24 to May 1, 2017
of the Colville Chamber of Commerce: Provide leadership to stimulate,
promote and support economic vitality, tourism, communication, education and
community pride in the greater Colville, Washington area.
Chamber “After Hours” hosted by Parkview Senior Living, located at 240 S. Silke
Rd., from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend this event, stop by to
network with other business owners, community members and enjoy a beverage and
Our Chamber Open Golf
Tournament is Friday, May 5th at Dominion Meadows Golf Course in Colville. Registration
deadline was April 21, 2017, but there is still time if you want to sign
up. Please let us know by the end of this week. For
the non-golfers, think about joining us for dinner only. Throughout the
afternoon silent auction items will be on display for bidding. This is a
great opportunity to introduce or highlight your business with donated items.
Following golf will be a social time and dinner. There will be a brief program
honoring the Chambers “Business of the Year” Weaver’s Garage & Exhaust and
the Chambers “Volunteer of the Year” Stewart Kent and introductions of the new
Chamber Board members for 2017-18.
invited to attend Chamber meetings held on Tuesdays at noon at the Eagles Lodge
on North Wynne Street. It is a no-host lunch with a speaker or program
for each meeting. We try to publicize these meetings in advance so everyone
can make plans to attend. If you would like to make a presentation of
interest to the community, call the Chamber office at 684-5973. We
want to thank Dave Pehl and Tom Baun for their presentation during last weeks’
Chamber luncheon meeting.
April 25: Chris Cargill
w/ WA Policy Services on “WA’s new Min. Wage Law”
May 2: Amanda Six with
Stevens County Libraries
May 9: Kevin Thomas
Hulten with the Statesman Examiner
May 16: Greg Knight with Rural Resources
Calendar of Events:
Go to www.colville.com or
Colville, WA on Facebook for more info.
April 25: Colville City
Council meeting at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend.
April 24-28: The Libraries
of Stevens County is joining a nationwide campaign to offer free financial
education classes to consumers. Kettle Falls Public Library will be hosting
various local community experts duringMoney Smart Week. All free workshops and classes will be
held at Kettle Falls Public Library located at 605 Meyers St. Kettle Falls,
WA. Contact Kettle Falls Library for times
& classes or call Katy Pike at 509-738-6817 or email@example.com.
Chamber “After Hours” hosted by Parkview Senior Living, located at 240
S. Silke Rd., from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend this event,
stop by to network with other business owners, community members and enjoy a
beverage and snacks.
April 28: 60-80 high
school students from up to 10 communities all over Washington State will descend
upon our county to test their skills at the Washington State Forestry
Competition. Started locally in 1979 by Clark Hedrick, Stevens County
Conservation District (SCCD) has hosted local and state youth forestry contests
to provide an incentive for learning about forestry. Station events are
supervised by local foresters and loggers in support of these youth education
opportunities. The Washington Local and State Forestry Contests are exclusively
funded and operated by monetary donations and volunteers. Your financial
support would be greatly appreciated and would assist the Stevens County
Conservation District in sponsoring this year’s contests. Your
contributions provide: Lunch at the state contest to feed approximately 120
students and volunteers, Portable restrooms, Materials and supplies
necessary to put on the events, Scholarship for the winning team to help defray
the cost of travel to the National Forestry Competition held in Indianapolis,
IN this year. For more info contact Dean Hellie, District Administrator,
Stevens County Conservation District at 509-685-0937 ext. 110.
Essential Oils 101 with Young Living, at Meyers Falls Market Community Room
from 12:00-2:00p.m. Contact Laurie Dawson at firstname.lastname@example.org,
laurienaturally.com or 509-930-0953.
April 29 & 30: Woodland Productions 2017
Spring Concert Folk Songs & Songs for Folks!! Tickets sold only at the
door. Saturday’s concert is at 7:00 p.m. & Sunday’s concert is at 2:00p.m.
Farmers Market opens on Astor Street every Wednesday and Saturday from 9-1pm.
May 3: Colville High
School Blood Drive from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. inside the hall next to the
gym. Contact Noreen Johnson at 509-991-2418 for more information.
May 4: Tri County
Economic Development District will be holding an open house from 3:30 to 6:00
p.m. to celebrate National Small Business Week. There will be light
refreshments and free giveaways, meet the staff and tour the facilities. For
more information please call 509-684-4571.
May 4: Saundra’s is
opening a new location! Coming soon, the Saundra’s Outlet located in Saundra’s
6,000 sq ft remodeled Wynne Street Warehouse Showroom (316 S. Wynne Street).
The Saundra’s Outlet will have new and slightly or gently used furniture for
sale as well as overstock items, clearance specials, and consignment. If you
are interested in putting your furniture on consignment, please email a picture
of the item and what you are wanting to get out of it to email@example.com.
