Kathleen Southwick. Photo courtesy of Companis
Kathleen Southwick. Photo courtesy of Companis
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 4:10 PM
Crisis Clinic executive director Kathleen Southwick, of Queen Anne, was recently honored by Companis with the Janet G. Newell Award for Community Service.
  • 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. 
  • Lewis joins Peoples Bank
    Jeffrey P. Lewis joins Peoples Bank (which has a branch in Magnolia at 3300 W. McGraw St.) as the senior vice president of the Commercial Banking team. 
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