Hi all. I’m Kris the web admin here. I’ve noticed that it may have been difficult to link to specific posts. This is because we have two domains–one domain is pointing to the other. I also had domain masking on but I have realized that it created linking challenges so now masking is off. My apologies for any inconvenience.
Please feel free to link away!
The Vancouver Food Co-op is celebrating the Fall Harvest on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Vancouver Marketplace on Columbia and Evergreen. The event will be catered by Woody’s Tacos, featuring appetizers and desserts made from ingredients grown by local farms (and you can bet when the VFC is doing it, that’s LOCAL farms, not the tri-state area).
The Co-op will be unveiling its new logo, designed by Vancouver’s Tribe2 Graphic Design and Creative Services, the same folks responsible for the Turtle Place mural, and talking about store opening plans. Bluegrass band The Grey Sky Boys will play.
The event is FREE, so don’t miss it. My only regret is posting this so late!
Annually the Vancouver Business Journal scours the community in search of up to 40 individuals under the age of 40 who have distinguished themselves through their accomplishments either professionally or through volunteer and philanthropic means.
Who do you know who has:
- Demonstrated an ability to lead a group of co-workers to successful completion of a team project?
- Started or maintained a successful business or other venture in Southwest Washington?
- Exceeded your expectations as an employee or co-worker?
- Gone out of their way to share their talents with local not-for-profits?
Certainly someone you know has achieved greatness in our community — wouldn’t you be proud to see them recognized for their accomplishments?
Nominations are due end of day Friday October 2, 2009.
Click on the link below NOW to nominate your friend, colleague, customer, or the non-profit board member you serve with. You know them and there is still time to nominate them.