957. Visitors to the Northwest Railway Museum can catch a train to another time, where they experience how railroads influenced settlement and everyday life in Washington State. They explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot while following in the footsteps of more than one million travelers who have passed through its doors since 1890. They also experience travel before the age of Interstate highways while seeing, riding and feeling the excitement of a working railroad with all of its bells and whistles. Regular trains operate weekends beginning in April and run through October 19. For visitors that want more, join the museum on Saturdays from May through October for a docent-led tour of the new Train Shed exhibit building, this year featuring the 1898built railway Chapel Car 5 “Messenger of Peace,” a caboose built at a sawmill during the height of World War II, and a massive locomotive used by Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. to log the forests near Mount Rainier. Returning to the present, visitors have a multitude of opportunities for fun at the museum’s special events: Day Out With Thomas™, Mother’s, Father’s and Grandparent’s Day weekends, Snoqualmie Railroad Days Festival, Halloween Train and Santa Train. The museum has been developing facilities for more than ten years and this year is beginning construction of a library and archives facility adjacent to the exhibit building. This continuing phase in the development of the Railway History Center will also feature expansive public restrooms and a classroom. This new space will support space to preserve and access historical documents, books and photographs, and will provide a reading room for public access to this collection of non-circulating materials. Although, the Northwest Railway Museum allows visitors an out-of-the-ordinary way to “time travel,” a stopover in 2014 promises an event-filled and fun experience for all ages. Learn more about the Northwest Railway Museum at www. trainmuseum.org.

18 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS 7726 Center Blvd, Suite 200, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896

Leadership for Overachievers 10621 SE 30th St, Bellevue, WA 98004 joe@leadershipforoverachievers.com Joe Reilly (425) 281-0575

Raven Mosaix LLC Snoqualmie, WA 98065 slalomka13@hotmail.com Jano Vrana (425) 985-6517

NyeCo, Inc. 1370 LaForest Dr SE, North Bend, WA 98045 David Nye (425) 831-3444

COUNSELING David Paul Eck M.A. 46302 SE Mount Si Road, North Bend, WA 98045 David Eck (425) 888-2882

Pacific Crest Environmental, LLC PO Box 952, North Bend, WA 98045 Lauren Carroll (425) 888-4994 Performance Rules ! 4308 243rd Ave SE, Issaquah, WA 98027 Ross Bentley (425) 283-7482 ProVision Coaching, Inc. 12503 Bel-Red Rd, Ste 201, Bellevue, WA 98005 doug@provisioncoaching.com Doug Christy (425) 516-7478 CONTRACTORS JE Cumming Corporations 8102 Bracken Pl SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 jcumming@jecumming.com Jim Cumming (425) 292-0610

CREDIT UNIONS Sno Falls Credit Union PO Box 1978, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 lindal@snofalls.com Linda Larion (425) 831-3171

Rivertree Dental Center PO Box 453, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Brian E Mayer DDS (425) 888-2703 DEVELOPERS Admiral Enterprises, Inc. 2001 E Lk Sammamish Pkwy SE, Sammamish, WA 98075 Voyislav Kokeza (425) 837-1937 McClellan Building Operating Company PO Box 853, North Bend, WA 98045 Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135

DENTISTS James L. Browning DDS PLLC PO Box 488, North Bend, WA 98045 James L. Browning, DDS (425) 888-2290

DISTRIBUTORS Nintendo of America Inc. 1229 NW 8th St, North Bend, WA 98045 Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403

Kelly R. Garwood, DDS 421 Main Ave. S., North Bend, WA 98045 garwood.dental@gmail.com Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867

ELECTRICIANS Snoqualmie Valley Electric 34446 NE 116th, Carnation, WA 98014 snovalleyelec@frontier.com Mark Stevens (425) 788-5887

Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC 37624 SE Fury St,, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230

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2014 Community Guide and Directory | 19 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Symbol Enterprises- Emergency Pac 7319 Lake Alice Rd SE, Fall City, WA 98024 Paula Spence (425) 466-1218

Perteet, Inc. 38579 SE River Street, Suite 1, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 rahmik@perteet.com Rahmi Kutsal, P.E. (425) 888-5825

ENGINEERING DN Traffic Consultants 8316 309th Ave SE, Preston, WA 98050 info@dntrafficconsultants.com Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790

South Fork Geosciences PO Box 1275, North Bend, WA 98045 CPESC Andrew Glandon, LEG (425) 831-2023

Just B Art and Design 47212 SE 129th St., North Bend, WA 98045 Erica L. Becker (425) 260-0282 Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center 46820 SE Mt Si Road, North Bend, WA 98045 info@rainbowlodge.org Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 White Board, The 317 NW Gilman Village #29, Issaquah, WA 98027 audreys@meadowcreekbc.com Audrey Slade (425) 557-3663

EVENT FACILITIES Cassie Renae Events


401 Thrasher Ave NE

Solutions for the Challenges of Today’s Transportation Needs

Transportation Planning • Traffic Studies Traffic Operations • Signal and Roadway Design Policy, Programming and Funding • Public Presentation


Gary A. Norris, P.E., P.T.O.E.,Lead Engineer 425-765-5721 P.O. Box 547 Preston, WA 98050-0547

Dariel Norris, Administrator 206-817-1790


Encompass Engineering & Surveying 165 NE Juniper St., Suite 201, Issaquah, WA 98027 SVCCinfo@encompasses.net Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250

SubTerra, Inc. PO Box 520, North Bend, WA 98045 Chris Breeds

North Bend, WA 98045 cassierenaeevents@gmail.com (206) 384-5853

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Snoqualmie Valley Schools: Places for robust learning By Joel Aune Snoqualmie Valley Schools Superintendent

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Volunteers with Fall City Food Pantry fight hunger from a Methodist church basement.

Help, when you need it


ometimes, neighbors need help making ends meet or dealing with emergencies. Several organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley are ready to help.

Hopelink Hopelink’s Sno-Valley Center in Carnation is one of the nonprofit agency’s five emergency services centers in east and north King County. Through 35 different programs, Hopelink helps homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities meet their needs for food, shelter, family development and stabilization, transportation and adult literacy skills. The Hopelink approach is to promote self-sufficiency in a way that creates lasting personal and community change. The emergency services center in Carnation serves the area north of I-90 and stretches east through Skykomish, providing financial assistance and food to about 150 families a month. In addition to the food bank, Hopelink programs at the Sno-Valley Center include eviction assistance, move-in help, prescription and gas vouchers, bus tickets, a clothing bank, energy assistance and adult education programs – including GED preparation and ESL tutoring. Free help through the WithinReach Bridge to Basics program is available monthly. Hopelink is located at 31957 E. Commercial St., Carnation.

Fall City Food Pantry The Fall City Community Food Pantry is a nonprofit community program of the Fall City United Methodist Church and is open to anyone in need of grocery assistance. It was established in 2007 for the purpose of fighting hunger in the community. The Food Pantry exists to provide food and oth-

er household items to individuals and families who find themselves in need and reside within the Snoqualmie Valley and surrounding areas without prejudice or promotion of any faith. The operations of the Fall City Food Pantry are sustained by the support of the Snoqualmie Valley community through local donors, farmers and food drives sponsored by our schools, Scout troops, firefighters, the U.S. Postal Service “Stamp Out Hunger Day,” golf teams, faith-based groups and numerous others. Particularly endearing are the donations made by children who ask their friends to bring food instead of presents to their birthday parties or who want to share the contents of their piggy banks. For more information or to make a contribution, visit www.fallcityfoodpantry.org or friend them on Facebook.

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is an all-inclusive food bank serving clients from Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City and Preston, organized and run by a group of dedicated, responsible and energetic citizens.The mission is to provide food and resources to our Snoqualmie Valley neighbors in need. The vision is to lead the effort to feed, educate and advocate ending hunger in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is connected to other services to help with food emergencies, senior care services, addiction services, as well as social services referrals, plus it offers many volunteer opportunities. The food bank serves clients from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. To receive food, the head of household must show a photo ID, plus proof of residence (utility bill), and some form of ID for each family member listed, such as student ASB card, immunization records. Staff do not ask questions on income or status. The food bank is located at 122 E. Third St., North Bend. Contact the food bank at (425)-888-SVFB (7832) or by mail at PO Box 1541, North Bend, WA, 98045; online at snoqualmievalleyfoodbank.org or visit them on Facebook.

Greetings from the Snoqualmie Valley Schools! We are proud of our schools and committed to making them the best. Our primary focus is to ensure high levels of learning for every student in order to prepare them for college, 21st century careers, and citizenship. In partnership with families and the community, our district is striving to provide high-quality educational opportunities, academic rigor and student support services in a positive and safe school environment. Several key initiatives have begun, aimed at improving our schools: Last fall, the Freshman Campus was launched at Mount Si High School. This new configuration is yielding positive results for students on both campuses, and we are optimistic about the long-term impact this will have on our high school students. We are currently engaged in a concerted effort to expand educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering and JOEL AUNE Snoqualmie Valley mathematics (STEM), while implementing technology upgrades and training that School District will benefit students and build capacity Superintendent in our staff. Our district is further investing in teachers, as a new system for teacher and principal evaluation is now being implemented. This system will support and encourage the continued growth and development of our staff so they are able to serve students and maximize their learning potential. In recent months, an in-depth process of facilities planning has been underway as we consider future growth and look to further improve our educational program in the years to come. A new strategic plan has been created. The plan defines the vision and future direction of the district, as we continue to pursue excellence. Snoqualmie Valley voters recently approved two levies for funding to sustain day-to-day school operations, student programs, and technology for the next four years.  We are grateful to this community for its tremendous support of our schools. The district and its schools rank among the best by many measures. In recent years our schools, staff and students have received numerous awards, and garnered recognition at the state and national levels. We are committed to building upon these successes, and are constantly seeking out opportunities to raise student learning in our schools to even higher levels.  Snoqualmie Valley public schools serve approximately 6,300 students from preschool through grade 12 in nine schools, the Mount Si Online Learning Program, and the Parent Partnership Program, for families who prefer to school their children at home. Our district employs approximately 630 dedicated staff members. Each day, our outstanding teachers work to engage students with high-quality instruction, while support staff provide assistance to the educational process and ensure a safe and secure learning environment for our students. We invite you to visit our schools and see for yourself the great things happening in our classrooms.

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Calendar: Spring and summer 2014 Si View: Your best backyard Si View Community Center, Park and Pool are located in the heart of North Bend on Orchard Drive, minutes off I-90’s exit 31. With a spectacular view of Mount Si, the park offers a centrally located gathering place with a historic community center featuring a gymnasium, classrooms, and an indoor pool. The recently renovated park grounds boast two playgrounds, picnic areas, a paved walking trail, basketball court, restrooms and multi-use sports fields. With more than 300 programs a year, Si View Community Center offers something for everyone from the young to the old, from sports to the arts. All programs are open to residents and visitors alike. The park is also the host of many seasonal local favorites including the North Bend Farmers Market & Summer Concerts, Festival at Mount Si, Theater in the Park, Haunted House and the Si View Holiday Bazaar. Si View has strong roots in the community. The facility was built in 1938, during the Great Depression. Throughout the years, it has served as the heart of the community. Now, the park district is serving more people than ever and continually strives to meet the needs of a growing Valley. The Farmers Market & Summer Concert Series kicks off on June 12 and runs weekly on Thursday evenings from 4 to 8 p.m. until September 11. The market promotes healthy living and a greater sense of community, provides farmers and artists an outlet to sell their products and encourages local business development. The vendor mix includes farmers of fresh produce, local specialties, prepared foods and a variety of unique hand-crafted items. Summer concerts start at 6 p.m. with plenty of space to dance on the lawn. Bring along a picnic blanket for this summer time favorite. Visit www.siviewpark.org or call (425) 831-1900 for more information about Si View Metro Parks programs.

