2015 Snoqualmie Valley
Business Directory & Community Guide YOUR GUIDE TO SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL ECONOMY
ACTIVITIES • BUSINESS • DINING • EVENTS • SERVICES • SHOPPING • SCHOOLS • RECREATION • PARKS
SNOQUALMIE VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.SnoValley.org
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Chamber staff members Kaylee Hardman and CEO Lizzy Billington get in the holiday spirit for Snoqualmie’s Winter Magic event in December.
• Welcome, Chamber programs 3 • Chamber Board of Directors 4 • Explore Snoqualmie 6 • Business Directory 8-41 • North Bend destinations 11 • Snoqualmie Tribe & Casino 14 • Breweries and beer 18 • Fall City’s charms 19 • Wineries 21 • Map of Valley attractions 24-25 • Calendar of events 26 & 27 • 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
C reative Design Wendy Fried, Melanie Morgan, Diana Nelson Advertising David Hamilton Account email@example.com Executive Circulation/ Distribution firstname.lastname@example.org Mail PO Box 300, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Phone 425.888.2311 Fax 425.888.2427
Guide to the Valley
elcome to your first stop for resources in the Snoqualmie Valley. This is the 2015 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory, a collection of essential information, whether you’re a Valley native or new to the community. Inside, you’ll also find introductions to local cities, emergency services, the Snoqualmie Valley school district, and information on where to find shopping, live entertainment and, if you’re in a volunteering frame of mind, the perfect opportunities to get involved in your community. Located in the heart of the Mountains-to-Sound Greenway, the Snoqualmie Valley includes the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston, Fall City 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 breathtaking views. It offers an eclectic mix of dining and shopping, including the North Bend Premium Outlets. The area presents impressive hiking and bicycling trails and paths. Snoqualmie is best known for Snoqualmie Falls, attracting more than 1 million visitors from around the world each year. Water storms 268 feet over granite cliffs, for an amazing experience any time of year. In Snoqualmie, 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 Valley 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. This guide goes out to thousands of residents, and will also be available throughout the year at the visitor’s center, as well as the Valley Record office, located just across the street at 8124 Falls Ave., Snoqualmie. Learn more about the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce at http://www.snovalley.org, or call (425) 888-6362.
What the Chamber does for you Business development The Chamber partners with 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. It also works on behalf of the business community to communicate with city, county and state agencies to represent economic development. Contact CEO Lizzy Billington at email@example.com.
Valley Young Professionals The chamber’s Valley Young Professionals, aimed at connected business people 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 for business people 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. Learn more about the program at snovalley.org/vyp or find them on Facebook.
Community Events Building community is an essential part of the Chamber’s work, for those who live, work, or play here in the Valley. Look to the Chamber for more events like its spur-of-the-moment communitywide tailgate party, held just before the Seattle Seahawks played in their second consecutive Super Bowl, and for events that draw from the wider area, like the successful Winter Magic ice rink that drew thousands of visitors during the holidays.
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Leadership: Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
ANDREW GLANDON President, South Fork Geosciences (425) 831-2023
TOM WATSON Past President, Brown and Sterling (425) 222-6374
CAROLYN SIMPSON Vice President, Individual Member (425) 890-2239
CARLOS DE IMUS Treasurer, Edward Jones (425) 888-2068
CINDY WALKER Secretary North Bend Theatre (425) 246-1336
he 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.
DAVID EIFFERT Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company (425) 831-2357
JACQUELINE FAIRBRASS Feeling Absolutely Fabulous, LLC (206) 883-3482
STEVE PENNINGTON Steve’s Doughnuts (425) 301-1014
TIMOTHY WILLIAMS Sno Falls Credit Union (425) 831-3171
ROB WOTTON Sterling Bank (425) 888-1616
GEOFF DOY Individual Member (425) 888-1616
We provide marketing and advertising programs, networking opportunities, education, advocacy, support and other services to nearly 300 members each year. For membership information, visit website at www.snovalley.org or call the Chamber Office at (425) 888-6362.
TOM SROUFE Brookwater Fund (425) 444-0822
GINA ESTEP City of North Bend (425) 888-7640
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Snoqualmie, a place to visit and to live
Snoqualmie is 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 the Northwest Railway Museum, create a destination for scenic beauty and adventure. Snoqualmie is a special place to visit and to call home. It is a historic, yet youthful town of 12,300. Snoqualmie neighborhoods include historic downtown, the masterplanned community of Snoqualmie Ridge and rural homes. Thirty-five MATT LARSON percent of residents are Snoqualmie under the age of 18 and Mayor served by the awardwinning Snoqualmie Valley School District. A new elementary school is underway and Mount Si High School will be rebuilt with the newest technology. While tourism is the primary contributor to Snoqualmie’s economy, many large businesses are opening and relocating here, providing jobs and strengthening the economy. Small businesses offer shopping, restaurants and a wide range of professional services, and there is a newly built hospital in town. Snoqualmie is the official “Home of the Boeing Classic.” 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 is designated as a Tree City USA. Recreation is abundant for all ages and levels of fitness. There are 37 parks with many different amenities, more than 30 miles of maintained trails, hundreds of acres of open space, a large off-leash dog park, and access to regional trails for biking, hiking, and walking.
Contact Snoqualmie City Hall: 38624 SE River Street / PO Box 987 Phone: (425) 888-1555 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.cityofsnoqualmie.org
Seth Truscott/Record Photo
Snoqualmie Falls, 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 historic downtown Snoqualmie. The historic downtown area is centered on the Northwest Railway Museum’s 120-year-old depot and vintage rail cars. Snoqualmie Ridge includes community parks, dining and shopping options, while Snoqualmie Point Park and Snoqualmie Casino draw visitors for unparalleled views and gaming action. Shopping in Snoqualmie has to include a stop at Carmichael’s True Value Hardware. Owners Wendy Thomas and Brian Woolsey keep the place stocked with enough gifts, cards, games, decor and just plain fun stuff to ensure that residents and visitors alike will find some amusement inside, even if they only came for An inflatable moose plumbing supplies. head is a conver- Part of the mantra that sation starter at guided development Carmichael’s in Snoqualmie was the idea of connectivity, of residents being able to walk, jog or bike to jobs, shopping, entertainment or neighbors. Thanks to that focus, Snoqualmie Ridge includes
Teens hang out at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. some 20 miles of hiking trails, connecting neighborhoods to all parts of the city as well as the King County Snoqualmie-Preston Trail. Wildlife abounds in the greenbelts near trails in Snoqualmie. On Silent Creek trail near Stellar Park, walkers may feel like they’re in the forest. Snoqualmie Ridge hosts a number of sporting events catering to runners, basketball players and golfers, including the Boeing Classic PGA tournament. Some of the world’s best golfers compete on the Jack Nicklaus-designed course. Learn more at http://www.boeingclassic.com.
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Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association
A MODERN DAY MERCANTILE! Old Time Charm!
2015-16 Cascade FC Tryouts
Registration open April 1-May 31
Starting in Late April/Early May
Focused on crafting fine Bordeaux and Rhône Style Wines
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Spring Break Camp
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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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Located in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie
8086 Railroad Ave SE • DT Snoqualmie
Northwest Railway Museum
Scenic Train Rides & Tours, Saturdays & Sundays, April—October. Snoqualmie Depot, Exhibits, and Depot Bookstore.
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CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER BY CATEGORY Salish Lodge & Spa 6501 Railroad Avenue SE P.O. Box 1109 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Wendy Floyd (800) 272-5474 firstname.lastname@example.org Snoqualmie Lodge aka Jernie Inn 706 Yellowstone Trail Road Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068 Jeff & Bernie Schultek (425) 226-6217 email@example.com Nor West RV Park 45810 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCOUNTANTS Hauser Long, P.S. 10940 NE 33rd Place Suite 100, Bellevue D. Steven Hauser (425) 889-1778 email@example.com
Krona & Krona CPAâ€™s 39010 SE Delta Street PO Box 799, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 John Krona (425) 888-0916 Marshall Accounting, LLC PO Box 1281 Fall City, WA 98024 CPA Nancy Marshall (425) 444-1477 firstname.lastname@example.org
ART artEAST 95 Front Street N Issaquah Karen Abel (425) 392-3191 email@example.com Jeffrey L. Waters, Artist 6510 Fairway Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940 firstname.lastname@example.org Kim Starr Studio & Publishing 8320 Maple Avenue SE Snoqualmie Kim Starr (425) 681-7425 email@example.com
Northwest Framing Commercial 1964 4th Avenue S, Seattle Jessica Self (206) 336-2366 firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTORNEYS Brown & Sterling P.S. 4318 Preston-Fall City Road SE, PMB 940 Fall City, WA 98024 Tom Watson (425) 222-6374 Joner Baker, PLLC 35332 SE Center Street, Snoqualmie Matt Baker (425) 495-6273 email@example.com Law Office of David Speikers 32116 SE Redmond-Fall City Road Fall City, WA 98024 David Speikers (425) 222-0555 firstname.lastname@example.org
AUTO PARTS North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) 1120 E North Bend Way, North Bend Steve McConkey (425) 888-1112
AUTO REPAIR Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair 45830 SE North Bend Way PO Box 442 North Bend, WA 98045 Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 email@example.com Gearhead Garage 43424 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Starla Hamilton (425) 888-4330 firstname.lastname@example.org North Bend Auto Center 1208 Bendigo Blvd Suite A, North Bend Michael Allen (425) 888-7777 email@example.com CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER | PAGE 10
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AUTO REPAIR Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet 106 Main Avenue N, North Bend Mike Lawrence (425) 888-0781
Umpqua Bank 146 W. Second St PO Box 1433 North Bend, WA 98045 Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 firstname.lastname@example.org Union Bank 10900 NE 8th St, Bellevue Antonio Mason (425) 452-1881 email@example.com
Mt Si Pub 45530 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Rob Sherard (425) 831-6155 firstname.lastname@example.org
7729 Greenridge Court. SE, Snoqualmie Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014
Heritage Bank 1250 NW Mall Street, Issaquah Charlotte Jacobs (425) 394-4450 email@example.com Key Bank 7917 Center Boulevard SE, Snoqualmie Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000 Opus Bank 139 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Dennise McGregor (425) 831-1761
BEAUTY SALONS Acacia Hair Salon 7721 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 firstname.lastname@example.org Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC 7984 Falls Ave PO BOX 962 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Marie Everett (425) 888-4888 email@example.com
The Growler Station 458 SW Mt. Si Blvd. #B-1B North Bend, Washington 98045 Echo Schertz (425) 292-0088 firstname.lastname@example.org
Twin Star Car Wash 9002 Railroad Avenue SE PO Box 921 North Bend, WA 98045 Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981 email@example.com
Singletrack Cycles 119 W North Bend Way, North Bend Diane Morris (425) 888-0101 firstname.lastname@example.org
Snoqualmie Casino 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie Scott Smith (425) 888-1234 email@example.com
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Middle Fork Brewing 113 Bendigo Blvd. N, North Bend Nate Yocom (877) 272-8102 firstname.lastname@example.org
Carnation Chamber of Commerce PO Box 603 Carnation, WA 98014 Peggy McNamara, President email@example.com
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company & Taproom 8032 Falls Avenue, Snoqualmie Dave Eiffert (425) 831-2357 firstname.lastname@example.org
Duvall Chamber of Commerce 15619 Main Street PO Box 581 Duvall, WA 98019 Laurel Nehl (425) 788-9182 email@example.com CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER | PAGE 16
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Explore North Bend
Cyclists race around a corner in the Iron Horse Traverse, a multi-sport relay race that passes through North Bend during the day, and ends there with a big party, the Adventure Sport Festival.
North Bend hot spots Of course, there’s lots of recreation outside of the city, but North Bend itself has many interesting spots to visit: North Bend’s Visitor Information Center: Not just a place to get a map and directions, the VIC is also an art gallery. New shows are brought in periodically, although local artist Bob Antone’s Sasquatch sculpture outside the building may be a fixture now. Stop in for city information, and check out the work by local artists. Come on the right Saturday, and you can listen in for the VIC’s monthly storytelling sessions, or maybe even weave your own tale. 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 digital modernization that will keep the names of the latest releases on the theater’s marquee every week. 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, and is a regular stop on the itinerary of the Twin Peaks Festival. Learn more at http://northbendtheatre.com.
