Business news - Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce



Business news - Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Business News
July 2009
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Microsoftee Scott Oki
to Address Chamber
The Chamber
of Commerce
is honored to
feature former Microsoft executive
Scott Oki as
our keynote
speaker for
the July 15
Luncheon at
Wing Point.
Oki is the Founder and Chairman of Oki
Developments Inc. and is a professed entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist, and community activist. His personal
mission statement is “to marry my passion
for things entrepreneurial with things philanthropic in ways that encourage others to
do the same.”
Oki Developments is an investment company with diverse interests in real estate,
golf course development and management,
restaurants, and early to development stage
information technology companies.
He is a former senior vice-president of
sales and marketing for Microsoft, who
conceived and built its international operations from the ground up. Oki also played
a crucial role in Microsoft’s rapid domestic growth during the 1980s. He retired
from Microsoft in 1992.
Oki’s latest passion is education. In his
new book, “Outrageous Learning: An Educational Manifesto,” he’s applying what
he learned in the business world to transforming our nation’s struggling school
The title of his July 15 Chamber presentation is “Outrageous Learning: What is
wrong with our public school system.” He
will take questions and answers and discuss other facets of his business life, such
as golf course development, real estate
and technology.
The July 15 luncheon will be held at 11:30
a.m. at Wing Point. Cost: $15. RSVP:
(206) 842-3700.
Tee it up for Chamber Golf Scramble on August 20
Okay, ladies and gentlemen, now that the summer is in full swing, it’s time to dust off
your clubs and support your local Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber is presenting its 13th Annual Summer Golf Scramble Thursday
August 20 at Wing Point Golf and Country Club on Bainbridge Island. Shotgun start
at 12:30 p.m. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.
Our Summer Golf Scramble is among the most affordable tournaments in the region.
Per player cost is only $110 – that’s just $440 per foursome! The fee includes cart, green
fees, one qualifying try at the $25,000 putting contest, a chance at a hole-in-one valued
at $20,000 and/or a automobile, two other hole-in-one opportunities (with prizes), cash
payouts for gross and net winners, a box lunch, banquet dinner, raffle prizes, mulligans,
and a fun and exciting Live Auction, with great prizes and other surprises.
Player applications are available at the Chamber of Commerce office - 590 Winslow
Way NE – in this newsletter, or on the Chamber’s web site: www.bainbridgechamber.
As many of you can attest, the Chamber hosts a fun-filled tournament. One of our most
popular Live Auction prizes – thanks to the behind the scenes work of San Carlos Restaurant owner and avid golfer Lee Jorgenson - is a chance to play golf and have dinner
with Mike Gastineau and Dave Grosby of KJR-AM sports radio fame.
Our tournament could not succeed without the generous support of our 2009 Eagle
Level sponsors: American Marine Bank and Puget Sound Energy. AMB has been a
booster of the Chamber’s tournament from the very start, while PSE has kicked in for
the past six years.
We also want to tip our caps to our hole sponsors and our special sponsors – those companies and organizations that provide financial support for events such as the box lunch,
the putting contest, the registration table, our beverage stations, raffle ticket sales, mulligan sales, longest drive, closest to the pin contests and the like.
Our special sponsors so far include: Bainbridge Lending Group, Hill Moving Services, Island LuLu, Kitsap Credit Union, Liberty Bay Auto, and Suquamish Clearwater Casino.
Our hole sponsors to date include: Amercian National Insurance, Carolyn Olberg,
Land Title of Kitsap Co. and Zindell Acupucture.
The Chamber is seeking additional special sponsors and hole sponsors. The Summer
Golf Scramble is another great opportunity to market your business and support the
Chamber’s year-round programs and community outreach efforts. For more information
call the Chamber office at (206) 842-3700. - Kevin Dwyer
chamber Events
july Luncheon
Ace Hardware’s Mikamis honored at banquet
Date: Weds. July 15
Time: 11:30 a.m. Cost $15
Place: Wing Point Country
Club. Program: Reforming
Our Educational System.
