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The Pacific region includes small businesses in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. In this region, California had the most small businesses nominated.

You can check out the complete list of businesses nominated for GOBankingRates’ Small Business Spotlight in this region below — and read more about the region’s featured nominees in the links below.

Featured Nominees

Regional Nominees

  • Copper River Fleece (Cordova, retail): “… offers such a variety of items made entirely out of fleece: sweatshirts, socks, jackets, vests, and blankets all with their signature ribbon trims. Their pieces are instantly recognizable … you feel like some part of a fleece-loving club.”
  • Kulik Lodge (Bristol Bay, fly-out fishing lodge): “Even better spot for fly fishing!”
  • Marketcafe (Ketchikan, coffee shop/eatery): “[T]he menu is totally different from the normal. Great food that’s different, great customer service and host different events.”
  • Temsco Helicopters, Inc. (Juneau, tourism and health & safety): “Temsco helicopters help with fighting forest fires, delivering medications and transporting patients from remote areas, and environmental tourism where you can see the impacts of glacial melt.”
  • The Net Loft (Cordova, handcrafts): “This friendly little store has [handcrafts] … Supplies, gifts and special needs for any small town and gives classes to encourage.”
  • Three Bears Alaska (Tok, grocery store):

More on Three Bears Alaska:

“Three Bears is a family owned business that started out as a single store in my former hometown of Tok, Alaska in 1980 and was basically the only full-service grocery store within 100 miles. They serve their customers like they are part of their family and quickly laid out a path forward for keeping that small, rural Alaska town stocked with groceries and other supplies during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.”



  • A1 Financial USA (Ontario, business funding): “Their team tirelessly fights to find funding for the most downtrodden, credit challenged businesses in America. They offer free credit counseling services to all business owners as well.”
  • Anaheim Prancing Pups (Anaheim, doggy day care): “Excellent care of pets!”
  • Andrea Foods (Vallejo, restaurant): “… the food is excellent. They prepare Filipino food. The place is always packed. Excellent customer service. Place is very clean.”
  • B & B Electric (Riverside, electrical): “[B]est ability to fix all electrical problems.”
  • Badon Tennis Academy (Altadena, sports/educational/social/community based):

More on Badon Tennis Academy:

“Badon Tennis Academy has been a part of this community (Altadena, Ca.) for 20 or more years … The hope of Badon Tennis Academy is to continue to make the game of tennis a way for community (Adults and Children) to come together socially, physically (increase health through exercise) and to promote educational enrichment programs for the youth. The founder, Veronica Badon, is African American and she is dedicated to tennis as a part of the good life to all who enroll in classes at the academy. She is an ongoing asset to our community and she exhibits excellence and integrity.”

  • Be Empowered (Signal Hill, nonprofit organization): “This small business started during such a challenging time where people are in need of food, hygiene products and gas cards.”
  • Beatmouth Productions (Oakland, music producer)
  • Bee’s Wax Studio (Sunnyvale, waxing): “I love this place, clean and the owner is really sweet.”
  • Berry’s Family Cleaning Services (Antelope, carpet cleaning plus janitorial): “This retired veterans business is fast, courteous and always on time. The employees work hard and are willing to do anything for you.”
  • Bess Shop (Fresno, clothing): “Love the owner, always have great deal and great customer service.”
  • Blue Butterfly Coffee (El Segundo, coffee shop): “Best coffee and best people!”
  • Bowlmor Lanes (Los Angeles, bowling alley)
  • Central Valley Foster Care Inc (Riverbank, foster care)
  • Charlene Automotive (Stockton, automotive services)
  • Consuelo’s Home Style Mexican Food (Banning, restaurant): “The food is cooked to perfection. The staff is kind and always pleasant. The owner is great with everybody who comes in.”
  • Corridor Flow (Lomita, coffee shop)

More on Corridor Flow:

“This coffee shop just doesn’t serve great coffee and food, it also serves the community. Prior to the pandemic they stayed open during the winter holidays for those who were alone during the holiday season. They also made donation deliveries during the pandemic to the front line workers to make sure that they had enough food and caffeine to keep them going.”

