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Seattle, WA -- Aug 6, 2020

Imagine this...the world starts to reopen a little more and you are able to go work in your favorite coffee shop or cafe again. YAY! But there are a lot of other people around you and no barriers set up (they should get some walls...) and you reaaaaally don't want to get sick. There's some guy at a table nearby who won't stop coughing and you know his germies are totally flying around everywhere, so you pull out your handy dandy PORTABLE DESK GUARD and set that bad boy up on your table. BOOM, instant protection from all the coughs and sneezes going on around you. The peace of mind makes you have the most productive work sesh ever. YOU NEED A PORTABLE DESK GUARD! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#COVID19 #walls #dividerwalls #socialdistancing #PPE #ppeproduct #ppedivider #CORONAVIRUS #Phase2 #safety #modularwalls #sustainable #sustainablymade #locallymade #SafetyShields #dividerwalls #SneezeGuards #protection #polycarbonate #safetyfirst #sanitize #deskguards #seattle #covidsolutions #SocialDistancingSolutions #wegotthis #reopeningstrategy #reopenresponsibly #dividetogather #divide2gather ... See MoreSee Less

Imagine this...the world starts to reopen a little more and you are able to go work in your favorite coffee shop or cafe again.  YAY!  But there are a lot of other people around you and no barriers set up (they should get some walls...) and you reaaaaally dont want to get sick.  Theres some guy at a table nearby who wont stop coughing and you know his germies are totally flying around everywhere, so you pull out your handy dandy PORTABLE DESK GUARD and set that bad boy up on your table.  BOOM, instant protection from all the coughs and sneezes going on around you.  The peace of mind makes you have the most productive work sesh ever.  YOU NEED A PORTABLE DESK GUARD! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Super epic for LIBRARIES!!! Students!!!! Colleges need THIS!!!

Love this!

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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

On stunning summer days in the Puget Sound, we adore the ever-present views of Mt. Rainier. Artist Janet Hamilton captured Mt. Rainier in all its glory just as the cloud layer lifted and the mountain stood majestically in front of her. Do you love this painting as much as we do?! Well, it could be yours! Join us for our Summer Stars Virtual Gala & Auction starting on August 21 by registering with this link:cascadiaartmuseum.ejoinme.org/rsvp Not able to join us? Consider supporting us with a one time donation here: give.cascadiaartmuseum.org/summerstarsImage: Janet Hamilton "Mt. Rainier - Alive" ... See MoreSee Less

On stunning summer days in the Puget Sound, we adore the ever-present views of Mt. Rainier. Artist Janet Hamilton captured Mt. Rainier in all its glory just as the cloud layer lifted and the mountain stood majestically in front of her. Do you love this painting as much as we do?! Well, it could be yours! 

Join us for our Summer Stars Virtual Gala & Auction starting on August 21 by registering with this link:
https://cascadiaartmuseum.ejoinme.org/rsvp 

Not able to join us?  Consider supporting us with a one time donation here:  
https://give.cascadiaartmuseum.org/summerstars

Image: Janet Hamilton Mt. Rainier - Alive
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 7, 2020

Cash in your coins to Edmonds Coastal Community Bank by August 14th and they will match & donate to the Edmonds Food Bank, up to $500! Get rid of those coins and help our local food bank. #edmonds #donate #foodbank ... See MoreSee Less

Cash in your coins to Edmonds Coastal Community Bank by August 14th and they will match & donate to the Edmonds Food Bank, up to $500!  Get rid of those coins and help our local food bank.  #edmonds #donate #foodbank

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I'm in! Great cause. No one should go hungry. Change my coins and benefits my community.🙌❤

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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

Here is a reminder why to not overload a power strip. Make sure there is a GFI on the strip. Always plug in appliances to the wall, not a strip. Be safe! ... See MoreSee Less

Here is a reminder why to not overload a power strip. Make sure there is a GFI on the strip. Always plug in appliances to the wall, not a strip. Be safe!
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

The can castles are going up! Join the competition this week and help us collect food for Hopelink!Participating is easy - register your team, stack your food, take a photo, and send it in! We'll collect your donations at one of three drop off locations/dates. Learn more and register your team at www.shorelinewa.gov/government/departments/parks-recreation-cultural-services/events-arts-and-cul...If you'd like to donate food to Hopelink but don't want to participate in the competition, you are welcome to bring canned goods to one of our drop-off locations. See shorelinewa.gov/calendar for dates and times.The pictured can castle was created by the Richmond Beach Community Association. Thank you, RBCA! ... See MoreSee Less

The can castles are going up! Join the competition this week and help us collect food for Hopelink!