Train excursions

Fall City’s big festival

TRAIN RIDES: Train excursion season begins Saturday, April 5 at Northwest Railway Museum, and run through October. Get tickets at www.trainmuseum.org or call (425) 888-3030 for dates.

FALL CITY DAYS: Fall City starts the summer with its big festival, Fall City Days, Saturday, June 14, including a morning fun run and parade, hoops tournament, rubber Duck Derby, watermeloneating contest, live music and more. One thing that makes this event special is the community’s focus on the arts. Look for unusual mobile sculptures, performers and installations, and a sidewalk chalk extravaganza. Also keep an eye out for the local veterinarian crew’s dancing parade entry. Visit www.fallcity.org/fallcity_days.html.

Easter fun EASTER EGG HUNTS: Valley organizations including the Moose Club, Snoqualmie Parks Department and Ridge Owner’s Association host fast-paced egg hunts for children, Saturday, April 19. Check out www.snovalley.org for activities in North Bend and on Snoqualmie Ridge. DOWNTOWN’S HOPPING: Historic Downtown Snoqualmie merchants host family Easter activities on Easter weekend, with goodies for little ones. Learn more at www.ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

Blues Walk

Dad’s train ride FATHERS RIDE FREE: Celebrate the dads in your life by taking them on a train ride at the Northwest Railway Museum, June 14 and 15. Fathers ride free with a paying child of any age. Get tickets at www.trainmuseum.org.

NORTH BEND BLUES WALK: Sixteen venues in downtown North Bend host blues musicians, both legends and up-and-comers on Saturday, April 26. Participants include The Pour House, Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge, Pioneer Coffee, Birches Habitat, Emerald City Smoothie, North Bend Theatre, Twede’s Cafe, EuroLounge, George’s Bakery, Valley Center Stage, Boxley’s, Chaplin’s, Chang Thai & Pho, Mount Si Art Supply, Office & Printing, Replicator Graphics and Scott’s Dairy Freeze. Learn more at northbendblueswalk.com.

Funny thing at the forum LIVE THEATER: “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” is onstage at Valley Center Stage, May 1 to 17. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Get tickets at www.valleycenterstage.org.

Train Rides MOTHER’S DAY TRAIN RIDES: Moms ride free at Northwest Railway Museum’s historic train excursions through Snoqualmie, North Bend and Snoqualmie Falls during Mother’s Day Weekend, May 10 and 11. Get tickets at www.trainmuseum.org or call (425) 888-3030 for dates and times. MEMORIAL DAY TRAIN RIDES: The Northwest Railway Museum salutes America’s military with special military fares and weekday train runs in tribute to America’s service men and women, May 25 to 26; Tickets at www.trainmuseum.org.

Farmer’s Market opens FRESH PRODUCE, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concert Series are on Thursdays, June 12 to Sept. 11 at Si View Park. The market is open 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Live music at 6 p.m.; www.siview.park.org.

William Shaw/Record Photo

A young parade rider shows her spirit in the kids’ portion of the Carnation Fourth of July parade.

Happy birthday, USA FOURTH OF JULY: Celebrate America’s birthday, Carnation style, Friday, July 4, with a hometown parade, a Hot Rods & Harleys expo, fun run and walk, and the Sno-Valley Senior Center’s famous ‘Strawberry Shortcake Feast.’ Spend the afternoon picnicing riverside and listen to live music leading up to the community fireworks show. To learn more, visit www.carnation4th.org.

Thomas the tank visits DAY OUT WITH THOMAS: Young children thrill to a visit from Thomas the Tank Engine at Northwest Railway Museum’s Snoqualmie Depot, July 10 to 13 and 18 to 20. Thomas and his popular storybook character friends host. Get tickets at www.trainmuseum.org. SEE MORE EVENTS ON PAGE 22

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Calendar: Summer and fall 2014

Relay for Life of Snoqualmie Valley CANCER FIGHT: Relay for Life of Snoqualmie Valley, Saturday and Sunday, July 12 and 13, is a community celebration and remembrance that fights cancer, happening overnight at North Bend’s Torguson Park. March and party to help the American Cancer Society find a cure. Sign up at snovalleyrelay.org.

Block party, Tour de peaks, BLOCK PARTY: North Bend’s Block Party returns Saturday, July 19, all afternoon and evening in downtown North Bend. Businesses and vendors showcase their wares with booths and fun activities. Two different stages playing host to a bevy of local bands including Spike and the Impalers and Heart to Heart, singers, dancers and acts, and streets are filled with the unprecedented talents of our community. BIKE RIDE: Tour de Peaks Bike Ride brings three fully supported cycling rides through the Valley, July 19. Sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Tour de Peaks includes 100, 50 and 25-mile courses. Visit www.tourdepeaks. org to sign up.

Outdoor theater at Si View THEATER IN THE PARK: Come experience live outdoor theater Saturday, July 26, at the Si View Park picnic shelter. Valley Center Stage will present Paul Sills’ Story Theatre, a play with music, adapted from the Grimm’s Brothers fairy tales. The interactive play is suitable for all ages and admission is free. Bring a picnic blanket or a lawn chair and come experience a memorable afternoon enjoying the arts in the park. In the event of inclement weather, show will be moved indoors to the Si View gymnasium; Visit www.siviewpark.org.

Twin Peaks Fest Twin Peaks Film Festival: Celebrate “Twin Peaks,” the American television serial drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, at the Twin Peaks Film Festival, August 1 to 3. The series was filmed primarily in North Bend and Snoqualmie; www.twinpeaksfest.com.

North Bend’s big party FESTIVAL AT MOUNT SI: The Festival at Mount Si, Aug. 8 to 10, honors the community spirit of North Bend as it preserves the past, celebrates the present, and embraces our future. For more information and a full list of the events, visit www.festivalatmtsi.org.

Railroad Days, paint out SNOQUALMIE RAILROAD DAYS: More than seven decades of local tradition and railroad heritage are behind Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days, Aug. 15 to 17, a weekend of fun that includes parades, rail history demonstrations, live music and family entertainment. Visitors can shop and eat at downtown vendors and ride a train. To learn more, visit www.trainmuseum.org PLEIN AIR PAINT OUT: Painters take their easels into the open air at the annual Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out., Saturday, Aug. 16. Visitors can watch artists at work, buy art and explore local scenery; Visit www.ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

Boeing Classic BOEING CLASSIC CHAMPIONS TOUR: Top pro golfers on the PGA Champions Tour compete for a $2 million purse at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, August 18 to 24. Get tickets at www.boeingclassic.com.

Adventure sport fest, NORTH BEND ADVENTURE SPORT FESTIVAL AND NORTH BEND TRAVERSE: The Adventure Sport Festival, Saturday, Sept. 6, brings the outdoor recreation thrills from surrounding mountains and rivers to North Bend Way.

Climb a mini-mountain, careen through the streets on a zip line and race through the streets with your team in the North Bend Traverse.

Grandparents ride the train GRANDPARENTS GRAND EXCURSION: Grandparents ride free on the Northwest Railway Museum train Sept. 6 and 7 when accompanied by a paying grandchild – of any age! Listen to the stories and share the memories of your family members. Enjoy a day together and experience the scenic beauty of the Cascade foothills aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad.

Jazz Walk in North Bend NORTH BEND JAZZ WALK: Downtown North Bend venues host jazz legends and local talent in a festival that spans three city blocks in the North Bend Jazz Walk, Saturday, Sept. 13. Visit www.northbendjazzwalk.com to plan your night of jazz and local color.

Spooky fun for families HAUNTED HOUSE: Very spooky fun for older children and adults at Si View Community Center in North Bend, Saturday, Oct. 25. Visit www.siviewpark.org for details. NIGHT ON A DARK TRAIL: Spooky, entertaining Halloweek trail walk Oct. 24 and 25 at Snoqualmie Ridge is for youth, teens and adults. Visit www.nightonadarktrail.weebly.com for more information. HALLOWEEN TRAIN: Family-friendly Spook Train runs Oct. 25 and 26 between North Bend and Snoqualmie. For tickets, visit www.trainmuseum.org.

North Bend Theatre events NORTH BEND MOUNTAIN FILM SERIES: Starting in early October, North Bend Theatre, downtown North Bend, shows films from its annual Mountain outdoor series each Sunday afternoon, through December. Visit http:// northbendtheatre.com/ for a full schedule. BANFF FILM FESTIVAL: North Bend Theatre will again host the Banff Film Festival, December 3, 4, and 5, a world renowned festival boasting the best mountain and outdoor recreation oriented films in the world. For details, visit www.northbendtheatre.com. AMATEUR FILMS: North Bend Amateur Outdoor Film Challenge returns to North Bend Theatre Saturday, Dec. 6. Amateur films explore the Valley and the great outdoors, with the winner shown on the big screen, in coordination with the annual Holiday Tree Lighting in downtown North Bend. For more information visit www.northbendtheatre.com/mountainfilmseries or www. northbendwa.gov.

Christmas events SANTA TRAIN: Traditional family holiday train ride runs between North Bend and Snoqualmie, Nov 29-30, Dec 6-7, 13-14, 19-20. Call (425) 888-330 or www.trainmuseum.org. CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTINGS: Community Christmas celebrations happen in Fall City and Snoqualmie on the first Saturday in December, and in North Bend on the second Saturday of the month. NORTH BEND TREE LIGHTING FESTIVAL: .Join Santa, Frosty and the Nutcracker in downtown North Bend, Saturday, Dec. 6 for an evening full of family holiday spirit and community togetherness. SI VIEW HOLIDAY BAZAAR: Buy holiday gifts and enjoy a full day of entertainment by local young talent, Saturday, Dec. 6 The bazaar features nearly 40 vendors with exquisite hand-crafted goods, carolers, and performances by local youth choirs and the Si View dance program. Brighten the holidays for a local child with the Kiwanis Giving Tree on site.

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Arts and culture come to life


Arts organizations and live theaters showcase local talent

noqualmie Valley communities may be modest in size, but our local arts culture is alive and thriving. Theater troupes and artist organizations promote the finest in creative talent.

Take Center Stage Valley Center Stage, North Bend’s live theater, was founded in 2004 by Artistic Director Gary Schwartz. Valley Center Stage’s mission is three-fold: To present quality productions and entertainment; to offer the joys of live theater to local residents with opportunities to participate from both sides of the stage, as audience and volunteers. Its founding mission is to promote the work of theater educator, Viola Spolin whose teachings make theater accessible to everyone. In its 10th year presenting music, comedy, variety and theater, Valley Center Stage also produces events for many well-known local, regional and national entertainers throughout the year. Valley Center Stage is located at 119 North Bend Way, North Bend (on the second floor of the Mason Lodge) and is handicapped accessible. Visit the website at www.valleycenterstage.org for more information or to sign up for a show mailing list.