Register & Info: 842-3700 or
JULY After Hours
Date: FRIDAY. July 24
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Host: Best Western Bainbridge Island Suites, Bainbridge. 350 NE High School
Road. Special showing
of NASCAR car. Public
welcome. No reservations
The #99 Toyata Camry which will
visit the official hotel of NASCAR,
Best Western Bainbridge Island Suites
Kudos to Steve and Becky
Mikami, owners of Bainbridge Island Ace Hardware,
for graciously allowing us to
“roast and toast” them at the
Chamber’s annual Business
Couple of the Year Banquet in
mid-May at Wing Point Golf
& Country Club.
The couple were feted by
friends, family and business
acquaintenances for their hard
work, tenacity and community giving and support. The
Mikamis joked that they owe Top, Steve Mikami offers thanks; Chamber Executive Director
their success in retailing to Kevin Dwyer presents couple with honorary plaque. Above, Steve
three guiding principals: “great and Becky Mikami, with Becky’s mom at banquet. Special thanks
to Frontier Bank (flowers) and T&C (for celebratory cake).
employees, a ton of inventory,
and a big parking lot.”
The couple were honored as the Grand Marshals in the 42nd Annual Grand Old Fourth of July
Parade and Community Celebration. The island’s signature event is produced by the Chamber
of Commerce.
New Board Member – The Chamber would like to welcome John Brubeck as our newest
Board of Director. Brubeck, a Project Manager with Fairbank Construction Co., has been appointed by the board to fill out the tenure of board member Brian Dempsey, who had to leave
the post for business reasons. We want to thank Brian for all his years of service to the Chamber
and the Chamber Board. He is president of Fairbank Construction. In addition to the Chamber, Brubeck is involved in the Winslow Way Reconstruction Task Force, Bainbridge Business
Owners, Kitsap Home Builders Association and the BI Girl’s Lacrosse Club. He and his wife
Karen and daughter Hannah have lived on the island for eight years.
will benefit the Helpline House on Bainbridge Island. The July 23
event will be held from 4-7 p.m.
The very next night, the Best Western is hosting a Chamber After
(on Friday July 24), from 5:30-7 p.m. Chamber members and guest
will get an up close look at the car while noshing on food and beverages and networking with business friends and associates.
Calling all Bainbridge and Kitsap area NASCAR fans! The Best
Western Suites Bainbridge Island is hosting a visit from an official NASCAR vehicle. The # 99 Toyota Camry, which is decaled
just like a NASCAR Nationwide Series car, will be on display at
the hotel on High School Road. Best Western is the official hotel
There are two events associated with the Toyota Camry NASCAR
visit to Bainbridge.
On Thursday July 23, locals can get up close and personnel with
the that looks like the one David Reutimann of Michael Waltrip
Racing drove in April for the Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 at Phoenix
International Raceway.
Visitors will have a chance to win some NASCAR memorabilia and
take advantage of a photo opportunity. For $3 or 3 cans of food, visitors can have their photo taken with the #99 Street Car. All proceeds
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Business News
July 2009
Spotlight on Business
1180 Hildebrand Land NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110-2805
worked as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch, as well as financial consultant and business retirement specialist for Wells Fargo.
As a private banker, Kimrick provides clients with personal and
creative banking solutions that support their short and long-term
Jeff Bilski has been in banking on Bainbridge Island since 1994,
and brings 22 years of experience to managing the local Wells
Fargo. He is focused on providing the best possible customer
experience while taking the time to get to know all our clients
Together, they form a great team to help you and your business
succeed financially. We encourage you to come in and discuss
your personal and business needs, even if it’s just to get a fresh
point of view.
Thank you to our customers for making the Bainbridge Island
banking store one of the fastest growing in the state. And here’s
an invitation to the rest of you to visit us and see what all the
excitement is about!
Welcome to Wells Fargo! Wells Fargo’s history in Washington
dates back to 1857, when we opened agencies in logging towns
on the Puget Sound, in Olympia, Port Townsend and Whatcom
(Bellingham). Our commitment to our Bainbridge Island community remains strong today. Wells Fargo’s Community Banking
approach means that most decisions are made locally, for the benefit of the customers, businesses and communities we serve.
Come check out our newly remodeled banking store and meet
with our local team members. Business Banker Rich Weaver and
Private Banker Kimrick Soltanzadeh have joined store manager
Jeff Bilski and his excellent team to provide a one stop shop for
all your financial services needs.