Participating is easy - register your team, stack your food, take a photo, and send it in! Well collect your donations at one of three drop off locations/dates. Learn more and register your team at https://www.shorelinewa.gov/government/departments/parks-recreation-cultural-services/events-arts-and-culture/special-events/can-castle-contest

If youd like to donate food to Hopelink but dont want to participate in the competition, you are welcome to bring canned goods to one of our drop-off locations.  See shorelinewa.gov/calendar for dates and times.

The pictured can castle was created by the Richmond Beach Community Association.  Thank you, RBCA!
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 7, 2020

Congratulations to Anna and Dan, newly married tonight on The Tennis Green. We love the simplicity and beauty of a Dunn Gardens "Micro-wedding". Cheers to a joyful life together! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Anna and Dan, newly married tonight on The Tennis Green. We love the simplicity and beauty of a Dunn Gardens Micro-wedding. Cheers to a joyful life together!
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

A sweet patio summer wedding celebration! We would love to host your celebration! Please call for more information regarding special events and accommodations for parties larger than five. ... See MoreSee Less

A sweet patio summer wedding celebration! 

We would love to host your celebration! Please call for more information regarding special events and accommodations for parties larger than five.
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 9, 2020

Shoreline Community College is a proud sponsor of Shoreline Farmers Market. Your hometown college, Shoreline offers programs for all stages of life. Whether you want to earn a GED, get enrichment through just one class, or earn a transfer degree, Shoreline’s got you covered. Classes start September 23. Learn more and get started at www.shoreline.edu/programs/ ... See MoreSee Less

Shoreline Community College is a proud sponsor of Shoreline Farmers Market. Your hometown college, Shoreline offers programs for all stages of life. Whether you want to earn a GED, get enrichment through just one class, or earn a transfer degree, Shoreline’s got you covered. Classes start September 23. Learn more and get started at https://www.shoreline.edu/programs/
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 8, 2020

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Wonderful dinner Saturday evening. The restaurant looks fabulous! Food was great. Excellent service. JANE was our wonder server. Will be back!

So happy for you Tim! Restaurant looks amazing!

OMG it’s beautiful 😱

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Seattle, WA -- Aug 6, 2020

#museumatoz The Letter T: .Nelle May (Wilson) Telfer was born in Morris, Minnesota on February 4, 1883. In 1910 she married James M. Telfer at Minnedosa, Manitoba and on February 18, 1911 crossed the border in Blaine, Washington to make way to their final destination: Edmonds. James, a tailor by trade, immediately started work under Charles Soukup (Charles was born in Bohemia, and moved to Vienna at age 13 to learn the trade of tailoring and moved to Edmonds in 1907). When the Telfer children were older, Nelle, who taught in Canada, began to get involved with the Edmonds School District and other organizations. She installed the Rainbow Girls Assembly in Edmonds, and was the Advisor from 1928-1946. She also became the first woman elected to the Edmonds School Board on March 1, 1930. She was involved in other school positions including School Director from 1930-1936 & 1939-1957 and a member of the legislative committee of state school directors, Secretary of Snohomish County and State School Directors Association and Secretary of State Association of School Business Officials...Photos:EHM 220.107: Edmonds Rainbow Assembly 4th of July Parade winning float, 1936; Nelle Telfer center EHM 220.20: Edmonds Rainbow Assembly, June 27, 1932; Nelle Telfer center EHM 200T-01: Nelle May Telfer, July 25, 1957 ... See MoreSee Less

#museumatoz The Letter T: 
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Nelle May (Wilson) Telfer was born in Morris, Minnesota on February 4, 1883. In 1910 she married James M. Telfer at Minnedosa, Manitoba and on February 18, 1911 crossed the border in Blaine, Washington to make way to their final destination: Edmonds. 

James, a tailor by trade, immediately started work under Charles Soukup (Charles was born in Bohemia, and moved to Vienna at age 13 to learn the trade of tailoring and moved to Edmonds in 1907). 

