Edmonds Business Briefs: a Rotary tour of PCC, soft open for Walgreens Friday, salon stylist announces move
The PCC Natural Markets store on Edmonds Way played host to several members of Rotary Club of Lynnwood Thursday. Store Director Matt Smith, far left, led the group through the commissary area, including cold storage, bakery, and pizza making (and yes, there were samples). The group learned much about the products that PCC sells and the philosophy behind their successful approach to healthy food.
Speaking of PCC, we’ve learned that the new Walgreens store next door will hold a “soft opening” on Friday. For a reminder on what to expect when you walk through the doors (and a brief history of the bowling alley controversy that preceded store construction), you can see our earlier story here.
Former Ombu Salon stylist Leah Barnett wants to let her clients know that she has left the salon but will be relocating to “Slate,” owned by local stylist Cecelia Fisher, which opens in early March on the corner of 6th and Dayton. Keep up with Barnett’s plans on her Facebook page.
The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has scheduled several ribbon cuttings for next week. They include:
Absolute Fitness & Sports Performance
Tues, Feb 4, 4:30 p.m., 6925 216th St SW, Suite G, Lynnwood
Soups on Café
Fri, Feb 7, at noon, 8402 Bowdoin Way
Sanders Law Office
Fri, Feb 7, 5 pm, 152 3rd Ave S, Suite #107
Feel free to drop by and show your support for these local businesses. The chamber, by the way, now has 506 members and also sponsors a wildly successful FREE weekly networking breakfast open to both members and non-members. The speaker for the Feb. 5 meeting is Barbara Kindness, who will talk about business writing.
All breakfasts are held Wednesday morning from 7:30 to 9 a.m., Fairwinds – Brighton Court, 6520 196th St. S.W. in Lynnwood. The program will start at 7:50 a.m. with the speaker beginning at 8 a.m. Parking is available in the Monroe Hall Parking lot. Continental breakfast is provided or a full breakfast can be ordered for $8.