Tickled Pink is Looking for a New Owner

Tickled Pink Bothell selling. Turn key business.Looks like one of Bothell's fasted growing kids businesses is looking to sell while it is on the up swing. Tickled Pink Girls Spa is for sale. Our offices are right next door, and these guys are busy EVERY weekend! (... yes it is sad we work on the weekend) It's a great place for the birthday girl and is a complete over-the-top experience she will never forget.

Here is a message from Jamie, the owner: "It's been an amazing couple of years with Tickled Pink. As a mom, wife and owner of another small business, I decided I need to balance my life and let something go. Tickled Pink has been more successful than We could've imagined. We have decided to sell Tickled Pink; We are looking for someone that can put their heart, time and energy into it. Please pass this on to anyone you know that may be looking to own their own turnkey business. We will be booking parties and staying open until we find the perfect fit."

Please contact Jamie via their website at: http://tickledpinkspa.com/contact-us/

 

 

 

Bothell High School at National Concert Band Festival!

It is awesome to see Bothell High playing on a national level! Congratulations to Bothell High School's Wind Ensemble! The 52 students, directed by Mr. Philip Dean, performed at the National Concert Band Festival hosted by Music for All on March 8 in Indianapolis, IN. — at Schrott Center for the Arts, Butler University.

Bothell High School at the National Concert Band Festival

 

 

 

 

For more info, please contact Mr. Phil Dean   pdean@nsd.org

 

Shop Small, Shop Bothell.

Today is Small Business Saturday! It is our chance to support local Bothell small businesses by purchasing local. Every part of Bothell is loaded with great unique, one of a kind small businesses. From Thrashers Corner to Downtown Bothell, from Country Village to main street, there is something for everyone. Supporting local businesses, supports our Bothell community. There are a ton of great reasons why to buy locally here is Bothell on Small Business Saturday:

  • Shop local. Shop Bothell.A chilled out, laid back shopping experience. Totally different feel than Black Friday shopping.
  • Shopping local is better for the environment. Over 2/3 of the purchased goods come via cargo ships, which are a major pollutants. Buying local reduces the need of these ships. Also, you are driving less distances buying locally. 
  • It helps our local economy. Small businesses employ local Bothellites. Tax revenue stays here in Bothell which goes to helping Relax and check off items on our shopping list while supporting local businesses!
  • Unique, one of a kind gifts. Each local shop owner has their own sense of style and choice of inventory. When shopping local, you will find unique, one of a kind gifts that will be appreciated more.

There is no reason to leave Bothell when looking for you next gift. Whether you are shopping for the under 12 youngster, antique buff, sweet tooth, bookworm, or home decor goddess, Bothell has it all. So get out there and support local Bothell Businesses.

 

 

 

 

Local Bothell Girl Collecting Cans for a Scholarship Needs Your Help!

Maddy Dalgarn is a University of Washington-Bothell student striving to make a change for the endangered marine mammals and sea turtles in our oceans. She has grown up in Bothell, graduated Bothell High School and currently works as a Barista at the Village Bean in Country Village. When she is not studying towards a degree in Biology, she enjoys spending time with her horse or going for long walks with her dogs along the Burke-Gilman trail.  

Maddy Val from Bothell is raising money to help animals.From a young age Maddy has always had a strong passion for the well being of animals. During a family trip to Hawaii, Maddy fell in love with the sea turtles grace and beauty. She visited the Maui Ocean center and learned about their danger of extinction. She wants to bring awareness to the public about how to help and conserve these beautiful creatures. Maddy has the opportunity to go to New York and work with the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation to help rehabilitate marine mammals and sea turtles. The winter is the busiest time of the year in that area, because the Foundation brings in cold stunned Sea Turtles to help nurse back to health and release in the early summer.  While there Maddy will be responsible for the care of all in house animals and will help with the rescue and release of seals, dolphins and sea turtles.

In order to accomplish this goal Maddy is participating in a scholarship contest through Dosomething.org to collect cans to recycle. Every 50 cans she collects give her one more entry in a drawing to win $4000, that will go towards housing for six months in New York. Please drop off any aluminum cans or direct donations at the Village Bean in Country Village by December 12th. Thank you for your support!