North Bend is a scenic and thriving community, known for its stunning views of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascades, and an impressive array of year-round recreation and cultural opportunities. The city’s parks and trails provide for hiking, fishing, bicycling, climbing, kayaking and wildlife observation; with options for snowboarding, snowshoeing and skiing in the immediate surrounding area. You can enjoy an eclectic mix of dining and shopping in historic downtown and at the Premium Outlet Stores. Whether you are a local looking for a night out in North Bend or are a visitor who 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. Drop into Twede’s Café for a piece of ‘Twin Peaks’ cherry pie. 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 the history of the Valley, or drop by the new Visitor’s Information Center/ Mountain View Gallery for information on area attractions and view local artwork. Join us for our annual events, including the Festival at Mount Si; Downtown Block Party; Si View Farmer’s Market and 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 sign up to receive city news under ‘Notify Me’ on the City’s website or like the North Bend Facebook page.
City Contact Information: File photo
Sallal Grange: The Sallal Grange and Community Dancers twirl at the monthly Sallal Grange Hall has become a place for people to come and contra dance. help the local area in any way they want. Examples include electronics recycling, a community game night, a semi-monthly Project Linus blanket bee, an open mic event, contra dances, fundraisers for local charities, a weekly dairy drive for the local food bank, concerts, rummage sales and holiday bazaars. Learn more at www.sallalgrange.org.
Phone: (425) 888-1211 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://northbendwa.gov Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/ North-Bend-WA/438037952888304
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KERRY E. BAILEY, D.D.S., P.L.L.C.
52 weeks of first-run films Birthday Parties Corporate Meetings Private Screenings On-Screen Advertising
A North Bend Tradition of Caring and Trusted Dentistry
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New Patients Welcome - Tooth Whitening Cosmetic Dentistry Preventative Dentistry - Tooth Colored Fillings
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North Bend Mountain Film Series North Bend Amateur Outdoor Film Challenge
Welcome to Si View Community Center and Pool!
Swim Lessons - Before and After School Program - Summer Camps - Dance Program Martial Arts - Youth Sports - Special Interest Classes - Sports Clinics and Camps - Adult Fitness Classes and Sports Leagues - North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concerts Theater in the Park - Home of Festival at Mt Si - Harvest Carnival and Haunted House Pumpkin Swim - Holiday Bazaar - Zip Line and Amazing Playgrounds Sports Fields Walking Trail - Picnic Shelter - Facility Rentals - Volunteer Opportunities! 400 SE Orchard Drive North Bend WA 98045 SiViewMetroParks
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www.siviewpark.org / 425-831-1900
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Ken Hearing, Owner
234 North Bend Way • North Bend, WA 98045
WE ARE LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED
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VOTED BEST BURGERS AND DESSERTS IN THE NORTHWEST!
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Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
Top: Snoqualmie Falls is a sacred spot to the Snoqualmie Tribe. Right: The Snoqualmie Tribal Council. Bottom: The Snoqualmie Casino.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has lived in the Snoqualmie Valley since time immemorial and currently consists of approximately 500 members. The Tribe is federally recognized and had more signatures than any other on the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, which reserved fishing rights and reservations for Washington tribes. Snoqualmie Falls is the center of the creation story for Snoqualmie people – it remains a sacred site that the Tribe continues to preserve. The Tribe is governed by a constitution and tribal council consisting of 10 voting members and two alternates. The Tribe owns and operates the following facilities which are open to the public: Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store; Snoqualmie Casino (the Valley’s largest employer); North Bend Health Clinic. The Tribe supports the Snoqualmie Valley community where it has donated nearly $2 million to non-profit organizations since 2010. For more information visit: www.snoqualmietribe.us
Contacts Administration Office: (425) 888-6551 Snoqualmie Casino: (425) 888-1234 North Bend Health Clinic: (425) 888-5511 Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store: (425) 888-3071
Snoqualmie Casino Snoqualmie Casino is Seattle’s closest full-service casino, located just 30 minutes from downtown. In a spectacular Northwest setting, Snoqualmie Casino combines breathtaking views in a sophisticated gaming facility, complete with 55 classic table games – including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat – 1,700 state-of-the-art slot machines and a five-table poker room. Snoqualmie Casino serves up high quality amenities such as a cigar lounge, a popular concert venue featuring all-star acts and diverse dining.
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• Low Fees
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For all your financial needs: • Auto Loans • Home Loans
• Personal Loans • Credit Cards
• Member Owned
Learn more at snofalls.com Snoqualmie (Main Office) | 9025 Meadowbrook Way SE Snoqualmie Ridge (inside IGA) | 7730 Center Blve SE North Bend (inside QFC) | 460 E North Bend Way Call toll-free at (800) 243-7860
Visit any of our Three Convenient Locations:
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce 38767 SE River S., Snoqualmie Lizzy Billington (425) 888-6362 Info@snovalley.org
CHIROPRACTORS Agape Chiropractic Healing Center 145 E. Third Street PO Box 1219 North Bend, WA 98045 Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 Copeland Chiropractic 33627 SE Redmond Fall City Rd., Fall City Justin Copeland (425) 441-8158 email@example.com North Bend Chiropractic & Golf Fitness 325 E 3rd Street, North Bend Dr. Matthew Miller D.C. (425) 888-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org
Optimal Health Chiropractic 7726 Center Blvd SE, Suite 125 Snoqualmie Jason Green (425) 396-0613 email@example.com Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic 8026 Douglas Avenue SE, Suite 102 Snoqualmie, WA Dr. Benjamin Britt Lichtenwalter (425) 396-5570 firstname.lastname@example.org
CITY GOVERNMENTS City of North Bend PO Box 896 - 211 Main Avenue North North Bend, WA 98045 Londi Lindell (425) 888-1211 City of Snoqualmie 38624 SE River St PO Box 987 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Bob Larson (425) 888-1555 email@example.com
CLEANING SERVICES Cleaning Authority, The 125 E North Bend Way, North Bend Paul & Stephanie McMahon (425) 292-9643 firstname.lastname@example.org Northwest Premium Services 7829 Center Blvd SE, Suite 166 Snoqualmie Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 email@example.com Valley Professional Cleaning Service North Bend Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387 firstname.lastname@example.org
COFFEE Coffee Express-O 7936 Railroad Avenue SE Snoqualmie Ken Vaughn (425) 831-5226 email@example.com Pioneer Coffee 202 W. North Bend Way Suite D, North Bend DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727 firstname.lastname@example.org
SnoValley Coffee Co. 7811 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 email@example.com The BindleStick 7822 Douglas Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259 Rachelle@thebindlestick.com
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AtWork! 1935 152nd Place NE, Bellevue Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPUTER REPAIRS Fast Frog Computer 1405 SW 13th Pl. North Bend Steven Schuler (425) 941-2439 email@example.com
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Where to eat The Valley has fare to fit every appetite, from the upscale fast food found at Scott’s Dairy Freeze, to the fine dining of the Salish Lodge & Spa, plus everything in between. Just a sampling of your dining options include:
Woodman Lodge and Saloon
Top: Chef Ben Riggs cooks with flare at the Fall City Roadhouse. Below: Wes Sorstokke serves up ice cream at the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory.
The Woodman Lodge Restaurant and bar, located in downtown Snoqualmie, is an extensively restored former lodge of the Modern Woodmen of America with a 19th-century vibe. 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 SE King St. or visit http://woodmanlodge.com.
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. Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory is located at 8102 Railroad Ave. S.E. You can order some of Wes and Sharon’s house-made taffies, fudges and brittles online at www.snofallscandy.com.
Voted one of the Best Jazz Clubs in the world by Downbeat Magazine in 2011, 2012 and 2013, Boxley’s is a full service restaurant and bar in downtown North Bend. Enjoy live music every night, or come for happy hour and snag one of the coveted sofa seats by the fireplace.
Candy Factory If something sweet is what you need, the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory, in historic downtown Snoqualmie across from the train depot, is your stop.
For takeout and delivery, Frankie’s in North Bend is the Valley favorite. Locals voted it the Best Pizza in 2014. Find Frankies at 249 Main Ave. S., North Bend, or call (425) 2224800.
The Bindlestick Brews of both the beer and coffee variety, art and live music mingle at The Bindlestick, a coffee and brew pub in downtown Snoqualmie. Owner Rachelle Armstrong runs this laid-back coffeehouse, where art by locals graces the walls, a variety
of beers chills in the fridge, and organic Cafe Vita coffee is served. The Bindlestick is located at 8010 Railroad Ave S.E., Snoqualmie.
Glass & Bottle Bistro Snoqualmie Ridge’s new hot spot for bites and sips is located at 7819 Center Blvd.
S.E., Snoqualmie. Call (425) 888-9463
Mo Barbecue Folks comes to Mo for the meat. Mo Barbecue, which opened in 2012 in historic Snoqualmie. Popular items include the brisket and pulled pork sandwiches.
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Top: North Bend’s Growler Station owner Craig Shertz. Right, growlers available for sale. Inset: The logo, and a promise from middle Fork Brewing, soon to open in North Bend. Bottom: Find 13 brews on tap at the Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, along with their own root beer. Pictured is Jaime Casady pouring a draft.
Hand-crafted brews for you Beer is booming in the Valley, where businesses are making, sampling, and distributing it, to the delight of local customers. Snoqualmie is home to the friendly neighborhood Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, making hand-crafted brews since 1997 and North Bend recently welcomed two newcomers, the Growler Station and the soon-to-open Middle Fork Brewers onto the block. At Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, and its taproom, open since 2006, you’ll find seven regular taps, among them the famed Wildcat IPA, and several rotating taps. For the past few years, the taproom has also served a truly local specialty, Meadowbrook Farm Ale, made from wild hops still growing around the historic Meadowbrook Farm. Availability depends on the hop harvest, so supplies are limited. The family-friendly Taproom is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Sno Falls Brewery is located at 8032 Falls Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie; Call the Taproom at (425) 831-2357; http://fallsbrew.com. Opened in 2014, the Growler Station in North Bend is more in the beer-to-go biz, although they do sell samples of their wares — 24 craft beers, nine ciders and a few varieties of Kombucha, a fermented but non-alcoholic drink. Bring your glass growler and fill ‘er up with something exotic, or take comfort in the familiar “always on” brews, which include six beers — an amber, a pale and a bock, among them — two ciders, three Kombucha, or one root beer — Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Co., of course. Visit the Growler Station at 458 S.W. Mount Si Blvd., North Bend, online at http://growler-station.com/northbend, or call (425) 292-0088. Middle Fork Brewing, soon to open at 113 Bendigo Blvd. N. North Bend, promises a future brewery and taproom in the summer of 2015. Find more at www.middleforkbrewing.com.
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Fall City, built on community By Ashley Glennon Fall City Community Association Fall City is a friendly, Snoqualmie Valley community that welcomes you to visit or make your home here. Many are surprised to hear that we aren’t truly a city, but are simply an unincorporated rural town nestled along the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. The rivers play an important role in our community as thousands of visitors descend upon our town during the summer and fall months to float in the river and play along our broad, rocky shorelines. Over the last 10 years Fall City has experienced a growth rate of around 20 percent as people discover that we have some of the highest-rated schools in the area. Fall City has a vibrant arts community that hosts a variety of family and fine arts programs throughout the year and we also have an active historical society that is proud to promote and preserve the elements that make Fall City special. Our parks department is working hard to preserve and improve recreational opportunities and the Fall City Community Association strives to improve the quality of life for Fall City residents overall. Every summer, Fall City hosts Fall City Days, which includes a fun run, street parade, arts, crafts, food and much more. And in the late summer, the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater offers outdoor entertainment. Fall City is also home to one of America’s most unique communities that includes a private airport, and we have gained national attention as the home of Treehouse Point, the home base of the Animal Planet program, Treehouse Masters. You can learn more about Fall City at www. fallcity.org or by picking up a free Fall City Neighbors newsletter monthly at the Fall City Post Office.
Carol Ladwig/Record Photo
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.
Historic, artistic, Fall City
all City has a small but active historical society, firmly based in caring for its collections but flexible and imaginative when it comes to getting history out in the community. The society showcases themebased displays at the annual Fall City Days event, offerw a monthly historical article in the Neighbors Newsletter (also online) and publishes a Fall City calendar with a different historical theme each year. Find all “History in your Hand” items on the website, www.fallcityhistorical.org.
