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HDSCBA                     April 2014                                

 
 Guest Speaker
 
Mike Bomar

 “Mike Bomar has been diligently building the organizations he's been involved with and gaining the experience base we believe will serve him well as President of the CREDC,” said CREDC Board Chair Bill Dudley in a press release. “We believe he has both the talent and leadership skills to continue the success of this organization.”
Bomar, who has served as executive director of the Southwest Washington Contractors Association (SWCA) for the last three and a half years, was unanimously approved for appointment to the position by the CREDC board following a national search.
Prior to his work with the SWCA, Bomar spent six years at the Building Industry Association of Clark County where he was the director of government affairs. He currently sits on a number of professional and nonprofit boards and committees, including the Clark County Skills Center Advisory Council, Development Engineering Advisory Board, and the WSUV Alumni Advisory Board.
Monthly
General Meeting

 
Time and Location:
2nd Wed of Month

40 et 8 Annex
7607 NE 26th Ave
(just off 78th St.)

 11:45am to 1:00pm



Cost:
$10 for lunch
Feb. lunch provided by 40 et 8
Please be certain to makechecks payable to
HDSCBA
NOW EXCEPTING CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

RSVP
'Ila Stanek'  ilastanek@hotmail.com

 

Upcoming  Events
 
Evergreen Habitat for Humanity's
 9th Annual Golf Tournament
Build a Home in 18 Holes!
June 5th, 2014
Contact the office to reserve your spot by calling 360-737-1759 or email Melissa at
melissa@ehfh.org. 


2014 Green Business Showcase and Reception
Presented by the Vancouver Business Journal
Date: April 16
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

 

Join us at the Historic Fort Vancouver Artillery Barracks for an evening event celebrating green business. Share your ideas and learn about what businesses are doing to be green, create a healthy work environment for employees, and give back to their communities. The Clark County Green Business program will recognize program participants that have completed all the requirements to be verified as green businesses. This event is for the business community of Clark County.
The cost is $10 per person and includes hors d'oeuvres.

Do you know Business or a Business person that would be interested in HDSCBA?
Be sure to Invite them to our next meeting as a guest.
Contact Sharif and he will reach out to them
SharifBurdzik@riverviewbank.com

In case you Missed it:

Speaker for March meeting was Det. Tom Mitchum, he spoke to the group about
 Protecting yourself and your business from fraud
Summary:
Online banking is safer then mailing payments. Business mailboxes are broken in to more than personal boxes and you should never put outgoing mail in mailbox always take to post office or put in blue postal box. For about 43 you can purchase personal information including S.S numbers and credit card numbers. Always check machine before swiping debit card when using ATM of gas stations if they wiggle do not use they could have a skimming machine that will steal your information.

                               ATTENTION 

New Members & Renewals
.  Please be certain to update your contact information as well as any new/current details about your business as this is the source of our website detail on your business and its activities.  This is the only reference we have about your company/products/services.  Help us get it right and get it in front of the community on the HDSCBA.org website.
For your convenience click the link below for the current Renewal / Application

HDSCBA  MEMBERSHIP 



This years Klineline Kids Fishing Event will be held both Sat April 12th and Fri April 11 for Special needs children. Every year almost 3000 kids are invited to learn about fishing and the outdoors. All registered children will receive a t-shirt and a fishing rod for only $5. This worth while event is looking for donations to help run this fun, amazing event for our local children. To make a donation or to get involved contact:
Al Jaffe at the March meeting or Jamie Birkland at 360-931-5524

 
Bill's Chicken and Steak House set to close after 49 years
Bill’s Chicken and Steak House, a landmark Vancouver restaurant, has been sold and its longtime family owners expect April 12 to be the venue’s last day of business. The 49-year-old restaurant was sold by brother-and-sister proprietors Jane Wiger, 69, and Alan Teel, 66. Their parents, Bill and Rosemary Teel, opened the family steak house in 1965 at 2200 St. John’s Blvd. The building and its additional parking lot sold for $475,000 to Ailian Ma, who reportedly plans to remodel the 7,700-square-foot venue and reopen it as a Chinese restaurant.
 
Important Member News
HDSCBA will provide all paid Members with up to 2 new name tags per business with our current logo.
Be sure to update your information on your application /renewal. You can also forward information to secretary@HDSCBA.org
 

Did You know that The Hazel Dell Salmon Creek Business Association has a Scholarship, open to Seniors of Columbia River, Skyview & Hudson Bay Students and/or Reside in Hazel Dell Salmon Creek area?
If you meet the criteria you can receive $2000 towards tuition at Clark College
 

Member Spotlight


Ward Jewell – State Farm Insurance                      Ward Jewell/Dana Snodgrass, Owner/Office Rep.
8409 NE Hazel Dell Ave.                                            Phone: (360) 574-6300 
Vancouver WA 98665                                                E-mail: ward@wardjewell.com      
 
We are a second generation State Farm Agency that has been a part of this business community for over 30 years.  Our mission is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected and realize their dreams.
 
