Each year, EWI of Spokane honors two of its members – The Most Valuable New Player of the Year and the Representative of the Year. These awards recognize the representative that exemplifies the principles and the mission statement goals of EWI. The Representative of the Year Award is given to a representative that has been a member of the Chapter for more than two years, and the Most Valuable New Player Award is given to a member of less than two years. Each recipient receives a plaque and a Chapter-paid scholarship to the following year’s Leadership Conference and Annual Meeting, to...
On March 9, EWI of Spokane volunteers participated in the KSPS pledge drive. Participants are first educated on the protocol for taking phone pledges and how the system works. During scheduled "breaks" in programming, viewers from Spokane, Calgary and Edmonton phone in their support by pledging a monetary contribution, in turn receiving a special Thank You gift, typically an item from the scheduled program. During the March 2016 KSPS membership campaign, viewer contributions totaled $385,448.00! Without the generous contributions from viewers and time from volunteers, KSPS Public...
Congratulations to Terinda Payton and Greg Hatch on their March 3rd wedding in beautiful St. Regis Princeville on Kauai, Hawaii! We are so happy for you both!
Dermatology Specialists of Spokane’s Dr. Cameron Chesnut has been selected to receive the prestigious RealSelf 500 Award. This award is only given to 500 of the 13,000 doctors up for the award in the nation, and is a huge honor for a doctor in the Spokane community. Dr. Chesnut is a native of Coeur d’ Alene, ID. The Inland Northwest is very fortunate to have him return to our region
to share his expertise.
Congratulations to Dr. Chesnut, and Dermatology Specialists of Spokane!
Dear fellow EWI of Spokane Members,
In the past week the majority of our members have received email communication from a few concerned EWI members. (The Corporate Board sent a letter of response to Chapter President’s and Vice Presidents on 4/11/16 and were given permission to share it with our members - you can find it in our members only section under reports). I advise you to remember that there are always two sides to every story and to note that we only received bits and pieces of information. EWI Corporate is currently operating without an Executive Director and a couple of...
Prepare to take advantage of relaxation and FUN fundraising! Enjoy a mini spa experience and help EWI of Spokane at the same time! Space is limited to 20 people, first come first served! Sign up at our March Meeting!
EWI Mini Spa Night at LaRive Spa at Northern Quest Resort and Casino, April 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Cost is $50 - A portion of the proceeds will benefit EWI of Spokane.
- Use of the Spa amenities (Whirlpool, robes, lockers, sauna and more!)
- Champagne and Appetizers
- And Your Choice of Two Mini Services:
Congratulations to three of our very own EWI executives and their member firms for being recognized by Inland Business Catalyst’s Women in Business Leadership Awards!
The following members are being recognized for their accomplishments:
Shayna Wood – Eide Bailly (Emerging Business Women)
Rachae Bell – Clear Chiropractic (Emerging Business Women)
Cheryl Kilday – Visit Spokane (Movers & Shakers)
Help us celebrate these wonderful women by joining us at the Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 7:30am-9:00am at Chateau Rive at 621 W. Mallon Avenue...
On March 5, 2016, Spokane’s Iconic Steam Plant celebrated 100 years as a community icon! On March 5, 1916, Harry A. Flood, President of Merchants Central Heating Company (now known as Steam Plant) opened the valves to start operation, and the plant operated in downtown Spokane until 1986. After sitting idle for 10 years, the plant was remodeled into the beautiful, functional building it is today, complete with a restaurant, brewery, shops, and other businesses. Learn more about Steam Plant by watching their Centennial video at https://vimeo.com/...
The EWI Scholarship committee would like to introduce and send a special thanks to the following judges who have been so gracious to help determine our 2016 EWISP and ASIST scholarship recipients. Being a judge for our applicants is a very rewarding position; however, we are also mindful and appreciative of the time each judge has to take away from their work and family to be a part of this process. We wish to extend our sincerest thanks to all of them for their assistance in selecting our scholarship recipients for 2016.
Business: Callie Bendrickson, Director...
Thank you to everyone who donated during the Food For Thought Food Drive. Your kindness and generosity is heartwarming! We were able to raise $204 and 54 pounds of food which were given to the Spokane Valley Partners Food for Thought Program.
Your generous donations will help school children in our community get enough to eat on the weekends so they have more energy and struggle less in the classroom. For more information on their program, you can visit their website at: http://www.svpart.org/food-for-thought/.