Posts by Sara Quinn

Lessons from 2017

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We asked Fuse members “What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned in 2017?” Here are the insightful responses we received: That you can’t anticipate everything. Sometimes huge, crazy, life-changing things happen, and you have to just roll with them. That you can’t always please everyone. Quit trying to find time; instead, make time. Every person’s voice…

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Large-Format Printer

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Hecate Software has donated a large-format printer to Fuse! This is a Canon imagePROGRAF ipf700 that prints up to size 33.1 in x 46.8 in, or on a 36” wide roll. It has a super high resolution as well—up to 2400 x 1200 dpi. This lovely printer also has the capability of printing full bleed, so you can…

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Holiday Traditions

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Here are a few holiday traditions from our Fuse members! Eric Zanol: We read “The Night Before Christmas” on Christmas Eve to the kids. Then we all wear matching pajamas on Christmas day. Sara Quinn: Our tradition is to go to my parents’ house for dinner on Christmas Eve with the whole family. We eat…

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Meet the Member: Carissa Pitkin Jones

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We asked Fuse member Carissa Pitkin Jones some questions about her life and career path. Here’s what she had to say: Q: Where are you in your career trajectory? A: I am a classical pianist, teacher, and performer and have been teaching in the studio or classroom setting since 2005.   Q: What are some…

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Top 5 Places to Eat Near Fuse with Joe Weakley

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One of the best things about Fuse is that it’s centrally located in Richland… near a lot of great places to grab lunch! Here are Joe Weakley‘s Top 5 places to eat within walking distance of Fuse: 1. Graze 735 The Parkway Graze makes great sandwiches. They cure their own pastrami, roast the meats, make the sauces, and everything else,…

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What are Your 2018 Predictions?

At the recent GeekWire Summit, some of the most prominent leaders in the fields of technology, business and science were asked, “What will be the most important technology of 2018?” A lot of people, including Zillow Group CEO Spencer Rascoff, Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman, Greg Gottesman of Pioneer Square Labs, and entrepreneur and venture capitalist Nick…

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Opportunities to Give

This holiday season, there are a number of ways you can give back to the community. Here are a few great local organizations where you can donate or volunteer.   Toys for Tots Adventures Underground and Tri-City Area Gaming are teaming up to collect toys and games for Toys for Tots. During the first two weeks of December, bring…

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Top 5 Small Towns to Visit in Washington with Elsie Puig

Today’s Top 5 is written by Elsie Puig. Elsie shares her Top 5 favorite small towns to visit in Washington State!   I don’t know if it’s childlike wonder or an adult’s escapism that attracts me to the small towns of central or eastern Washington, but ever since I discovered Roslyn in the foothills of the Cascades I’ve become…

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