Concern for Animals, in cooperation with Animal Care Veterinary and a grant from The Washington Federation, is offering $3 spay procedures for 120 female cats for Thurston, Mason and Lewis county residents that qualify on Wednesdays in April and May. Call (360) 456-8176 or email Sarah Hinman at [email protected] for more information. The first “spay day” is April 1, 2014.
In January 2014, Clarus Optical in Lacey, Washington was named as the National Transitions EyeCare Practice of the Year for 2013. With over 35,000 qualifying practices throughout North America, Clarus received the top honor at the awards ceremony in Orlando, Florida. “To be recognized nationally is a credit to the quality and dedication of our…Details
Thurston County businesses are going green and will receive recognition for their efforts on Wednesday, April 9 2014 at the Thurston County Chamber Forum. The Thurston Green Designation program recognizes businesses that practice environmental sustainability in the following areas: Waste reduction and recycling, energy efficiency, buying and selling green, water conservation, transportation and commute trip…Details
Congratulations to the 2013 Best of South Sound Award winners! FOOD & DINING Family Restaurant, Casa Mia Casual Dining, Applebee’s Mexican Food, El Sarape Romantic Dinner Experience, Falls Terrace Italian Food, Casa Mia Seafood, Anthony’s Homeport BBQ, South Bay Dickerson’s Thai Food, Lemon Grass Chinese Food, Emperor’s Palace Vegetarian Food Tofu Hut Teriyaki Food Happy…Details