Theater in the woods Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater is a truly unique symbiosis between nature and musical theater. The outdoor family-oriented Puppet performers take the stage in Valley Center Stage's past production of "Pinocchio." theater venue is surrounded by 95 undeveloped acres of woods, Center Stage puts on a variety of shows for all meadows and streams, with a picturesque view of Snoqualmie Falls within a five-minute walk of the parking area. The land provides the ages, year-round. setting and support for theater productions, while the shows provide funding for stewardship and maintenance of the land, providing a refuge for wildlife displaced by urban development, as well as providing outdoor recreational opportunities for members and guests. Since the original plays in the 1960s, minimalistic sets and performances have evolved into professional level musical productions. With Washington State University Cooperative Extension, the Forest Theater successfully restored two salmon spawning locations. Forest Theater also hosts a yearly Easter egg hunt, and a holiday wreath-making event that allows guests to build wreaths from our forest bounty. They also partner with Scout troops on Eagle projects, and provide outdoor, camping, and community service opportunities for other youth groups. Over half of current members originally joined because of exclusive hiking, fly fishing, and camping opportunities. You can find more information on our website at www.foresttheater.org. Carol Ladwig/Record Photo

Your local libraries The King County Library System (KCLS) operates three libraries in the Snoqualmie Valley that serve the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City. Each library features collections of books, magazines, movies, music and instant access to downloadable e-books. Programming for all ages is offered in the libraries and at various community venues including the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, Si View Park and Valley Center Stage. Functioning as activity centers for their communities, the libraries also offer public meeting room space and computer access. More information may be found at www.kcls.org. Fall City Library 33415 SE 42nd Place, Fall City; (425) 222-5951 The Fall City Library is served by bus routes 208 and 209. Open hours: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. North Bend Library 115 E . Fourth Street, North Bend; (425) 888-0554 From I-90, take Exit 31 for North Bend. Turn left onto Bendigo Boulevard. After four stop lights, turn right onto East Fourth St. In two blocks, the library is on the right. The North Bend Library is served by bus routes 209, 214 and 929. Open hours: Monday throughThursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fall City Arts Fall City Arts is a Lower Valley non-profit that creates culture, art and performance to enliven this King County community. Its mission is to encourage awareness, appreciation, and exploration of the diverse visual and performing arts. In May, the group hosts the Snoqualmie River Arts Tour. In June, they bring a host of performers and artists to Fall City Days. Every July, they co-sponsor Shakespeare in the Park, bringing two performances to Fall City Park. Every September, the group produces the Snoqualmie River Fish Festival, an arts event that helps keep the river clean. Finally, in December, the group holds a Christmas tree Lighting at the downtown Art Park, an arts-filled destination at the corner of SR 202 and 335th Place, across from Quigley Park. Fall City Arts is creating projects this year that are aimed towards beautifying the community, and will be reaching out to artists, families and individuals that are interested in giving the Art Park some attention and creating additional public gathering spaces that counteract ugly graffiti with public art. Learn more at www.fallcityarts.com.

Guild of creators The Mount Si Artist Guild is a gathering of local artist in the Snoqualmie Valley. The guild fosters and promote the visual fine arts through encouragement, education and events. The guild participates in community-initiated as well as guild-sponsored events, creating opportunities for artists to show their work and interact with the community. You can contact Mt. Si Artist Guild at P.O. Box 1838, North Bend, WA 98045, visit www.mtsiartistguild.org or send e-mail to artist@mtsiartistguild.org.

Snoqualmie Library 7824 Center Boulevard S.E., Snoqualmie; (425) 888-1223 From I-90, take Exit 25 for Snoqualmie Pkwy/WA-18. Turn onto WA-18, which becomes Snoqualmie Pkwy. Then turn left onto Center Boulevard. The library is at the corner of Snoqualmie Parkway and Center Boulevard. Turn right at Taco del Mar to access the library’s parking lot. Open hours: Monday though Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Snoqualmie Valley Places of Interest SNOQUALMIE • WA


1 Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge & Spa, 6501 Railroad Ave SE 2 Snoqualmie Casino, 37500 SE North Bend Way 3 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber Visitor's Center, 38767 SE River St 4 Northwest Railway Museum, 38625 SE King Street 5 Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE 6 Mount Si Golf Course, 9010 Boalch Ave SE


7 TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, 36005 Se Ridge St 8 Snoqualmie Y and Community Center, 35018 SE Ridge St 9 Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St


10 Snoqualmie City Hall, 38624 SE River St 11 Snoqualmie Valley School District Office, 8001 Silva Ave SE 12 Snoqualmie Library, 38580 SE River St


NORTH BEND • WA 13 North Bend Premium Outlets, 461 South Fork Ave SW 14 North Bend Theatre, 125 Bendigo Blvd N 15 Valley Center Stage, 119 W North Bend Way 16 Si View Community Center, 400 SE Orchard Dr 17 Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, 320 Bendigo Blvd S 18 North Bend City Hall, 211 Main Avenue N 19 Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, 126 E 3rd St 20 Mount Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave S

FALL CITY • WA 21 Fall City Library, 33415 Se 42nd Pl 22 Fall City Park, 4099 Fall City Carnation Rd SE 23 Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, 36800 SE David Powell Rd 24 Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course, 35109 SE Fish Hatchery Rd 25 Twin Rivers Golf Course, 4446 Preston Fall City Rd SE 26 Fall City Food Pantry, 4326 337th Pl SE Map courtesy of Google Map


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26 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce EYE CARE Snoqualmie Falls Ophthalmology 37624 SE Fury Street, Suite 220, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Rebecca Dale, MD Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates 126 E. 2nd St, North Bend, WA 98045-0409 info@see20-20.com OD Brian Duvall, OD/Jennifer (425) 831-2020

FOUNDATIONS Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 erick@snoqualmiehospital.org Eric Kaltenbacher (425) 831-3325

Weaver Financial 401 Ballarat Ave, Suite 103, North Bend, WA 98045 Steve Weaver, Partner (425) 292-3295 FIREARMS Bigg Dogg Firearms 280 4th PL SE, Issaquah, WA 98027 michael@biggdoggfirearms.com Michael Marinos (206) 390-7555

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation PO Box 724, Fall City, WA 98024 President Carmen Villanueva

FITNESS CENTER Mt Si Sports + Fitness 1546 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045 bcockman@mtsisports.com Ben Cockman (425)-831-7782

FUNERAL SERVICES Snoqualmie Valley Funeral Chapel 1202 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045 richard.bliss@dignitymemorial.com Richard Bliss (425) 888-2700

FINANCIAL PLANNING Edward Jones P.O. Box 906, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 colin.barber@edwardjones.com Colin Barber (425) 831-5026

FLORISTS Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts 8096 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 downtoearth@centurytel.net Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772

GIFTS Birches Habitat 202 W North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 bircheshabitat@gmail.com Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390

Edward Jones 7329 Better Way SE A105, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 carlos.deimus@edwardjones.com Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068

FORESTRY US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger District 42404 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 Martie Schramm (425)-888-1421 ext 230

GLASS All Service Glass 255 N.E. Juniper St., Issaquah, WA 98027 info@allserviceglass.com Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122


FARMS Bybee Farms 42930 SE 92nd St., North Bend, WA 98045 Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745

An Independent Agency Doug Carr Senior Agent

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GOLF Mount Si Golf Course PO Box 2020, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Brandon Proudfoot 425-391-4926 /425-888-1541 Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course PO Box 790, Fall City, WA 98024 John Groshell (425) 222-5244 TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club 36005 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Kipp Johnson, Lainie Colburn, Event Facilities GOVERNMENT Fire District #38 PO Box 44, North Bend, WA 98045 Chris Dahli Ron Pedee, Steve Parsons (425) 888-1555

GROCERY STORES QFC Grocery Store PO Box 329, North Bend, WA 98045 Bill Weller (425) 888-1682

North Bend Crossfit 12420 412th Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045 grahamec@gmail.com Grahame Clark (425) 442-2860

The Ridge IGA Supermarket 7730 Center Blvd. SE, Suite A, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Tyler Myers, Charlie McKissick (425) 396-1340

Real Food Cookery 36221 SE 25th Street, Fall City, WA 98024 info@realfoodcookery.com Tina Guadan Fogall (206)-650-6305

HARDWARE Carmichael’s True Value Hardware PO Box 2000, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107

Smart Snacks 2 Go 6767 Cascade Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 therussells2005@yahoo.com Ken Russell (913) 708-0933

North Bend Ace Hardware PO Box 369, North Bend, WA 98045 Gordon Gaub/ Anderson (425) 888-1242 HEALTH & WELLNESS Advocare 36317 SE Woody Creek Lane, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 okulitchk@gmail.com Katie Tracy (503) 459-1450

King County Council District 3 516 3rd Ave, Rm 1200, Seattle, WA 98104 Councilmember Kathy Lambert (206) 296-1003 Snoqualmie Tribe 8130 RailroadAve., Suite 103, Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Get Fit with Jen mobile/in-home personal training getfitwithjen@outlook.com Jennifer Sala (425)-443-2796

Hardware North Bend Ace Hardware

Take Shape for Life/Three Hour Fast 27834 NE 149th Ct, Duvall, WA 98019 threehourfast@hotmail.com Mary Lou Dreher (203) 545-1964 HEALTH CARE Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic PO Box 2810, North Bend, WA 98045 Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 Overlake Hospital Medical Center 1035 116th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605

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28 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Snoqualmie Valley Hospital 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 rodgerm@snoqualmiehospital.org Rodger McCollum (425) 831-3404 Swedish Medical Center/Issaquah Campus 751 N.E. Blakely Dr., Issaquah, WA 98027 Natalie Kozimor Verity Care, LLC PO Box 1976, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 veritycare@centurylink.net Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS Snoqualmie Ridge ROA 7713 Center Blvd. SE Suite 100, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@ridgeroa.com (425) 396-5430 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS Sue Beauvais 32933 NE 195th St, Duvall, WA 98019 susan.beauvais@comcast.net (425) 890-2038 Beth Burrows North Bend, WA 98045 (425) 831-6323 Steve Goldberg North Bend, WA 98045 Susan Hankins North Bend, WA 98045 (425) 888-4410 Carol Lawrence PO Box 333, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Gloria McNeely, PO Box 302, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Robert Orton Gig Harbor, WA 98332 robert183@comcast.net (253) 857-6004 Jay Rodne, State Representative PO Box 2848, Issaquah, WA 98027 Carolyn Simpson 34802 SE Garden Ct., Snoqualmie, WA 98065 simpsoncgs@yahoo.com (425) 890-2239

Carol Waters carolwaters@comcast.net (425) 396-1940 INSURANCE Baker Insurance Group PO BOX 1956, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@bakerig.com Theresa Baker (425) 292-0004 Carriage Insurance Agency 301 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend, WA 98045 Doug Carr (425) 888-5066 CLG Employer Resources LLC 209 Main Ave S, Suite 100, North Bend, WA 98045 Holly Hahn (425) 381-4141 Farmers Insurance Agency PO Box 1074, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Elizabeth Gildersleeve Hauglie Insurance Agency PO Box 5, Fall City, WA 98024 Kevin & Laurie Hauglie (425) 788-9176 Mumma Associates Insurance 11811 NE 1st, # 307, Bellevue, WA 98005 Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406 Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency 8224 Railroad Ave SE, Suite B, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027 SR Benefits Consulting 37106 SE Gala Court, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 srackets-ins@comcast.net Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 State Farm Insurance PO Box 1210, North Bend, WA 98045 Ken Rustad We Speak Medicare 27585 SE 31st PL, Sammamish, WA 98075 maria@wespeakmedicare.org Maria Myers (206) 963-3459 IT SOLUTIONS Northwest IT Solutions Issaquah, WA 98027 info@northwestitsolutions.com Dan Jorgenson (425) 200-5515

LANDSCAPING STS Landscape and Construction Services PO Box 656, North Bend, WA 98045 stsconstructionserv@hotmail.com Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754 LEGAL SERVICES The Pearson Law Firm, P.S. 165 NE Juniper Street, Suite 200, Issaquah, WA 98027 www.pearsonlawfirm.com Michele G. Pearson 425.831.3100 LIBRARIES North Bend Library (King County Library System) 115 E 4th St, North Bend, WA 98045 (425) 888-0784 LOCKSMITH Valley Locksmith PO Box 345 North Bend, WA 98045 marc.valleylock@gmail.com 425-888-KEYS Marc Rosenthal

