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Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce
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February 18, 2015    

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Brian Burkholder DC, Discover Chiropractic
The doctors at Discover Chiropractic will evaluate your condition, provide you with honest, straight forward advice on how to manage and correct your problem and educate you on how to avoid your issue again in the future.

Erica Ridout, Brainstorms Collective

Services include graphic design for web, print, branding, art direction, content and project management across a range of industries.  We offer studio level experience at home-office rates and take pride in our long term relationships with clients and vendors.


Takiyah Brown, 5 G.E.M.S Fitness & Wellness
A comprehensive fitness and wellness studio that aims to provide a unique experience for school aged girls (1st - 6th grade) here in Bothell and the surrounding areas. The company is based on a five point program which includes: fitness, wellness, empowerment, community service and sisterhood.

Bec Lewis, Farmers Insurance, B Lewis Agency
Provides insurance services for auto, home, business, life, flood, earthquake, boat and pet.
Thank You Renewing Members
We appreciate all of our members and would like to thank those who renewed recently:

Kenmore "State of the City" Luncheon
Wednesday, February 25

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Check in/networking at 11AM


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Join us for the first Kenmore "State of the City" Chamber Luncheon where our featured speaker City Manager, Rob Karlinsey, will inform us about all of the major changes and upcoming activities in Kenmore.

  
To be held at Inglewood Golf Club, 6505 Inglewood Rd. NE, Kenmore.


Thank you to our event sponsor: The Spencer 68
Community News & Announcements:
SHOUT OUT!


Shout Out

Thanks to JD Davis and the Sundance Energy Services team for sending out a great tech to do my annual furnace cleaning.  It had been quite a few years since it had been cleaned, the tech showed up, did a great job and was just plain friendly.  Nice to know service like that sill exists. Submitted by Tim Hunter at Creative Services 

 

Please send your announcements, congratulations, testimonials and thank yous to Brittany@bothellchamber.com.

Shamrock Shuffle

Wine & Beer Walk at Country Village
Saturday, March 14

5:00 - 8:00 PM
Shamrock Shuffle Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a one of a kind wine & beer tasting event featuring over 15 Washington wineries and breweries,

each located in a different Country Village shop.

Select bottles of wine and beer will also be available for sale that night!  Proceeds to benefit your Chamber.

 

Tickets are required:

$20 in advance or $25 at the door while supplies last.

Tickets include 10 tastes, additional tastes can be purchased for $1 each. 

 

Click here for details

March After Hours Social with Woodinville Chamber at

Goose Ridge Winery
Tuesday, March 24

5:00 - 7:00 PM
All Greater Bothell and Woodinville Chamber members are invited to our March After Hours Social at Goose Ridge Winery, a family-owned and operated vineyard and winery dedicated to limited production, handcrafted wines from select, estate-grown grapes, with handcrafted Bordeaux and Rhone varietal wines.

 

Hors d'oeuvres provided by Alexa's Catering

 

See more info here: March After Hours Social  

You're Invited! Share Your Ideas at the Chamber Fundraising Meeting
Tuesday, March 31

12:00 - 1:00 PM


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Calling all creative minds!  Your Chamber is looking for fun ideas to incorporate into our existing events (such as our Annual Open House, Wine Walks and most importantly the Annual Auction) that are entertaining, add to the event itself, and also raise funds.

 

Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 31 form 12:00 - 1:00 PM at the Bothell Police Department.  Pizza will be provided!!

 

For more information, or to RSVP, please email Lori@BothellChamber.com

Member Announcements

Rotarty to Host UW Crow Expert
Thursday, February 19

12:00 PM


 Rotary

UW Seattle crow expert, John Marzluff will be speaking at the February 19th Rotary lunch at the Inglewood Golf Club, and the public is invited.

 

His lecture can be found by following this link:  http://www.uwb.edu/visitors/crows

"Faces and Places" Exhibit Open House
Friday, February 20

5:00 - 8:00 PM
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Colorful collages provide whimsical counterpoint
to her minimalist watercolor landscapes,

"New Work by Kathy Collins".
 

Artist reception Friday, February 20th
from 5:00 - 8:00 PM.


On display thru March 28th at TSUGA Fine Art & Framing, 10101 Main St, Bothell.

 

Consumer Trafficking
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Consumer Trafficking is the gathering and selling of our personal and private information by Internet companies, who track and trade our personal digital data every moment we are connected to the Internet. They sell our information behind our backs for huge profits, and all they provide in return for this invasion of privacy is a "free" service or the latest app. They've turned our privacy into a product and our identities into a commodity.  It's not right, and it's not necessary.  People should be able to socialize and transact business on the Internet without having to sacrifice their personal privacy.

