Community News & Announcements
Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce
Community News & Announcements
June 11, 2014   

GBCC

Upcoming Events


Networking Breakfast
Tuesday, June 17
7:30 - 9:00 AM
Country Inn & Suites


10th Annual Chamber
Open House Birthday Bash

Wednesday, June 18
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Mobius Hall: Cascadia Community College


Member Orientation
Thursday, June 19
1:00 - 2:00 PM
Riverside East


General Meeting
Thursday, June 26
7:30 - 9:00 AM
Northshore Senior Center

Patron Members

 
FinancialBallGame.com

 
Nancy Pipinich, State Farm

 
Gabbert Architects


Cox Printing March_14

Alexa's Cafe & Catering


Country Village Shops


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LZL Construction
 


Sundance Energy Services
 
 
Banner Bank 



Edward Jones_Starman 
Community Partners


 
Waste Management
 
Bastyr University


Puget Sound Energy

Bothell Reporter

UWB

EvergreeenHealth 
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Cascadia Community College 

Committee Meetings

 

 Kenmore Committee
Thursday, June 12
8:30 - 10:00 AM

Key Bank, Kenmore  

 

   

Senior Resource

Tuesday, June 17 

9:30 - 10:30 AM

Chateau Bistro

  

 

Business Advocacy

Tuesday, June 17 

Noon

Bothell Police Station

 

 

Downtown Action 

Wednesday, June 18 

2:30 PM

Alexa's Cafe


 Ambassadors 
No Meeting in June
 
Contact Us
Greater Bothell 
Chamber of Commerce

425.485.4353
info@bothellchamber.com
23716 8th Ave SE, Suite I-1
Bothell, WA 98021


Lori Cadwell
Executive Director
lori@bothellchamber.com


Brittany Caldwell
Director of Operations
brittany@bothellchamber.com


Kim Monson
Office Manager
info@bothellchamber.com



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Chamber Announcements
Welcome New Members

Bob & Lauren Bullock, Eye of the Needle Winery

They love wines you can drink anytime. Pull a cork - food or not. It could be a special occasion or a spectacular sunset. They don't have airs or pretenses and neither does their wine. It's all about enjoyment, family & friends.

 

Tammi Boggan, hibu 

Offers digital solutions for small to medium sized businesses.

 

Chris Hathaway, Comcast Business

Services business needs for internet, phone and television.

 

Thank You Renewing Members
Community News & Announcements:
SHOUT OUT!


Shout Out
"I want to thank my family and friends, EvergreenHealth and the staff that took such good care of me, and the medics who came to my house and their excellent care.  I am very blessed to still be here. I want to give back to the folks who have given me this second chance, EvergreenHealth. So, on June 14th from 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM Carolina Smoke will have a Rib Day to benefit EvergreenHealth."
Submitted by David Hayward, Carolina Smoke BBQ
 

Please send your announcements, congratulations, testimonials and thank you's to Brittany@bothellchamber.com.
Networking Breakfast 
Tuesday, June 17
7:30 - 9:00 AM

Start your day with several exciting rounds of high-powered and focused networking proven to build relationships and garner results. 

Connect with fellow Chamber members and create new business opportunities as we partner with Northshore Rotary. Bring at least 40 business cards and be prepared to present your business with a one-minute "infomercial." 

Admission charges (includes a full breakfast & networking rounds): $20 for members*; $25 for non-members
*$5 member discount if you pay by Friday, June 13
Location: Country Inn & Suites

10th Annual Chamber Open House Birthday Bash!  

Wednesday, June 18     

5:00 - 7:00 PM   


Celebrate our 10th Anniversary as a Chamber at our Open House on Wednesday, June 18th!

 

Upscale After Hours business networking event, promoting businesses and services in the greater Bothell area. The Open House will feature exhibit tables and complimentary food and beverages from local restaurants and catering companies.

 

This is the perfect opportunity to mingle with Chamber members and guests while getting to experience the beautiful Mobius Hall on the Cascadia Community College campus. Meet your business neighbors and learn how we can be the voice for your business!

 


Food, Wine & Beer Provided By:
Alexa's Café & Catering * Goose Ridge Winery * Ivar's * Lombardi's Italian Restaurant * The Hop & Hound * The Steel Pan * Uncle Peteza's Pizzeria * Wild Vine Bistro * Village Eatery and Tea Co.

 

Thank you to our sponsor!  
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Member Announcements
Real Living NW Realtors says "Goodbye" to a Very Special Friend & Broker

Mark Standish-A Father, Husband, Rotarian, Real Estate Broker, Chamber Member and dear Friend to our community, passed away on Saturday, May 31, 2014.   He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Suzanne and two daughters, Madelaine and Mackenzie.  Mark was an amazing person with a true passion in making his community a great place.  He exemplified his caring sense to his family and community through his participation in the Northshore Schools, where his daughters attended, as well as, his works with Rotary.  He also had a great passion for making sure that children and teens in our communities were being fed through his participation in the Nourishing Network.  Mark was an outstanding man and we were all honored to be a part of his journey.
Kenmore Business Free Seminar Series: "A Great Brand is Great for Business" Tonight!
Wednesday, June 11

City of Kenmore Logo Kenmore Business Free Seminar Series featuring Kenmore Business Incubator Mentors continues on June 11 at 7:00 PM at Kenmore City Hall. "A Great Brand is Great for Business", featuring speaker, Troy Turner, Founder and President of V2 Works.

What is a Brand? It's not a logo. It's not an identity. It's not a product. A brand is a person's perception of a product, service or business. This impression is simply based on a customer's gut feeling. People are emotional, intuitive beings, and they are not simply looking to purchase something; they are looking for confirmation of their way of life. Learn what it takes to stand out and be different.