  • Cost Plus Mattress (La Verne, mattress store): “Owned by a veteran, family ran, 100% American made products.”
  • Curves (Elk Grove, gym): “Everyone knows everyone and are supportive of one another and Audrey and Carol are knowledgeable about the equipment and fitness which is vital when providing one on one support to the customers.”
  • Cuticles Nail Spa (Oakland, nail salon): “This small business will be great because it’s been in business over 5 years and great customer service.”
  • Detailing Dynamics aka Handy Randy (South Lake Tahoe, maintenance/handyman): “Randy Mason is very reliable, friendly and trustworthy. He goes above and beyond for his customers.”
  • El Tule Mexican Restaurant (San Jose, restaurant): “… small Oaxacan food restaurant … dedicated and passionate about making great food.”
  • Even Dough Bakeshop (Bellflower, bakery)
  • FabuLESSevents (Pasadena, event planning): “Yolanda brings creativity and individuality to any event she coordinates. Understanding the personal yet enormous responsibility, this enables her to take care and pride in planning and staging.”
  • Golden Indian Grill & Pizza (Los Angeles, restaurant): “… satisfying food at great prices … You can find goat curry, hamburgers, saag paneer and pizza or tandoori pizza … Staff is always welcoming and kind.”
  • Good Riddance Hauling (Sonoma, junk removal): “They are affordable in price and reliable, on time, also very friendly.”
  • Grace Academic Precepts (Seaside, education consulting and child care): “… provide resources and support for families to assist in the academic success of their children.”
  • Greenhaus Bistro (San Gabriel, restaurant): “… their meals tastes closer to homemade, which is more welcoming.”
  • Grey & Elle (Los Angeles, photography and design): “Grey and Elle is a sister duo company that offers an exceptional blend of photography and design to illustrate their clients’ unique stories, vision and purpose. Their most notable projects were in support of women-owned businesses and non-profit organizations that assist underserved communities locally and abroad.”
  • Grow (Manhattan Beach, organic grocery store):

More on Grow:

“Wonderful produce and organic products, but also strong advocacy of small business cheese makers, meat curers, vintners, dairy, etc. I always buy our steaks and shrimp there in addition to truffle honey and Spoon Junkie (seriously addicting!) balls and other unique items not carried by the chains. I LOVE this store and its owners, Barry and Kathy, who are Manhattan Beach residents as well as a business owner.”

  • Grumps-Garage (Lake Elsinore)
  • Hairline Time (Culver City, salon)
  • Heavenly Care Homeless Support Inc (Vallejo, caring for the needs of the homeless): “This business is great because it takes care of the daily essential needs of the homeless community as well as supplying hot meals. Also, supplies winter wear and blankets during the cold seasons.”
  • Honey Dress Fried Chicken (Torrance, restaurant): “Even amidst COVID, we were able to get high quality service from them.”
  • Hottie and Lord (Los Angeles, apparel): “This apparel business is definitely a diamond in the rough and the talented owner is an inspiration within the fashion industry.”
  • Hustle Productions (Woodland Hills, production): “Supported and created work for their employees during the pandemic.”
  • IDT, Inc (San Rafael, communications): “[T]hey go the extra mile to help people with their communications needs like cameras for security, internet and phone services.”
  • Impact Posters Gallery (San Jose, posters and art print store): “Family owned small business who always puts customers at their heart. Has gone out of the way on numerous occasions to help customers and also their employees during COVID.”
  • JMW Career Consulting (Suisun City, career consulting services): “JMW Career Consulting is great because it implements confidence into all of its clients through the stroke of a pen.”
  • Joe’s Buffet (Fairfield, eatery): “… it’s just a great place, the people there that own it, they’re wonderful and you need to check it out…you’ll like it, I guarantee.”
  • Ken’s Ice Cream Parlor (Carson, food): “Ken’s serves our community with old fashion customer friendly service. They have a small town feel with mastery of the latest technology to share what new arrival flavors.”
  • Limitless Logistics (Wasco, courier): “… they did such a great last minute job of quickly getting my personal household items from Northern California to Indiana before I even reached there! They swiftly handled it with the utmost integrity.”
  • Little Loudspeakers Academy (San Jose, education): “They are one of the best in public speaking and debate. Kids love them.”
  • Louisiana Charlie’s (Long Beach, restaurant): “… it serves great fresh, homemade dishes daily. The food is authentic Louisiana Cajun style Soul food … The service is inviting and professional. The [owners are] African American entrepreneurs who are committed to excellence in the food service industry.”
  • Lynes (Irvine, architect)