You can find out more about the Riverhead Foundation at www.riverheadfoundation.org/

 

 

Join with Keepsake Cottage and Sew Pillowcases for Sick Kids

Keepsake Cottage Fabrics in Bothell Washington.On November 17, Bothell's favorite fabric store, Keepsake Cottage is hosting a ConKerr Cancer sewing event from 11am-5pm to benefit kids that have Cancer and other life threatening diseases. Keepsake Cottage Fabrics has already donated a sizable amount of funds to the organization, now they are going to "sew for the cause". Each year 44,000 children across North America are treated for cancer while thousands more experience life-changing illnesses and injuries. A hospital stay is a frightening experience for adults, and even more so for young children. Beyond the obvious medical fears and difficulties, a sterile hospital room lacks the comfort and warmth of home.

Keepsake Cottage in Bothell supports ConKerr Cancer, a movement to sew pillowcases for sick kidsThousands of ConKerr Cancer volunteers in 120 cities dedicate themselves to brightening these children’s lives through the simple act of sewing a bright, cheery pillowcase. As a result of their love and generosity, ConKerr Cancer has delivered more than 670,000 pillowcases in just six years to 250 hospitals throughout the country, creating ‘miles of pillowcase smiles’ for the children and their parents. In addition, ConKerr volunteers visit hospitals to sew with the children, breaking up the monotony of long, frightening hospital stays.

Come out and join your fellow Bothell sewers and spend some time supporting a great cause. The event will be held in the Keepsake Cottage workshop, which is located in the rear of Country Village Shops.

Connect with Keepsake Cottage on their Facebook page or give Julie's team a call at: (425) 486-3483

 

 

 

 

 

Bothell Music Boosters Fundraiser: Wine Tasting at Elevation Cellars Nov 22

The Bothell Music Boosters is having a fundraiser Wine Tasting at Elevation Cellars on November 22nd! Come out to support local music education!

Meet your friends, family, neighbors, etc. at Elevation Cellars in Woodinville and be sure to mention BHS Music Boosters!

Elevation Cellars in Woodinville supports the Bothell Music Boosters- $10 tasting fee for 6 Award winning Washington State wines
- Tasting fee applied towards bottle purchase
- 30% of all bottle purchases donated to BHS Music Boosters

Thanks for your support of BHS Music program! Adults only, please.

http://www.elevationcellars.com/

Questions? Send an email to bothellmusicboosters@gmail.com

 

 

 

Bothell Non-Profit Helping Local Authors Publish Their Own Work

northwest bookfest 2013 is a Bothell non-profit that has an event in Kirkland WashingtonBothell has a number of great non-profits (if you have one you would like featured, please contact us). One Bothell non-profit is the Northwest Bookfest.The non-profit is focused on a few things. Helping authors navigate throught he publishing landscape and providing a public facing element where the public can interact with their favorite local authors.

Bothell Teacher Honored by STAR 101.5 October 10th

Fernwood Elementary Teacher is picked as Tacher of the week! GO BOTHELL!The Bothell Blog received a press release from Fisher Radio announcing a Bothell teacher for their Teacher of the Week. In their press release they mentioned that they were going to be "SUPRISING" Emily. We wondered why they sent this to release. We figured, she probably already knew, and we wanted to make sure Bothellites knew about the event.

ANOTHER Bothell Missing Cat: ISA

One of our sBothell Blog reader has submitted a missing cat. Her name is Isa. She's an indoor cat and has no tags, but she is chipped. Isa is an indoor cat and might be frightened. She sneaked out the front door while bringing in groceries. She lives are 10316 NE 187th St.

Please call 425-260-5886 if you see her.

 
Bothell missing cat named ISA

 

Lost Cat in Bothell: Help find Galute!

Another lost cat in Bothell! We received an email this evening from a Bothell resident who lost their cat, here are the details from the blog reader:

"Family Cat lost during storm Friday 9/28 Male grey tabby 12 years old medium size. Recent neck surgery so shaved area under chin and hence no collar L Last seen at 188th and 92nd Ave NE (between Bothell High and Pop Kenny field) His name is Galute he is friendly and vocal! Please call 425-487-3979.  Thank you."

Galute is a lost cat in Bothell

 

 

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