 

To learn more about your digital footprint and how it's being monetized, please visit http://www.StopConsumerTrafficking.com.  

Aegis of Bothell's Concert Series Begins this Friday
Friday, February 20, March 6 & 27

 
Aegis of Bothell Come and enjoy some of the most talented musicians in Washington, right here in Bothell.

 

These local stars will entertain you with their beautiful sounds and wonderful performances from 3:30 - 5:00 PM.  Delicious appetizers and beverages will be served.


Scott Cossu Jazz Pianist February 20th
Miss Rose&Her Rhythm Percolators March 6th

Jazz Bestos March 27th 

 

RSVP to bot.con@aegisliving.com or 425.487.3245

http://www.aegisofbothell.com

AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarships Available
Applications Due March 3


 CityLogoColor The City of Bothell is looking for Applicants for the AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship fund. Six of these $1250 scholarships are available through a statewide competitive process for students who are actively engaged in their city government and/or community and plan to attend post-secondary school in fall 2015.

 

To be eligible, a student must be graduating from high school, home school or receiving a GED in spring/summer 2015; live in Bothell; plan to continue their education at an accredited post-secondary institution in the 2015-2016 academic year on a half-time or more basis; and have been involved with a city government or with a community/school leadership activity.

 

Information and application materials can be obtained at the City's website. Completed applications are due no later than March 3rd, 2015.

Applicants should submit completed materials to Peter Troedsson.

AWC Scholarship Press Release

AWC Application Instructions

AWC Scholarship Application Form

City of Kenmore Survey on Vision Statement
Survey Deadline: February 21


City of Kenmore LogoThe City of Kenmore is conducting a survey to get public feedback on potential revisions to the Vision Statement for the Comprehensive Plan. The Vision Statement was last updated in 2006.

 

The Kenmore Comprehensive Plan serves as the overarching policy guide for making decisions regarding ordinances, regulations and public facility investments in the city. The Vision Statement creates a shared vision for the future; lets City decision-makers know what really matters to the community; and results in a Comprehensive Plan that reflects community values.

 

We encourage everyone who lives and/or works in Kenmore to participate in the 10-minute survey, which can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/s/Kenmore2035. Printed copies of the survey are available at City Hall, 18120 68th Ave NE. The survey deadline is February 21.


The City's Planning Commission and City Council will review survey responses at a public meeting, tentatively scheduled for late February.

Northshore Senior Center: Winter Potluck

Sunday, February 22

3:00 PM
NSC Logo Free admission with your favorite dish (hot or cold). We will furnish garlic bread, dessert and coffee.
Event takes place at the Northshore Senior Center.

Please sign up by Feb. 18th. Call 425-487-2441 for reservations or for more info contact Mary Evans
marycevans@peoplepc.com.

 

Volunteer Recruitment:

The Northshore Senior Center is the largest senior center in our state, and they need your help. There are a number of volunteer positions available, days and times are varied. Volunteers are needed as trip drivers, travel planners, in the coffee bar, front desk reception area, office assistants, computer lab, fitness center, and kitchen.


Training is available in all positions. For more information and to view all volunteer opportunities, please view our website northshoreseniorcenter.org or call Rubbina at 425.286.1032. 

Congratulations to Evergreenhealth - Ranked in top 5%
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Year after year, EvergreenHealth delivers exceptional care and service.
2015 marks the sixth year
EvergreenHealth has received the Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence award from Healthgrades, honoring us as one of the
top 5% of hospitals in the nation.  Simply put, we have one of the lowest risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates across at least 21 of 32 common conditions and procedures in the nation.

This quality award embodies everything we stand for: Lower risk, better outcomes and more ways EvergreenHealth keeps you at your healthiest best. For more info contact Laurene Burton.  

"The Art of Recycling" Exhibit at Kenmore City Hall

Friday, February 27

6:30 - 8:00 PM
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"The Art of Recycling," a juried exhibit of artwork incorporating recycled materials, will open Friday, February 27 at the Arts of Kenmore Gallery in Kenmore City Hall. The public is invited to the opening reception from 6:30 to 8 p.m. featuring a presentation by Gay Jensen, an award-winning fiber artist from Seattle.
  

The new exhibit showcases a wide range of style and application in artworks containing at least 70% recycled materials. "The Art of Recycling" is the latest in a series of five exhibitions mounted throughout the year by Arts of Kenmore, a nonprofit organization that also puts on the annual Kenmore Art show at Bastyr University in June. 

