Briefs: Canyon Creek Cabinet appoints new director of supply chain

Shad Cooper

Monroe’s Canyon Creek Cabinet Company has promoted Shad Cooper as the new director of supply chain management. He was previously the assistant purchasing manager for the company. Cooper has over 22 years of experience at Canyon Creek, negotiating vendor contracts, pricing and services along with managing supplier relationships and many years of hands-on experience in using the company’s ERP system.

New director of communications begins at Mill Creek

The City of Mill Creek has named Joni Kirk as its new director of communications and marketing. She will assume her role today. Kirk is responsible for creating and implementing a robust internal and external marketing-communications strategy, including community outreach and engagement. She will also provide communications counsel on city initiatives.

Applications accepted for Master Buiders’ Rampathon event

The Master Builders Association is now accepting applications for its May Rampathon event. Applications for free ramps for families struggling with mobility within their home, or from nonprofit organizations whose clients or residents struggle with mobility, are due in no later than March 1. Details and a link to apply online can be found at this website.

Economic Alliance to hold Business After Hours at Ivar’s in Mukilteo

The next Economic Alliance Snohomish County Business After Hours event is from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing, 710 Front St., Mukilteo. Enjoy networking, appetizers and raffle prizes as well as lovely water views. Please register in advance so the host has an accurate count. Register here.

Holistic retail store Worlds Beyond to celebrate opeing in Marysville

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce invites the public to a ribbon cutting ceremony for Worlds Beyond, a new business located at 306 State Ave., Marysville. The event is at 1 p.m. on Friday. Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring will perform the ribbon cutting. At 1 p.m. on Saturday, Lady Nephthys will be available to sign copies of her books.

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