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.
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 has live entertainment every night of the week, with no cover charge. The beer is cold, and the burgers are good! 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.
Fall City Roadhouse A fixture at the corner of Hwy 202 and the Preston-Fall City Road since 1916, the Fall City Roadhouse is at the center of an active farming community and tourism hotspot especially when summer temperatures climb. Manager and executive chef Benjamin Riggs, on board since 2012, works to honor the community’s history, farm background and free-spirited nature with a welcoming restaurant. Riggs offers a creative menu featuring local ingredients in hearty 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.
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SAVE THE DATE!
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
Celebrating 50 years of family friendly theater in Fall City! July 18th-August 23rd Sat: 2pm, 7pm Sun: 2pm Visit www.foresttheater.org for more on shows and dinner, events, or how to become a member for year round access to camping, hiking, and fishing on the Snoqualmie River.
The Music Man
Readers of the Snoqualmie Valley Record have voted us "Best law Firm" every year since 2006. Every year since 2010, attorney Larry Brown has been recognized in Seattle Magazine as a "5 Star Wealth Manager" for Estate and Tax Planning. Attorney Larry Brown is rated "Superb" by Avvo.com (www.avvo.com, March 2014)
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World of wines Western Washington, even in agricultural areas like the Valley, is not grapegrowing country. That doesnâ€™t stop us from having an abundance of wineries to enjoy, though. Up and down the Valley, small and boutique wineries have cropped up, many with their own tasting rooms. Few, though, have the style of Sigillo Cellars in Snoqualmie and Piccola Cellars in North Bend. Both wineries are distinctive. Sigilloâ€™s tasting room on Railroad Avenue is in the stately Mignone building, and serves award-winning wines made just a few blocks away. Piccola has been capitalizing on its location, the former North Bend Fire Station, by opening up the engine doors and letting the sun shine in on warm days, while staff serves wine on tap from the Woodinville winery.
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Vicky Curnutt, Sigillo Cellars tasting room manager, pours a glass of an old world red.
Sample Sigillo wines for a tasting fee, or sip them by the glass, flight or bottle. Buy an empty bottle, or growler, at Piccola and have it filled with your
choice from the menu. Or, grab a tote, ideal for outdoor adventures. Sigillo: http://www.sigillocellars.com/ Piccola: http://piccolawine.com.
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Farming community, shopping stop
A rural town of 1,800 residents, Carnation prides itself on being friendly and safe, a family-oriented community. Carnation features an abundance of natural beauty and outdoor experiences, framed by the Cascade foothills. 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 Snoqualmie Valley Trail, the 574-acre Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground and is home to an off-leash dog park. More than 250,000 visitors per year come to Tolt-MacDonald Park to camp, enjoy the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, music festivals 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 that provide opportunities for all age groups to enjoy outside activities. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy outdoor recreation experiences in and around Carnation.
Historic Tolt 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.
Above: Shops welcome yarn afficionados, antiquers and diners to downtown Carnation. Below: Fresh produce at Carnation Farmer’s Market. Record Photo
Isabel Jones, Tolt Historical Society director, with a photo of Carnation’s first mayor, Elmer Sorenson, at the museum office.
Carnation Farmers Market The Lower Valley farmers market happens from 3 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, May through November, in downtown Carnation. 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 farmers. 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.
Elbridge (better known locally as “Bridge”) Stuart, the grandson of the founder of Carnation Farms, and his wife gave the museum exhibit 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 Nestlé, 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 organization has several thousand artifacts dating from the 1800s, including early logging and farming tools, ladies’ combs, Tolt High School memorabilia, and a large collection of dolls, doll furniture and sports equipment. Tolt Historical Society meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, September through May, at the Sno Valley Senior Center. Everyone is welcome. For further information, contact Jones at isabelj2@ juno.com.
2015 Community Guide and Directory | 23 John Day Homes, Inc. PO Box 2930, North Bend, WA 98045 Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 email@example.com
NyeCo, Inc. 1370 LaForest Dr SE , North Bend David Nye (425) 831-3444 firstname.lastname@example.org
PC Recycle and Repair 400 East North Bend Way North Bend Tamara Norton (425) 292-3107 email@example.com
Stokosa Trucking 44340 SE Ernie’s Grove Road, Snoqualmie Bryan Stokosa (425) 888-1118 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacific Crest Environmental, LLC PO Box 952 North Bend, WA 98045 Lauren Carroll (425) 888-4994
G.A. Scalzo, Inc. PO Box 2018 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Gerry Scalzo (425) 466-7660 email@example.com
CFO Business Partner 13807 440th Place SE, North Bend Art Zylstra (425) 931-3430 ArtZ@CFOBusinessPartner.com
Gordon Construction PO Box 429 Fall City, WA 98024 Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen J Granger & Associates 44434 SE 142nd Place, North Bend Karen Granger (425)831-7707 email@example.com
Workforce Evolution 22525 SE 64th Place Suite 200, Issaquah Kim Arellano (425) 888-9790 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hallamore Homes Inc PO Box 318 North Bend, WA 98045 Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 email@example.com
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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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Save the dates: Valley events through the seasons There is always something happening somewhere in the Valley. Mark your calendar with the following special events.
Bend’s Torguson Park. Learn more at snovalleyrelay.org. Tour de Peaks: This bike ride brings three fully supported cycling rides through the Valley. Sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Tour de Peaks includes 100-, 50- and 25-mile rides. Visit www.tourdepeaks.org.
April Train rides: Northwest Railway Museum starts its season of weekend train rides Saturday, April 4. Each weekend through October, the Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade Foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls.
Downtown 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. Sunday, Legends Car Club hosts a car show.
Arbor Day: Snoqualmie celebrates National Arbor Day, 10 a.m. April 25 at the Railroad Park Gazebo.
May Go fish: Mount Si Fish and Game Club hosts its annual free Kids Fishing Derby from sunrise to 10 a.m. May 2 at the ponds at the Snoqualmie Police Station. Open to children ages 5 to 14. Fish can be weighed starting at 6:30 a.m. Top anglers in various age groups receive prizes. Fun run: Cinco de Mayo Half-marathon and 8K fun runs, May 2 at Mount Si High School Moms Ride Free: On Mother’s Day weekend, May 9 and 10, take mom on a scenic train excursion through the Cascade foothills. The Northwest Railway Museum invites mothers to enjoy a free ride aboard our antique train, when accompanied by a paying child of any age.
4 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, June 11 through September 10. Live music at 6 p.m.; www.siview.park.org. Fall City Days: Start the summer at Fall City Days, Saturday, June 20, including a morning fun run and parade, hoops tournament, rubber Duck Derby, watermelon-eating contest, live music and more. One thing that makes this event special is the community’s focus on the arts. Visit www.fallcity.org/fallcity_days.html. Fathers Ride Free: Celebrate the dads in your life by taking them on a train ride, June 20 and 21. Tickets at www.trainmuseum.org.
Heart of the Valley: Photographer Mary Miller’s annual community gathering is an official event, just because it’s happened for the past four years. Join the crowd at Centennial Fields Park Sunday, May 17, and draw huge human shapes while Miler directs your movements from a sky-high perch, than enjoy the music and food afterward.
Live show: Valley Center Stage presents “Steel Magnolias,” weekends May 28 through June 13.
OR, spend the day on Snoqualmie Ridge with a parade and events at Snoqualmie Community Park.
Thomas the Tank: Thomas the Tank Engine visits Snoqualmie at Northwest Railway Museum’s Snoqualmie Depot, July 10 to 12 and 17 to 19. Thomas and his popular storybook character friends host. Get tickets at www.trainmuseum.org.
Tanner Jeans Bike Safety Rodeo: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 6 at Cascade View Elementary School, Snoqualmie Ridge. North Bend Farmer’s Market: Fresh produce, live entertainment at the North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concert Series,
Fourth of July: Celebrate America’s birthday, Carnation style, with a hometown parade, fun run and walk, and the SnoValley Senior Center’s famous ‘Strawberry Shortcake Feast.’ Spend the afternoon listening to live music riverside and then catch the fireworks. Visit www.carnation4th.org.
Relay for Life of Snoqualmie Valley: Join the fight against cancer July 11, at North
Twin Peaks Festival: “Twin Peaks,” the television drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, was filmed primarily in North Bend and Snoqualmie. Fans celebrate it every summer with the Twin Peaks Festival. Visit http://www.twinpeaksfest.com. Outdoor Movies: At Snoqualmie Community Park, July 2, 16 & 30, August 13 & 27. Details at email@example.com. Outdoor Concerts: At Ridge & Center Amphitheatre, 6 p.m., July 9 & 23, August 6 & 20. Details firstname.lastname@example.org.
August Night Out Against Crime: Police Station, 5 p.m. August 4. Festival at Mount Si: The Festival, August 8 and 9, 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. Snoqualmie Railroad Days: More than seven decades of local tradition and railroad heritage are behind Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days, August 14 to 16. It’s a weekend of fun that includes parades, rail history demonstrations, live music and family entertainment. Friday events include music, Saturday starts with a firefighter pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m., fun runs in 2, 5 and 10Ks, a parade, more music, a Plein Air Paint Out, demonstrations and fun. Sunday includes the Legends Classic Car Show.
2015 Community Guide and Directory | 27 Boeing Classic Champions Tour: Top pro golfers on the PGA Champions Tour compete for a $2 million purse at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge August 17 to 23. Get tickets at www.boeingclassic.com. Gigantic Bike Festival: Centennial Fields Gigantic Bicycle Festival, August 21 to 23 is the Pacific Northwest’s annual summer celebration of bicycle culture. The three day, festival features a diverse, mix of live music, handbuilt bicycles, visual and performance art, film, comedy, speakers and interactive installation pieces. Battle of Snoqualmie: The Washington Civil War Association presents historic re-enactments August 29 to 30. Hear the crash and boom of the artillery. Feel the weight of the rifles and packs that the soldiers carried. Meet the fine ladies in their gorgeous dresses. Watch as battles are re-enacted. http://battleofsnoqualmie.com/. North Bend Adventure Sport Festival and North Bend Iron Horse Traverse: The Iron Horse Traverse is a relay race featuring paddling, mountainbiking, road-biking, running, and a team photo finish in downtown North Bend, in the middle of a party, Saturday, Aug. 29.
September North Bend Blues Walk: Downtown North Bend venues host blues legends and local talent in a pedestrian festival Saturday, Sept. 26. Visit www.northbendblueswalk.com.
October Halloween at Si View: Si View Community Center is home to the full spectrum of Halloween celebration, from the silly – pick a floating pumpkin from the Si View patch – to the spooky harvest carnival celebration, to the downright scary haunted house. Learn more at www.siviewpark.org. Fun Run: Fall City Half Marathon and 10k, Saturday, Oct. 10. www.runsnoqualmie.com. Night on a Dark Trail: Spooky, entertaining Halloween trail walk at Snoqualmie Ridge October 9 to 10 is for youth, teens and adults. Visit www.nightonadarktrail.weebly.com. Halloween Train: Family-friendly Spook Train runs October 24, 25 and 31 between North Bend and Snoqualmie. Call (425) 8883030 or visit www.trainmuseum.org.
Fun Run: Turkey Trot 5K on Snoqualmie Ridge November 14.
Santa Train: Northwest Railway Museum, November 28-29, 5 & 6, 12 & 13, 18 & 19:. To learn more, call (425) 888-330 or www.trainmuseum.org.
December Banff Film Festival: North Bend Theatre will again host the Banff Film Festival, a world renowned festival boasting the best mountain and outdoor recreation oriented films in the world. For details, visit www. northbendtheatre.com.
January Citizen of the Year: North Bend honors its Citizen of the Year.
February Get ready to Relay: Relay for Life Snoqualmie Valley kicks off its season each year in February, with an evening of inspiration and information for new and returning teams. Learn more at www.snovalleyrelay.org.
March 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. Visit www. northbendjazzwalk.com.
North Bend Holiday Festival: Dec. 5. Snoqualmie Holiday Festival: Historic Snoqualmie, Dec. 5. Si View Holiday Bazaar: Buy holiday gifts and enjoy a full day of entertainment by local young talent.
