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SCC ANNOUNCES THEIR MEMBER NOMINATED “Best Small Business of the Year, 2020” as follows. The Awards will be presented on Nov. 19 via Zoom.
SCC Members can vote at this link
The awards are sponsored by:
Family to Family Senior Care, Inc. :
Locally owned and operated. Often referred to as “angels”, these owners support local businesses, serve on the Eastside Friends of Seniors board, donate and volunteer for EFS, work hard to make sure each resident feels at home in their care and welcome extended families. They do this all while running a neighborhood friendly business
Locally owned and operated. Past SCC President. This business donates to schools and Community events, always advocates for fellow business owners.. You will often see the owner volunteering at events. The staff has great customer service and displays friendliness, never missing a beat during the pandemic. This is a happy employee group which proves that the owner treats them well.
Very Community minded. Supports local business and SCC. Sponsors many events in the City including the Sammamish Farmers Market. Adjusts products, services and hours to meet the needs of residents and to be COVID-safe.
Pine Lake Local Ale House:
Locally owned and operated, where everyone knows your name. known as the local “spot” or hang out. The owners take good care of their staff and customers and did so during the pandemic. Changing to “take out” and back to dining in again was seamless for them.
King County is currently in a modified Phase 2, allowing more businesses to reopen. King County submitted a plan to the Washington State Department of Health to allow for limited reopenings of recreational, social, and business activities in accordance to Jay Inslee’s Safe Start reopening plan. This plan was approved June 19th. Activities may begin immediately as outlined in Phase 2. Here is an article on King County’s Phase 2 plan.
Support Our Local Businesses!
Sammamish restaurants are there for us when we want to celebrate something and meet for fun with our family and friends. They are still in the kitchen willing to serve us through take out and delivery. Let’s be sure to support them through this time of crisis. Here is a list of the SCC-member restaurants still open:
- Dairy Queen
- Emerald City Smoothie
- La Casita
- MOD Pizza
- Mommy’s Kitchen
- Pagliacci Pizza
- Pine Lake Ale House
- Sammamish Cafe
- Zeek’s Pizza
To comply with the city’s decision not to hold a farmers market at city hall this year, the SCC will hold its COVID-19-safe Farmers Market outside of Sammamish.
The new 2020 location of this smaller Farmers Market will be at the Red Barn Farm, across from the Gray Barn at the corner of Sahalee Way and Highway 202.
We request that each guest wear a mask and send only one representative from each household to purchase food. Any pre-orders can be made through our website and picked up by car in our drive-thru pick-up lane.
The 2020 Market season is scheduled June 3 – September 16 from 4-8 PM each Wednesday.
Interested in being a Market sponsor?
Check out the SFM Sponsorship Package.
Looking to volunteer?
Info Booth shifts available: 4:00-5:30pm, 5:30-6:30pm, 6:30-8:00pm
A great way to meet the community!
Set-up and breakdown volunteers are also needed from 2-4pm and 7:45-9:00pm.
This is a perfect opportunity for students to collect school-required community service hours and be involved in their community.
Know a local band, act, school group, community group who would like to perform at the market?
We are scheduling the market’s entertainment and are accepting applications.
Reserve a spot for a Business Booth
Get more info here.
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Photos from Sunny Hills Elementary Ribbon Cutting on Oct 13th.
Photo Credit: Jean Johnson Productions
Top slider photo credit: Jean Johnson Productions
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