More on Lynes:

“The business is extremely professional and provided us ideas to help design our home to meet our needs. As we were taking on a huge project for the first time, we did not initially know what we wanted, so The House of Lynes listened to our needs and captured them on paper for us. They were mindful of our budget and through our partnership we finalized a beautiful home design. They were so thorough in their design work, our plans were approved with no revisions. Our home is still under construction and they continue to remain engaged in our project, providing revisions and ideas as needed.”

  • Magnolia Vintage Home & Gift (La Habra, retail antique/vintage gift store): “It is popular with the community because of its many unique one-of-a-kind items.”
  • MCM Consulting (San Diego, public works/municipality construction inspection services/etc.)
  • Mick’s Big Bite (Susanville, diner): “The food is great and the staff is awesome. I really enjoy this place.”
  • Mitch Stabile Handyman (Upland, handyman): “Ask him, he can do it. Repaired lots of issues in home.”
  • Moni Makai (San Rafael, e-commerce, mother and child clothing): “Moni Makai makes clothes for families to coordinate – moms/sons – brothers/sisters. The owner Monica also writes wonderful, raw and truthful articles about parenthood that are a joy to read. She really wants to create a community around her brand.”
  • Mr. Tomato (California City, restaurant): “Mr. Tomato’s is very nice and the family are good, too!”
  • Mutiny CrossFit (Duarte, gym): “They moved the gym outside for the members that stayed to be safe. He was able to provide the residents fresh vegetables. The owner did ensure all equipment was sprayed and clean.”
  • Nosh Body (Huntington Beach, all organic skin care products): “Shalene Bain started her small skin care line from her home kitchen … She’s moved into her own small shop and her products are flying off the shelves!”
  • Olive It (Weschester, restaurant): “Sandwiches and salads are SPECTACULAR!”
  • One House Bakery (Benicia, bakery): “At the start of the pandemic they began offering lunch and dinner specials (that they didn’t normally do) as well as selling staples that you couldn’t find in the store to provide a resource for scarce items.”
  • Our Community (Winchester, supporting their local community and business): “This business formed during COVID and assisted local businesses and residents to help rebuild, reestablish and unite.”
  • OWL Venice (Los Angeles, health and wellness): “I’ve been frequenting this business for the past year in order to heal my gut. They sell an amazing cleanse that has helped me live a better life.”
  • Papa’s Cheesesteaks (Redding, restaurant)
  • Pivot Acupuncture (Vallejo, sports medicine): “A friendly and clean environment.”
  • Poseidon Project (San Diego, pizza and beer restaurant):

More on Poseidon Project:

“A small but friendly pizza place with taps and wine where neighbors gather for good times, sports on TV and really great staff that know their beer. Amazing pies!”

  • Prince O’ Whales (Playa Del Rey, bar & grill): “This establishment really brings the small community of Playa Del Rey together and is a great place to congregate after a day at the beach.”
  • Props2C (San Francisco, art/entertainment): “They support and empower many artists along the learning path, allowing and instructing growth as well as refer through connections for job placement for those in need and capable.”
  • Qwest Homework Assistance & Computer Learning Center (Downey, after school program): “Helps all students that are having a hard time understanding how to read.”
  • Regal Repair (Burbank, auto repair): “A local business that is fair and honest.”
  • Ristorante Mascarpone’s (Orange, Italian restaurant): “Not only does Mascarpone’s serve the most delicious Italian food around (shout out to their entire pasta menu, their seafood and the coconut pineapple cheesecake…mmm!), their service is the absolute best. They make you feel like part of the family.”
  • Royal Ground Coffee House (Berkeley, coffee and food restaurant)
  • Saikai Ramen Bar (Los Angeles, restaurant): “Saikai Ramen Bar NOT only serves amazing food, but the owners are incredibly kind people.”
  • Santillan Chiropractic (San Fernando, chiropractor)
  • Scardino’s Italian Restaurant (Torrance, restaurant): “Everything from this place is just delicious. Their dairy free penne pasta is the tastiest dairy free pasta I’ve ever had!”
  • Shalom House (San Rafael, RCFE residential care for elderly/Alzheimer’s): “Makes great difference on life of people living with Alz Disease.”
  • South LA Cafe (Los Angeles, restaurant): “[T]hey gave away food on a weekly to the whole neighborhood.”
  • Spectrum Concrete Inc (San Clemente, concrete contractor):