Rich Weaver has lived on Bainbridge for 17 years, and formerly
owned a retail operation in Kitsap County for more than 25 years.
He understands the challenges faced by local businesses. He believes his role with Wells Fargo is to act as an advocate for his
business clients, helping them to get the best that Wells Fargo has
to offer.
Kimrick Soltanzadeh has lived on Bainbridge for four years.
She brings extensive experience in financial services having
Companies are chosen for the Spotlight on Business in a
drawing at the Chamber’s Monthly Membership Luncheon
The Chamber Thanks its Patron Level Members
Ace Hardware
Steve & Becky Mikami
(206) 842-9901
American Marine Bank
Rex Townsend, President
(206) 842-5651
American National Inc.
Linna Callaham
(206) 780-4310
Bainbridge Lending Group, LLC
Matt Culp
(206) 842-1444
Bank of America
David Boone
(206) 855-1801
Carney-Cargill Inc.
John Carney & Mackie Cargill
(206) 842-8987
The Doctors Clinic
Angela Henderson, Mkt. Mgr.
(206) 855-7700
Liberty Bay Auto Center
Kevin Hogan
(360) 697-4066
Frontier Bank
Gary Kuntz, Manager
(206) 842-9144
Olympic Property Group
Shana Smith
(360) 297-7251
Guild Mortgage
Carolyn Frame
(206) 842-9347
Pinnacle Real Estate
Law Group, LLC
Craig Jones
(206) 780-4151
Hill Moving Services
Steve & Debbie Hill
(800) 833-9555
Reliable Storage
Alyce Sherrard
Kitsap Bank
Kelly Clark
Viking Bank
Doug Stephenson
Wells Fargo Bank
Jeff Bilski
(206) 842-1860
Windermere Real Estate
Jim Laws
Sterling Savings Bank
Ludivina Garvin
(206) 842-8676
Kitsap Sun Newspaper
Mike Levi
(206) 842-5696
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Suquamish Clearwater
Russell Steele
(360) 598-8700
Patron Level Membership: A unique investment
opportunity to market your business and support the
Chamber of Commerce.
Business News
July 2009
Renewing Members...
The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce commends these businesses for renewing their membership:
MacLearnsberry Engineering PS
Custom Printing Co.
Modern Collision Auto Rebuild
Kitsap Sun Newspaper
Otorowski, Johnston, Diamond &
Golden, PLLC
Olsen And McFadden Inc. PS
Bainbridge Island Grange
Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities
Chris Miller, Associate Broker
Gregg Rule, Smith Barney
Aunt Margie’s Beach Guest House
W-H Autopilots, Inc.
Bainbridge Island Plumbing
Skookum Clothing NW
All Creatures Pet Grooming
Larry Knight
Robert O. Conoly, Atttorney at Law
David Lurie
Rolling Bay Automotive
Stonehaven Homes LLC
Trimble Vocal Institute
Elizabeth McLean Petras, PhD
Fabricare Cleaners
The Island School
Mara Lindberg, LMP
Bainbridge Island Beach Cottage
S. Jackie Syvertsen-Windermere
Port Madison Carriage House
Archectics Thomas
David C. Hager, Attorney
Pacific Counseling Clinic, Inc.
Port Madison Home
Avalara, Inc.
AIA/Creative Marketing & Design
Esther’s Fabrics
Bainbridge Island Estate Caretakers
Gilbert Thomes Jewelry
Modernmind, Inc.
Seasons of Thyme
Adam & Eve Clothing Company
Bank of America Home Loans
Eye 4 Antiques
Calico Cat Toy Shoppe
Technical Networking, Inc
Kleppe Construction
New Members
Andrew Lee Photography
9651 NE Winthers Rd.
Bainbridge Is., WA 98110
(206) 755-5325
[email protected]
Sensaria Natural Bodycare
Connie Feikes
9411 Capstan Dr.
Bainbridge Is., WA 98110
(206) 780-3830
[email protected]
Mark R. Soltys DDS
Joy Loomis
600 Winslow Way, Suite L20
Bainbridge Is. WA 98110
At Home Vacation Rentals NW
Ruth Devine/Susan McCarthy
321 High School Rd., ste.D-3
Bainbridge Is., WA 98110
(206) 842-1917
(206) 780-0114
[email protected]
Vacation Rentals
Brofsky Photo Inc
Northwest Boat Rentals & Adventures
Bainbridge Mortgage
Bainbridge Real Properties, LLC
Sustainable Bainbridge
Hildebrand Cleaners & Alterations
ECO Resources Group, LLP
Island Green Clean
Havill Golf, Inc.
