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Best Park: Si View Metro Parks Si View Park and Community Center was again our readers’ choice for the Best Park in the Valley. The 76-year-old facility is a hub for many community events, including the Festival at Mount Si, or Alpine Days, if you prefer, so we asked what makes Si View so special. “If you or your family have been a long-time Snoqualmie Valley resident, then Si View is typically associated with a positive memory in your life,” said Si View recreation program supervisor Minna Rudd. “Time and time again, residents stop by our office sharing childhood memories of swim lessons, basketball games and community celebrations, activities they experienced in their youth and are now eager to share with their grandchildren!” It doesn’t hurt that, as a special purpose district, Si View and its staff are entirely focused on providing great parks, both in service and in facilities, to the public. “We are thrilled to see our community grow and thrive, and both our staff and elected officials are committed to enhancing the quality of the community’s life through recreation programs,” said Rudd.

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Denise Atkinson’s Heritage Gifts jewelry studio is a space where genealogical magic happens. “I am a genealogist and went to the University of Washington for the genealogy and family-history program twice,” Atkinson began. “Genealogy and my heritage are really important to me because I grew up with my grandparents and my great grandparents and all their stories.” Atkinson, a Chicago native who said her heart has always been in Seattle, started her business with 40 pieces of clay jewelry and, once she sold them all, started working with other materials. She crafts traditional and statement pieces, sometimes made from up-cycled materials like spoons and forks found at yard sales, on Craigslist or through trades. Customers also directly bring her senti-


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mental silverware to turn into jewelry for their children, a true testament to the “Heritage” in the store’s name. “The old saying in Chicago was, ‘Use everything but the squeal,’ because my grandparents were from the old stockyard neighborhood and they never wasted anything. So, I try to come up with different ideas for how to use every piece.” Atkinson works at Two Rivers School and the Si View Community Center, but she said she started her jewelry business roughly four years ago as part of her five-year plan to try to build a jewelry business while easing into retirement. She said what she hopes people take away from her pieces are simply nostalgia and quality. “I think people like it when they see it, it brings them back just a little bit,” she stated. “It makes them feel like home, or when they were a kid.” Atkinson sells her pieces at farmers markets and local businesses like the Black Dog Cafe. She said she’s received a lot of support as a businesswoman and has been invited to be an Artisans for Action at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup this year. “There’s lots of entrepreneurship (in the Valley),” she stated, mentioning photographer Mary Miller and The Healing Garden Massage Therapy owner Heather Ryan. “I see the community going towards and artsy kind of feel.”


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Left: Frankie’s Pizza’s North Bend store manager Heidi Ayres preps for a busy Friday night on March 20. Above: A pizza-box still life at Frankie’s Pizza in North Bend.

Best Pizza: Frankie’s Pizza Valley monuments are pretty obvious: Mount Si, a roving elk herd, the Snoqualmie Falls – but when talking to residents about Frankie’s Pizza, it’s hard not to group it with local landmarks.

Frankie’s Pizza opened in 1988 and is currently owned by Jim and Frankie Westlake and Chris Garcia, who started working there in 1989. “(We) work hard,” said Garcia of North Bend. “We have great people who work for us and it’s a fun business to be in. It has its challenges at times, but so does everything.” Frankie’s Pizza serves traditional and gourmet pizzas, ranging from cheese to elaborate pesto pies. What started as a Valley staple eventu-

ally spread to Issaquah, Maple Valley, Enumclaw and Bonney Lake. When asked why Frankie’s has a special place in the hearts of Valley locals, Garcia attributes the love to quality service. “We try to make quality pizza and offer good service and just try our best,” Garcia continued. “We’re not perfect. If we mess up, we just try to make it right with people and work hard.” Although serving a quality product is an obvious, essential quality for an award-winning

business, most attribute Frankie’s fame to sheer community service and generosity. Frankie’s Pizza sponsors two $500 scholarships for Mount Si High School graduates annually and donates to so many events that Garcia can't list them all. “I think that we do a pretty good job of giving back,” he said. “We do a ton of donations, scholarships, community volunteer work — we’re pretty active in the community and I couldn’t even tell you how many things we sponsor.” North Bend’s manager Heidi