LOGGING OI Forest Products, Inc. PO Box 1221, Fall City, WA 98024 ddixon@ochocochile.com Dennis Dixon North Fork Enterprises - Littlejohn, Inc. 7830 North Fork Rd SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Clayton & Janelle Littlejohn (425) 888-9734 MANUFACTURING Spacelabs Healthcare 35301 SE Center St., Snoqualmie, WA 98065 virginia.owens@spacelabs.com Janet Story 425-396-3300 MARKETING Highlight Group 7829 Center Blvd SE #303, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 reganc@highlightgroup.com Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 Kinsey Street Online Marketing 7829 Center Blvd SE, Suite 170, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 robert@kinseystreet.com Robert Coats (425) 405-0690 White Horse Promotional Products 4049 251st PL SE, Issaquah, WA 98029 tori@whitehorsepromos.com Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557

2014 Community Guide and Directory | 29 MASSAGE North Bend Therapeutic Massage PO Box 87, North Bend, WA 98045 Kendra Gudz, LMP (425) 888-5060

Encompass 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045 gregory.malcolm@encompassnw.org Gregory Malcom (425) 888-2777

DirtFish Rally School 7001 396th Drive SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@dirtfish.com Ross Bentley (425) 888-7715

MORTGAGE Bay Equity Home Loans 10900 Ne 8th Street, Suite 110, Bellevue, WA 98004 btoft@bayeq.com Brad Toft (425) 444-3177

Imagine Housing 10604 NE 38th PL, suite 215, Kirkland, WA 98033 marchellem@imaginehousing.org Marchelle Martens 425-576-5190, ext. 14

OUTLET MALL North Bend Premium Outlets 461 S Fork Ave SW, # E-1, North Bend, WA 98045 Ed Cook (425) 888-4505

Sterling Bank Home Loans 7013 Silent Creek Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Michelle Virta (425) 890-4511

North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. PO Box 1170, North Bend, WA 98045 info@festivalatmtsi.org Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535

PAINTING Bob & Eds Painting 26813 204th AVE Se, Covington, WA 98042 Paul Wiediger (206) 498-9377

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 22500 SE 64th PL Suite #220, Issaquah, WA 98027 gary.sarchet@wellsfargo.com Kay Jordon (425) 369-2641

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank 122 East 3rd Street, North Bend, WA 98045 snoqualmievalleyfoodbank@yahoo.com Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832

Claffeys Painting PO Box 2028, North Bend, WA 98045 Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3640

MUSEUM Northwest Railway Museum PO Box 459, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Richard R. Anderson (425) 888-3030

Snoqualmie Valley Little League PO Box 351, North Bend, WA 98045

Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society PO Box 179, North Bend, WA 98045 Gardiner Vinnedge MUSIC Big Star Studios 7723 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 corey@bigstarstudios.com Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 NEWSPAPERS Snoqualmie Valley Record PO Box 300, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 wshaw@valleyrecord.com William Shaw (425) 888-2311 SnoValley Star PO Box 1328, Issaquah, WA 98027 Sherry Grindland NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Camp Korey 28901 NE Carnation Farm Rd, Carnation, WA 98014 Lane Youngblood (425) 844-3100 Eastside Baby Corner 1510 NW Maple Street, Issaquah, WA 98027 reneez@babycorner.org (425) 865-0234

Sallal Grange and Community Hall #955 PO Box 1688, North Bend, WA 98045 master@sallalgrange.org (425) 888-0825 NURSERIES Nursery at Mount Si, The 42328 SE 108th St., North Bend, WA 98045 Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 NUTRITION/SUPPLEMENTS Emerald City Smoothie PO Box 412, North Bend, WA 98045 Cindy Walker (425) 244-1336 Nature’s Marketplace PO Box 313, North Bend, WA 98045 Jean Macris (425) 888-3222 OFFICE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Pacific Office Automation 1064 4th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98134 jgeyer@pacificoffice.com Jonathan Geyer (425) 458-2533 OUTDOOR RECREATION Cascade Mountain Tech Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701

Ranieri Painting & Home Services PO BOX 393, Fall City, WA 98024 taranieri53@yahoo.com Teresa Wagner (360) 349-8049 PEST CONTROL Day & Knight Pest Control Snoqualmie, WA 98065 dayknight1@live.com Dennis Day (253) 226-5463 Frontier Pest Control 17318 432nd AVE SE, North Bend, WA 98045 Alan LaBissoniere (425) 577-2944 PET WASTE REMOVAL Poopless in Seattle Snoqualmie, WA 98065 david@pooplessinseattle.com Amanda Gerber (425) 223-7536 PHOTOGRAPHY Genuine Image Photography Snoqualmie, WA 98065 genuineimage@hotmail.com Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748 Jean Johnson Productions Sammamish, WA 98075 jean@jeanjohnsonproductions.com Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390 Jeff Goble Photography PO Box 301, North Bend, WA 98045 Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129

30 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Tetuan Photography & Design 329 W 2nd St, North Bend, WA 98045 phographer@kristintetuan.com Kristin Tetuan (425) 281-8312

PRESCHOOLS North Bend Montessori, Inc. PO Box 2300, North Bend, WA 98045 Susan Weige, Director (425) 831-5766

VisionPhotography, LLC 11905 124th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034 Rick@Visionphotography.biz Rick May (425)-533-6933

PRINTING Dark Horse Ink P.O. Box 901, Preston, WA 98050 info@darkhorseink.com Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555

PHYSICAL THERAPY EDGE Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation 37624 SE Fury St Suite #C-201, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@edgeptandrehab.com Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy 7726 Center Blvd SE, Suite 220, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (425) 396-7778 PLUMBING North Bend Plumbing and Radiant Heating PO Box 1532, North Bend, WA 98045 northbendplumbing@gmail.com Phil Friedman (425) 698-3321 Stanton Plumbing Inc. 45333 SE 140th ST., North Bend, WA 98045 Mark Lowe (425) 471-0873

Minuteman Press of Issaquah 180 NE Juniper St, Issaquah, WA 98027 Mike Immel , Bart Kelly (425) 391-4950 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Acceptiva, LLC P.O. Box 104, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 clients@acceptiva.com John Tedeschi (425) 831-2264 Buddha Brothers Media Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@buddhabrothersmedia.com Trevor Sleeman (425) 503-5995 Commercial Relocation Advisors Issaquah, WA 98029 - bluper@bizrelo.com Brenda Luper (425)-281-8846

GFS Fund Development, LLC. 26325 SE 31st ST, Sammamish, WA 98075 gazala@gfsfund.com - (425) 985-0208 Hibu stori.stone@hibu.com Stori Stone (425) 429-8200 Semble 15405 SE 37th ST, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98006 chris@semble.com Chris Walcott (206) 276-5135 Trefoil Group, Inc. 7829 Center Blvd SE #314, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 dwright.usa@gmail.com Darryl Wright (425) 243-4589 REAL ESTATE Anthony “Tony” Gilbert, REALTOR® Coldwell Banker Danforth tony.gilbert@realfx.com - (425) 677-5603 Brookwater Fund 8306 428th Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 TASCO@Comcast.net Tom Sroufe (425) 444-0822

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2014 Community Guide and Directory | 31 Caroline Loudenback - Stover Mathis Real Estate 3019 Soundview Dr. W, University Place, WA 98466 caroline@stovermathis.com - (206) 948-3721 Cobalt Mortgage, Inc. 371 NE Gilman Blvd, Suite 340, Issaquah, WA 98027 heidi.green@cobaltmortgage.com Heidi Green (206) 406-2074 Cook Real Estate Services LLC 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 david@cookreservices.com David Cook (425) 922-5395

Pulte Homes 11241 Slater Ave NE #100, Kirkland, WA 98033 todd.levitt@pultegroup.com (425) 216-3400 Remax Integrity 7725 Center Blvd SE, Suite C, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 carolwright@remax.net Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 Rosen Harbottle & Rosen Properties Snoqualmie, WA 98065 darylr@rosenproperties.com - (425) 289-2230

Danny Evatt, REALTOR® Coldwell Banker Danforth danny.evatt@realfx.com - (425) 677-5663

Rowley Properties, Inc. 1595 NW Gilman Blvd. Ste 1, Issaquah, WA 98027 lisa@rowleyproperties.com Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563

John L Scott North Bend 301 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 Monica Antone (425) 922-2336

Snoqualmie Valley Property Mgmt PO Box 1244, North Bend, WA 98045 Sig Jones

Karin Simpson Realtor 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 ksimpson@cookreservices.com - (425) 387-3388

Summit Real Estate Group LLC 331 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend, WA 98045 robmcfarlandre@gmail.com Jonathan Pearlstein (425) 831-7737 Spear Home Inspection Inc PO Box 512, North Bend, WA 98045

RECREATION Jet’s Gymnastics Express 17319 432nd Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045 Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 Higher Learning Martial Arts P.O. Box 1816, North Bend, WA 90045 Mark Lynum (425) 260-8794 RESTAURANTS Bayan Mongolian BBQ 8020 Douglas Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@BayanMongolian.com Vicki Deshaies (206) 910-9371 Boxley Music Fund PO Box 493, North Bend, WA 98045 Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307 Euro Lounge Creperie 129 W North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 euroloungehall@yahoo.com Sinisa Iovanovici (425) 677-4727 Fall City Roadhouse 4200 Preston-Fall City Rd SE, Fall City, WA 98024 scott@holmancpa.com - (425) 222-4800


MK Property Services, LLC PO Box 997, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993

gspear@spearhomeinspection.com Gregg Spear (425) 888-4470

Open: Mon. 10-9 • Tues. - Thurs. 9-9 • Fri. 9-6 Sat. 8-5 • Sun. 11-5

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Jay Berry’s Gourmet Pizza & Pasta 456 SW Mt Si Blvd, #C-1, North Bend, WA 98045 Sema Calvo (425) 888-5501 Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory PO Box 2002, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Wes Sorstokke (425) 888-0439 The Swirl 426 Main Ave S, North Bend, WA 98045 Swirl@SwirlNB.com - (425) 292-0909 TA Travel Centers of America 46630 North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 pcmrest.ta176@tatravelcenters.com Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 Woodman Lodge 38601 SE King St, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Peter LeHay

SENIOR CENTER Mount Si Senior Center 411 Main Ave South, North Bend, WA 98045 Paula Edwards (425) 888-3434

Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store 37500 Suite B SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 John Wilson (425) 888-3071

SENIOR HOUSING Timber Ridge at Talus 100 Timber Ridge Way NW, Issaquah, WA 98027 Scott Doherty

SCHOOLS Bellevue College 3000 Landerholm Circle S.E., Bellevue, WA 98007 Paula Boyum (425) 564-1000 Snoqualmie Valley School District #410 PO Box 400, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Joel Aune SELF STORAGE Cascade Heated Self Storage 1080 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 John Lord (425) 888-5400 Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul 35501 SE Douglas Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Ron Davis

SEPTIC Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC PO Box 2243, North Bend, WA 98045 aprilhuard@gmail.com April Huard (425) 831-1781 SERVICE CLUBS Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley PO Box 852, North Bend, WA 98045 Paul Tredway/ Doug Irvine (425) 888-3650 Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley PO Box 1463, North Bend, WA 98045 Jeff Kissick (425) 503-6391


Gianfranco Ristorante Snoqualmie, WA 98065 gianfrancosnoqualmie@gmail.com Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621

RETAIL Mt Si Homebrew Supply 8032 Falls Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (425) 292-9752


Frankies Pizza PO Box 1335, North Bend, WA 98045 Chris Garcia & Jim Westlake (425) 888-4477

2014 Community Guide and Directory | 33 SKIN CARE Rodan + Fields 24906 NE 80th ST, Redmond, WA 98053 swestmax@gmail.com Steve Weaver (206) 909-2419 SOCIAL SERVICES Friends of Youth 7972 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@friendsofyouth.org Paula Frederick (425) 869-6666 TAX PREPARATION H&R Block 15015 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98007 John Prigmore (425) 888-4580 Lisa Cole & Associates PO Box 1999, North Bend, WA 98045 lisa@lisacole1040.com Lisa Rachor (425) 888-1040 TELECOMMUNICATIONS CenturyLink PO Box 1414, North Bend, WA 98045 Ike Salter (425) 888-0006