Monthly: Don’t forget about the regular events going on each month! The Sallal Grange in North Bend hosts a series of community events, most of them free. Open mic nights are the first Friday of each month, starting at 7 p.m. Contra dances are the third Friday of each month, at the Grange Hall. Soup supper is at 7 p.m., dance lesson at 7:30 and the dance is 8 to 10 p.m. Community Game nights are the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Bring the whole family, and your favorite board game, or play the classic board games always available at the Grange.
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Admiral Enterprises, Inc. 2001 E Lk Sammamish Pkwy SE, Sammamish Voyislav Kokeza (425) 837-1937 email@example.com
Sno Falls Credit Union 9025 Meadowbrook Way SE PO Box 1978 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Timothy Williams (425) 831-3171 firstname.lastname@example.org
CUSTOM GRAPHICS Buddha Brothers Media Snoqualmie Trevor Sleeman (425) 503-5995 email@example.com
Snoqualmie Police Department, City of Snoqualmie 34825 SE Douglas St., Snoqualmie Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333 firstname.lastname@example.org
McClellan Building Operating Company PO Box 853 North Bend, WA 98045 Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135
DN Traffic Consultants 8316 309th Avenue SE, Preston, WA Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790 email@example.com
Encompass Engineering & Surveying 165 NE Juniper Street, Suite 201 Issaquah Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250 Services@EncompassES.net
Nintendo of America Inc. 1229 NW 8th Street North Bend Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403
DENTISTS Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC 37624 SE Fury Street Snoqualmie Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230 firstname.lastname@example.org James L. Browning DDS PLLC 341 North Bend Boulevard N. PO BOX 488 North Bend, WA 98045 James Browning, DDS (425) 888-2290 email@example.com Kelly R. Garwood, DDS 421 Main Avenue S North Bend Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 firstname.lastname@example.org Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS 7726 Center Blvd, Suite 200, Snoqualmie Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386 Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS 244 Bendigo Blvd N PO Box 1850 North Bend, WA 98045 Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896
Perteet, Inc. 38579 SE River Street, Suite 1 Snoqualmie Rahmi Kutsal, P.E. (425) 888-5825 email@example.com
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Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center 46820 SE Mt Si Road, North Bend Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 email@example.com
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EVENT PLANNING Cassie Renae Events 401 Thrasher Avenue NE, North Bend Cassie Isackson (206) 384-5853 firstname.lastname@example.org
EYE CARE Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates 126 E. 2nd St North Bend OD Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020 email@example.com Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare 7724 Center Blvd Snoqualmie OD Brian Duvall, OD/Jennifer (425) 831-2060
FARMS Baxter Barn 31929 SE 44th Street, Fall City, WA Cory Huskinson (425) 765-7883 firstname.lastname@example.org Bybee Farms 42930 SE 92nd Street, North Bend Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 email@example.com
FITNESS CENTER Mt Si Sports + Fitness 1546 Boalch Avenue NW North Bend Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782 firstname.lastname@example.org
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206.595.2920 Located in North Bend
Help for: ADHD • Anxiety • Depression Learning problems • Parenting concerns Teenage issues • Family/Relationship concerns. Open Evenings.
Cathy Jenner, MA, LMHCA Mental Health, ADHD and LD Counselor
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Cascade Golf Course 14319 436th Avenue SE North Bend Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653
Down to Earth Flowers & Gifts 8096 Railroad Avenue SE Snoqualmie Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772 email@example.com
FORESTRY US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger District 902 SE North Bend Way, Bldg 1 North Bend Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421
GIFTS Birches Habitat 202 W North Bend Way, North Bend Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 firstname.lastname@example.org Fall City Flea Market 33511 SE Redmond Fall City Road, Fall City Kelly Sanchez (425) 765-5433 email@example.com Selah Gifts 111 North Bend Way, Suite A, North Bend Shelly Woodward (425) 396-0898 firstname.lastname@example.org Trinkets & Treasures 4206 336th Place SE PO BOX 1236 Fall City, WA 98024 Kelly Sanchez (425) 441-8471 email@example.com
GLASS All Service Glass 255 N.E. Juniper Street PO Box 1222 Issaquah, WA 98027 Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122 firstname.lastname@example.org Technical Glass Products 8107 Bracken Place SE, Snoqualmie LouAnn Smith (800) 426-0279 email@example.com Clear Choice Auto Glass 700 NW Gilman Blvd #332, Issaquah Brandon Smith (206) 999-8956 Repair@ClearChoice4AutoGlass.com
Mount Si Golf Course 9010 Boalch Avenue SE Snoqualmie Brandon Proudfoot (425) 391-4926 firstname.lastname@example.org Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course 35109 SE Fish Hatchery Road Fall City John Groshell (425) 441-8049 TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club 36005 SE Ridge Street, Snoqualmie Rebekah Ulatowski (425) 396-6000 email@example.com
GOVERNMENT City of North Bend PO Box 896, North Bend, WA 98045 Gina Estep King County Council District 3 516 3rd Ave, Rm 1200 Seattle Councilmember Kathy Lambert (206) 477-1003 firstname.lastname@example.org WA State House of Representatives 25524 SE 159th Street, Issaquah Chad Magendanz (360) 786-7876 email@example.com
GRAPHIC DESIGN Imageworks Northwest PO BOX 2614 Issaquah, WA 98027 Kristine Haak (425) 394-3187 firstname.lastname@example.org Just B Art and Design, LLC North Bend Erica Becker Morin (425) 260-0282 email@example.com NB3 Graphics and Web Design 13716 457th Avenue SE North Bend Steve Horste (425) 785-3236 Replicator Graphics PO Box 345 North Bend, WA 98045 Ellen Torchia (425) 888-1911 firstname.lastname@example.org
TALON graphics PO Box 1096 Duvall, WA 98019 Timothy Zilinsky (425) 788-3379 email@example.com
GROCERY STORES Costco 1801 10th Avenue NW Issaquah Laurie Brese (425) 313-0965 The Ridge Supermarket 7730 Center Blvd. SE, Suite A Snoqualmie Tyler Myers (425) 396-1340
HARDWARE Carmichael’s True Value Hardware PO Box 200 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 firstname.lastname@example.org North Bend Ace Hardware 330 Main Avenue S. PO Box 369 North Bend, WA 98045 Gordon Gaub (425) 888-1242
HEALTH & WELLNESS Isagenix Fall City Denise Romary (509) 520-5701 email@example.com Jacqueline Fairbrass, Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC 46142 SE Edgewick Road North Bend Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482 firstname.lastname@example.org Nature’s Marketplace PO Box 313 North Bend, WA 98045 Jean Macris (425) 888-3222 North Bend Crossfit 12420 412th Avenue SE, North Bend Grahame Clark (425) 442-2860 email@example.com Real Food Cookery 36221 SE 25th Street, Fall City Tina Guadan Fogall 206-650-6305 firstname.lastname@example.org
Smart Snacks 2 Go 6767 Cascade Avenue SE Snoqualmie Ken Russell (913) 708-0933 email@example.com Take Shape for Life North Bend Kathy Harris (425) 444-9385 firstname.lastname@example.org Take Shape for Life/ Three Hour Fast 27834 NE 149th Court Duvall Mary Lou Dreher (203) 545-1964 email@example.com Today is Your Day Snoqualmie Laurie Litwack (206) 409-1771 firstname.lastname@example.org
HEALTH CARE Avnew Health 7001 396th Dr. SE, Snoqualmie Luke Talbott (425) 281-0267 luket@avnewHEALTH.com Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic 209 Main Avenue S, Suite 115 North Bend Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 email@example.com Mt Si Transitional Health Center 219 Cedar Avenue S, North Bend, WA Monte Jones (425) 888-2129 firstname.lastname@example.org Overlake Hospital Medical Center 1035 116th Avenue NE, Bellevue Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605 Snoqualmie Hospital Rehabilitation Clinic 38565 SE River Street, Snoqualmie (425) 831-2376 Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic 35020 SE Kinsey Street, Snoqualmie Claudia Braun (425) 396-7682
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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 to 5 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday, April through October. November through March, the museum is open Mondays and Tuesdays, noon to 4 p.m. The museum is also open by appointment. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum has a rich collection of photographs, stories and pioneer artifacts. View items from a turn-of-the century kitchen, see tools and toys used by people living in that era, and hear what the Valley was like in the year 1940. Another exhibit 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. In addition, the museum offer more than 15 books and videos associated with local history for sale, including Vanished, the indexed 601-page book of Valley photographs taken from 1942-1967 by YMCA director Harold Keller and covering the Weyerhaeuser mill and woods; Scouting; school activities; hunting, trapping and fishing; World War II; and, of course, YMCA activities. Learn more at http://www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org.
Above: The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Left: A 1940’s keyboard. Bottom: The Northwest Railway Museum is working on restoring a steam engine, like this one.
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Northwest Railway Museum 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. Regular trains operate weekends beginning in April and run through October. For visitors who 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 1898-built railway chapel car 5 “Messenger of Peace,” a caboose built at a sawmill during the height of WW II, and a massive locomotive used by Weyerhaeuser Timber to log the forests near Mt. Rainier. Learn more about the Northwest Railway Museum at www.trainmuseum.org.
Watch for Thomas the Tank Engine™ and friends to visit the Northwest Railway Museum for Day Out with Thomas: The Celebration Tour 2015. Thomas will pull into the Snoqualmie station for two weekends, July 10 to12 and July 18 to 19. Tickets for Day Out with Thomas: The Celebration Tour 2015 are available online at www.ticketweb.com/dowt or www.Trainmuseum.org. Little engineers and their families can take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, meet Sir Topham Hatt™, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day of Thomas-themed activities including arts & crafts, storytelling and more. The tour, now in its 20th year, will make 42 stops across the U.S. and Canada and is expected to welcome nearly one million passengers in 2015.
Thomas the Tank visits Snoqualmie Golfing Jewel In Western Washington
Wonderful Course Conditions Active Men’s & Ladies Clubs PGA Instructors On Site Full Service Restaurant Dual Sided Range w/ Grass Tee 425-391-4926 • www.mtsigolf.com 9010 Boalch Ave SE Snoqualmie, WA 98065
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Founding director of the Snoqualmie Community Center and Y, Dave Mayer, shoots hoops with some kids.
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 before-and-afterschool childcare 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 YMCAâ€™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.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District is dedicated to the health of residents of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie Pass, Preston, Fall City, Carnation and surrounding areas by providing access to skilled, compassionate health care. As a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital, the hospital hires board certified staff to serve patients with uncompromising quality of care. Local services include a 24/7 emergency department, local clinics, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, lab services, state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging and community outreach. A new hospital, pictured at right, opens in Snoqualmie in the spring of 2015, at 9801 Frontier Ave. S.E. The facility will
feature expanded inpatient and outpatient services including private single-patient rooms, expanded emergency services and an environmentally responsible design.