Jason P. Smith, CPA, PS                                        Jason P. Smith, Owner
10000 NE 7th Avenue, Suite 400                               Phone: (360) 567-1041
Vancouver WA 98685                                                E-mail: office@mycpajason.com   
 
Since 1996 Jason P. Smith, CPA, has been providing quality personalized financial guidance to local individuals and businesses.  Our mission is to help clients maintain financial viability in the present, while taking a proactive approach to achieve future goals.  We provide a wide range of services to individuals and businesses in a variety of industries.  Our firm strives to meet each client’s specific needs.
                                                                                                                                                                             
Blind Onion Pizza                                                   Gene Schwendiman, Owner/Franchisor
9230 NE Highway 99, Suite 100                               Phone: (360) 608-1715
Vancouver WA 98665                                               E-mail: gene@blindonionpizza.com             
 
Serving Clark County since 1997 – and Hazel Dell since 2007.  (Gene is a most generous contributor to a number of local events during the year.  We appreciate his support to our schools and neighborhood events.)
 
iQ Credit Union                                                       Julie Arenz, Business Lending                                                                                    Jamie Dotson, Business Development
8901 NE Hazel Dell Avenue, #111                           Phone: (360) 418-4429
Vancouver WA 98665                                              E-mail: JulieA@iQcu.com

Business loans? Check.  Business accounts?  Check.  Business Investments and services?  Check and Check.  Whether you’re a sole proprietorship or a large corporation, iQ Credit Union will help your business thrive with a full range of business loans and business banking services, plus customized account options for you and your business.  iQ Business Banking – A Partner in Your Corner.

 

Would you like your business in the spotlight be sure to add information to your Application/Renewal
You can also send your information to secretary@HDSCBA.org
 

The 50th Anniversary Of The Hazel Dell Parade of Bands is fast approaching.  This year's theme is Golden Jubilee and will be held May 17 - Armed Forces Day. There are several exciting additions to this year’s parade events and you can watch them all and stay connected with the app for smart phones – “Hazel Dell Parade of Bands” (iPhone and Androids).  Parade watchers can comment on the entries and bands, post their photos and generally interact with the whole celebration as never before.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!

We are in need of 75-80 volunteers to work from approx. 7:30 am to 11:30 am and/or 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. The positions are:

 Registration, Staging, Banner holding, Sign Holding, Parade Route Walkers, TV Area preparation, TV Area Security, End of Parade security and direction control, Buses and Little League Helpers


To get involved or to have your business help sponsor contact:
Shawn Hanlon at
Shawn.hanlon@comcast.net

Anniversary this year?  If your company is celebrating an anniversary this year, or if you know of a community organization who is, let us know so we may gather that information in advance of this year’s 50th Annual Hazel Dell Parade of Bands.   We would like to include other anniversary celebrations as well as ours
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Family-Community Resource Centers highlighted by Data Quality Campaign, OMG Center for Collaborative Learning

 

Next month, Vancouver Public Schools’ (VPS) Family-Community Resource Centers (FCRCs) will take the spotlight as a success story highlighted by the Data Quality Campaign, an advocacy group focused on the use of high-quality data to improve student achievement, and the OMG Center for Collaborative Learning, a social-sector advisory organization. The success story will highlight the strategic use of data in Vancouver’s FCRCs, 13 school-based centers providing wraparound services and support to poverty-affected students and their families. In April, the success story can be found at www.dataqualitycampaign.org/blog.

 

The district culls data from several sources to shape programming specific to each FCRC and to identify individual students and families who need additional support. Internal and external stakeholders use data from student, family and community needs surveys to build programs for their schools. Individual school performance data also guides every FCRC’s annual action plan, and FCRC site coordinators use data to identify students with chronic absenteeism and enroll them in attendance programs. In addition, each FCRC collects and reports data related to program attendance, resources, in-kind contributions and grant awards, connections to agencies and other metrics, and uses this data to evaluate its work.


DID YOU KNOW?

As Clark County grows, develops and changes, so do the concerns of our association member businesses. Historically, the group has provided interaction between the Hazel Dell/Salmon Creek business community and the area’s citizens, young and old, through such activities as the Hazel Dell Parade of Bands, Fire Prevention Poster Contest, Highway 99 Corridor Revitalization Team, High School Student Scholarships to Clark College as well as other youth and school events and projects.
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