During this session we will cover subjects such as: What is a true brand; Why is your brand so important; Brandgineering by Design; Brand Victory.

Come Prepared: Get some one on one time with Troy by emailing (Troy@V2Works.com). Send your questions and attach any images before June 9th and he will address them specifically either during the seminar or if you like after the meeting is over. Take advantage of his 30+ years in branding.

Register here: http://www.kenmorewa.gov/Page.aspx?cid=3844.

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Bothell City Council Approved Building a New City Hall

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At their meeting on June 3, 2014, the Bothell City Council approved construction of a new City Hall building, replacing the current City Hall which was built in 1938. Construction is scheduled to start in late July 2014 and is expected to take 15 months.

 

"This is an exciting moment for the City of Bothell, and I thank the citizens of Bothell for their input and support of this important public facility," said Mayor Joshua Freed. Mayor Freed further remarked, "In the last 10 years, no project has undergone more public evaluation and discussion than the City Hall project. Over the last 8 years alone, there have been 27 public discussions related to the development of a new City Hall. Throughout the public discussions, the community has demonstrated general consensus regarding the need and location for the facility. Most recent discussions focused on examining and determining the right time to build the facility. The Bothell City Council determined on June 3, 2014, that now is the right time to build the City Hall given Bothell's positive economic environment along with historically low interest rates and material and labor costs." Read more... 

 

www.futureofbothell.com 

AT&T Hiring in Bothell! 

AT&T is recruiting candidates for customer support specialist jobs in Bothell.

Around 150 positions are available and more information is available att.jobs/Bothell. AT&T employs more than 4,500 people in Washington, and the company has set the standard for building jobs and investment based on a consumer-focused environment. With highly competitive wages and benefits, AT&T jobs are among the best in the United States.

 

"AT&T is innovating and investing in Washington to make sure our customers continue to have the best customer service, products and services available," said Bob Bass, Washington president at AT&T. "Anyone who is interested in being part of a great company, and making a positive difference."

 

Selected candidates will receive paid job training. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, pension and/or 401(k) savings plans, and a wide range of potential career opportunities.

 

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Cat Adoption Event and Free Microchips at Homeward Pet Adoption Center

Join us! From June 14-22, Homeward Pet celebrates Adopt A Shelter Cat Month with $9 adoptions on all cats over 9 months old - in honor of Best Friends Animal Society's 9 Lives for $9!

 

It'll be 9 times the love here at Homeward Pet - our kitties can't wait to see you for this great adoption event! See our available cats at www.homewardpet.org/cats 


Keep your pet safe this 4th of July. Bring your spayed/neutered cat or dog to Homeward Pet Adoption Center where they will implant and register the microchip for free. While supplies last.


* Friday, June 27 from 4:00 - 7:00 PM
* Saturday, June 28 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

Located at 13132 NE 177th Place Woodinville

 
Northshore School District Makes Progress in Naming New High School
Article by Sarah Kehoe, Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

Superintendent Larry Francois shared at the Chamber's May Luncheon that the Northshore School District ended their online community survey and selected eight possible names for the new high school, slated to open in fall 2017.

An online survey was launched from March until the end of April to get the public's opinion. Results from the survey were forwarded to the district's High School Grade Reconfiguration Task Force, which narrowed the list down to eight names. Potential names are Canyon Ridge High School, Duwamish High School, Greenview High School, North Creek High School, North View High School, Northbrook High School, Pacific Crest High School and Tambark High School.

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Hot Rods, Hot Dogs and Motorcycles  
Saturday, June 21
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

hot rod car show Bring your classic, custom, vintage or special vehicle & show it off in downtown Bothell at Life Celebrations by Washelli on Saturday, June 21.

All are welcome to come enjoy free picnic food, sweet buffet and live music tooFor more information, contact Dale Amundsen (dale@chaplaindale.com/206.724.2037) or Kevin Smith (ksmith@washelli.com/425.486.1281).

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www.washelli.com 

Bothell Historical Museum Society is Spreading the News! 
Saturday, June 21
3:00 - 5:00 PM

Did you ever wonder what life was like in Bothell in the early 1900s? Now you can take a peek at life in our town more than 100 years ago! The early Bothell Sentinel and Citizen newspapers have been digitized and are now available on a searchable website. You will learn how to access and use this valuable resource.

This presentation at the Bothell Library will feature the newspaper website and tell how our community of volunteers and contributors accomplished the digitization of Bothell's historic newspapers. We will also talk about what's next for Spread the News!

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Celebrate Summer Wine Down Event 
Wednesday, June 25
6:00 - 9:00 PM

Wine Down

Last month was a hit, time for an encore! Join Team Troy of Keller Williams Realty at Armstrong Family Winery, 19151 144th Ave NE., Woodinville 98072.

They'll provide the tasting, food, plus 1 full glass of your favorite wine! Live Music! Invite friends and family to come, kids are welcome too!

RSVP here! 

Volunteer Opportunity: End Summer Hunger Food Distribution Redmond & Sno-Valley

hopelink Come help distribute food to families in need! Hopelink is in need of capable, able-bodied volunteers to help run our End Summer Hunger Programs in Redmond and Sno-Valley. Days and times vary but they are looking for volunteers(s) at each food bank to make a regular commitment for length of the End Summer Hunger Program.

If you are interested in the opportunities in Redmond, please contact Lauren Laing at llaing@hope-link.org or 425.298.0010.

If you are interested in the opportunities in Sno-Valley, please contact Rachel Rhodes at rrhodes@hope-link.org or 425.333.4163, ext. 104.

https://www.hope-link.org/take_action/end_summer_hunger/