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Beauvais, Sue 32933 NE 195th Street Duvall (425) 890-2038 email@example.com
Snoqualmie Specialty Clinic Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Snoqualmie (425) 831-2313
Cole, Bob Snoqualmie, (425) 749-6905
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE, Snoqualmie Rodger McCollum (425) 831-2300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hicks, Essie 1420 NW Gilman Blvd #2786, Issaquah (425) 310-2441 email@example.com
Snoqualmie Valley Midwifery + Womenâ€™s Health 401 Ballarat Avenue N, Suite 204 North Bend Roxanne Spring (425) 844-0300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawrence, Carol PO Box 333 Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Swedish Medical Center/ Issaquah Campus 751 N.E. Blakely Drive, Issaquah Natalie Kozimor (425) 313-4000 Verity Care, LLC PO Box 1976, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 email@example.com
Hankins, Susan North Bend, (425) 888-4410
McNeely, Gloria PO Box 302 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Orton, Robert Gig Harbor, (253) 857-6004 firstname.lastname@example.org Ross, Grahame Snoqualmie, (425) 233-4701 email@example.com Simpson, Carolyn 34802 SE Garden Ct. ,Snoqualmie (425) 890-2239 firstname.lastname@example.org Waters, Carol (425) 396-1940 email@example.com
CLG Employer Resources LLC 209 Main Avenue S, Suite 100 North Bend Anessa Willson (425) 381-4141 firstname.lastname@example.org Hauglie Insurance Agency PO Box 5 Fall City, WA 98024 Kevin Hauglie (425) 788-9176 email@example.com Mumma Associates Insurance 11811 NE 1st, # 307 Bellevue Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406 firstname.lastname@example.org Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency 8224 Railroad Avenue SE, Suite B Snoqualmie Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027 email@example.com SR Benefits Consulting 37106 SE Gala Court Snoqualmie Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 firstname.lastname@example.org State Farm Insurance 204 Ballarat Avenue North PO Box 1210 North Bend, WA 98045 Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421 We Speak Medicare 27585 SE 31st Place Sammamish Maria Myers (206) 963-3459 email@example.com
Snoqualmie Ridge ROA 7713 Center Blvd. SE Suite 100 Snoqualmie (425) 396-5430 firstname.lastname@example.org
White, Larry Snoqualmie, (425) 222-6109 email@example.com
State Representative Jay Rodne PO Box 2848, Issaquah, WA 98027 Jay Rodne (425) 890-3336
Ameriprise Financial 818 Stewart Street Suite 1220, Seattle Brian Johnson (206) 926-5334 firstname.lastname@example.org
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Snoqualmie, (425) 831-2333 New location opens Spring 2015
Rock Creek Ridge 1525 Rock Creek Ridge Blvd SW North Bend Shelly Bevens (425) 831-8500 email@example.com
Baker Insurance Group PO Box 1956 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Theresa Baker (425) 292-0004 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Woodlands 34626 SE Swenson Drive Snoqualmie Shar Eller (425) 396-1020 email@example.com
Carriage Insurance Agency 301 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Jody Runge (888) 410-1208 firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Jones PO Box 906 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Colin Barber (425) 831-5026 email@example.com Edward Jones 7329 Better Way SE A105, Snoqualmie Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068 Elaine Taylor - Mass Mutual Financial Group 701 Fifth Avenue Suite 4300 Seattle Elaine Taylor (206) 407-8172
firstname.lastname@example.org Weaver Financial 401 Ballarat Ave, Suite 103, North Bend Steve Weaver (425) 292-3295 email@example.com
IT SOLUTIONS Northwest IT Solutions Issaquah Dan Jorgenson (425) 200-5515 firstname.lastname@example.org
LANDSCAPING Tree Services STS Landscape and Construction Services PO Box 656 North Bend, WA 98045 Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754 email@example.com
LEGAL SERVICES The Pearson Law Firm, P.S. 35132 SE Douglas Street, Suite 103 Snoqualmie Michele G. Pearson (425) 831-3100 firstname.lastname@example.org
LIBRARIES North Bend Library (King County Library System 115 E 4th Street North Bend (425) 888-0784
LOCKSMITH Valley Locksmith PO Box 345 North Bend, WA 98045 Marc Rosenthal (425) 888-KEYS email@example.com
LOGGING OI Forest Products, Inc. PO Box 1221 Fall City, WA 98024 Dennis Dixon (425) 441-8088 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Snoqualmie Valley Schools
Top: August Ristow jumps off the bus to meet friends before class on the Sheet1Bend Elementary School. first day of the 2014-15 school year at North Snoqualmie Valley School District 8001 Silva Ave SE, Snoqualmie www.svsd410.org
Superintendent Joel Aune (425) 831-8000
Cascade View Elementary School 34816 SE Ridge St. Snoqualmie http://cves.svsd410.org
Principal: Ray Wilson (425) 831-4100
Snoqualmie Elementary School 39801 SE Park St., Snoqualmie http://ses.svsd410.org
Principal: Kerstin Kramer (425) 831-8050
Opstad Elementary School 1345 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend http://oes.svsd410.org
Principal: Amy Wright (425) 831-8300
North Bend Elementary School 400 E 3rd St., North Bend http://nbes.svsd410.org
Principal: Jim Frazier (425) 831-8400
Fall City Elementary School 33314 SE 42nd, Fall City http://fces.svsd410.org
Principal: Monica Phillips (425) 831-4000
Chief Kanim Middle School 32627 Redmond-Fall City Rd. Fall City http://ckms.svsd410.org
Principal: Kirk Dunckel (425) 831-8225
Twin Falls Middle School 46910 S.E. Middle Fork Rd, North Bend Principal: Jeff D'Ambrosio http://tfms.svsd410.org/ (425) 831-4150 Mount Si High School 8651 Meadowbrook Way S.E., Snoq. http://mshs.svsd410.org
Principal: John Belcher
Mount Si Freshman Campus 9200 Railroad Ave S.E. Snoqualmie http://mshs.svsd410.org
Principal: Vernie Newell
Two Rivers School 330 Ballarat Ave. North, North Bend http://trs.svsd410.org
Principal: Amy Montanye Johnson (425) 831-4200
We are proud of our Snoqualmie Valley schools and committed to making them among the best in the state. Our primary focus is to ensure high levels of learning for every student in order to prepare them for college, careers and citizenship. In partnership with families, our district strives to provide high-quality educational opportunities, academic rigor, enrichment experiences and student support services in a positive and safe school environment. The Snoqualmie Valley School District serves approximately 6,500 students from preschool through grade 12 in nine schools, including the Mount Si Online Learning Program and the Parent Partnership Program for families who prefer to school their K-8 children at home. The district spans more than 400 square miles and serves families throughout Fall City, North Bend, Snoqualmie and surrounding areas of unincorporated JOEL AUNE King County. Each day, approximately 700 dedicated Snoqualmie staff members are focused helping Snoqualmie Valley Valley School District students grow and learn. Superintendent In recent years, our schools, staff and students have received numerous awards and garnered recognition at the state and national levels. Student assessment scores and the number of students choosing more rigorous academic courses have trended upward. We are proud of this work and committed to building upon these successes, by constantly seeking opportunities to raise student learning to even higher levels. We appreciate the community’s investment in its schools by recently passing a school bond that will help us serve our growing student population and improve our educational program in the years to come. Planning is underway to construct a new elementary school, modernize and expand Mount Si High School, reinstate a third middle school and make other improvements to preserve our existing schools. Robust technology integration throughout our schools is fostering student engagement in learning. A concerted effort to expand educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), while implementing technology upgrades and training, will benefit students and build capacity in our staff. It is indeed a time of change in public education in our state, as schools are transitioning to a new system for teacher and principal evaluation, while implementing new state standards aimed at higher levels of student learning. Our district is investing in teachers with training and support to encourage their development and help them maximize the potentials of their students. Strong support from the community, engaged parental involvement and the daily efforts of our exceptional staff make this school district a very special place. • Snoqualmie Valley School District includes Cascade View Elementary, Fall City Elementary, North Bend Elementary, Opstad Elementary, Snoqualmie Elementary, Chief Kanim Middle School, Twin Falls Middle School, Mount Si High School and its Freshman Campus and Two Rivers School. • Learn more about Snoqualmie Valley Schools at http://www.svsd410.org.
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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.
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. Visit www.mtsiartistguild.org.
Take Center Stage Valley Center Stage, North Bendâ€™s live theater, was founded in 2004 by Gary Schwartz. Its 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; and, its founding mission, to promote the work of theater educator, Viola Spolin, whose teachings make theater accessible to everyone. Valley Center Stage also produces events for many well-known local, regional and national entertainers throughout the year. Carol Ladwig/Record Photo The Theater is located at 119 North Bend Way, North Bend (on the Puppet performers take the stage in Valley second floor of the Mason Lodge) and is handicapped accessible. Center Stage's production of "Pinocchio." Visit the website at www.valleycenterstage.org for more information.
Theater in the woods Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater is a unique symbiosis between nature and musical theater. The outdoor family-oriented venue is surrounded by 95 undeveloped acres of woods, meadows and streams, with a picturesque view of Snoqualmie Falls within a five-minute walk of the parking area. The land provides the 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. You can find more information on our website at www.foresttheater.org.
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.
Your local libraries The King County Library System (KCLS) operates three libraries in the Valley, serving 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 is online at www. kcls.org.
Fall City Library 33415 SE 42nd Place, Fall City; (425) 222-5951 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 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.
Snoqualmie Library 7824 Center Boulevard S.E., Snoqualmie; (425) 888-1223 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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MANUFACTURING Spacelabs Healthcare 35301 SE Center Street, Snoqualmie Janet Story 425-396-3300 email@example.com
MARKETING Highlight Group 7829 Center Blvd SE #303, Snoqualmie Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 firstname.lastname@example.org Impact Studio Pro 165 NE Juniper Street Suite 101, Issaquah Nathan Bosseler (425) 985-4437 email@example.com White Horse Promotional Products 4049 251st PL SE Issaquah, WA 98029 Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557 firstname.lastname@example.org
MORTGAGE Security National Mortgage Company 10655 Northeast 4th Street, Suite 800, Bellevue Brad Toft (425) 214-7043 email@example.com
MUSEUM Northwest Railway Museum 38625 SE King Street Snoqualmie Richard R. Anderson (425) 888-3030 firstname.lastname@example.org Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum 320 Bendigo Blvd. S. North Bend Gardiner Vinnedge (425) 888-3200 email@example.com
MUSIC Big Star Studios 7723 Center Blvd SE Snoqualmie Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Snoqualmie Valley Record PO Box 300 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 William Shaw (425) 888-2311 email@example.com
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank 122 East 3rd Street North Bend Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832 firstname.lastname@example.org
Poopless in Seattle Snoqualmie Amanda Gerber (425) 223-7536 email@example.com
SnoValley Star PO Box 1328 Issaquah, WA 98027 Joe Heslet (425) 392-6434
Snoqualmie Valley YMCA 35018 SE Ridge Street Snoqualmie David Mayer (425) 256-3115
Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Assoc. PO Box 370 Carnation, WA 98014-0370 firstname.lastname@example.org
Boxley Music Fund PO Box 493, North Bend, WA 98045 Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307 email@example.com Eastside Baby Corner 1510 NW Maple Street, Issaquah Renee Zimmerman (425) 865-0234 firstname.lastname@example.org Encompass 1407 Boalch Avenue NW North Bend Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777 email@example.com Imagine Housing 10604 NE 38th PL, Suite 215 Kirkland (425) 576-5190 firstname.lastname@example.org Mountains to Sound Greenway 911 Western Ave, Suite 203, Seattle, WA Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 email@example.com Mt Si Food Bank 1550 Boalch Avenue NW, North Bend Susann Hussels (425) 888-0096 firstname.lastname@example.org North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. PO Box 1170, North Bend, WA 98045 Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535 email@example.com Si View Metro Parks 400 SE Orchard Drive North Bend Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900 firstname.lastname@example.org Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association PO Box 994 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Tina McCollum (253) 468-9744
Wildcat Football Boster Club PO Box 412 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (425) 260-8084
NURSERIES The Nursery at Mount Si 42328 SE 108th Street North Bend Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 email@example.com
OUTDOOR RECREATION Cascade Mountain Tech 8086 Railroad Avenue SE PO Box 97 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701 firstname.lastname@example.org Fish Tale Guide Service 119 W North Bend Way North Bend Loren Morris (425) 761-7526 email@example.com
