Businesses that win “World’s Best” are highlighted by the local people who have taken the time to vote for their favorite gift shop, chiropractor, toy store, and even, Best Radio Station. Banners get made for the different winners, and “bragging rights” (humbly of course). Remember this is a vote by the people, making it highly respectable, and helps highlight companies that just plain rock. Just to be nominated is a really cool feeling. It’s like, “Hey! Someone noticed us!”
We pass by these places, just about every day, if not multiple times a day. But what do we actually know about these Wenatchee companies that have graced our valley for years? With locations ever changing and new businesses added, it's hard to even scratch the surface. So, I have compiled a fun list for us to just think on.
What a night! This past Saturday night (February 11th) The 104th Apple Blossom Royalty Pageant resulted in the selection of: Queen Scarlette Cron, Princess Dylan Schmitten & Princess Natalie Pearson.
These three will spend the coming weeks and months representing our community.
The Wenatchee Wild is a Junior A hockey team who play in the British Columbia Hockey League.
The BCHL is a great league to earn a full ride scholarship at Universities across North America.
The Wild play in the 4,300 seat Town Toyota Center.
I know, we’re ankle deep in snow and Wenatchee Wild games, but I’m already dreaming of warm summer days and heading over to Paul Thomas Sr. Field for another season with the Wenatchee AppleSox. How odd was seeing an AppleSox post on Instagram with a bunch of photos of the stadium seats covered in snow. It’s like when two seasons collide!
We all know about the endearing or creepy Elf on the Shelf. The popularity of the stuffed childhood red or green elf resurged back in 2005 after Carol Aebersold and her daughter, Chanda Bell published the book, Elf on the Shelf. A story about the scout elves that are watching to see if we’re naughty or nice. And when you’re not looking, they would fly back to the North Pole and report back to Santa.
It's that time again for us at Townsquare Media to team up with our friends at Apple Valley Honda, the Wenatchee World, and Numerica Credit Union for our annual Coats for Kids! And this time, we really need your help to collect new and/or gently used coats, gloves, hats, scarfs, of all sizes for boys and girls in the Wenatchee Valley. Serve Wenatchee will be join...