Sasquatch, Inc.
Pinnacle Real Estate Law Grp, LLC
C. Anderson Interiors
The Practical Legal Writer LLC
Mixtur Interactive Inc.
Cultural Resource Consultants Inc.
Woodbay Co. LLC
Fusare Construction, LLC
Agate Pass Transportation
Next Step Conditioning Systems LLC
The Retreat at Wing Pt. Beach
Living Organized LLC
Olympic Bible Fellowship
Mundt MacGregor LLC
Billy Boy’s Travel
Mizzen Management Group, LLC
New Members & Members with
News at the June Luncheon
Hugh Montgomery
Woodworking, LLC
Hugh or Marcia Montgomery
14645 Sunrise Dr.
Bainbridge Is., WA 98110
(206) 842-2153
[email protected]
Left to right:
Dr, Malik Prihar of Living
Well Chiropractic & Massage, Dave Hunter of Orion
ADR, Dave Tunkkari,
Wing Point Country Club’s
Director of Golf.
Made on
Tara Powers-Hausmann
9453 Olympus Beach Rd. NE
Bainbridge Is., WA 98110
(206) 915-6636
[email protected]
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Business News
July 2009
Community Events
cess. We are seeking public comments that will help us determine
which services and programs the public values, how the library is
viewed as a community institution, and how we can improve our
performance. Take the survey at website at
Bainbridge in Bloom Garden Tour
July 10-12, 10 am Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities
Fundraiser, Garden Tour. Info:
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Farmer’s Market
Smith Barney has completed their joint venture with Morgan
Stanley and is now Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. Telephone
number is still 206-842-4712, email is [email protected] and website:
Saturdays 9 am Town Square (next to City Hall). Buy direct from
the farmers and craftspeople at the Farmer’s Market, your best
source of fresh, locally grown vegetables, flowers and plants, and
locally made specialty foods, arts & crafts. Weekly through October 24. 855-1500 or
San Carlos Promotion
San Carlos Restaurant is happy to announce the promotion of
Lauren Jorgenson to the position of General Manager. Lauren
is a 1999 graduate of Bainbridge High School. She received a BS
in Sociology from Northern Arizona University in 2003, and has
been back at the restaurant since November of 2003. She will be
working with the following senior staff: Kim Calhoun – Dining
room Mgr, Travis McArdle – Kitchen Mgr, Dean Gellert, Bar
Mgr, Lee & Marianne – Part Time Operations Support & General
Bainbridge Youth Market and Garden
Saturdays, 9 am. Kitty corner from Town Square. Support Bainbridge Island Youth by buying their arts, crafts, garden produce
etc. Info: (206) 842-1250, [email protected],
Seabold Vintage Market
Summer Flea
Parent Child Center has a new home
July 18, 2 -7 pm at Seabold Hall, 14450 Komedal Rd. Vintage
finds, found objects, and collectables …creamy white ironstone,
old-fashioned linens, baskets, iron beds, furniture, fun accessories and more. Info: (206) 817-9880 or
After closing more than two years ago, Bainbridge’s unofficial
parenting headquarters is set to reopen in late July at the Pavilion
complex in Winslow.
The island-based nonprofit KidsUp! will operate the 3,000square-foot center on the 2nd story amid the Madison Ave.
complex’s four restaurants, cafe and movie theater. The larger
space will allow the PCC (originally housed at Commodore
Options School) to include its former amenities as well as room
for a community-events space and an expanded play area, including “town” themed sections such as a KidsUp! town with a grocery store, doctor’s office, house and a park area reading nook,
sand box and water play area. Info: (206) 780-6712 or www.
Virginia V Around the Island Cruise
July 26, 3 pm. Benefit for Bainbridge Island Historical Museum. Food, storytellers, silent auction. Tickets at Historical
Bluegrass Festival
July 25, Battle Point Park. Noon. Annual Bluegrass Festival,
produced by Music Community Resources. Family fun, food,
and more.