Tanner Electric Cooperative PO Box 1426, North Bend, WA 98045 Steve Walter

THEATERS North Bend Theatre 125 Bendigo Blvd., North, North Bend, WA 98045 cindy@northbendtheatre.com Cindy Walker (425) 888-1232

Waste Management 720 4th Ave Suite 400, Kirkland, WA 98033 Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164

TOWING G & S Services 225 E North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045 George & Sharon Wyrsch (425) 922-2279

VETERINARIANS Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital 32020 SE 40th St, Fall City, WA 98024 svah@hotmail.com Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220

TREE FARMS Christmas Creek Tree Farm 15515 468th Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045 Lynn & Don Douglass (425) 888-2099 UTILITIES D Square Energy Systems 1546 Boalch Ave NW, Suite 70, North Bend, WA 98045 Todd Plant (425) 888-2882

WEB & GRAPHIC DESIGN Fingerprint Marketing. 7629 Fern Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 pia@fingerprintmarketing.com Pia Larson (425) 283-3943

Puget Sound Energy PO Box 90868, EST-11W, Bellevue, WA 98009-0868 Jason Van Nort (425) 462-3820

Jaclyn Rainville Graphic Design 14516 443rd Ave, North Bend, WA 98045 jaclynrainville@gmail.com Jaclyn Rainville (951) 505-0932

Sallal Water Association PO Box 378, North Bend, WA 98045 Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650

NB3 Graphics and Web Design 13716 457th Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045 Steve Horste (425) 785-3236

Cascade Golf Course & The Riverbend Café The Best Twosome in Town

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

SPECIALIZING IN WEEKEND BREAKFAST FARE Fresh Country Breakfast • Daily Specials

Now serving our famous oatmeal blueberry pancakes featured on ‘KCTS Cooks’ Breakfast served Sat & Sun until noon



34 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Ramblin Lamb 35905 SE Boulder Court, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Richard Lamb (425) 427-2573


Replicator Graphics PO Box 345, North Bend, WA 98045 ellen@replicatorgraphics.com Ellen Torchia (425) 888-1911

Chamber Luncheon Programs are held on the 3rd Friday of each month at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Course. For more information on Chamber Activities, visit www.snovalley.org

WINERIES Sigillo Cellars, LLC 8353 Meadowbrook Way SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 info@sigillocellars.com Mike Seal (206) 919-4835 Directory compiled by Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce

Dr. James L. Dr. James L. Dr. James L.


Family Dentistry Family Dentistry Family Dentistry



Ken Hearing, Owner

Past Chamber President Past Past Chamber Chamber President President

234 North Bend Way • North Bend, WA 98045


Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association


(425) 888-2290 (425) (425) 888-2290 888-2290

Cones Shakes Sundaes

2014-15 Season Registration

2014-15 Cascade FC Tryouts

All ages/Recreational

Advanced/Select Players

Registration open April 1-May 31

Starting in early May

2014 Camps

Open to ALL SnVYSA players

Spring Academy

- March-April

Spring Break Camp

- April

Summer Goal Scoring/ Goalkeeping Camps - July Summer Academy - August



For more information, registration and volunteer forms, please visit our website today!

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Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Home of the Snoqualmie People for thousands of years, the Snoqualmie Valley has a vibrant history that is shared at the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Located in a strategic trade and transportation corridor, the Snoqualmie Valley has always been an important location for the Pacific Northwest regional economy, with the Snoqualmie Pass providing access for the majority of east/west trade. This trade route has greatly shaped the history of our area from the first peoples to settle in the Valley to the first pioneers and current travelers and residents. The artifacts of the Valley’s rugged past can be viewed at the museum, which is operated by the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society. The museum is located at 320 Bendigo Blvd. S. in North Bend in the Gardiner Weeks Memorial Park and is open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday, April through October and Monday through Tuesday, November through March. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum has a rich collection of photographs, stories, and pioneer artifacts. Visitors can view items from a turn-of-the century kitchen, see tools and toys used by people living in that era, and check out what the Valley was like in the year 1940. An additional exhibit also looks at artifacts and history of the Snoqualmie Tribe. The Museum Farm Shed provides a window display of the history of agriculture in the area.

Pro Shop (425) 888-1541 Restaurant (425) 888-2150

18-Hole Regulation Course {Par 72} 9-Hole Pitch-Putt-Practice Facility Double-Side Driving Range {Huge Grass Tee} Power Carts • Rental Equipment Fully Stocked Pro Shop • Full Service Restaurant Quality Golf Instruction Men’s and Ladies Clubs/Leagues Outside Golf Events Welcome Mt Si Golf Course Tournaments and more!

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Friendly Customer Service (18) Hole 425.391.4926 Hole-Par (72) Regulation Golf Course Full Service Restaurant Boalch Ave SE (9) Hole9010 Pitch/Putt/Practice Facility Double Side Driving Range ((Huge Huge Grass Tee Tee)) Snoqualmie Online Tee Times Available Webwww.mtsigolf.com Specials Updated Daily Discounts Available Customers• Discounts for Frequent Customers Online for TeeFrequent Times Available Power Carts Rental Equipment Fully Stocked Pro Shop Quality Golf Instruction for all Ages/Abilities Men's and Ladies Clubs Leagues Available for Men and Women Outside Golf Events Welcome “Preparedness and planning are the first Mount Si Golf Course Tournaments And step Much More! to recovery”

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Mt Si Golf Course offers:

Photos courtesy SVHM

Above, the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum incorporates items from the Valley’s industrial past. Left, a 1940’s keyboard.

Northwest Railway Museum

Are You Prepared?

Businesses - families- individuals -cities - clinics - schools pets - disabled and vulnerable residents, we all need to be prepared for eventual disasters. Flooding, winter storms, earthquakes can happen at any time. Will you be ready?

General Contractor • Emergency Management 206-390-4136 fuzzy653@comcast.net www.fletcherconsulting.info

Scenic Train Rides & Tours, Saturdays & Sundays, April—October. Snoqualmie Depot, Exhibits, and Depot Bookstore.

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We can help with planning, preparedness and training. From 5 day kits to continuity of operations to keep your business open or re-open quicker after a disaster. More than 50% of small businesses do not re-open after a disaster. We can also install or fix generators, fix chainsaws and much more. We have been in the Emergency Management business for more than 20 years. Email or call us for more information and a quote.

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER 180 Consulting info@180-consulting.com 425-814-2537 Consultants, Professional Services

BBQ Heiress Catering & Event Planning Kimberly Ewing (425) 292-3067 Caterers, BBQ, Event Planning

Carmichael’s True Value Hardware Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 Hardware, Building Materials, Gifts, Home Decor

Acacia Hair Salon Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products

Beauvais, Sue susan.beauvais@comcast.net (425) 890-2038


Carnation Chamber of Commerce Kim Lisk, President Chamber of Commerce, Non-profit Organizations

Acceptiva, LLC John Tedeschi (425) 831-2264 Professional Services

Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC Marie Everett (425) 888-4888 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products, Massage, Skin Care

Caroline Loudenback - Stover Mathis Real Estate caroline@stovermathis.com (206) 948-3721 Real Estate

Admiral Enterprises, Inc. Yoyislav Kokeza (425) 837-1937 Developers

Bellevue College Paula Boyum (425) 564-1000 Schools

Carriage Insurance Agency Doug Carr (425) 888-5066 Insurance

Advocare Katie Tracy (503) 459-1450 Health & Wellness

Big Star Studios Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 Music, Arts and Entertainment

Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 Auto Repair, Recreational Vehicles-Storage & Repair

Agape Chiropractic Healing Center Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 Chiropractors

Bigg Dogg Firearms Michael Marinos (206) 390-7555 Firearms

Cascade Heated Self Storage John Lord (425) 888-5400 Self Storage

All Service Glass Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122 Glass, Auto Repair, Professional Services

Birches Habitat Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 Gifts, Art, Clothing, Home Decor, Retail

Cascade Mountain Tech Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701 Outdoor Recreation, Recreation

AmericanWest Issaquah, WA (425) 395-1193 Banks

Bob & Eds Painting Paul Wiediger (206) 498-9377 Painting, Home Care Services, Home Improvement

Cassie Renae Events cassierenaeevents@gmail.com (206) 384-5853 Event Planning, Professional Services

Anthony “Tony” Gilbert, REALTOR® Coldwell Banker Danforth Tony Gilbert (425) 677-5603 Real Estate

Boxley Music Fund Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307 Restaurants, American, Beer, Where to Meet, Wine

Cedar Falls Automotive Michelle Reaves (425) 417-8261 Auto Repair

Brookwater Fund Tom Sroufe (425) 444-0822 Real Estate

CenturyLink Ike Salter (425) 888-0006 Telecommunications

artEAST Karen Abel (425) 392-3191 Art

Brown & Sterling P.S. Lawrence Brown / Thomas Watson (425) 222-6374 Attorneys, Legal Services

Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet Leesa McKay (425) 888-0781 Auto Sales, Auto Repair

AtWork! Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 Community Organizations

Buddha Brothers Media Trevor Sleeman (425) 503-5995 Custom Graphics, Advertising, Art, Marketing

Baker Insurance Group Theresa Baker (425) 292-0004 Insurance

Burrows, Beth North Bend, WA (425) 831-6323

Christmas Creek Tree Farm-Tree Co Lynn & Don Douglass (425) 888-2099 Tree Farms, Farms

Bybee Farms Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 Farms, Event Facilities, Outdoor Recreation

City of North Bend Duncan Wilson (425) 888-1211 City Governments, City Offices, Government

Camp Korey Lane Youngblood (425) 844-3100 Non-profit Organizations, Outdoor Recreation

City of Snoqualmie Bob Larson (425) 888-1555 City Governments, City Offices, Government

Arbonne Jennifer Stermer (630) 533-8686 Beauty Products, Skin Care

Bay Equity Home Loans Brad Toft (425) 444-3177 Mortgage Bayan Mongolian BBQ Vicki Deschales (206) 910-9371 Restaurants, BBQ

Chase Bank Daniel Voyeshonock (425) 888-1702 Banks

2014 Community Guide and Directory | 37 Claffeys Painting Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3640 Painting, Home Care Services, Home Decor

Ductz of Redmond terry.hill@ductz.com (425) 298-0526 Cleaning Services, Professional Services

Frankies Pizza Chris Garcie or Jim Westlake (425) 888-4477 Restaurants, Pizza

Cleaning Authority, The Paul & Stephanie McMahon (425) 292-9643 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services

Duvall Chamber of Commerce NJ Shelsby, President (425) 788-9182 Chamber of Commerce, Visitor Information Centers

Friends of Youth Paula Frederick (425) 869-6666 Social Services, Community Organizations, Non Profits

Clear Choice Auto Glass Brandon Smith (206) 999-8956 Auto Repair, Glass, Professional Services

Eastside Baby Corner Renee Zimmerman (425) 865-0234 Non-profit, Youth and Senior Support Services

Frontier Pest Control Alan LaBissoniere (425) 577-2944 Pest Control

CLG Employer Resources LLC Holly Hahn (425) 381-4141 Insurance

EDGE Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 Physical Therapy, Health Care

G & S Services George & Sharon Wyrsch (425) 922-2279 Towing, Service Stations

Cobalt Mortgage, Inc. Heidi Green (206) 406-2074 Real Estate, Mortgage

Edward Jones Colin Barber (425) 831-5026 Financial Planning, Investments

G.A. Scalzo, Inc. Gerry A. Scalzo (425) 466-7660 Construction

Commercial Relocation Advisors Brenda Luper 425-281-8846 Professional Services

Edward Jones Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068 Financial Planning, Investments

Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230 Dentists

Cook Real Estate Services LLC David Cook (425) 922-5395 Real Estate

Emerald City Smoothie Cindy Walker (425) 244-1336 Nutrition/Supplements, Where to Meet

Gearhead Garage Starla Hamilton (425) 888-4330 Auto Repair

D Square Energy Systems Todd Plant (425) 888-2882 Utilities

Encompass Gregory Malcolm (425) 888-2777 Non-profit Organizations, Community Organizations

Genuine Image Photography Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748 Photography

Danny Evatt, REALTOR速 Coldwell Banker Danforth danny.evatt@realfx.com (425) 677-5663 Real Estate

Encompass Engineering & Surveying Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250 Engineering, Professional Services

Get Fit with Jen Jennifer Sala (425)-443-2796 mobile/in-home personal training

EURO LOUNGE Creperia Cafe Sinisa Iovanovici (425) 677-4727 Restaurants, Breakfast, Coffee, Where to Meet

GFS Fund Development, LLC. gazala@gfsfund.com (425) 985-0208 Professional Services

Fall City Roadhouse Scott Holman/Ben Riggs (425) 222-4800 Restaurants, Accommodations, Breakfast, Event Facilities

Gianfranco Ristorante Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621 Restaurants, Italian

Farmers Insurance Agency Elizabeth Gildersleeve Snoqualmie, WA Insurance

Goldberg, Steve North Bend, WA Individual

Fast Frog Computer Steven Schuler (425) 941-2439 Computer Repairs, Computer Software

Gordon Construction Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 Construction

Fingerprint Marketing. Pia Larson (425) 283-3943 Web & Graphic Design, Professional Services

H&R Block John Prigmire (425) 888-4580 Tax Preparation

Fire District #38 Chris Dahli Ron Pedee, Steve Parsons (425) 888-1555 Government, Non Profits

Hallamore Homes Inc Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 Construction, Consultants

Fletcher Consulting Fuzzy Fletcher (206) 390-4136 Consultants, Emergency Preparedness

Hankins, Susan North Bend, WA (425) 888-4410 Individual

Dark Horse Ink Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555 Printing, Professional Services David Paul Eck M.A. North Bend, WA (425) 888-2882 Counseling, Professional Services Day & Knight Pest Control Dennis Day (253) 226-5463 Pest Control DirtFish Rally School Ross Bentley (425) 888-7715 Outdoor Recreation, Bike Rentals, Car Racing, DN Traffic Consultants Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790 Engineering, Professional Services Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772 Florists, Art, Gifts, Home Decor, Retail

38 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Hauglie Insurance Agency Kevin Hauglie (425) 788-9176 Insurance

John L Scott North Bend Monica Antone (425)-922-2336 Real Estate

Lisa Cole & Associates Lisa Rachor (425) 888-1040 Tax Preparation, Consultants

Hauser Long, P.S. D. Steven Hauser (425) 889-1778 Accountants, Consultants

Jolene’s Hair & Skin Care Jolene Kelly (425) 941-8795 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products, Massage, Skin Care

Lula Ruby an Organic Salon Angela Favero (425) 292-0816 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products

Hibu Stori Stone (425) 429-8200 Professional Services, Marketing, Web Design

Joner Baker, PLLC Matt Baker (425) 495-6273 Attorneys

Marshall Accounting, LLC Nancy Marshall, CPA (425) 444-1477 Accountants

Higher Learning Martial Arts Mark Lynum (425) 260-8794 Recreation, Arts and Entertainment

Just B Art and Design Erica L. Becker (425) 260-0282 Event Planning, Professional Services, Weddings

McClellan Building Operating Company Robert Yerkes (425) 831-5135 Developers

Highlight Group Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 Marketing, Consultants, Professional Services

Karin Simpson Realtor Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388 Real Estate

Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC April Huard (425) 831-1781 Septic

Kelly R. Garwood, DDS Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 Dentists

Imagine Housing Marchelle Martens (425)-576-5190, ext. 14 Non-profit Organizations, Social Services

Key Bank Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000 Banks

Jaclyn Rainville Graphic Design Jaclyn Rainville (951) 505-0932 Web & Graphic Design, Professional Services

Key Business Solutions Curt LeMaster (425) 292-9594 Consultants, Professional Services

James L. Browning DDS PLLC James L. Browning, DDS (425) 888-2290 Dentists

King County Council District 3 Kathy Lambert, Councilmember (206) 296-1003 Government

Jay Berry’s Gourmet Pizza & Pasta Sema Calvo (425) 888-5501 Restaurants, Italian, Pizza

Kinsey Street Online Marketing Robert Coats (425) 405-0690 Marketing, Consultants, Professional Services

JE Cumming Corporations Jim Cumming (425) 292-0610 Contractors

Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896 Dentists

Jean Johnson Productions Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390 Photography, Professional Services

Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley Doug Irvine/ Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 Service Clubs

Jeff Goble Photography Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129 Photography

Krona & Krona CPA’s John or Rick Krona (425) 888-0916 Accountants

Jernie Enterprises Jeff Schultek (425) 271-1830 Accommodations

Law Office of David Speikers David Speikers (425) 222-0555 Attorneys, Legal Services

Jet’s Gymnastics Express Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 Recreation, Arts and Entertainment

Lawrence, Carol Snoqualmie, WA Individual

John Day Homes, Inc. Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 Construction

Leadership for Overachievers Joe Reilly (425) 281-0575 Consultants, Professional Services

McNeely, Gloria Snoqualmie, WA Individual Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 Health Care Minuteman Press of Issaquah Mike Immel or Bart Kell (425) 391-4950 Printing MK Property Services, LLC Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993 Real Estate Mo Barbecue Larry Mar (425) 292-8040 BBQ, Restaurants Mosaic Catering Bill Pritchard (425) 221-1064 Caterers Mount Si Golf Course Brandon Proudfoot (425) 391-4926 Golf, Outdoor Recreation, Where to Meet Mt Si Homebrew Supply Snoqualmie, WA (425) 292-9752 Retail, Beer, Wine Mt Si Senior Center Debbie Marlow (425) 888-3434 Senior Center, Non-profit Organizations Mt Si Sports + Fitness Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782 Fitness Center, Health & Wellness Mumma Associates Insurance Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406 Insurance

2014 Community Guide and Directory | 39 Nature’s Marketplace Jean Macris (425) 888-3222 Nutrition/Supplements, Health & Wellness

North Bend Theatre Cindy Walker (425) 888-1232 Theaters, Entertainment, Historical Attractions

Pacific Office Automation Jonathan Geyer (425) 458-2533 Office Products and Services

NB3 Graphics and Web Design Steve Horste (425) 785-3236 Web & Graphic Design, Professional Services

North Bend Therapeutic Massage Kendra Gudz, LMP (425) 888-5060 Massage, Health & Wellness

PC Bennett Solutions, LLC www.pcbennettconsulting.com/contact (425) 831-7924 Computer Software, Consultants

Neal Bonrud- Attorney at Law Neal Bonrud (425) 292-0735 Attorneys

North Fork Enterprises - Littlejohn, Inc. Clayton & Janelle Littlejohn (425) 888-9734 Logging, Land Excavation, Tree Services

Nintendo of America Inc. Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403 Distributors

Northwest Framing Commercial jessicaself@nwframing.com (206) 336-2366 Art, Professional Services

Nor West RV Park Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 Accommodations, Where To Stay

Northwest IT Solutions Dan Jorgenson (425) 200-5515 IT Solutions

North Bend Ace Hardware Gordon Gaub/ Anderson (425) 888-1242 Hardware

Northwest Premium Services Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services

North Bend Auto Center Michael Allen (425) 888-7777 Auto Repair, Auto Sales

Northwest Railway Museum Richard R. Anderson (425) 888-3030 Museum Arts and Entertainment, Historic Train Depot, Non-profit

Pioneer Coffee DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727 Beer Coffee, Gifts, Restaurants, Where to Meet

Northwest Watercolor Society Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940 Art, Community Organizations, Foundations, Painting

Poopless in Seattle Amanda Gerber (425) 223-7536 Pet Waste Removal

Nursery at Mount Si, The Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 Nurseries

ProVision Coaching, Inc. Doug Christy (425) 516-7478 Consultants, Professional Services

NyeCo, Inc. David Nye (425) 831-3444 Consultants

Puget Sound Energy Jason Van Nort (425) 462-3820 Utilities

North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535 Non-profit Organizations

OI Forest Products, Inc. Dennis Dixon ddixon@ochocochile.com Logging

Pulte Homes Todd Levitt (425) 216-3400 Real Estate, Construction, Contractors

North Bend Library North Bend, WA (425) 888-0784 Libraries

Optimal Health Chiro Jason Green (425) 396-0613 Chiropractors, Health & Wellness

QFC Grocery Store Bill Weller (425) 888-1682 Grocery Stores

North Bend Montessori, Inc. Susan Weige, Director (425) 831-5766 Preschools & Montessori

Opus Bank Dennise McGregor (425) 831-1761 Banks

Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 Event Facilities, Where to Meet

North Bend Plumbing and Radiant Heating LLC Phil Friedman (425) 698-3321 Plumbing, Professional Services

Overlake Hospital Medical Center Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605 Health Care

Ramblin Lamb Richard Lamb (425) 427-2573 Web Design, Professional Services

Pacific Crest Environmental, LLC Lauren Carroll (425) 888-4994 Consultants

Ranieri Painting & Home Services Teresa Wagner (360) 349-8049 Painting, Home Care Services

North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) Steve McConkey (425) 888-3588 Auto Parts North Bend Chiropractic & Golf Fitness Dr. Matthew Miller, D.C. (425) 888-3600 Chiropractors, Health & Wellness North Bend Crossfit Grahame Clark (425) 442-2860 Health & Wellness

North Bend Premium Outlets Ed Cook (425) 888-4505 Outlet Mall, Clothing, Gifts, Home Decor, Retail

PC Recycle and Repair Jeff & Tamara Norton (425) 292-3107 Computer Repairs, Recycling Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy Snoqualmie, WA (425) 396-7778 Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness Performance Rules ! Ross Bentley (425) 283-7482 Consultants, Marketing, Professional Services Perteet, Inc. Rahmi Kutsal (425) 888-5825 Engineering, Consultants

40 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Raven Mosaix LLC Jano Vrana (425) 985-6517 Contractors, Home Improvement

Semble Chris Walcott (206) 276-5135 Professional Services

Snoqualmie Tribe

Real Food Cookery Tina Guadan Fogall 206-650-6305 Health & Wellness

Si View Metro Parks Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900 Community Organizations, Entertainment, Event Facilities

Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital

Rebecca Kitz, CPA PLLC Rebecca Kitz (425) 888-1253 Accountants

Sigillo Cellars, LLC Mike Seal (206) 919-4835 Wineries

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce

Remax Integrity Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 Real Estate

Simpson, Carolyn simpsoncgs@yahoo.com (425) 890-2239 Individual

Snoqualmie Valley Electric

Replicator Graphics Ellen Torchia (425) 888-1911 Web & Graphic Design, Awards/Trophies, Printing

Smart Snacks 2 Go Ken Russell (913) 708-0933 Health & Wellness

Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates

Rivertree Dental Center Brian E Mayer DDS (425) 888-2703 Dentists

Sno Falls Credit Union Linda Larion (425) 831-3171 Credit Unions, Mortgage

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank

Roaring River Bed & Breakfast Peggy & Herschel Backues (425) 888-4834 Bed & Breakfast, Accommodations, Where To Stay

Snoqualmie Casino Jon Jenkins, President & CEO (425) 888-1234 Casinos, Entertainment, Bars, Beer, Deli, Event Facilities,

Snoqualmie Valley Funeral Chapel

Robert Orton Gig Harbor, WA (253) 857-6004 Individual

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company Matt Gallagher 425-831-2357 (Taproom) Breweries, American, Bar Food, Beer, Restaurants

Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

Rodan + Fields swestmax@gmail.com (206) 909-2419 Skin Care, Beauty Products

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory Wes Sorstokke (425) 888-0439

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

Rosen Harbottle & Rosen Properties darylr@rosenproperties.com (425) 289-2230 Real Estate

Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation

Jim Groschell (425) 222-5244 Golf, Entertainment, Outdoor Recreation

Eric Kaltenbacher (425) 260-3140

Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley Jeff Kissick (425) 503-6391 Service Clubs, Non Profits

Snoqualmie Falls Ophthalmology

Snoqualmie Valley Little League

Rebecca Dale, MD (425) 292-0716

PO Box 351, North Bend, WA

Rowley Properties, Inc. Lisa Rae Riley (425) 395-9563 Real Estate

Snoqualmie Police Department

Snoqualmie Valley Property Mgmt

Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333

Sig Jones North Bend, WA

Salish Lodge & Spa Connie Krause (425) 831-6505 Accommodations, Breakfast, Event Facilities, Gifts

Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic

Snoqualmie Valley Record

Dr. Benjamin Britt Lichtenwalter (425) 396-5570

William Shaw (425) 888-2311

Sallal Grange and Community Hall #955 master@sallalgrange.org (425) 888-0825 Non-profit Organizations, Event Facilities

Snoqualmie Ridge ROA

Snoqualmie Valley School District #410

info@ridgeroa.com (425) 396-5430

Joel Aune Snoqualmie, WA

Sallal Water Association Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 Utilities, Water Systems

Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation

Ron Davis (425) 396-1410

Carmen Villanueva Fall City, WA

Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027 Insurance

Snoqualmie Tobacco Company /Liquor Store JOHN WILLSON (425) 888-3071

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

Restaurants, Gifts, Ice Cream

Eye Care, Health & Wellness

City Offices


Homeowner Associations

Self Storage, Moving Supplies


Snoqualmie, WA


Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220


Nate Perea (425) 888-6362

Community Organizations, Visitor Information Centers Mark Stevens (425) 788-5887

Electricians, Utilities

Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020

Eye Care, Health & Wellness

Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832

Non-profit Organizations

Richard Bliss (425) 888-2700

Funeral Services, Professional Services Gardiner Vinnedge North Bend, WA

Museum, Arts and Entertainment

Rodger McCollum (425) 831-3404

Health Care, Non Profits

Foundations, Non-profit Organizations

Non-profit Organizations Community Organizations

Real Estate



Foundations, Non Profits

David Mayer (425) 256-3115 Community Organizations, Recreation, Non-profit

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Summit Real Estate Group LLC Jonathan Pearlstein, Designated Broker (425) 831-7737 Real Estate

Trophies2Go Jeff Anderson (425) 427-6784 Awards/Trophies

SnoValley Coffee Co. Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 Coffee, Where to Meet

Swedish Medical Center/Issaquah Campus Natalie Kozimor (425) 313-4000 Health Care

Twin Star Car Wash Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981 Car Wash

SnoValley Star Sherry Grindland Issaquah, WA Newspapers

Symbol Enterprises- Emergency Pac Paula Spence (425) 466-1218 Emergency Preparedness, Professional Services

Union Bank Antonio Mason (425) 452-1881 Banks

TA Travel Centers of America Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 Restaurants, Service Stations

US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger Dist. Martie Schramm 425-888-1421 ext 230 Forestry

Take Shape for Life/Three Hour Fast Mary Lou Dreher (203) 545-1964 Health & Wellness

Valley Locksmith Marc Rosenthal 425-888-KEYS Locksmith

TALON graphics Timothy Zilinsky 425-788-3379 Advertising, Marketing

Valley Professional Cleaning Service Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387 Cleaning Services, Professional Services

Tanner Electric Cooperative Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 Utilities

Verity Care, LLC Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 Health Care

Technical Glass Products Pauline Christison/ LouAnn Smith (425) 396-8200 Glass, Construction

VisionPhotography, LLC Rick May 425.533.6933 Photography, Art

Tetuan Photography & Design Kristin Tetuan (425) 281-8312 Photography, Web & Graphic Design, Weddings

Waste Management Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164 Utilities

The BindleStick Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259 Coffee Houses, Beer, Where to Meet

We Speak Medicare Maria Myers (206) 963-3459 Insurance

The Entrepreneur’s Source Wes Barker (425) 657-0339 Consultants, Professional Services

Weaver Financial Steve Weaver (425) 292-3295 Financial Planning

The Pearson Law Firm, P.S. Michele G. Pearson (425) 831-3100 Legal Services, Attorneys

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Kay Jordon (425) 369-2641 Mortgage

The Ridge Supermarket Tyler Myers/ Charlie McKissick (425) 396-1340 Grocery Stores

Whidbey Bank Charlotte Jacobs (425) 449-6709 Banks

The Swirl Debbie Masters (425) 292-0909 Restaurants

White Board, The Audrey Slade (425) 557-3663 Coworking, Event Faciities, Where to Meet

Timber Ridge at Talus Scott Doherty (425) 427-2929 Senior Housing

White Horse Promotional Products Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557 Marketing, Professional Services

Studio 202 Sarah Kieffer (425) 753-2251 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products

TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club Kipp Johnson/ Lainie Colburn (425) 396-6000 Golf, Chamber of Commerce Events

Woodman Lodge Peter LeHay (425) 888-4441 Restaurants, American, Where to Meet

SubTerra, Inc. Chris Breeds (425) 888-5425 Engineering

Trefoil Group, Inc. Darryl Wright (425) 243-4589 Professional Services

South Fork Geosciences Andrew Glandon (425) 831-2023 Engineering, Professional Services Spacelabs Healthcare Janet Story 425-396-3300 Manufacturing Spear Home Inspection Inc Gregg Spear (425) 888-4470 Real Estate, Home Inspection, Professional Services SR Benefits Consulting Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 Insurance Stanton Plumbing Inc. Mark Lowe (425) 471-0873 Plumbing, Contractors State Farm Insurance Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421 Insurance State Representative Jay Rodne Issaquah, WA Individual, Government Sterling Bank Rob Wotton (425) 888-1616 Banks Sterling Bank Home Loans Michelle Virta (425) 890-4511 Mortgage Steve’s Doughnuts Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014 Bakeries, Breakfast STS Landscape and Construction Services Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754 Landscaping Tree Services

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Teens and kids have a place to hang out and be themselves, with plenty of afternoon and evening programs at the Snoqualmie Y and Community Center.

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA


he YMCA took root in the Snoqualmie Valley in July 1924 when the Community Hall was constructed in the town of Snoqualmie Falls. Through almost five decades and two buildings, the Community Hall YMCA was the community social center for concerts, plays, dances, volleyball, tennis and more. Since the closing of the Community Hall in 1971, the Y has lived on in the community in child care, summer camp and its Adventure Guides programs. Then, in 2010, the City of Snoqualmie and the YMCA of Greater Seattle finalized an operating agreement that would bring a YMCA facility back to the Valley. On January 1, 2012, the doors to the new Snoqualmie Valley YMCA opened. The YMCA is committed to lasting personal and social change, and strengthening community is its cause. Every day, staff work side-by-side with neighbors and community partners to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. The YMCA has a menu of programs that includes beforeand afterschool child care programs, family and teen activities and summer activities. Membership allows community members access to a wide variety of group exercise classes, state of the art equipment and free child care. All programming focuses on the YMCA’s three pillars of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The staff supports program and facility members by nurturing the development of children and teens, equipping and encouraging people to improve their health and well-being and mobilizing citizens to bring about lasting social change in the Valley and beyond. Whether you are looking for a safe place for your child, an engaging and energetic atmosphere to get healthy, a fun birthday party location or simply a place to hold a meeting for your local soccer team or Boy Scout Troop, the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA welcomes you. For membership and program information, contact the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA at (425) 256-3115. Find the Y on the web at snovalleyymca.org or like them on Facebook.

When weather gets real When an emergency strikes, locals can reach out to local police, county and city officials for help in flood preparedness, dealing with storms and power outages, or other disasters.

emergency assistance, always dial 9-1-1. Sign up for general email news and alerts by writing to info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us. Also, check the city’s Facebook page for emergency information. In North Bend, you can sign up for emergency e-mail alerts. These could be weather related, an amber alert, or other important information that citizens may benefit from. Learn more at northbendwa.gov/list.aspx. For Public Works emergencies, call (425) 736-7697. In Carnation, you can contact the Public Works department for emergencies: (425) 333-4484.

Puget Sound Energy

King County Flood Control

Visit the Puget Sound Energy emergency webpage, http://pse.com/, to report an outage, get outage updates, get prepared or learn about electric safety. You can also get outage updates on Twitter and Facebook. Report power outages by calling (888) 2255773.

North Bend, Snoqualmie Carnation

Visit the King County website, www.kingcounty. gov/environment/waterandland/flooding/warningsystem.aspx, for up-to-date information on flooding, or to sign up for timely flood alerts.

Floodzilla Floodzilla, the Lower Valley-based flood watch website, gathers online data to predict when floods will hit the region. The website uses water levels on the river and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts to give its e-mail and Twitter subscribers advance warning, often up to a week. There are also real-time gauges and river cameras.Learn more about Floodzilla River Forecasts at floodzilla.com.

The following communications resources are available for you to stay up-to-date on current local emergencies, learn what you can do to help yourself or your neighbors during an emergency, or to request assistance. Seth Truscott/Staff Photo Snoqualmie and North A snowplow makes a pass in Snoqualmie Homeless Bend residents can during a winter storm. Weather can shelter contact the Snoqualmie mean business in the Valley, so be pre- The Valley Renewal Center Police Station at (425) pared and make a plan. 888-3333, or call 911. is the Snoqualmie Valley’s shelter for the homeless Starting in 2014, the population. It is run by a group of concerned, Snoqualmie police department covers the city of compassion-in-action volunteers whose nonprofit North Bend. mission is to provide a warm, safe environment Emergency alerts are on the radio for the cities of for up to 40 men, women and families, at the Snoqualmie and North Bend at AM Radio 1650. Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter. In a disaster, the Snoqualmie Emergency They formed in the winter of 2012 in response Operations Center can be reached at EOC@ to the public’s concern for the Valley’s homeless ci.snoqualmie.wa.us or by calling (425) 888-5911. neighbors. The long-term vision is to, one day, have a year-round shelter that would not only The EOC is open during local emergencies and offer shelter but also provide valuable connections disasters to provide information to the public as to social services. needed or requested. Citizens may contact the EOC to request specific information or find out For information, visit www.valleyrenewalcenter. about community resources that may be availcom. Or, contact the center by mail at PO Box 1753, able during an emergency. However, for personal Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

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NORTH BEND BUSINESSES FROM 4 The menu has grown to include kid-friendly items, too, but the latest exciting addition might be a surprise. "We've got bacon now!" he says. "That's huge in the Snoqualmie Valley!" Eurolounge Creperia and Coffee is open from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Find them at 129 West North Bend Way, online at www.euroloungecreperia.com, or call (425) 677-4727.

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Valley residents circle in time at Sallal Grange’s monthly contra dance, which includes a meal and a waltz lesson. Contra dances are held the third Friday of each month at the hall.

North Bend’s Sallal Grange Club is a community force for education, entertainment


he Grange is America’s oldest continually operating fraternal organization. It’s been at the forefront of working for women’s rights, farmer’s rights, and the preservation of the family farm. With deep roots in North Bend, the Sallal Grange is dedicated to supporting the Valley and nourishing local food, local music, and community. The first Friday of the month is Grangestock, a regular potluck and open mic night. The third Friday of the month, in season, features contra dancing, with live bands and boisterous callers. The Grange also hosts a monthly community game night, Project Linus no-sew blanket bees, rummage sales, holiday bazaars, LAN gaming parties, world-class musicians and fundraisers. Grange members collect cheese and dairy items for the local food bank every week, and support other charitable donations, scholarships and grants. The Grange’s historic hall is available for rent for your next event. Grange membership costs $43, and comes with discounts to events, as well as the great feeling of reestablishing community in the Valley. Sallal Grange is located at 12912 432nd Ave. S.E., North Bend. For more information, visit sallalgrange.org.

