Archive for April 2018

International Tabletop Day

On April 28th, head over to the Richland Public Library for International Tabletop Day! Tri-City Area Gaming (TAG) will bring their massage board and card game library, but feel free to bring your own games! International Tabletop Day will start at 9:30am and end at 7:00pm. Come play games!

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High School Students Take On Recycling

This year at Enterprise Week, I had the opportunity to find out exactly what high school students in Pasco, Washington think about the environment. I was one of many mentors assigned to the Eco/Recycling division during Enterprise Week. Groups of students formed “consulting firms” to try and solve problems related to recycling or reducing our…

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Local Pumpkin

Have you heard of Local Pumpkin? It may just be the BEST THING EVER.     Local Pumpkin delivers farm-fresh produce to your home or office weekly, monthly, or as often as you choose. They have a bunch of different options to choose from, including a custom box where you can choose all of your…

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Ride Your Bike to Fuse!

Have you ever wanted to ride your bike to Fuse, but you weren’t sure how to work it out logistically? Well, Fuse not only has bike racks you can use, we also have a private shower room! You can freshen up and get changed before heading into the office or hotdesk area after your morning…

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Top 5 Writing Resources with Vanessa Cozza

Today’s Member Top 5 is written by Vanessa Cozza! 1. Anne Lamott, bird by bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, 1994, Anchor Books If you prefer more than just a writer’s manual—perhaps you’d like insight into a published author’s world—Lamott’s book can give you that. She blends memoir with writing advice. Are you a…

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