More on Spectrum Concrete Inc:

“This company moved into our town into the worst conditioned property, they quickly made it look incredible and hired 55 local residents for labor and skilled positions. The owner had been very helpful in providing jobs to locals in a time when so many need it. They have been a bright spot in our small community. I just wanted to thank them!”

  • Sweetie Pie’s Restaurant & Bakery (Placerville, restaurant): “They have both inside and outside seating. Their breakfast food is out of this world!”
  • Teen Challenge Thrift Store (Concord California, thrift store): “Customer care, service to community, unique inventory, charitable souls.”
  • Thank God For Laced Frontals (Novato, e-commerce retail laced frontals wig/hair extensions and accessories store)
  • The Book Rack (Arcadia, independent bookstore): “The owner goes out of her way to help children, employ local students and help her community!”
  • The Callen Hotel (San Diego, hotel): “Management is superb, rates are reasonable, environment is pleasant.”
  • The Conservatory for Coffee, Tea & Cocoa (Culver City, coffee shop): “Amazing family-owned coffee shop with the best coffee that they roast in-house! Everyone that works there is the sweetest.”
  • The Origin Hip Hop Performing Arts Academy (San Diego, performing arts academy)
  • The Wheelhouse (Dunsmuir, restaurant): “The people are so happy all the time. Just a joy to see every morning.”
  • Ultra Violet Kids (Los Angeles, children’s clothing, cloth masks, etc.): “Fabulous children’s clothing and accessories. Quality fabrics and attention to detail.”
  • Unity Sourcing & Roasting (Los Angeles, coffee roaster): “Unity Sourcing & Roasting is constantly giving back to the community and working to unify all groups of people, while roasting delicious coffee. They partner with Project Waterfall to bring clean drinking water, they regularly donate coffee to fire fighters…”
  • Washrunner (Los Angeles, laundry service)
  • Way Beyond Cake Bakery (Lakewood, gluten free/vegan/mostly organic bakery)

More on Way Beyond Cake

“This bakery has a special goal and mission to provide gluten free, vegan and organic baked goods for those with Celiac condition, food allergies, diabetes and other gastrointestinal issues. It is hard to find good healthier baked goods specially birthday cakes that are gluten free and vegan in one product. Most other bakeries only offer either gluten free or vegan. In addition, the pastry chef and owner accommodates other customers with special requests such as special flours and sweeteners or special requests not on the menu.”

  • We Take Big Dumps (Hollister,  junk-hauling)
  • Wingstop (Nipmo, restaurant): “Has the best chicken around with many choices for everyone.”
  • Z Cafe (Bonsall, restaurant): “Great food, atmosphere, presentation and value … During COVID ZCafe demonstrated just how awesome they are by adjusting to the constant & unexpected challenges. I’m so impressed and so grateful to them.”


  • Eden in Love (Honolulu, clothing boutique):

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“Eden in Love is my favorite go-to boutique for casual and stylish on-the-go clothing and gift items.”

  • Sojacstore (Wailuku, online clothing and jewelry)
  • Umekes Fish Market Bar & Grill (Kailua-Kona, restaurant)


  • Arbor House Restaurant (Talent, restaurant):

More on Arbor House Restaurant:

“A family-run business since 1979. Even through struggles, giving back and supporting the community was a priority. The Almeda Fires destroyed so many lives so Arbor chose to feed hundreds of people daily for free. In the process, support poured and it became a beautiful fundraiser for local families in need. No joke when they say, ‘Our food is served with love.'”