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Financial Services Winner: Sno Falls Credit Union Finalists: Opus bank; Jeff Warren, State Farm Insurance Agent

Handyman Winner: Ty Olson-Ty’s Handyman Service Finalists: Troy Hallamore; Mr. K’s Construction Inc

Hardware/ Home & Garden Winner: North Bend ACE Hardware Finalists: Carmichael’s True Value; The Nursery at Mount Si

Home Cleaning Services Winner: The Cleaning Authority Finalists: Louise Wall-Northwest Premium Services; TIE - Alana Clark and Atomic Cleaning

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Winner: Tessa Wyrsch, John L Scott Finalists: Don Bleha, RE/MAX Integrity; David Cook, Cook RE

Winner: Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Finalists: Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life; Sallal Grange

Winner: Scott’s Dairy Freeze Finalists: North Bend Bar & Grill; Herfy’s Burger & BBQ


Place for Family Outing

Winner: Birches Habitat Finalists: North Bend ACE Hardware; Selah Gifts

Tax Services Winner: Brown and Sterling, Attorneys at Law Finalists: Krona & Krona, CPAs; H&R Block

Unique Gifts Winner: Birches Habitat Finalists: Selah Gifts; Down to Earth Flowers + Gifts

FAVORITES Children’s Activity

Winner: Hauglie Insurance Agency, Inc. Finalists: Jeff Warren, State Farm Insurance Agent; Ken Rustad, State Farm

Winner: Si View Metro Parks Finalists: IGNITE Dance & Yoga; Kidz Bounce

Real Estate Agency Winner: John L Scott Finalists: The Cascade Team; Re/Max Integrity



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Winner: North Bend Bar & Grill Finalists: Mount Si Golf Course; Salish Lodge and Spa

Winner: Huxdotter Specialty Coffee Finalists: Pioneer Coffee Roasting Company; Wanted Espresso


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Restaurant Winner: North Bend Bar & Grill Finalists: Woodman Lodge Steakhouse and Saloon; Boxley’s Place

Romantic Place Winner: The Attic at Salish Lodge and Spa Finalists: Gianfranco Ristorante Italiano; Salish Dining Room

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Winner: Frankie’s Pizza Finalists: Papa Murphy’s Pizza; Uncle Si’s Pizza


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Winner: Boxley’s Place Finalists: The Black Dog; Raging River Cafe

Winner: North Bend Bar & Grill Finalists: The Pour House; Snoqualmie Falls Brewery

Winner: George’s Bakery Finalists: Scott’s Dairy Freeze; The Swirl

Winner: Mount Si Golf Course Finalists: Cascade Golf; TPC at Snoqualmie Ridge

Winner: Got Rice Finalists: TIE - Trapper’s Sushi and Yum Yang; Gianfranco Ristorante Italiano




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Winner: Cascade Heated Self Storage Finalists: Ole Cedar Mill Mini Storage; Snoqualmie Ridge Storage

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Winner: North Bend Bar & Grill Finalists: The Attic at Salish Lodge and Spa; The Pour House

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Reader’s choice awards: winners and finalists HEALTH Chiropractic

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Hair Salon

Winner: Si View Park Finalists: Centennial Fields; EJ Roberts

Winner: Bob Venera, North Bend Finalists: Brian Busby, Snoqualmie; Darby Summers, Snoqualmie

Winner: Bella Vita Spa & Salon Finalists: TIE - Delphinium Salon, Hair Ink; Destiny by Design


Law Firm

Winner: Roger Cleven, QFC North Bend Finalists: Richard Sparks, QFC; Liaqat Ahmed Sheikh, Safeway

Winner: Brown and Sterling, Attorneys at Law Finalists: Pearson Law Firm; Law Office of David Speikers

Favorite Event

Winner: Straight Chiropractic Finalists: Brad Kaasa; Alpine Chiropractic

Winner: Festival at Mount Si Finalists: North Bend Block Party; Snoqualmie Railroad Days

Dentist Winner: Kelly Garwood Finalists: Kerry Bailey, Alpine Dental Care; Dr. Browning