Movies in the Park
Moff Interactive Inc. new websites
Saturdays in August, 8 pm at Waterfront Park. Schedule at www. community events calendar.
Moff Interactive Inc and Paladin Data Systems have completed an extensive redesign of their web site, as well as their
products web sites. The new site combines visual appeal with a
user friendly design, w3 standards valid code, and Search Engine
Optimization to promote the Paladin Data Systems brand, uniting
their strong product offerings together under one web site. It uses
Content Management technology that allows Paladin to easily
manage content and keep the site updated with fresh information.
Plus because the content is separated from the design, it is easy
to display content in multiple different formats and page layouts.
Take a look at the new
BI Summer Studio Tour
Aug. 7-9, at 7 artist’s studios around the island. This free event
features over 40 regional artists at local artists’ studios and their
gardens. Complete with musical ambience by local musicians,
come by to meet the artists and shop for original hand-made artwork. You’re sure to find some gems! Info:
Members In The News
BI Library Conducting Survey
The Kitsap Regional Library would like to invite you to participate in a public survey for the library’s strategic planning pro-
(360) 621-8548 cell
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Business News
July 2009
New member Profiles
SportsmAn’s Park Family Fair on Tap
The Chamber of Commerce and the businesses located at the
Sportsman’s Park Business Complex are teaming up to present a fun-filled day for families and local residents on Saturday
August 8, from noon-4 p.m.
The event is an effort by the business tenants to promote awareness of their businesses and their location. “The fair will be a
fun-filled day, with bouncy toys, clowns, food, music and tours of
participating businesses,” said Barbara Reininger of My Kids’
Cookies, who is working with the Chamber to coordinate and
organize the event.
Sportsman’s Park is located at 9723 Coppertop Loop, across from
Sakai Intermediate School on Sportsman’s Club Road.
Web Store
Tara Powers-Hausmann
[email protected]
Admiration and pride for talented Bainbridge Islanders prompted
Tara Powers-Hausmann to start this web store. MadeOnBainbridge.
com sells locally created goods that reflect the beauty and sophistication of our island. We sell items for the home, clothing & accessories, books & cards, crafts, jewelry, and more.
You will find fabulous must-haves for yourself (for example, no
Island women should be without their own “Island Girl” tee) and
great gifts for others. Plus, it feels great to send your out-of-town
relatives and friends something that is Made On Bainbridge!
We deliver locally and ship anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Or
take advantage of free pick-up at a local business, such as the new
shoe store Treads on Madrona Lane.
Media really taking notice of
Locals might notice a few more tourists trekking to the island
these days. That may be a result of some positive media exposure. Here’s a look at some of that coverage:
■ A crew from CNN spent a few days in mid-June visiting
the island and enjoying attractions such as the Bloedel
Reserve, kayaking with the staff of Back of Beyond and
tripping around to various shops and restaurants. The crew
stayed as guests of the Eagle Harbor Inn.
■ The Bainbridge to Seattle ferry was rated by MSN as the
second most beautiful ferry ride in the US, only behind
the Alaska Marine highway. Check out this page on MSN:
■ Thanks to a brilliant four-color advertising spread in Seattle Metropolitan magazine, Bainbridge Island is wellrepresented in a feature story on Northwest island communities in magazine’s June issue. The double-truck spread
was orchestrated by the Chamber of Commerce and included advertising from 16 island businesses and organizations. Seattle and the rest of the country is beginning to
get the message that Bainbridge is a cool place to visit and
spend some quality time!!!
