Seattle-based publishers of the Northwest’s premier golf magazine, Cascade Golfer, announced details of a six-event series of golf tournaments for amateur golfers in 2010 that will feature more than $100,000 in prizes, including rounds of golf at some of the West Coast’s premier venues, travel packages to Bandon Dunes, Hawaii, Palm Springs and more, a trip to the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, and tickets to the 2010 U.S. Amateur and 2010 U.S. Senior Open, and more.
Chris Pinchiff, Kentlake High graduate and Western Washington University freshman is the branch manager for Student Edge Paintings.
Pinchiff has began organizing and promoting his Maple Valley branch threw networking, posting flyers,and handing out house to house flyers each weekend.
Few people know that tucked into the massive new federal health reform law was a federal takeover of the student loan program.
Begun in 1965, the Federal Family Education Loan program was a public-private partnership in which banks provided federally guaranteed student loans. In the early 1990s, the federal government created a “government option” of direct federal loans as an alternative.
A shot in the dark suggestion turned out to be the perfect solution for the Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce.
When the chamber was in search of new office space to call home, board member Jim Flynn suggested the organization move to some space in a building he manages then make the most of it by developing a business incubator.
Stone Canyon Design will be moving from its location at Four Corners to the home of owner Mary Weiler April 1.
Stone Canyon is a home design and remodeling business, which had been located at the Four Corner site for five years.
For information or to schedule a design consultation contact Weiler at 425-413-2200 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Covington Rotary scheduled a food drive 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 27 in front of Fred Meyer in Covington, 16735 Se 272nd St.
The drive benefits the Maple Valley Food Bank, which services the local communities.
Businesses interested in contracting with King County should find the process easier to navigate and more efficient under a new executive order signed today by King County Executive Dow Constantine to reform the county’s procurement and business processes.
It is estimated that one in every three scams in the United States is aimed at a small business owner. Among the variety of scams they use are directory scams and vendor scams.
Small businesses are a principal target for scam artists of all types.
Marking the end of his first 100 days in office, King County Executive Dow Constantine will outline his agenda for reforms of County government in a series of speeches next week including Friday, March 12th, when he will speak at the Maple Valley Rotary Club.
The 12th Annual Curves food drive and Curves Nationwide is out to collect millions of pounds of food for local area food banks.
This year Maple Valley Curves has added some healthy competition.
A bartender, a chef and an aspiring restaurateur have come together with their financial backer to fill a gap in Covington’s restaurant scene with the impending opening of 2seven2 Grill and Bar.
Tao Kane, the bartender, has been in the restaurant business since he was 18. Now 35, he first met business partner Chris Rodwell, the aspiring restaurateur, while he was mixing drinks.
Sean Stewart, Maple Valley Rotary president, presented Ginger Passerelli, the founder of The Soup Ladies, a check for $1,000 towards the purchase of a larger generator for their mobile kitchen.
These days, it seems like profit has become a dirty word. To hear some politicians talk, you’d think making money was a bad thing — and that those who do should be taxed and regulated to death.
In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
Christine Dougherty claims she lost 54 pounds in two years, which comes to about half a pound per week. Why is this news? Because Christine wasn’t really on a diet. She ate like millions of other Americans eat every day – mostly fast food and such.