Place of Worship Winner: Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church Finalists: Our Lady of Sorrows; Cascade Covenant


Place to Work

Winner: Dr. Maurice Doerfler Finalists: Mark Kasper; Dr. Dean Steele

Winner: Sno Falls Credit Union Finalists: TIE - Edge Physical Therapy & Rehab and Frankie’s Pizza; Si View Metro Parks

Fitness Venue Winner: Mt Si Sports + Fitness Finalists: Snoqualmie Valley YMCA; Si View Metro Parks

Preschool Winner: North Bend Montessori, Inc. Finalists: Spark-IGNITE Dance and Yoga; Rooster Valley Farm School

Licensed Massage Therapist Winner: Heather Ryan, Healing Garden Massage Finalists: Aimee Bahr LMP, Edge PT & Rehab; Nicole Braithwaite

PEOPLE Winner: Ken Hearing, North Bend Mayor Finalists: Matt Larson, Snoqualmie Mayor; David Cook, North Bend Councilman

Winner: Peak Sports/John Zanas Finalists: Edge Physical Therapy; North Bend Physical Therapy

Winner: Gina Estep, North Bend Finalists: Mark Pray, North Bend; Steve McCulley, Snoqualmie

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Community Volunteer

Winner: The Nursery at Mount Si Finalists: Remlinger Farms; Bybee-Nims Farms

Winner: Bev Jorgensen Finalists: Nels Melgaard; Danny Kolke


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Winner: Sean Absher, Snoqualmie Finalists: Steve Mculley; Kim Stonebraker

Winner: Mt Si Pet Salon (ACE) Finalists: U-Dirty Dog!; Pet Place Market

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Winner: Chris Garcia, Frankie’s Pizza Finalists: Wendy Thomas, Carmichael’s; Nancy Wray, Birches Habitat

Winner: Mary J. Miller Photography Finalists: TIE - Christy Trotto Photography, Joy Baumsgard, Photography by Joy; Brenda Huckle, Genuine Image

Winner: Sally Rankin-Gabel/North Bend Montessori Finalists: Katie Bergerson, SPARK/Ignite; TIE - Kim Sales, Mount Si High School, and Tricia Benson/Jen Ward, Rooster Valley Farm School

Senior Health Care Winner: Sno-Valley Senior Center Finalists: Red Oak Residence; Mount Si Transitional Health Center

Service Station Winner: Wyrsch’s Shell Finalists: Safeway Gas; Chaplins North Bend



Auto Services Winner: Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet Finalists: North Bend Automotive; Model Garage

Winner: North Bend Animal Clinic Finalists: Dr. Mike Treuting; Snoqualme Ridge Veterinary Hospital

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Best Farm: The Nursery at Mount Si Nels Melgaard said the Nursery at Mount Si started from a simple sign, planted 17 years ago: “Plant Sale, 1 Mile.” Melgaard’s nursery has arguably the best view of the mountain from a North Bend businesses’ doorstep, but he said that wasn’t planned because, frankly, neither was his award-winning business. In search of land, Melgaard and his wife, Anne, a school teacher, moved here from Maple Valley in the early 1980s. They began Fortune Farms, an organic produce farm, and transitioned into ornamentals and away from farmers markets around the time their second child was born. “Even years before when I started the nursery,” Melgaard began, “when I moved out here, I had about three trailer-loads of pots in my front yard of things I dug from my other property, so people were stopping, right as we moved in (and asking), ‘Are you starting a nursery or something?’ It wasn’t even really on my radar. “I was working construction at the time and selling real estate and then I met some people who had a small, organic vegetable farm and I got some greenhouses... it just evolved. I never set out with a business plan… it just happened.”

