Monroe-based Canyon Creek Cabinet Company recently promoted Stephen Morton to be their mill plant manager. He was hired last April as a process engineer and during that time has demonstrated his leadership and coaching skills, along with a commitment to continuous improvement in production.
Snohomish’s Dream Dinners begins shipping meals
Snohomish-based Dream Dinners has launched a new offering. Dream Dinners ShareCrate lets customers ship easy, homemade and affordable frozen meals to friends and family members experiencing a life moment such as celebrating the arrival of a baby or grieving the loss of loved one. ShareCrate meals require little assembly, allowing the recipient to focus on the things that matter most in the moment.
Hard Cider Festival planned in Snohomish
The Snohomish Hard Cider Festival is from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 30 at 105 Cedar Avenue, Snohomish. The outdoor festival presented by the Snohomish Kiwanis Club will feature music by Erin McNamee and Hillary Grace Fretland. Tickets to this ages- 21-and-older event are available online at www.SnohomishCiderFest.com and at the gate.
Kush Bottles opens distribution facility in Woodinville
Kush Bottles will be opening a new 13,578 square-foot distribution facility in Woodinville. The new distribution facility is expected to create new jobs in the area, further expand the company’s presence across the U.S. and support the growth of Washington’s cannabis industry. Kush Bottles is a distributor of marijuana packaging and supplies.
Group Health receives grant to study blood pressure
The Patient Centered Outcomes Institute has approved a $2.8 million grant for researchers at Group Health to look at the connection between blood pressure checks and new diagnosis of hypertension. Researchers will look at the difference between home and doctor office blood pressure readings. Nearly one-in-three Americans have hypertension, a leading risk factor for heart and blood vessel disease.