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* Sunny Kobe Cook at Shoreline Chamber

Membership Luncheon, Wed. , Jan. 14, 11:45 AM, Alumni Room at the Conference Center, $20, RSVP Required

Speaker:  Sunny Kobe CookSunnyKobeCook
 
SURVIVE or THRIVE?
7 Tips to help your business do BOTH

Are you finding challenges in your business?  Have you hit a plateau?  Do the economic forecasts make you nervous?
 
Sunny Kobe Cook, founder of Sleep Country USA and award winning Northwest entrepreneur has 7 simple tips to fine tune your business.  With these often overlooked points, you can cruise through a slowdown more profitably.  You will learn ways to give your brand a jump start and help you reach the finish line ahead of your competition.

RSVP is required by Friday, January 9, to order lunches from the caterer.  To reserve your spot click here to register on line, call (361-2260) or email the office (info@shorelinechamber.com) and Sharon will confirm your reservation.  If you RSVP and cannot attend you will still be charged for your lunch.
 
Door prizes are always appreciated.  It is a good way to promote yourself and your business.
*SCC Supports Arthritis Foundation

The International Peer Mentors (IPMs) of International Programs and DECA students supported the Seattle Arthritis Foundation's annual fundraiser, the Jingle Bell Run and Walk.  These students worked hard to recruit participants, who will joined 205 teams from all over Puget Sound in the event's 5K run and a 5K walk.  (The event also offers a 1K children's run with elves). The Shoreline team raised $1,485, placing the college team as #12 in funds raised (all registration fees go to fundraising.) 12th out of 205!  Congratulations to all!

Arthritis Foundation Development Manager Kelsey Birnbaum said that the size of the Shoreline team (72) is very impressive.  The group is comprised of students, faculty, staff and community members. This is the sixth year for the IPMs to coordinate an SCC team.

Special kudos go to IPM, Frederik Handavan, who was the college's team captain and Mari Kosin, Assistant Director of International Student Services. 

The Jingle Bell Run & Walk is an annual fundraiser to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. Funds raised provide vital funding for research, programs and services to prevent, control and cure arthritis and related diseases for over 2.2 million people living with arthritis in the Pacific Northwest. (Taken from Jingle Bell Run & Walk web site.)