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The Snoqualmie Valley’s young jazz heads learn their chops on weeknights at North Bend’s jazz club, Boxley’s Place. Club founder Danny Kolke stands, center.

All that jazz Jazz grooves nightly from the historic former McGrath Hotel, now home to Boxley’s Jazz Club. The club serves up a full dinner menu, and there’s a full bar and cozy lounge in the back. The real draw here, though is the jazz music. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the club has a local focus, bringing students from Mount Si High School and Valley middle schools to the stage. Professionals play Thursday through Sunday. Thursday is date night, and features softer music. Saturdays are the biggest groups, and more boisterous. Club founder Danny Kolke plays with his jazz trio most Sundays. Boxley’s is located at 101 W North Bend Way, North Bend. Get directions and check out a calendar of live music at www.boxleysplace.com/web.

North Bend Theatre Retro fads come and go, but the classic look of the 73 year-old North Bend Theatre is here to stay. The Art Deco building has endured through decades of movies and community events, two renovations and a recent digital modernization that will keep the names of the latest releases on the theater’s marquee every week. Although you’ll find the latest amenities inside, including an espresso machine in the concessions area Seth Truscott/Record Photo and in the auditorium, cup-holders Independent North Bend Theatre hosts a variety of for those lattes and more leg room modern, digital and traditional films. in your seats, thanks to a turn-ofthe-century update, the exterior, down to the replica of the neon sign and the outside ticket, remains true to the 1941 opening of the building. Besides being the go-to spot for community gatherings and first-run movies, the North Bend Theatre also features the Banff Film Festival each December, kicked off by the North Bend Amateur Film Festival, and is a regular stop on the itinerary of the Twin Peaks Festival each August. Local film students also debut their works at the theater each spring in the Wildcat Film Festival. Find out what’s now showing at http://northbendtheatre.com.

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SNOQUALMIE BUSINESSES FROM 4 Other Candy Factory favorites are the deli sandwiches like the Hawaiian ham sandwich or the Nutty Gobbler. Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory is located at 8102 Railroad Ave. S.E. You can order some of Wes and Sharon’s taffies, fudges and brittles online at www. snofallscandy.com.

It’s a popular destination for sightseers and outdoorsy types, with its comfortable fireplace and living-room feel. Fetherolf differentiates her shop from the big chains by sourcing her beverages and snacks locally. She hosts ‘Beat the Geek’ trivia nights every Thursday, and also schedules wine-and-painting sessions.

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Find 13 brews, plus seasonal selections, on tap at Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, in the historic downtown. Above, manager Stacy Simpson pours a glass.

Revived lodge and brews

For refreshment and nourishment, consider the popular Snoqualmie Falls Brewpub, just up the street from Carmichael’s, or, if your taste run more formal, the painstakingly-restored Woodman Lodge, 38601 S.E. King St. If you belly up to the bar at the Woodman, though, watch your ankles—the bar is surrounded by a working brass spittoon, and flushed regularly with water. Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company brews 13 outstanding beers as part of a rotating selection of seasonal and special brews. Its Valley-made beer is available at the taproom as well as in stores in Washington and northern Idaho . The Taproom is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, serving topnotch beers and delicious food served in a family-friendly setting. The Woodman Lodge Restaurant and bar, located downtown, offers a oneof-a-kind historic experience. The restored former lodge of the Modern Woodmen of America has a 19th-century vibe, with some of the best steaks you’ll find anywhere in Western Washington. The Woodman offers dinner Tuesday through Sunday nights, as well as brunch on the weekends, happy hour Tuesday through Friday, and an extensive wine list. Discover the Woodman at 38601 S.E. King St. or visit woodmanlodge.com.

Italian cooking

Those seeking a taste of Italy should check out Chamber member Gianfranco Ristorante Italiano. This small, family-run restaurant, in business for 12 years on Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie, specializes in Southern Italian cuisine and uses seasonal, local flavors to create delicious meals. The restaurant is owned by head chef Joe Dollente, Leanne Dillon, Brian Dillon, Kevin Dillon and Katie Dillon, a family passionate about good food, good wine, and sharing these things to make amazing memories. There’s a large Italian wine list, and gluten free pasta options. Hours are 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily.

Your living room coffee shop

Play a game of chess, take part in a trivia competition or learn to paint while sipping wine, beer, or coffee by Middle Fork Roasters at SnoValley Coffee Co. on Snoqualmie Ridge. Chamber member Jacqui Fetherolf opened the shop in 2013.

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Jacqui Fetherolf and staff at Sno Valley Coffee Co. on Snoqualmie Ridge, above. Below, manager Brianna Kelly serves up a brisket sandwich at Mo Barbecue in Snoqualmie.

Folks come to Mo for the meat. Mo Barbecue, which opened in 2012 in historic Snoqualmie, serves up Texas-style smoked, slow-cooked cut. Popular items include the brisket and pulled pork sandwiches. Beef gets slow-roasted overnight for 12 hours, while the ribs go in for three hours every morning. The smoke comes from mesquite-wood pallets. The biggest compliment Mo gets, manager Brianna Kelly says, comes from visiting Texans who say this is close to home.

Coffee and beer

Brews of both the beer and coffee variety, art and live music mingle at The Bindlestick, a coffee and pub in downtown Snoqualmie and a Chamber member business. Owner Rachelle Armstrong runs this coffeehouse, where art by friends and locals graces the walls, a variety of beers chills in the fridge, and organic Cafe Vita coffee is served. The atmosphere is laid-back at the Bindlestick, “a great place to meet friends, hang out, catch up, listen to music,” says Armstrong, who fills the place with live bands and holds summer shows in the beer garden out back. Happy hour is 4 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Bindlestick is located at 8010 Railroad Ave Se, Snoqualmie. Seth Truscott/Record Photo

Bindlestick owner Rachelle Armstrong clinks a glass with regular Lee Shafford, who comes for the beer, or the coffee, based on the time of day and what’s he’s accomplished.

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Leadership: Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce proudly serves our region by promoting business and helping maintain a healthy economic environment in our community. We work collaboratively with business owners, government leaders and community organizations to strengthen our local economy and plan for our region’s future. The Chamber represents a wide range of Valley businesses including high-tech, industrial, family-owned and home-based businesses. Professionals from all industries are welcome, and the Chamber offers a menu of member benefits and activities. We provide marketing and advertising programs, networking opportunities, education, advocacy, support and other services to nearly 300 members each year. For membership information, please visit our website at www. snovalley.org or call the Chamber Office at (425) 888-6362.

TOM WATSON President, Brown and Sterling (425) 222-6374

PAUL TREDWAY Past President, Sallal Water Association (425) 888-3650

GINA ESTEP Vice President City of North Bend (425) 888-7640

DANNY EVATT Treasurer, Coldwell Banker Danforth (425) 677-5663

CINDY WALKER Secretary North Bend Theatre (425) 246-1336

CAROLYN SIMPSON Individual member (425) 890-2239

TOM SROUFE Brookwater Fund (425) 444-0822

NANCY TUCKER City of Snoqualmie (425) 888-1555

LINDSEY LARSON Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, (425) 831-3329

STEVE PENNINGTON Steve’s Doughnuts (425) 301-1014

LOUISE WALL Northwest Premium Services (206) 240-0189

ROSS BENTLEY Performance Rules (425) 283-7482

MARY LOU DREHER Take Shape for Life (425) 381-4029

ROB WOTTON Sterling Bank (425) 888-1616

ANDREW GLANDON South Fork Geosciences (425) 831-2023

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Important phone numbers Cable TV


Comcast Snoq. Pass Cable TV Powder Vision, Fall City

(877) 824-2288 (425) 434-6360 (425) 222-6363

Puget Sound Energy Tanner Electric

(800) 321-4123 (425) 888-0623

Puget Sound Energy

(800) 321-4123

Ames Lake Water Assoc. City of North Bend (Public Works Dept) City of Snoqualmie (Public Works Dept) Fall City Water Dist. Riverbend Home Assoc. Sallal Water Assoc. Snoq. Pass Utility Dist. Wilderness Rim Assoc.

(425) 222-7003 (425) 888-0486 (425) 831-4919 (425) 222-7882 (425) 888-4564 (425) 888-3650 (425) 434-6600 (425) 888-0087

Century Link Comcast

(800) 201-4099 (877) 870-4310

Dept. of Licensing

(425) 888-4040

Sno Falls Licensing

(425) 888-8705

Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle Metro Rider Info (metro.kingcounty.gov)

(425) 888-7001 (800) 542-7876

King County

(206) 296-8683

Valley Record SnoValley Star

(425) 888-2311 (425) 392-6434

Snoqualmie Valley School District #410

(425) 831-8000

Fall City North Bend Opstad Snoqualmie Cascade View

(425) 831-4000 (425) 831-8400 (425) 831-8300 (425) 831-8050 (425) 831-4100

Chief Kanim Snoqualmie Twin Falls

(425) 831-8225 (425) 831-8450 (425) 831-4150

Mount Si Two Rivers Alternative

(425) 831-8100 (425) 888-4394


Natural Gas Water


Driver’s License Vehicle License Plates Transportation

Voter Registration

Community Newspapers Schools

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools High Schools

Fall City North Bend Snoqualmie

Hospitals Overlake Hospital Medical Center Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

(425) 222-5951 (425) 888-0554 (425) 888-1223 (425) 688-5000 (425) 831-2300

Clinics Meadowbrook Urgent Care North Bend Family Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Women’s Clinic Snoqualmie Specialty Clinic Primary Care Clinic at SV Hospital Snoqualmie Hospital Rehab Clinic Swedish Hospital, Issaquah Swedish Physicians Clinic, Snoqualmie

(425) 831-0777 (425) 888-5511 (425) 396-7682 (425) 831-1120 (425) 831-2313 (425) 831-2333 (425) 831-2376 (206) 386-6000 (425) 888-2016

Health and Human Services Alcohol/Drug Helpline Children’s Response Center Crisis Clinic Eastside Literacy Council (Hopelink) Encompass Evergreen Care Network Friends of Youth Health Dept. Eastside Office KC Sexual Assault Resource Center Snoqualmie Valley Food Band Mount Si Senior Center Sno Valley Senior Center Sno-Valley Hopelink Teen Line

(206) 722-3700 (425) 688-5130 (866) 4-CRISIS (425) 869-6000 (425) 888-2777 (425) 899-3200 (425) 888-4151 (800) 244-4512 (888) 998-6423 (425) 888-0096 (425) 888-3434 (425) 333-4152 (425) 333-4163 (206) 722-4222

Service Clubs Fall City Community Assoc. (see Hauglie Agency) Masonic Lodge, Fall City Masonic Lodge, North Bend Moose Lodge Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley Sallal Grange Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Club Sno Valley Community Network Sno Valley Eagles Sno Valley American Legion Sno Valley VFW Post 9476

Youth Organizations

Encompass 4-H of King County Si View Metro Parks Si View Pool Snoqualmie Valley Little League Snoqualmie Valley Youth Hub (now Si View) SV Youth Soccer Association Wildcat Junior Football Association

(425) 222-5881 info@fallcitylodge.com goodwinmd@comcast.net (425) 888-0951 (425) 503-6391 (425) 831-2274 (425) 531-1383 (425) 333-6614 (425) 888-1129 (425) 333-6792 (425) 223-9135 (425) 888-2777 (206) 205-3152 (425) 831-1900 (425) 888-1447 info@svll-net (425) 831-1900 www.snvysa.org (425) 888-9758

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