All consignment items will have to be approved. If you would like any more
information on how the consignment works please contact Genevieve Wilma at
Saundra’s. 509-684-4491. The opening date for the Saundra’s Outlet is scheduled
for May 4th, and the hours will be Thursday, Friday, Saturday
May 5: Colville
Chamber’s Open Golf Tournament at Dominion Meadows
Golf Course in Colville. The day will be full of events starting with a FUN
golf tournament! The entry fee includes green fees, dinner at the Elks Club,
goodie bag and door prize ticket. Registration
deadline is April 21, 2017. Please contact the
Chamber Office at 684-5973 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. Again
this year is a Hole In One contest sponsored by Sunshine Disposal &
Recycling, a hole in one wins $50,000 or a new Chevy truck from Country
The HUB’S 8th Wine Tasting Gala and auction at 5:00 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased at Main Street Floral or at the HUB.
May 12-13: Fogle Pump & Supply Open House: We
are having our 36th anniversary sale thru the month of May, Lots of great
specials thru out the store....on May 12th and 13th we will be having our Open
House, giving tours of the new building, having some fantastic drawings like, a
flat screen TV, outdoor BBQ, $100 gift card, and Grand Prize will be a SoftMax
Water Conditioner a $1895.00 value, plus even more items not mentioned. We will
be doing a BBQ with Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Chips and Drinks both Days between
11:00 and 2:00, Factory Reps will be here, Live Radio Remote both Days.
High Tea in honor of Mothers at 1:00 p.m. at the HUB. Please call 675-1479 to
Upcycling bird feeders from 1:00 p.m. at The HUB sponsored by Parkview Senior
Living. RSVP 675-1479.
May 25: Chamber “After
Hours” at Fogle Pump & Supply at their new location at 2250 Hwy 395 N.
Everyone is welcomed to join us at this event. Come see their new building and
enjoy a beverage and snacks.
Save the Date:
*June 24 & 25- Lake Roosevelt Walleye
29- Chamber “After Hours” at Dominion Distillery
13-15- 5th Annual Area 36 Benefit for Shriner's
Hospital for Children
*August 5- Blazing Saddles
*August 7-11- First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School
Community Garden: This is an exciting year of collaboration with local
community gardens. Keep your eyes open for gardening classes to be held this
spring and summer at the Colville Community Garden. If you are interested in
classes or would like to see how we can become involved at your local community
garden please contact Adena Sabins, WSU Master Gardener Coordinator email@example.com or (509)251-1251.
We're open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and we have all sorts of
fresh-picked greens: Bok Choy, Romaine Lettuce, Red and Green Leaf Lettuce,
Spinach, and Kale. Come find us on Instagram and Facebook to see all that's
Falls Market: Wine
Tasting May 19 4:30-6:30 p.m. One Day Qigong May 6 10:00-4:00 p.m. Essential
Oils 101 May 13 12:00-2:00 p.m. Young Living Essential Oils May 27 12:00 2:00
p.m. & June 10 12:00-2:00 p.m. Join us the 3rd Friday of every
Yoga classes in the Viniyoga style. Mondays 5:30-7:00 pm, with Lisa
Jekubik (RYT 500) of Blue Moon Yoga; classes located in Meyers Falls Market
Community Room. Drop-ins welcome (please call first to confirm space
availability). Contact Lisa: (509)690-1742 or firstname.lastname@example.org for
Parkview Senior Living: Do you want to meet the “movers and shakers” of this
community? Come to Colville Chambers “After Hours” at Parkview Thursday
April 27, from 5:00pm to 6:30pm. Come network and schmooze with local business owners and other community minded folks. Come
relax, enjoy refreshments, appetizers, door prizes, and of course contacts
Tough Enough Equestrian Drill Team would like to announce our annual "Manure Mania"
fertilizer sale! We will also be adding "Krispy Kreme"
Doughnuts to this year's sale so you can get 50 - 80 # bags of fertilizer
for your garden and doughnuts by the dozen for energy for all the garden work!
We will be located in the Maruji and Raines parking lot, located near the
southend roundabout, April 22nd and 23rd from 9 - 5 and again on April 29th and
30th from 9 - 5. You may pre-order your fertilizer by calling Cindy
Baskin at 684-1710. Pickup truck loads of manure ($100.00 /
load) are available by appointment - please call Cindy at the above number.
The Tough Enough Equestrian Drill Team is a Washington State Non-Profit
organization. The funds raised are used to purchase insurance
and equipment for the Team and to help with travel expenses for the Team
as they travel and represent our Colville and Arden communities.
May 1 is the deadline to enroll in a 4-H or add projects to compete as a 4-H
member during the summer’s 4-H events. Contact WSU Stevens County Extension at
(509)684-2588 or email Shannon email@example.com
for information on joining 4-H. Just a reminder now is the time to apply
treatments to many fruit trees. Early preventative care can help prevent many
pest issues that emerge later in the season. Applications now can prevent such
issues as peach leaf curl, fire blight, aphids, scale, spider mites and many
more fungal and pest issues. Remember to always consider using an integrated
pest management strategy that focuses on the long term prevention of pests or
their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control,
habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices and use of resistant
If you have an event or activity of interest to our community,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have an awesome week!
Colville Chamber of Commerce
986 South Main Street Suite B
Colville, WA 99114
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