Connie Feikes
Senior Supervisor
Sensaria Natural Bodycare
[email protected]
(206) 780-3830 or (206) 240-8554
Sensaria Natural Bodycare offers an amazing line of naturally-based
skin and body care products. Our products are formulated using the
purest water combined with the finest grade botanical ingredients,
essential oils, vitamins and minerals. Sensaria is a Washington State
business headquartered in Shelton, WA with over 5000 representatives nationwide. I started my Sensaria business in 2003 and over
the past 6 years I have developed a very strong customer base because of our high quality products, reasonable price point and by offering outstanding customer service. Products are available through
my website: or by contacting me
directly. I can also assist you with custom gift baskets that make
great “thank you” gifts to your own clients. As a hostess, you can
invite your friends over for a “Spa Party” and earn $100-300 in free
products while enjoying a relaxing foot soak in warm aromatherapy
water, pampering your feet with our peppermint tea tree foot scrub
and enjoying our lotions and body butters. It’s a fabulous way to
have fun with your friends. You will love it! If you are looking for
an additional business opportunity, we have an outstanding compensation plan that is one of the best in the industry. Whether you
are looking for some great products, a fun night out or additional
income.....I am here to help you!
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
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Business News
July 2009
Fun at Chamber’s MAY After Hours
Chamber members and friends whoop it up at the Offices of Lance
Wicklund, DMD at the May Chamber After Hours.
Pictured above left to right, Gerry Neely, Tami Nissim and Bruce
Carter enjoy a fun moment. Top right, Charlotte Jaberi , Kim Raymond and Elise Golsan of 122 Winslow Dining & Cheer, which
catered the After Hours with tasty treats. Bottom right, Colin and
Patricia Nash of Saxon Cottage B&B.
Kevin takes to the air...
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
Chamber ED Kevin
Dwyer recently had
an opportunity to
fly over Bainbridge
with Chamber
Board Member and
pilot Charlie Frame
and took these
photos. Some of the
photos will be used
in the Chamber’s
new web site, to
be launched after
July 4.
Business News
July 2009
Bainbridge Island
Chamber of Commerce
590 Winslow Way East
Bainbridge Island, A 98110
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Mission Statement—The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce is a community of people dedicated to enhancing
business opportunities and the quality of life on Bainbridge Island making it a great place to live, work and play.
Board of Directors. . .
Rodney Bauch. . . . . . 357-2020
Vice President:
Lois Boubong. . . . (206) 841-3593
Jeff Waite . . . . . 842-0969
Marian Holt McLain. .842-4335
Linda Thurrott . . . . . 855-9666
Mike Loudon. . . . . . . 842-1822
John Brubeck . . . . . 842-9217
Harry Field . . . . . . . . 842-1441
Sheri Watson . . . . . . 842-0731
Gary Winter . . . (360)-598-8085
Michael Rosenthal. . . 842-5720
Charlie Frame. . . . . . . 790-1383
Chris Miller. . . . . . . . . 780-6146
Josh Tuttle. . . . . . . . . . 842-7197
Past President:
Larry Sears . . . . . . . . 842-9091
Chamber Staff. . .
Executive Director:
Kevin Dwyer
Licensing Manager:
Vicki Rauh
Licensing Assistant:
Janet Gerrish
Exec. Asst./Newsletter Editor:
Betsy Leger
Event Coordinator:
Elizabeth Gadbois
Visitor Information Center Manager:
Mickey Molnaire
Web Master:
John Greer, Web Shui LLC
Web Hosting:
Sound DSL
Visitor Specialists: Frances Burress,
Anita & Bill Crosby, Shirley Ellis,
Dawn Hasslanger, Buff Hungerland,
Dudley Jones, Margie, McDevitt,
Mary Phillips, Kris Rothert
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
590 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Phone: 206-842-3700/Fax: 206-842-3713
Email: [email protected]
Printing: Custom Printing
©2009 Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce
All rights reserved.
Mark Your Calendar
for Chamber Events
Sat. July 4 Grand old Fourth of July
All day down town Winslow
Weds. July 15 July Chamber Luncheon
11:30 am at Wing Point Country Club
Fri. July 24 (not Thurs) Chamber After Hours
at Best Western Bainbridge Island Suites
Sat. Aug 8 Family Fun Fair at Sportsman’s
Park, 12-4 pm
Thurs. Aug 20 Summer Golf Scramble
at Wing Point Country Club
Newsletter Deadlines: Business News is published monthly by the
Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce and is distributed to its members.
Deadlines for August 2009 Business News:
For ads, articles and press releases – Tues. July 14th
For inserts – Call to reserve space. 1000 copies are needed, delivered to the Chamber
office for collating by 5 pm. Fri. July 24th Questions? Contact editor Betsy Leger at
the Chamber office, 206-842-3700.

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