When the Telfer children were older, Nelle, who taught in Canada, began to get involved with the Edmonds School District and other organizations. She installed the Rainbow Girls Assembly in Edmonds, and was the Advisor from 1928-1946. She also became the first woman elected to the Edmonds School Board on March 1, 1930. She was involved in other school positions including School Director from 1930-1936 & 1939-1957 and a member of the legislative committee of state school directors, Secretary of Snohomish County and State School Directors Association and Secretary of State Association of School Business Officials.
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EHM 220.107: Edmonds Rainbow Assembly 4th of July Parade winning float, 1936; Nelle Telfer center 
EHM 220.20: Edmonds Rainbow Assembly, June 27, 1932; Nelle Telfer center 
EHM 200T-01: Nelle May Telfer, July 25, 1957

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I was a Rainbow Girl (at the Masonic Lodge) 1943 and 1954 before we moved to Portland. I remember "Miss teller" coming to one of our meetings and talking to us.

A Fine group of STYLISH LADIES.

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Seattle, WA -- Aug 7, 2020

Chanterelle Family,Our results are in; everyone is happy, healthy, and looking forward to seeing you again! We are excited to announce we will be re-opening at 4:00 PM tomorrow with amended hours! 🎉However, in light of this scare, and considering Governor Inslee’s new order on same-household-only indoor dining, we have made the incredibly difficult decision to roll-back our services to TAKEOUT ONLY. This incident has forced us to reconsider how we will operate moving forward. Because of the delay in testing results, the response to this situation reached beyond just our staff, forcing our family members and many of their co-workers to seek testing as a precaution. As of next Saturday (August 15th), we will continue to seat outdoor tables as long as the weather permits it and take full advantage of the Walkable Main Street! 😊We apologize for any inconvenience, but believe this is the safest course of action for our staff and our community. We deeply appreciate your continued support and understanding, and we are so excited to begin serving you again! ❤❤.. Our new hours will be as follows: Monday to Friday (Takeout only) – 10am to 8pm Saturday (Outdoor Dining and Takeout only) – 10am to 8pmSunday (Outdoor Dining and Takeout only) – 9am to 2pm (Breakfast only)..#edmondstrong #edmondscommunity #supportlocalbusinesses ... See MoreSee Less

Chanterelle Family,

Our results are in; everyone is happy, healthy, and looking forward to seeing you again! We are excited to announce we will be re-opening at 4:00 PM tomorrow with amended hours! 🎉

However, in light of this scare, and considering Governor Inslee’s new order on same-household-only indoor dining, we have made the incredibly difficult decision to roll-back our services to TAKEOUT ONLY. 

This incident has forced us to reconsider how we will operate moving forward. Because of the delay in testing results, the response to this situation reached beyond just our staff, forcing our family members and many of their co-workers to seek testing as a precaution. 

As of next Saturday (August 15th), we will continue to seat outdoor tables as long as the weather permits it and take full advantage of the Walkable Main Street! 😊

We apologize for any inconvenience, but believe this is the safest course of action for our staff and our community. We deeply appreciate your continued support and understanding, and we are so excited to begin serving you again! ❤❤
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Our new hours will be as follows: 

Monday to Friday (Takeout only) – 10am to 8pm 

Saturday (Outdoor Dining and Takeout only) – 10am to 8pm

Sunday (Outdoor Dining and Takeout only) – 9am to 2pm (Breakfast only)
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#edmondstrong #edmondscommunity #supportlocalbusinesses
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 10, 2020

August 11 Speaker: Megan Wolf,Executive Director, Girls on the Run of Snohomish CountyEdmonds Rotary has gone virtual while we are under Snohomish County’s Phase 2 guidelines. We're still meeting every Tuesday at noon – but we're doing it via Zoom. If you would like to attend, contact us at www.edmondsrotary.com/contact for a Zoom invitation/ID. ... See MoreSee Less

August 11 Speaker: Megan Wolf,
Executive Director, Girls on the Run of Snohomish County

Edmonds Rotary has gone virtual while we are under Snohomish County’s Phase 2 guidelines. Were still meeting every Tuesday at noon – but were doing it via Zoom. If you would like to attend, contact us at https://www.edmondsrotary.com/contact for a Zoom invitation/ID.
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Seattle, WA -- Aug 5, 2020

Jill Erickson has been named the winner of the 2020 Puget Sound Bird Fest Poster Art Contest. Her entry, "Crows and Ravens," was selected by a jury from among 26 entries. We were delighted to sponsor the $350 prize for the winning entry. For more information about the Puget Sound Bird Fest, visit www.pugetsoundbirdfest.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

Jill Erickson has been named the winner of the 2020 Puget Sound Bird Fest Poster Art Contest. Her entry, Crows and Ravens, was selected by a jury from among 26 entries. We were delighted to sponsor the $350 prize for the winning entry. For more information about the Puget Sound Bird Fest, visit http://www.pugetsoundbirdfest.com/
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