Erin McCallum of Enterprise Washington op-ed in Seattle Times

Erin McCallum, President of Enterprise Washington, wrote an op-ed published in The Seattle Times today concerning The Washington State Redistricting Commission needing to set aside political partisanship and meet the January 1 deadline. The State of Washington has not been redistricted since 2001, and since these lines were drawn, the state’s population has grown by 1 million, meaning […]

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Museum of Flight Names New Space Gallery in Honor of Charles Simonyi

On Thursday, Dec. 8, the Museum of Flight announced its new state-of-the-art, 15,500-square-foot space gallery will be named the Charles Simonyi Space Gallery in honor of Charles Simonyi, two-time space traveler, architect of Microsoft Word and founder of Intentional Software in Bellevue. Simonyi, who gifted $3 million to the $12 million building, also announced on Thursday […]

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Overlake Continues Expanding Clinic Network

Overlake Hospital Medical Center is continuing to grow its network of primary care medical clinics on the Eastside with the acquisition of Issaquah Medical group, now named Overlake Medical Clinics Gilman. As part of the acquisition, Overlake has added two primary physicians and an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) to its staff. The new clinic […]

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Turner Construction names new leaders in expansion efforts

Today, Turner Construction announced that Dan Gemme has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Turner’s Seattle office. Incumbent, Jack Beaudoin, has been appointed as vice president and general manager to lead expansion efforts in the Vancouver, Canada region. Gemme has nearly 25 years of experience in the construction industry including field work, […]

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Enterprise Washington teams up with The 2012 Project

Enterprise Washington announced yesterday, Nov. 9, it is partnering with The 2012 Project to inspire women with experience in the private sector to run for the Washington State Legislature.    “We are extremely excited to partner with The 2012 Project to help professional women who are interested in running for public office succeed,” said Erin McCallum, president […]

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Medic One Foundation funds Dispatch Academy to teach 9-1-1 dispatchers how to improve cardiac arrest survival rates

Today, Seattle Medic One and King County EMS conducted the Dispatch Academy, a program funded by the Medic One Foundation that is designed to teach 9-1-1 dispatchers how to improve cardiac arrest survival rates in their communities. The program gives attendees an in-depth, comprehensive look at the King County Dispatcher-Assisted CPR program and provides mentoring for the development of […]

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Gene Juarez partners with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to offer in-salon mammograms during October

Last week KOMO-TV visited the downtown Seattle Gene Juarez Salon and Spa to meet some of the women receiving in-salon mammograms. Participanting women not only received a mammogram screening, but they also enjoyed a complimentary relaxing mini hand treatment or foot soak, a soothing cup of tea and a special gift. The screenings are continuing today at […]

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Microsoft and Kemper Development partner to support Tateuchi Center

MicrosoftCorp. and Kemper Development Company today announced a joint commitment to contribute $2 million to the Tateuchi Center Campaign, to build a state-of-the-art performing arts center in Bellevue, Washington. The two companies have pledged $1 million apiece to the center, which will feature a 2,000-seat Concert Hall and 250-seat Cabaret, and bring nationally and internationally […]

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