Scene in Edmonds: Taste tips go to Edmonds Boys and Girls Club

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The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce at its Wednesday morning networking breakfast presented Edmonds Boys and Girls Club with a check from the tips received at the Taste of Edmonds this year. From left, Taste festival consultant Craig Cooke, Chamber President and CEO Greg Urban, Boys and Girls Club Unit Director Brandie Lovelace and Chamber Membership and Events Director Sandra Williams.
The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce at its Wednesday morning networking breakfast presented Edmonds Boys and Girls Club with a $4,067.14 check from the tips received at the Taste of Edmonds Beer and Wine Gardens this year. From left, Taste festival consultant Craig Cooke, Chamber President and CEO Greg Urban, Boys and Girls Club Unit Director Brandie Lovelace and Chamber Membership and Events Director Sandra Williams.

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  1. That is great. Where is the amounts each door brings in? To what groups get that donation? Each non profit really looks forward to that money.

  2. In all the Edmonds Chamber donates over $16,000 to local service clubs and non-profits from the “A Taste of Edmonds” event.

    Thank you to all the groups who help make the event happen each year. Edmonds Lions Club, Edmonds Kiwanis Club, Clothes for Kids, Soroptimist, SeaFair Boat Club, Police Explorers, Edmonds-Woodway High School and the Edmonds Boys & Girls Club.

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