Wednesday, October 01, 2014 1:52 PM
Twirl Cafe owner Rebecca Pelletier has announced she is closing her business on Oct. 31. Umbrella Tree, an education studio, will open in the space to offer classes and services for children up to age 5 and their parents.
  • Twirl Cafe owner Rebecca Pelletier has announced she is closing her business on Oct. 31. Umbrella Tree, an education studio, will open in the space to offer classes and services for children up to age 5 and their parents. 
  • Southwick receives Community Service Award
    Crisis Clinic executive director Kathleen Southwick, of Queen Anne, was recently honored by Companis with the Janet G. Newell Award for Community Service. 
  • Hendricks named Windermere branch manager
    Kris Hendricks has been appointed branch manager/managing broker of Windermere Real Estate’s Queen Anne office (214 W. McGraw St.).  
  • Coldwell Banker broker Stephanie Kastner is collecting gently used children’s and adults’ coats for Queen Anne Helpline’s clothing bank. 
  • QA Kidd Valley closes, makes way for CVS
    The Kidd Valley restaurant in Queen Anne (531 Queen Anne Ave. N.) officially closed on Sept. 1 to make way for the latest CVS location. 
  • West Marine, a water-life outfitter, will have a grand opening of its new store (1827 15th Ave. W., Suite A22) on Friday, Sept. 12, at 8 a.m., through Sunday, Sept. 14. 
  • Seattle Animal Shelter has expanded its hours to provide more opportunity to adopt animals, redeem lost pets, bring in strays, surrender animals and participate in other shelter activities. 
  • Lauren Little joins Lisa Power Salon (536 Fifth Ave. W.) as a stylist. 
  • Whole Foods (2001 15th Ave. W.) will collect used adult-sized bikes and bike parts on Saturday, Aug. 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
  • Program manager Kristin Moore has left Queen Anne Helpline (311 W. McGraw St.) to spend more time with her family. She served in the position for the last year. 
  • Trader Joes opens Friday on Queen Anne Ave.
    Trader Joes will open at its new location in the Queen Anne Towne building on Friday, Aug. 15. 
  • Local salon raises $4,100 for Justice and Soul
    Lisa Power Salon (536 Fifth Ave. W.) recently hosted a one-day fundraising event for the Justice and Soul Foundation. 
  • Facilities that exceeded wastewater-discharge permit requirements in 2013 earned environmental awards from King County’s Industrial Waste Program for dedication to business practices that protect regional water quality. 
  • Former PNB dancer finds new stage in skin care
    At not quite 30 years old, Jordan Pacitti’s body was already aching seriously from his career as a professional ballet dancer. 
  • King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division earned several Peak Performance Awards from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for outstanding compliance with state and federal permit requirements. 
  • Kent-based Seven Stars Industries (www.sevenstarsind.com) is the newest tenant at Fishermen’s Terminal (3928 18th Ave. W.). 
  • Dolores Pereira has been promoted to senior branch office administrator of Geoff Meno’s Edward Jones office (1900 W. Emerson Place, Suite 106) at Fishermen’s Terminal. 
  • Blue Highway Games (2203 Queen Anne Ave. N.) will celebrate seven years of selling board and card games from around the world with events on Saturday, July 19. 
  • Painting franchise lets college students learn hands-on
    When Magnolia homeowner Clay Newlin decided to create a clean and modern look for his recently purchased home on 25th Avenue West, he turned to a college-run business for his exterior house painting. 
  • Tronquet to head Women’s University Club
    Patty Tronquet, a longtime Magnolia resident and owner of the floral company Pocket Full O’Posies, has been elected as president of the Women’s University Club (WUC) of Seattle. 
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