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Year-Round Shelter At Lincoln Center Approved For Study By Bellevue City Council

Year-Round Shelter At Lincoln Center Approved For Study By Bellevue City Council

Year-Round Shelter At Lincoln Center Approved For Study By Bellevue City Council. The City Council has agreed to study expanding operations at the temporary men’s shelter at Lincoln Center to year-round. The center is located at 116th St NE. Year-Round Shelter At Lincoln Center Approved For Study By Bellevue City Council Currently, the emergency shelter, which… Continue Reading

Women Entrepreneurs $4 Million Global Competition

Women Entrepreneurs $4 Million Global Competition

Women Entrepreneurs $4 Million Global Competition is initiated by M12, Microsoft Corp.’s venture fund, in collaboration with the EQT Ventures fund and SVB Financial Group, on Thursday, July 26, 2018 announced the Female Founders Competition, seeking to accelerate funding for top women-led startups focused on enterprise technology solutions. Two winners will share $4 million in venture funding,… Continue Reading

Plastic Bag Ordinance In Kenmore

Plastic Bag Ordinance In Kenmore

Plastic Bag Ordinance In Kenmore was adopted by the city council on Monday, July 23, 2018. The new plastic bag policy will be effective next year January 1, 2019. Plastic Bag Ordinance In Kenmore The said ordinance was said to encourage the use of reusable carryout bags in the City of Kenmore. The policy prohibits retailers… Continue Reading

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center

Airman Charles Heitz Kirkland Native Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center. A 2017 Bishop Blanchet High School graduate and Kirkland, Washington, native is serving at the Navy’s largest aviation training center. Kirkland Native Airman Charles Heitz Serving At The Navy’s Largest Aviation Training Center Airman Charles Heitz serves with the Naval Air Technical… Continue Reading

Generate More Revenue And Enjoy More Freedom By Using This Trick

Freedom 101: Secret ‘Trick’ Helps Hundreds Secure More Personal Freedom Freedom, Time and Money!  What are the advantages of working from home? 1. More freedom If you are employed, you might have limited freedom because you have to report to your seniors. You have to meet certain targets in the workplace. However, the good news… Continue Reading

Collection Sites Open to Help Global Christmas Project Reach Children in Need

Volunteers from the Eastside Washington Area Team are celebrating the record-breaking collection of 14,600 gift-filled shoeboxes that will remind children around the world they are loved and not forgotten. The Samaritan’s Purse project, Operation Christmas Child surpassed last year’s Eastside Washington Area Team donations of shoebox gifts. The Eastside Washington Area Team is now thanking… Continue Reading

New parenting resource to kill summer camp planning pain

Tis the season to plan for your children’s summer camps! Those 10 long weeks to fill with thousands of programs out there, to many parents, summer camp planning is tedious, frustrating and time-consuming. It is truly a headache. Here is why. Parents need to visit many camp providers’ websites, manually find programs that satisfy their… Continue Reading

Social Entrepreneurship and Socially Conscious Businesses Take Center Stage

Coin Up, a mobile donation app that allows people to easily donate their virtual spare change from every purchase, embraces the socially conscious business model Consumers today are increasingly caring about the social consciousness of the companies that they do business with. In fact, according to Nielsen, a company that provides consumer insight, 55 percent… Continue Reading

Trump's War on Women, Hillary's Wall Street Support a Boost to Eventual “Write-In” TV Candidate

LionHound Productions CEO Michael Wilson today said Hillary’s tight connections with Wall Street and Trump’s “war on women” add up to good news for LionHound’s new TV program, “The Write-In.” Wilson, creator of the program, pointed out that “only Sanders and Kasich have bothered to court millennials,” which Wilson called the “forgotten demographic.” “Millennials and… Continue Reading

Tips for Greening Your Business this Earth Day

MIAMI, Florida – (March 21, 2016) – It is estimated that the average office worker uses around 10,000 sheets of paper each year. Most people have no clue how much they are actually using, or how much is being wasted. But it doesn’t stop there. The corporate world is a hotbed of activity when it… Continue Reading