  

Free Technology Integration Review for Chamber Members

One Time Offer to celebrate our joining Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce & Our "Seahawks" Super Bowl return

 

Dave, The Businesstechman, will meet with you and create a review of your business and its technology.

A technology review includes the following information: Technology Health Score, Security, Comparison and
Custom Options.
  
Northshore School's Foundation Granting to Benefit 36,480 Students!
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With the help of 700+ families, 40 community business sponsors and community organizations like Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and Woodinville Rotary, the educational experience of 36,480 students will be enhanced. (Some students impacted more than once.)
 
Northshore Schools Foundation's Becky Birch and Carmin Dalziel presented a check for nearly $40,000 to Northshore School District. The funds were granted after a district-wide process which identified needs that aligned with Foundation funding initiatives of Literacy; Advanced and Disadvantaged Learners; Teacher Excellence; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; and Enhancement Programming.

"The Northshore Schools Foundation works tirelessly to support district initiatives that enhance both learning and teaching for students and staff.  They are wonderful partners and we appreciate their work!" said School Board President Janet Quinn.
 
The 12th annual  Luncheon will be held April 7, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM, at the Lynnwood Convention Center, with the intention of raising funds to support the District's efforts to insure that all students have a successful transition from graduation to the school or career of their choice.

City of Bothell Website Survey

Survey Deadline: February 28      

               
CityLogoColor The City of Bothell is encouraging residents, businesses and visitors to Bothell to take a brief online survey about the City's website. The survey is available from a link on the homepage at www.ci.bothell.wa.us or via this link, Survey. The survey closes on February 28, 2015.  Thank you for your help.

 

For more information contact Catherine Jansen.

Homeward Pet Silver Anniversary Adoption Event
Saturday, February 28

12:00 - 6:00 PM
Homeward Pet

 

Join us to celebrate 25 years of giving homeless animals a second chance.

 

All adoptions $25!

 

For more information: www.homewardpet.org, 13131 NE 177th Pl, Woodinville

Opening Week Celebration - 5 G.E.M.S. Fitness & Wellness
 March 2 - March 7
Join 5 G.E.M.S. to help celebrate their opening week, March 2nd through March 6th, ending with an Open House on Saturday, March 7. Experience the unique fitness and developmental services their company has to offer girls in the 1st - 6th grade.  Free demo classes, custom discounts for the first few registrations, free t-shirt for the first 25 girls registered.

 

5 G.E.M.S. Fitness & Wellness, LLC is a comprehensive fitness and wellness studio that aims to provide a unique experience for school aged girls (1st - 6th grade) here in Bothell and the surrounding areas. The company is based on a five point program which includes: fitness, wellness, empowerment, community service and sisterhood. 5 G.E.M.S. is designed for girls to come and engage in healthy self-building, team-building and community building activities through an active exercise program and specific developmental programming in a structured environment.

 

Read more...
City Hall Project Update
                       
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A signature project in Bothell's ambitious vision for its downtown revitalization, the new city hall will be part of a vibrant, multi-use block known as the "City Center."  The mixed-use gathering place includes a three-story, 251-car parking structure beneath a 53,000 square foot office building and town hall/community meeting rooms.
  
For more information on this exciting City Hall project or other downtown development click on the links.

EvergreenHealth Presents

"Concussion Prevention & Traumatic Brain Injury: Mind Matters"
Saturday, March 7

6:30 PM 
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From youth sports to the professional level, sports-related brain injuries are a serious issue for athletes and their families. Join us for a panel discussion on the prevalence of sports-related concussions and how to protect your athlete.

 

Panel includes Stanley Herring, MD Seattle Seahawks Team Physician.

Held at EvergreenHealth Surgery and Physicians Center, 12333 NE 130th Lane, Kirkland, WA 98034.

 

Flyer: Mind Matters

Article Bothell Pediatric & Hand Therapy Presents: Ask the Expert "Toddler Talk"
Tuesday, March 17

7:00 - 8:30 PM
Bothell P&H Ask The Expert - Toddler Talk:
How to Help Language Grow 

 

Come join us for this FREE community event on
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 from 7:00 - 8:30 PM at
BP&HT Pediatric Clinic

 

Topics Include:
* Trouble understanding your child?
* Curious if your child's language development is on track?
* Want to know more about bilingual language learning?
* Focus on children from 0-4 years old

 

To register, please email stevenj@bpht.com