Best Vet: North Bend Animal Clinic

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Top: The Nursery at Mount Si founder Nels Melgaard stands inside of his greenhouse among a plethora of perennials. Right: Nursery staff work on the grounds. The nursery sources its plants almost exclusively from mom-and-pop growers in Oregon, what he described as the “mecca” of commercial, wholesale nurseries. Melgaard said they’re a grower-direct nursery, which means they take rooted cuttings and repot them. People can also bring their own pots and wish lists and they’ll make specialized displays. He’s quick to note that working in a nursery isn’t spending your days smelling the roses. Melgaard said they make 90 percent of their income from March to June and described a typical work day as a high-maintenance retail environment. People “think it’s kind of

passive and you just get to tip-toe through the tulips, but it’s ball-busting, constant work… You’re fighting the elements all the time. North Bend’s very unforgiving at times and we get stuck in the wet and rain.” When asked why he thinks the Valley has been so receptive to the nursery, he said it’s thanks to his knowledgeable staff, although he said the support of his wife’s stable

These people don’t need last names any more. The dedicated locals who consistently make the list for readers’ choice of Best Community Volunteer have become household names. There’s Bev Jorgenson, a North Bend resident and chairperson for the Valley’s Relay for Life event. “I want to be a volunteer, that’s my passion,” she said. “I want to help. If I could afford to just be a volunteer and not do anything else, then I would devote my life to that.” And there’s Nels Melgaard, who you’ve already read about as owner of the Best Farm in the Valley, The Nursery at Mount Si. Melgaard wears many hats in the community, including business owner, Grange board member and wrestling coach, although he’s had to limit his activities for health reasons. He doesn’t deny very many requests. “If my name is synonymous with The Nursery at Mount Si, well the Nursery doesn’t say no often to any organization that wants to do something,” he said. And there’s Danny Kolke, creator of the acclaimed Boxley’s Place, Boxley Music Fund, and two of the Valley’s newest big events, the North Bend Jazz and Blues Walks. It all centers on music for Kolke, a professional musician himself. He created the Boxley Music Fund to support live music events, and his restaurant hosts student performances every week, in addition to live music every night. He said he started the club almost six years ago, because there weren’t many jazz clubs that kids could go to. “Our goal with the music fund is to support the community,” he said.

income during the economic downturn kept his business from going under. He also organizes summer concerts and evening events to keep the community engaged. “(The nursery’s) kind of a minor institution, I guess,” he stated. “We’ve got a great customer base, but it’s a tough business… We’re the upper-Valley plant place, and we don’t take that for granted.”

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Best Firefighter: Bob Venera

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Bob Venera, longtime firefighter in North Bend and recently transferred to Issaquah, was top of the list in the votes for firefighters in the 2015 Best of the Valley reader survey. It’s not a new spot for the 20-year veteran of North Bend’s Station 87. He was a winner in 2011, as well. Venera grew up in the Valley, graduating from Mount Si High School in 1981, and watching the community change dramatically over the years. “A few big (changes) stand out,” Venera wrote in an e-mail message to the Record. “Going from mainly volunteer — it was just my dad (Jerry Venera, a firefighter for 10 years and eventually the North Bend Fire Chief ) and Tom Needham as the paid crew — to career personnel, starting of the paramedic unit to today having two paramedics. North Bend and the Upper Snoqualmie Valley are so lucky to have a medic unit stationed there. And (building) the new fire station.” He’s also seen a few big incidents, such as the explosion in North Bend last spring, and the Nov. 24, 2011, apartment fire that injured two people and displaced dozens of residents for the holidays. He received one of Eastside Fire & Rescue’s first-ever awards, a life-saving award, for his actions at that fire. “I just happened to be driving past and saw Snoqualmie Fire (the North Bend engine was on a separate CPR call on I-90) just arriving, so I stopped to help them. Once the fire was knocked down, I was getting ready to leave, when a KCP officer ran around the corner and said a women was having a heart attack. So we went back there and started CPR and we revived her.” He had a few role models in his career, including Scott Foster and Ken Alm, both firefighters who retired earlier this year. “Combined they had somewhere in the neighborhood of 70 years in the fire service,” Venera wrote. “Scott was a longtime volunteer with Snoqualmie, a fire dispatcher and then a paid firefighter. Ken was originally hired by my dad with the North Bend Fire Department. He finished his career as a lieutenant with Eastside Fire and served a long time at the station on the North end of the Pine Lake Plateau.” Asked what one thing he would like everyone to know about fire prevention and safety, he had a ready answer. “Hands down smoke detectors save lives. That’s an easy one.”

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