Jerk An Tingz Hits the Road Thanks to Target Zone Grant Photos courtesy of Tevin Campbell of Jerk An Tingz. Food can evoke a powerful sense of place and transport you with each flavor-filled bite. At Jerk An Tingz, Tevin Campbell’s Jamaican delicacies instantly bring to mind sunshine and warm [...]
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Lacey MakerSpace to Receive $1 Million for Facility Expansion Pictured in the group photo (L to R) behind Senator Patty Murray: Thurston EDC Director Michael Cade, LMS Member Scott Royer, LMS Shop Manager Nathan Caldwell, SMU President Jennifer Bonds-Raacke, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder, LMS Director Michelle Pope, CB&I Dir. Sean Moore, Interim [...]
Thurston EDC Releases the Thurston Economic Vitality Index—Conditions for Thurston County’s Economy Are Still Very FavorableNatasha Ashenhurst2022-12-14T09:13:27-08:00
Thurston EDC Releases the Thurston Economic Vitality Index—Conditions for Thurston County’s Economy Are Still Very Favorable The Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) and report sponsors, Port of Olympia and South Puget Sound Community College, are proud to have produced the Thurston Economic Vitality Index (EVI) for over 15 years. It is the [...]
Target Zone Grant Allows VBNC Physical Therapy To Grow With Flexibility The human body is complicated, with parts that interact in unusual (and occasionally painful!) ways. Physical therapy realigns muscles, joints, and the spine to reduce pain, restore mobility or balance, and get you back on your feet. Whether due to illness, [...]
Locally Sourced Agriculture Supply Chain Brought to Life in Thurston County Brewery & Distillery Partners with Southwest Washington Growers Co-Op to Support the Local Economy Talking Cedar Brewery & Distillery, a tribally-owned destination popular with locals and visiting guests alike, has taken “shop local” to a new level, sourcing the grain [...]
Seabrook Uses J1 Visa Program & On-Site Housing to Solve Workforce Crunch The Quinault Tribe put on a traditional salmon bake for the students. Seabrook is a planned beach community located on the Washington Coast. With over 500 homes, Seabrook's vacation home rental business boomed during the pandemic. In 2021, [...]
Thurston EDC Holds Leadership Retreat Thurston Economic Development Council and Center for Business & Innovation (EDC) Staff and its Board of Directors convened on October 19 at Indian Summer Golf & Country Club in Olympia for its annual planning retreat. The venue was ideal for nearly forty leaders from the public and [...]
New Wellness Program for City of Lacey Employees Features Locally Grown Produce Photo – Left to right: Tina Sharp, Thurston EDC, Marilyn Sitaker, WSU Extension, Casey McCrone, SW WA Food Hub, Becci Ryder, “First Lady,” Stephen Bramwell, WSU Extension, Andy Ryder, City of Lacey Mayor, Jeni Schaefer, City Human Resources Wellness Coordinator, [...]
Africa Day Business Forum From left to right: Dr. Matonodo Wawa, Treasurer and member of the board of the African Chamber of Commerce, Michael Cade, Thurston EDC Executive Director, Dr. Chung Lee, Dean & Professor School of Business, Saint Martin’s University and Dru Garson, Director of Strategic Engagement, AWB. [...]
Sharp Earns Certified Live Event Planner Designation With nearly four decades of festival and event support, George Sharp has earned the Certified Live Event Planner designation through Washington Festival and Events Association (WFEA). Sharp is currently the Rural Program Manager for Thurston Economic Development Council and the South Thurston Economic Development Initiative Program. He [...]