Heidi Schultz of Corwin Beverage Company elected president of the Washington Beverage Association
by DIwpBacon on December 11, 2013
Heidi Schultz, photo courtesy of Corwin Beverage Company.
Heidi Schultz of Corwin Beverage Company of Ridgefield has been elected President of the Washington Beverage Association (WBA), the trade association that represents beverage producers, bottlers and distributors throughout Washington. She joined the WBA Board of Directors in 2008 and has most recently served as Secretary/Treasurer.
Schultz is currently the Vice President, Administration for Corwin Beverage. She has worked for the company for 15 years. More information about Corwin Beverage can be found at www.corwinbevco.com. To learn more about the WBA, visit www.wabev.org.
Free Clinic of Southwest Washington Holiday Ball raises over $200,000
Posted December 11th, 2013
The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington raised $213,385 at the annual Friends of the Free Clinic Holiday Ball Saturday, December 7 at the Heathman Hotel. In addition to revenues from over 215 tickets sold, funds were raised throughout the gala evening with the auctioning of two wine walls, a paddle raise, and a jewelry raffle.
The Free Clinic offers medical, dental, vision and specialty care services, provided by more than 600 volunteer professionals. The Free Clinic is completely funded by the local community and all donations stay in Southwest Washington.
The Holiday Ball was presented by PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center and emceed by Mark Mathias, owner of Beaches Restaurant. Kaiser Permanente and Legacy Health System were dinner sponsors. For more information, visit www.freeclinics.org.
Fourth annual “Check ‘em off Green” holiday sale this Saturday
Posted December 11th, 2013
The fourth annual Check ‘Em Off Green holiday gift event will be this Saturday, Dec. 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Marshall Community Center 1009 E. McLaughlin Blvd. in Vancouver. It will feature 100 local vendors providing handcrafted, local, recycled or upcycled gifts, enabling shoppers to check everyone off their list in one simple and sustainable stop.
“This event is a great community event – it supports the Parks Foundation, while keeping local dollars in the local economy,” says organizer Terra Heilman. “Shoppers will be able to find handcrafted gifts, many made from recycled materials, which everyone on your list will enjoy.”
The event is sponsored Columbia Credit Union. All funds benefit the Vancouver Parks Foundation. For more information about this event, visit http://reusing.blogspot.com/p/green-your-holiday-with-check-em-off.html.