PAINTING Claffeys Painting 204 Ballarat Avenue North PO Box 2028 North Bend, WA 98045 Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634 firstname.lastname@example.org
PEST CONTROL Frontier Pest Control 17318 432nd Avenue SE, North Bend Alan LaBissoniere (425) 577-2944 email@example.com
PHOTOGRAPHY Genuine Image Photography Snoqualmie Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748 firstname.lastname@example.org Jean Johnson Productions Sammamish Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390 email@example.com Jeff Goble Photography PO Box 301 North Bend, WA 98045 Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129 firstname.lastname@example.org VisionPhotography, LLC 11905 124th Avenue NE Kirkland Rick May 425.533.6933 Rick@Visionphotography.biz
PHYSICAL THERAPY EDGE Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation 37624 SE Fury Street Suite #C-201 Snoqualmie Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 email@example.com Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy 7726 Center Blvd SE, Suite 220 Snoqualmie (425) 396-7778 firstname.lastname@example.org Snoqualmie Physical Therapy 7713 Center Blvd #160 Snoqualmie Mark Bromberg (425) 434-9607 email@example.com
PLUMBING North Bend Plumbing and Radiant Heating PO Box 1532 North Bend, WA 98045 Phil Friedman (425) 698-3321 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hibu Stori Stone (425) 429-8200 email@example.com
Stanton Plumbing Inc. 45333 SE 140th St, North Bend Mark Lowe (425) 471-0873 firstname.lastname@example.org
SendOutCards Sammamish Julie Hansberry (209) 918-2489 email@example.com
PRESCHOOLS & MONTESSORI SCHOOL
Thistle Editorial, LLC 7021 Carmichael Avenue, Snoqualmie Alexandra Howson (415) 374-9757 firstname.lastname@example.org
North Bend Montessori, Inc. 248 Ballarat Avenue N PO Box 2300, North Bend, WA 98045 Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766 email@example.com Rooster Valley Farm School 8488 Falls Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Tricia Benson (425) 888-2100 firstname.lastname@example.org
PRINTING Dark Horse Ink PO Box 901 Preston, WA 98050 Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555 email@example.com Minuteman Press of Issaquah 180 NE Juniper Street Issaquah Mike Immel or Bart Kelly (425) 3914950 firstname.lastname@example.org
REAL ESTATE Brookwater Advisors 8306 428th Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Tom Sroufe (425) 444-0822 TASCO@Comcast.net Cook Real Estate Services LLC 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend David Cook (425) 922-5395 email@example.com Danny Evatt, Realtor Coldwell Banker Danforth 7829 Center Blvd, No. 309 Snoqualmie Danny Evatt (425) 677-5663 firstname.lastname@example.org John L Scott North Bend 301 West North Bend Way North Bend Monica Antone (425) 888-3896 email@example.com
Acceptiva, LLC PO Box 104 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 John Tedeschi (425) 831-2264 firstname.lastname@example.org
John L Scott Snoqualmie Valley Property Management PO Box 1244 North Bend, WA 98045 Michele Rozinek (425) 888-3717 email@example.com
Commercial Relocation Advisors Issaquah Brenda Luper (425) 281-8846 firstname.lastname@example.org
John L. Scott Real Estate 1700 NW Gilman Blvd. Suite 300, Issaquah Candie Webb (425) 766-5803 email@example.com
D-Grease Services Snoqualmie Jano Vrana (425) 985-6517 firstname.lastname@example.org
Karin Simpson Realtor 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388 email@example.com
GFS Fund Development, LLC. 26325 SE 31st Street, Sammamish Gazala Uradnik (425) 985-0208 firstname.lastname@example.org
MK Property Services, LLC 8124 Falls Avenue SE PO BOX 997 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993
Pulte Homes 11241 Slater Avenue NE #100, Kirkland Todd Levitt (425) 216-3400 email@example.com Remax Integrity 7725 Center Blvd SE, Suite C Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 firstname.lastname@example.org Remax Integrity 208 Main Avenue S, Suite B, North Bend Henry Callahan (425) 396-7100 email@example.com Rowley Properties, Inc. 1595 NW Gilman Blvd. Suite 1 Issaquah Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 firstname.lastname@example.org Spear Home Inspection Inc PO Box 512 North Bend WA 98045 Gregg Spear (425) 888-4470 email@example.com Summit Real Estate Group LLC 331 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Jonathan Pearlstein (425) 831-7737 firstname.lastname@example.org The Cascade Team 231 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Martine Slater (360) 607-5111 email@example.com Windermere Real Estate 1810 15th Place NW, Suite 100, Issaquah Yvonne Dalke (425) 829-3772 firstname.lastname@example.org
RECREATION DirtFish Rally School 7001 396th Drive SE, Snoqualmie (425) 888-7715 email@example.com Higher Learning Martial Arts PO Box 1816 North Bend, WA 98045 Mark Lynum (425) 260-8794 Jet’s Gymnastics Express 17319 432nd Avenue SE North Bend Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349
RESTAURANTS Fall City Roadhouse 4200 Preston-Fall City Rd SE, Fall City (425) 222-4800 firstname.lastname@example.org Frankies Pizza 249 Main Avenue South Suite A P.O Box 1140 North Bend, WA 98045 Chris Garcia (425) 888-4477 email@example.com Gianfranco Ristorante 8150 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621 firstname.lastname@example.org Glass & Bottle Bistro 7819 Center Blvd SE Snoqualmie Tracey Perino (425) 888-9463 email@example.com Infusion Bar & Grill 7727 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Debbie Barrientes (425) 292-3576 firstname.lastname@example.org Ray’s Dining Car & Bar 8072 Railroad Avenue SE PO BOX 1315, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Ray Fisher (425) 888-2207 email@example.com Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory 8102 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Wes Sorstokke (425) 888-0439 firstname.lastname@example.org TA Travel Centers of America 46630 North Bend Way North Bend Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 email@example.com The Riverbend Cafe 14303 436th Avenue SE North Bend Rich Maki (425) 888-6600 firstname.lastname@example.org Woodman Lodge 38601 SE King Street, Snoqualmie Peter La Haye (425) 888-4441 email@example.com CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER | PAGE 40
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Help is here, when you need it S
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 SnoValley 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.
Seth Truscott/Record Photos
Above: Volunteers with Fall City Food Pantry fight hunger from a Methodist church basement. Bottom: Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Director Heidi Dukich receives a check from Larry Houch of the Sallal Grange.
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 other 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 P.O. Box 1541, North Bend, WA, 98045; online at snoqualmievalleyfoodbank.org.
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Reasons to ♥ the Valley 1 » Kayaking for all skill levels, from beginners to veterans, on the Snoqualmie River's Middle Fork and Rattlesnake Lake. 2 » Twin Peaks lives on in the Valley and an annual fan festival draws a crowd. 3 » Nine different places to golf and take in the views. 4 » Mount Si changes color with the season and the time of day. 5 » Unexpected art in Fall City's downtown sculpture walk. Start at the library's totem pole and work your way upriver. 6 » North Bend Premium Outlets offer luxury deals in a small-town atmosphere. 7 » Natural vistas mean there is always something green in your path. 8 » Historic trains like no other at the Northwest
Railway Museum in downtown Snoqualmie, plus a 120 year-old depot. 9 » Visits by TV's Thomas the Tank Engine bring storybook fun for the younger set at the train museum every July. 10 » Locally brewed beer at Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, plus the Growler Station in North Bend, and Middle Fork Brewing coming soon. 'Nuff said. 11 » Dancing in the street and adorable pet competitions during North Bend's annual downtown Block Party.
Ridge's Community Park. 14 » Farmer's markets at North Bend's Si View Community Center (Thursdays) and downtown Carnation (Tuesdays) have plenty of fresh local produce and homegrown entertainment. 15 » Vegas-style glitz at the Snoqualmie Casino. Thousands of games, a cigar bar, nationallyknown comedy and music acts, boxing, and plenty of dining options can be found here.
12 » Elk are all over the place. See the local herd at Meadowbrook Farm and Interpretive center.
16 » Dappled summer light in the historic Sycamore Corridor near the lost town of Snoqualmie Falls. Find it by following Meadowbrook Way to Reinig Road.
13 » Duck ponds offer a relaxing walk for kids and parents atop Snoqualmie
17 » Fun and games at the annual Festival of Mount Si, including the
wife-carrying competition, introduced in 2014. 18 » Berry pies galore, plus steam train rides, a hay maze and petting zoo at Carnation's Remlinger Farms. It’s an oldfashioned way to spend the day. 19 » Visit a locally owned vintage movie theater and take in a show at North Bend Theatre. 20 » Amazing vistas at Snoqualmie Falls, Rattlesnake Ledge and Snoqualmie Point Park. 21 » Variety of community parks and mini-parks throughout the Valley offer peaceful picnic sites. 22 » Watch fireworks from Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation during the town's Fourth of July celebration.
23 » Local artist Richard Burhans' creative Mount Si-inspired sculpture gateways in downtown North Bend. 24 » Appetites are unleashed annually in the pie-eating contest at the Festival at Mount Si. Chefs compete in the berry dessert and chili cook-off throw-downs. 25 » Giggles for all ages at Fall City's Duck Derby. Watch rubber duckies race down the river in this contest helping local schools. 26 » National champions, the Snoqualmie Valley Unicycle Team rolls out the stunts during summer parades in Snoqualmie and North Bend. 27 » The Big Cedar, an ancient tree, can be found on tours of historic Meadowbrook Farm in North Bend.
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RETAIL Mt Si Art Supply 131 E North Bend Way PO BOX 949 North Bend, WA 98045 Donna Hayes (425) 888-8815 firstname.lastname@example.org North Bend Premium Outlets 461 S Fork Avenue SW, # E-1, North Bend Ed Cook (425) 888-4505 Seetmates PO Box 514 North Bend, WA 98045 Beth Burrows (425) 753-9165 email@example.com Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store 37500 Suite B SE North Bend Way John Willson (425) 888-3071 Wild Hare Vintage 8050 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Tamara Smith (425) 954-3722 firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHOOLS Bellevue College 3000 Landerholm Circle SE Bellevue Paula Boyum (425) 564-1000 Snoqualmie Valley School District #410 PO Box 400 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Joel Aune email@example.com
Timber Ridge at Talus 100 Timber Ridge Way NW, Issaquah Scott Doherty (425) 336-1506 firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Youth 7972 Maple Avenue SE Snoqualmie Nancy Nicholas (425) 869-6666 email@example.com
Piccola Cellars 112 W. 2nd Street North Bend Diana Kaspic (425) 486-9463 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sigillo Cellars, LLC 8086 Railroad Avenue SE Snoqualmie Mike Seal (425) 292-0754 email@example.com
Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC PO Box 2243 North Bend, WA 98045 April Huard (425) 831-1781 firstname.lastname@example.org
SERVICE CLUBS Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley PO Box 852 North Bend, WA 98045 Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley PO Box 1463 North Bend, WA 98045 Steve Weaver (425) 503-6391
SERVICE STATIONS Gateway Gas and Deli 8030 Douglas Avenue SE Snoqualmie Larissa Bauer (425) 292-0934 email@example.com G & S Services 225 E North Bend Way North Bend George Wyrsch (425) 922-2279 firstname.lastname@example.org
SELF STORAGE Cascade Heated Self Storage 1080 SE North Bend Way, North Bend John Lord (425) 654-1024 Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul 35501 SE Douglas Street Snoqualmie Ron Davis (425) 396-1410
SENIOR CENTER Mt Si Senior Center 411 Main Avenue South PO BOX 806 North Bend, WA 98045 Ann Landry (425) 888-3434
SKIN CARE Nerium AD 1146 SE 10th StreetNorth Bend Katie Jones 425-802-5903 Jones.email@example.com
SNOQUALMIE VALLEY WOMEN IN BUSINESS Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business PO Box 95 North Bend, WA 98045 Jacqueline Fairbrass
Lisa Cole & Associates 100 E 4th Street PO Box 1999, North Bend, WA 98045 Lisa Rachor (425) 888-1040 firstname.lastname@example.org
TELECOMMUNICATIONS CenturyLink PO Box 1414 North Bend, WA 98045 Ike Salter (425) 888-0006
THEATERS North Bend Theatre 125 Bendigo Blvd., North North Bend Cindy Walker (425) 888-1232 email@example.com
UTILITIES D Square Energy Systems 1546 Boalch Avenue NW, Suite 70 North Bend Todd Plant (425) 888-2882 firstname.lastname@example.org Sallal Water Association PO Box 378 North Bend, WA 98045 Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 email@example.com Tanner Electric Cooperative 45710 SE North Bend Way PO Box 1426 North Bend, WA 98045 Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 firstname.lastname@example.org Waste Management 720 4th Avenue Suite 400, Kirkland Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164
VETERINARIANS Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital 32020 SE 40th St, Fall City Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220 email@example.com
NO CATEGORY Damsel in Defense North Bend Amy Piercy (425) 295-8994 firstname.lastname@example.org Friends of Jay Rodne PO Box 2848 Issaquah, WA 98027 (425) 890-3336
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS YMCA 35018 Ridge Street Snoqualmie (425) 256-3115 email@example.com
VYP: Professionals, networking Young professionals can find a fun and new way to network through the Chamberâ€™s Valley Young Professionals group. Meet, greet and network through food and fun. Learn more at snovalley. org/vyp or find them on Facebook.
