4th Annual Community Serve Day August 25th includes Kokanee and Woodin Elementary Schools in Woodinville
(Woodinville, WA.) August 13.2012---More than one thousand people are expected to participate in the 4th Annual Community Serve Day to help teachers prepare classrooms and under-resourced schools with painting and landscaping projects in Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Kirkland and Redmond.
Project Coordinator and owner of Woodinville-based EnviroShield, Craig Hawkins says the impact of 100 people working for four hours each at Kokanee and Woodin Elementary Schools is all powerful. “We’re bringing churches of different denomination, size and tradition with other community groups to help ensure students have the best chance at a quality environment. Some volunteers will help teachers clean and decorate their classrooms. Others will help to paint black top games and other landscape related projects”
Hawkins says each of the 15 locations will have 100 volunteers for the four hour block between 9am to 1pm. This year each site will host a celebration event featuring sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
For the last two years, Craig Hawkins has been attending weekly networking meetings of BNI at the Woodinville chapter. Recently, many BNI members were sharing with their colleagues how a local Internet professional, Melinda Davies of WSI Marketing Plus, had helped them gain prospects and customers using search engine marketing and also provide a mobile version of their website for smart phones. Craig met with Melinda and knew immediately she was the person he needed to handle web marketing. We asked him some additional questions regarding the launch of his new mobile site.
During the last eight years Craig Hawkins and his team at EnviroShield have been steadily outgrowing their space in the suburbs of Woodinville. It was time to move closer to the business district and freeways to provide timely responses to water and mold emergencies. For Craig, the timing was perfect. He could not be happier with the new location at 14522 NE North Woodinville Way, Suite 202B. We asked him to share some lessons learned for other business owners contemplating a move to Woodinville.
Checking qualifications isn’t often the first thing that comes to mind when you or a loved one could be experiencing serious health problems as a result of poor indoor air quality. Unfortunately, indoor air quality companies in most of the country are not regulated, according to the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). Therefore, the membership-based organization formed to promote uniform standards, procedures and protocols believes it’s important to use a qualified professional.
We’ve all read the stories regarding the often dilapidated conditions of a foreclosed home abandoned by its owners and now in the hands of a bank. The issues range from extensive water and mold damage to complete remodels of the interior and exterior of the home, including new roof, paint, carpet, cabinets, light fixtures, etc.