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March 29, 2018

Thanks to the Port of Douglas County Commissioners with their suggestion to the Pangborn Airport Director, we were able to place a 4'x4' quilt in their terminal.  We are truly honored...

March 21, 2018

We are pleased to welcome Debbie Angillely and Juanita Malone who have realized their longtime dream of owning a business.  They have opened the Pioneer Park Deli located at 114 W. Locust Street, offering breakfast and lunch 6 days a week, along with ice cream and milkshakes.  They are also hosting the Waterville Visitors Center, and have local art on display.  If you would like t...

February 28, 2015

>> The WatervilleMain Street Association received a Lifetime Membership donation from the Central Washington Grain Growers.  They are very appreciative of the Grain Growers’ support.

 

>> North Cascades Bank contributed to the WMA through the B&O Tax Credit program.

 

>> The Waterville Main Street Association Promotions Committee has begun a cord collection/recycling effort to h...

January 11, 2015

Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

 

This historic event has been traced back to its beginnings around 1926.  This was the Main Street Association’s first year in hosting the event, and it was deemed a great success!  The town supplied new LED lights for the tree, and Douglas County PUD volunteered to hang them on a beautifully shaped fir tree on SR2 in downtown Waterville.

 

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November 10, 2014

The Waterville Main Street Association has been approved by the State of Washington to begin receiving contributions through the State’s current B&O Tax Credit Incentive Program.  Carol Cowling, CPA, was the first business to contribute through this opportunity.  The program allows businesses to receive a B&O tax credit for 75% of contributions they make to the Waterville Main Str...

April 27, 2014

Bruce and Cathy Clark, owners of the Blue Rooster Café and Bakery, attended today’s meeting.  Their purpose in being there was to make the Waterville Main Street Association aware of the Chamber of Commerce’s giving up the running of Waterville Days beginning in 2015.  The idea of the WMA taking over the facilitation of this event was motioned on and a unanimous vote passed the mo...

April 7, 2014

Secretary Lisa Davies was invited to speak to the Waterville PEO Chapter Z organization regarding the Waterville Main Street Association.  Her presentation included information on both the State Main Street organization and the local WMA.  She explained to the group that the main focus of the WMA is to preserve the buildings included in Waterville’s downtown district, and by impro...

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