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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP Acacia Hair Salon Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products
Boxley Music Fund Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307 Non-profit, Community Organizations
Acceptiva, LLC John Tedeschi Professional Services
Brookwater Advisors Tom Sroufe (425) 444-0822 Real Estate
Admiral Enterprises, Inc. Voyislav Kokezam (425) 837-1937 Developers
Brown & Sterling P.S. Tom Watson (425) 222-6374 Attorneys, Legal Services
Agape Chiropractic Healing Center Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 Chiropractors
Buddha Brothers Media Trevor Sleeman (425) 503-5995 Custom Graphics, Advertising, Art
All Service Glass Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122 Glass, Auto Repair, Professional Services
Bybee Farms Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 Farms, Event Facilities, Outdoor
Chaplinâ€™s North Bend Chevrolet Mike Lawrence (425) 888-0781 Auto Sales, Auto Repair
Dark Horse Ink Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555 Printing, Marketing, Professional Services
City of North Bend Londi Lindell (425) 888-1211 City Governments/Offices
David Paul Eck M.A. David Eck (425) 888-2882 Counseling, Professional Services
City of Snoqualmie Bob Larson (425) 888-1555 City Government/Offices
DirtFish Rally School (425) 888-7715 Rentals, Biking, Car Racing, Recreation
Claffeys Painting Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634 Painting, Home Care Services/Decor
DN Traffic Consultants Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790 Engineering, Women in Business
Cleaning Authority, The Paul & Stephanie McMahon (425) 292-9643 Cleaning, Home Care Services
Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772 Florists, Art, Gifts, Home Decor, Retail
Clear Choice Auto Glass Brandon Smith (206) 999-8956 Auto Repair, Glass , Professional Services
Duvall Chamber of Commerce Laurel Nehl (425) 788-9182 Chamber, Non-profit, Visitor Information
CLG Employer Resources LLC Anessa Willson (425) 381-4141 Insurance
Eastside Baby Corner Renee Zimmerman (425) 865-0234 Non-profit, Youth and Senior Support EDGE Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 Physical Therapy, Health Care
Ameriprise Financial Brian Johnson (206) 926-5334 Investments/Financial Services
Carmichaelâ€™s True Value Hardware Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 Hardware, Building Materials, Gifts
artEAST Karen Abel Art
Carnation Chamber of Commerce Peggy McNamara, President Chamber, Non-profit, Visitor Information
Coffee Express-O Ken Vaughn (425) 831-5226 Coffee, Coffee House
AtWork! Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 Community Organizations
Carol Waters Carol Waters Individual
Cole, Bob Bob Cole Individual
Avnew Health Luke Talbott Health Care
Carriage Insurance Agency Jody Runge (888) 410-1208 Insurance
Baker Insurance Group Theresa Baker (425) 292-0004 Insurance
Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 Auto Repair, Recreational Vehicles Storage
Baxter Barn Cory Huskinson (425) 765-7883 Farms
Cascade Golf Course Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653 Golf, Outdoor Recreation
Beauvais, Sue Sue Beauvais (425) 890-2038 Individual, Women in Business Member
Cascade Heated Self Storage John Lord (425) 654-1024 Self Storage
Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC Marie Everett (425) 888-4888 Beauty Salons, Beauty Products, Skin Care
Cascade Mountain Tech Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701 Outdoor Recreation, Recreation
Bellevue College Paula Boyum (425) 564-1000 Schools
Cassie Renae Events Cassie Isackson (206) 384-5853 Event Planning, Professional Services
Big Star Studios Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 Music, Arts and Entertainment
CenturyLink Ike Salter (425) 888-0006 Telecommunications
Birches Habitat Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 Gifts, Art, Clothing, Home Decor, Retail
CFO Business Partner Art Zylstra (425) 931-3430 Consultants
Commercial Relocation Advisors Brenda Luper (425) 281-8846 Professional Services Cook Real Estate Services LLC David Cook (425) 922-5395 Real Estate Copeland Chiropractic Justin Copeland (425) 441-8158 Chiropractors
Edward Jones Colin Barber (425) 831-5026 Investments/Financial Services Edward Jones Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068 Investments/Financial Services Elaine Taylor - Mass Mutual Financial Group Elaine Taylor (206) 407-8172 Investments/Financial Services
Encompass Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777 Non-profit, Women in Business, Youth and Senior Services
D Square Energy Systems Todd Plant (425) 888-2882 Utilities
Encompass Engineering & Surveying Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250 Engineering, Professional Services
D-Grease Services Jano Vrana (425) 985-6517 Professional Services, Recycling
Essie Hicks Essie Hicks (425) 310-2441 Individual, Women in Business Member
Damsel in Defense Amy Piercy (425) 295-8994
Fall City Flea Market Kelly Sanchez (425) 765-5433 Gifts, Art,Clothing, Consignment, Home Decor, Retail
Costco Laurie Brese Grocery Stores, Retail
Danny Evatt, REALTOR Coldwell Banker Danforth Danny Evatt (425) 677-5663 Real Estate
42 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Fall City Roadhouse ben Riggs (425) 222-4800 Restaurants, Accommodations, Event Facilities
Gianfranco Ristorante Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621 Restaurants, Italian
Infusion Bar & Grill Debbie Barrientes (425) 292-3576 American, Bar Food, Restaurants
Karen J Granger & Associates Karen Granger (425) 831-7707 Consultants, Women in Business
Fast Frog Computer Steven Schuler (425) 941-2439 Computer Repairs, Computer Software
Glass & Bottle Bistro Tracey Perino (425) 888-9463 Restaurants, Wine
Isagenix Denise Romary (509) 520-5701 Health & Wellness, Women in Business
Karin Simpson Realtor Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388 Real Estate
Fire District #38 Chris Dahline, Ron Pedee, Matt Talbot (425) 888-1555 Government, Emergency Services
Gordon Construction Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 Construction
Jacqueline Fairbrass, Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482 Health/Wellness, Women in Business
Kelly R. Garwood, DDS Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 Dentists
Fish Tale Guide Service Loren Morris (425) 761-7526 Boating, Fishing, Outdoor Adventures
Hallamore Homes Inc Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 Construction
Hankins, Susan Susan Hankins (425) 888-4410 Individual
Friends of Jay Rodne (425) 890-3336
Hauglie Insurance Agency Kevin Hauglie (425) 788-9176 Insurance, Women in Business Member
Frankies Pizza Chris Garcia Restaurants, Pizza
Friends of Youth Nancy Nicholas (425) 869-6666 Social Services, Comm. Organizations, Youth and Senior Support Services
Hauser Long, P.S. D. Steven Hauser (425) 889-1778 Accountants, Consultants
Frontier Pest Control Alan LaBissoniere (425) 577-2944 Pest Control
G & S Services George & Sharon Wyrsch (425) 922-2279 Towing, Service Stations G.A. Scalzo, Inc. Gerry Scalzo (425) 466-7660 Construction Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230 Dentists
Heritage Bank Charlotte Jacobs Banks
Hibu Stori Stone (425) 429-8200 Marketing, Web Design Higher Learning Martial Arts Mark Lynum (425) 260-8794 Arts/Entertainment, Health & Wellness Highlight Group Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 Marketing, Consultants, Professional Services
Gateway Gas and Deli Larissa Bauer (425) 292-0934 Service Stations
Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC April Huard (425) 831-1781 Septic
Gearhead Garage Starla Hamilton (425) 888-4330 Auto Repair
Imageworks Northwest Kristine Haak (425) 394-3187 Graphic Design, Marketing, Photography
Genuine Image Photography Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748 Photography
Imagine Housing (425) 576-5190 Non-profit Organizations ,Social Services
GFS Fund Development, LLC. Gazala Uradnik ( 425) 985-0208 Professional Services
Impact Studio Pro Nathan Bosseler (425) 985-4437 Marketing, Professional Services
James L. Browning DDS PLLC James L. Browning, DDS ( 425) 888-2290 Dentists JE Cumming Corporations Jim Cumming (425) 292-0610 Contractors Jean Johnson Productions Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390 Photography, Professional Services Jeff Goble Photography Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129 Photography Jeffrey L. Waters, Artist Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940 Art, Foundations, Non-profit, Painting Jetâ€™s Gymnastics Express Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 Recreation, Arts and Entertainmentt John Day Homes, Inc. Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 Construction John L Scott North Bend Monica Antone (425) 888-2110 Real Estate John L Scott Snoqualmie Valley Property Management Michele Rozinek (425) 888-3717 Real Estate John L. Scott Real Estate Candie Webb (425) 766-5803 Real Estate Joner Baker, PLLC Matt Baker (425) 495-6273 Attorneys Just B Art and Design, LLC Erica Becker Morin (425) 260-0282 Graphic Design, Interior Design
Key Bank Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000 Banks, Women in Business Member Key Business Solutions Curt LeMaster (425) 292-9594 Consultants, Professional Services Kim Starr Studio & Publishing Kim Starr (425) 681-7425 Art King County Council District 3 Kathy Lambert (206) 477-1003 Government Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386 Dentists Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 Service Clubs Krona & Krona CPAâ€™s John Krona (425) 888-0916 Accountant Larry White Larry White Individual
Law Office of David Speikers David Speikers (425) 222-0555 Attorneys, Legal Services Lawrence, Carol Individual Lisa Cole & Associates Lisa Rachor (425) 888-1040 Tax Preparation, Consultants Marshall Accounting, LLC CPA Nancy Marshall (425) 444-1477 Accountants
2015 Community Guide and Directory | 43 McClellan Building Operating Company Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135 Developers
Mt Si Transitional Health Center Monte Jones (425) 888-2129 Health & Wellness, Health Care
North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535 Non-profit Organizations
McNeely, Gloria Gloria McNeely Individual
Mumma Associates Insurance Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406 Insurance
North Bend Library King County Library System (425) 888-0784 Libraries
Overlake Hospital Medical Center Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605 Health Care, Emergency Services
Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 Health Care, Emergency Services, Women in Business Member
Natureâ€™s Marketplace Jean Macris (425) 888-3222 Nutrition/Supplements, Health & Wellness
North Bend Montessori, Inc. Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766 Preschools & Montessori Schools
Pacific Crest Environmental, LLC Lauren Carroll (425) 888-4994 Consultants
NB3 Graphics and Web Design Steve Horste (425) 785-3236 Web & Graphic Design, Graphic Design Professional Services, Web Design
North Bend Plumbing and Radiant Heating Phil Friedman (425) 698-3321 Plumbing, Professional Services
PC Recycle and Repair Tamara Norton (425) 292-3107 Computer Repairs, Recycling
Middle Fork Brewing Nate Yocom (877) 272-8102 Breweries. Bar Food, Bars, Beer, Restaurants Minuteman Press of Issaquah Mike Immel or Bart Kelly (425) 391-4950 Printing MK Property Services, LLC Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993 Real Estate Mount Si Golf Course Brandon Proudfoot (425) 391-4926 Golf, Outdoor Recreation, Recreation Mountains to Sound Greenway Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 Non-profit Organizations Mt Si Art Supply Donna Hayes (425) 888-8815 Retail, Art Mt Si Food Bank Susann Hussels (425) 888-0096 Non-profit Organizations, Social Services Mt Si Pub Rob Sherard Beer, Bars, Wine
Mt Si Senior Center Ann Landry (425) 888-3434 Senior Center, Non-profit Organizations Social Services, Youth and Senior Support Services Mt Si Sports + Fitness Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782 Fitness Center, Health & Wellness
Nerium AD Katie Jones 425-802-5903 Skin Care, Beauty Products Nintendo of America Inc. Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403 Distributors
North Bend Premium Outlets Ed Huebner (425) 888-4505 Outlet Mall, Retail North Bend Theatre Cindy Walker (425) 888-1232 Theaters, Entertainment, Movies, Recreation
Opus Bank Dennise McGregor (425) 831-1761 Banks, Women in Business Member
Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy (425) 396-7778 Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness Performance Rules ! Ross Bentley (425) 283-7482 Consultants, Marketing, Professional Services
Nor West RV Park Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 Accommodations
Northwest Framing Commercial Jessica Self (206) 336-2366 Art, Professional Services
North Bend Ace Hardware Gordon Gaub (425) 888-1242 Hardware
Northwest IT Solutions Dan Jorgenson (425) 200-5515 IT Solutions
Petra Inc. Dale Brevick Contractors
North Bend Auto Center Michael Allen (425) 888-7777 Auto Repair, Auto Sales
Northwest Premium Services Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services, Women in Business Member
Piccola Cellars Diana Kaspic Wineries, Wine
North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) Steve McConkey (425) 888-1112 Auto Parts North Bend Building + Remodeling Richard Webb (425) 766-5804 Contractors North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Fitness Dr. Matthew Miller D.C. (425) 888-3600 Chiropractors, Health & Wellness North Bend Crossfit Grahame Clark (425) 442-2860 Health & Wellness
Northwest Railway Museum Richard R. Anderson (425) 888-3030 Museum, Arts and Entertainment, Historic Train Depot, Historical Attractions Non-profit Organizations, Outdoor Recreation, Railroads, Recreation NyeCo, Inc. David Nye Consultants
OI Forest Products, Inc. Dennis Dixon (425) 441-8088 Logging Optimal Health Chiropractic Jason Green (425) 396-0613 Chiropractors, Health & Wellness
Perteet, Inc. Rahmi Kutsal, P.E. (425) 888-5825 Engineering, Consultants
Pioneer Coffee DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727 Beer, Coffee, Coffee Houses, Gifts, Restaurants, Wine Poopless in Seattle Amanda Gerber (425) 223-7536 Pet Waste Removal Pulte Homes Todd Levitt (425) 216-3400 Real Estate, Construction, Contractor Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 Event Facilities Rayâ€™s Dining Car & Bar Ray Fisher (425) 888-2207 Restaurants, Bar Food, Bars
44 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Real Food Cookery Tina Guadan Fogall 206-650-6305 Health & Wellness, Women in Business Member Remax Integrity Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 Real Estate Remax Integrity Henry Callahan (425) 396-7100 Real Estate Replicator Graphics Ellen Torchia (425) 888-1911 Web & Graphic Design, Awards/Trophies Printing Robert Orton Robert Orton Individual
Seetmates Beth Burrows Retail
Selah Gifts Shelly Woodward (425) 396-0898 Gifts, Retail, Women in Business Member SendOutCards Julie Hansberry (209) 918-2489 Professional Services Servpro Jeremy Kennard (425) 255-2227 Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Services Si View Metro Parks Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900 Community Organizations, Entertainment, Event Facilities, Non-profit Organizations, Outdoor Recreation
Snoqualmie Hospital Rehabilitation Clinic (425) 831-2376 Health Care Snoqualmie Lodge aka Jernie Inn Jeff & Bernie Schultek (425) 226-6217 Accommodations Snoqualmie Physical Therapy Mark Bromberg (425) 434-9607 Physical Therapy Snoqualmie Police Department Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333 City Offices, Emergency Services
Rock Creek Ridge Shelly Bevens (425) 831-8500 Housing
Sigillo Cellars, LLC Mike Seal (425) 292-0754 Wineries, Wine
Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic Dr. Benjamin Britt Lichtenwalter (425) 396-5570 Chiropractors
Rooster Valley Farm School Tricia Benson (425) 888-2100 Preschools & Montessori Schools
Simpson, Carolyn Carolyn Simpson (425) 890-2239 Individual, Women in Business Member
Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic Claudia Braun (425) 396-7682 Health Care
Ross, Grahame Grahame Ross (425) 233-4701 Individual
Singletrack Cycles Diane Morris (425) 888-0101 Bicycle Shop, Bike Repair
Snoqualmie Ridge ROA (425) 396-5430 Homeowner Associations
Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley Steve Weaver (425) 503-6391 Service Clubs
Smart Snacks 2 Go Ken Russell (913) 708-0933 Health & Wellness
Rowley Properties, Inc. Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 Real Estate
Sno Falls Credit Union Timothy Williams (425) 831-3171 Credit Unions, Mortgage
Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul Ron Davis (425) 396-1410 Self Storage, Moving Supplies
Salish Lodge & Spa Wendy Floyd (800) 272-5474 Accommodations, Event Facilities, Gifts, Massage, Outdoor Recreation, Restaurants, Weddings, Wine
Snoqualmie Casino Scott Smith (425) 888-1234 Casinos, Arts & Entertainment, Bar, Food, Bars, Beer, Deli,, Event Facilities, Gifts, Restaurants, Wine
Sallal Water Association Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 Utilities, Water Systems
Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company Dave Eiffert 425-831-2357 Breweries, Bar Food, Beer, Restaurants
Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027 Insurance Security National Mortgage Company Brad Toft (425) 214-7043 Mortgage
Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory Wes Sorstokke (425) 888-0439 Restaurants, Gifts, Ice Cream Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course John Groshell (425) 441-8049 Golf, Entertainment, Outdoor Recreation
Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association Tina McCollum (253) 468-9744 Non-profit Organizations Snoqualmie Specialty Clinic (425) 831-2313 Health Care Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store John Willson (425) 888-3071 Retail Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220 Veterinarians, Emergency Services
Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Lizzy Billington (425) 888-6362 Chamber of Commerce, Community Organizations, Networking Organizations, Non-profit Organizations, Women in Business Member, Visitor Information Centers Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates OD Brian Duvall, OD/Jennifer (425) 831-2020 Eye Care, Health & Wellness Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare OD Brian Duvall, OD/Jennifer (425) 831-2060 Eye Care, Health & Wellness Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832 Non-profit Organizations Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Gardiner Vinnedge (425) 888-3200 Museum, Arts and Entertainment, Community Organizations, Historical Attractions, Non-profit Organizations Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Rodger McCollum (425) 831-2300 Health Care, Emergency Services, Health & Wellness, Non-profit Organizations, Women in Business Member Snoqualmie Valley Midwifery + Womenâ€™s Health Roxanne Spring (425) 844-0300 Health Care, Women in Business Member Snoqualmie Valley Record William Shaw (425) 888-2311 Newspapers Snoqualmie Valley School District #410 Joel Aune Schools Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business Jacqueline Fairbrass Women in Business Member Snoqualmie Valley YMCA David Mayer (425) 256-3115 Community Organizations, Event Facilities, Non-profit Organizations Recreation, Women in Business
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Swedish Medical Center/ Issaquah Campus Natalie Kozimor (425) 313-4000 Health Care
SnoValley Coffee Co. Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 Coffee, Coffee Houses
Symbol Enterprises Paula Spence 425-466-1218 Emergency Preparedness
SnoValley Star Joe Heslet (425) 392-6434 Newspapers, Women in Business Member 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 Jay Rodne (425) 890-3336 Individual Government Steveâ€™s Doughnuts Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014 Bakeries, Breakfast Stokosa Trucking Bryan Stokosa (425) 888-1118 Construction STS Landscape and Construction Services Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754 Landscaping, Tree Services
The Riverbend Cafe Rich Maki (425) 888-6600 Restaurants, Breakfast
Verity Care, LLC Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 Health Care, Health & Wellness
The Woodlands Shar Eller (425) 396-1020 Housing
VisionPhotography, LLC Rick May (425) 533-6933 Photography, Art
TA Travel Centers of America Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 Restaurants, Service Stations
Thistle Editorial, LLC Alexandra Howson (415) 374-9757 Professional Services, Women in Business Member
WA State House of Representatives Chad Magendanz (360) 786-7876 Government
Take Shape for Life Kathy Harris (425) 444-9385 Health & Wellness, Women in Business Member
Timber Ridge at Talus Scott Doherty (425) 336-1506 Senior Housing
Waste Management Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164 Utilities
Today is Your Day Laurie Litwack (206) 409-1771 Health & Wellness, Women in Business Member
We Speak Medicare Maria Myers (206) 963-3459 Insurance
TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club Rebekah Ulatowski (425) 396-6000 Golf
Weaver Financial Steve Weaver (425) 292-3295 Investments/Financial Services
Take Shape for Life/Three Hour Fast Mary Lou Dreher (203) 545-1964 Health & Wellness TALON graphics Timothy Zilinsky 425-788-3379 Graphic Design, Marketing Tanner Electric Cooperative Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 Utilities
White Horse Promotional Products Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557 Marketing, Professional Services
Technical Glass Products LouAnn Smith (800) 426-0279 Glass, Construction
Trinkets & Treasures Kelly Sanchez (425) 441-8471 Gifts, Art, Clothing, Consignment, Florists, Home Decor, Retail
The BindleStick Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259 Coffee Houses, Beer, Coffee
Twin Star Car Wash Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981 Car Wash
The Cascade Team Martine Slater (360) 607-5111 Real Estate
Umpqua Bank Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 Banks, Women in Business Member
Wildcat Football Boster Club (425) 260-8084 Community Organizations, Non-profit Organizations
The Entrepreneurâ€™s Source Robert Hale (425) 298-4928 Consultants, Professional Services
Union Bank Antonio Mason Banks
Windermere Real Estate Yvonne Dalke (425) 829-3772 Real Estate
The Growler Station Echo Schertz (425) 292-0088 Beer
US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger Dist. Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421 Forestry
The Nursery at Mount Si Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 Nurseries
The Pearson Law Firm, P.S. Michele G. Pearson (425) 831-3100 Legal Services, Attorneys
Summit Real Estate Group LLC Jonathan Pearlstein (425) 831-7737 Real Estate
The Ridge Supermarket Tyler Myers (425) 396-1340 Grocery Stores
SubTerra, Inc. Chris Breeds Engineering
Chamber of Commerce Events Event Facilities
White Board, The Audrey Slade (425) 557-3663 Coworking, Event Facilities
Valley Locksmith Marc Rosenthal (425) 888-KEYS Locksmith Valley Professional Cleaning Service Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387 Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, Cleaning Services, Professional Services
Wild Hare Vintage Tamara Smith (425) 954-3722 Retail
Woodman Lodge Peter La Haye (425) 888-4441 Restaurants Workforce Evolution Kim Arellano (425) 888-9790 Consultants, Women in Business Member
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Important phone numbers Cable TV
Comcast (877) 824-2288 Snoq. Pass Cable TV (425) 434-6360 Powder Vision, Fall City (425) 222-6363
Puget Sound Energy (800) 321-4123 Tanner Electric (425) 888-0623
Puget Sound Energy
Water Ames Lake Water Assoc. North Bend Public Works Snoqualmie Public Works 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
Telephone Century Link (800) 201-4099 Comcast (877) 870-4310
Licenses Driver’s License: Dept. of Licensing Vehicle License: Sno Falls Licensing
(425) 888-4040 (425) 888-8705
Transportation Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle Metro Rider Info (metro.kingcounty.gov)
(425) 888-7001 (800) 542-7876
Community Newspapers Valley Record (425) 888-2311 SnoValley Star (425) 392-6434
Schools Snoqualmie Valley School District #410
Elementary Schools Fall City (425) 831-4000 North Bend (425) 831-8400 Opstad (425) 831-8300 Snoqualmie (425) 831-8050 Cascade View (425) 831-4100 Middle Schools Chief Kanim (425) 831-8225 Twin Falls (425) 831-4150 High Schools Mount Si (425) 831-8100 Freshman Campus (425) 831-8450 Two Rivers (425) 888-4394
Fall City (425) 222-5951 North Bend (425) 888-0554 Snoqualmie (425) 888-1223
Hospitals Overlake Hospital Medical Center Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
(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 (206) 722-3700 Children’s Response Center (425) 688-5130 Crisis Clinic (866) 4-CRISIS Eastside Literacy Council (Hopelink) (425) 869-6000 Encompass (425) 888-2777 Friends of Youth (425) 888-4151 Health Dept. Eastside Office (800) 244-4512 KC Sexual Assault Resource Center (888) 998-6423 Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank (425) 888-0096 Mount Si Senior Center (425) 888-3434 Sno Valley Senior Center (425) 333-4152 Sno-Valley Hopelink (425) 333-4163
Service Clubs Fall City Community Assoc. (425) 222-5881 Masonic Lodge, Fall City firstname.lastname@example.org Masonic Lodge, North Bend email@example.com Moose Lodge (425) 888-0951 Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley (425) 503-6391 Sallal Grange (425) 831-2274 Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Club (425) 531-1383 Sno Valley Community Network (425) 333-6614 Sno Valley Eagles (425) 888-1129 Sno Valley American Legion (425) 333-6792 Sno Valley VFW Post 9476 (425) 223-9135
Youth Organizations Encompass (425) 888-2777 4-H of King County (206) 205-3152 Si View Metro Parks (425) 831-1900 Si View Pool (425) 888-1447 Snoqualmie Valley Little League info@svll-net Si View Metropolitan Parks (425) 831-1900 SV Youth Soccer Association www.snvysa.org Wildcat Junior Football Association (425) 888-9758
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