  • B-&-T Enterprize (Lebanon, secondhand store): “This business supports their community and is a pillar of the town of Lebanon. If someone needs help or a business needs help, this store steps up 110% to volunteer or donate their time.”
  • Barney’s Better Burgers (Medford, restaurant): “Barney’s Better Burgers uses 80/20 ground chuck from Cherry St. Meats, hand pressed daily. They carried on a tradition.”
  • Beaverton Towing (Beaverton, towing and recovery): “This company’s owner and its employees are all very sincere and honest, which is hard to find these days.”
  • Crow’s Nest Restaurant & Lounge (Gold Beach, restaurant): “A friendly place that loves tourists and the regulars. Ocean view with great food!”
  • Exotichandmadewoodfurniture Re-Furbishing and Re-Creating (St. Helen’s, furniture): “Mr. Cave has come really far in life from where he began. Humble, caring, generous. If there is something you really need but can’t afford it he will do his best to build it if he can without any payment.”
  • The Frame House (Albany, framing): “Excellent customer service and top notch work.”
  • Gallagher Fitness Resources (Salem, running shoes and apparel, clinics): “Gallagher Fitness Resources brings the Willamette Valley to its feet with outstanding service, quality products and walking/running clinics. Gallagher’s makes fitness accessible to all fitness levels, shapes and sizes!”
  • Geraldi’s (McMinnville, restaurant):

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“They have the best chicken parmesan hero sandwich that I have ever had. The owner is such a friendly and nice guy. […] I’m willing to drive about 45 minutes each direction to get my sandwich, which should say a lot about how wonderful they really are.”

  • Hidden Door Cafe (Medford, restaurant): “This amazing place offers their guests several menu items that are infused with two different styles of cuisine.”
  • Hot Rod Cafe (Myrtle Creek, restaurant): “Excellent food & remarkable low prices.”
  • J & R Fire LLC (Bend, fire suppression installation): “This small business stayed together through the pandemic because the owner cares about the employees. Jim (the owner) takes great care of us. No matter what we may need for ourselves or for our families he will help us out. He gives to the community in many ways. We donate installs to places that help the homeless or the veterans. It is a great business because we take pride in our work that protects others.”
  • Kustom Auto Body (Eugene, paint and body shop): “Matt and Jennifer make the whole process of getting your vehicle repaired correctly and [in a] timely manner — from dealing with insurance company and rental car to parts and labor. Family-owned and best in town!”
  • Medford Dance Arts Center (Medford, dance studio): “Expert qualifications in ballet, pointe, pas de deux, children’s dance and anatomy, teacher prep and educational counseling.”
  • Peaches N’ Clean Housekeeping Services (Hillsboro, housecleaning services):

More on Peaches N’ Clean Housekeeping Services:

“This company is an awesome business, they go the extra miles with their customer service. They always have smiles on their faces. Their cleaning abilities are out of this world.”

  • Plexus Adira Design (Portland, graphic design)
  • R&ARIE (Portland, skin care)
  • Rapid Fire Arms (Sandy, gun sales): “This small business really helps our law enforcement by raising funds and [holding] other charity events.”
  • Rockriver Hair Supply (Portland, hair products): “A dream that was started in a kitchen in SE Portland. Bringing good products, at a reasonable price, into homes around the world.”
  • Shepherd’s Dream (Ashland, mattresses and bedding): “This family-owned (retail and online) local business has managed to work through this pandemic with perseverance and continue to offer the most natural handmade bedding options. They employ local and regional artisans to help produce and promote healthy alternatives in this throwaway, synthetic mattresses marketplace.”
  • Sherms Thunderbird Market (Medford, grocery):

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“This is a small family locally owned grocery company for over 60 years. The owner gives back to the community by donating funds or food to local organizations, schools, hospitals. He also is a huge supporter of 4-H and buys from the local auctions making sure every animal is purchased so the kids are proud of what they have done all year. The owner believes the customer always comes first. He also treats his employees well and has many who have been employed with him for well over 40+ years.”

  • Starv’n Marv’n Family Restaurant (Klamath Falls, restaurant): “They make their own hamburger buns and have a very nice establishment.”


  • A Little Off The Top (Harrah, beauty salon): “Jana is a beautician in the heart of our small town. We all love her and she brightens all our lives every day.”
  • American Building and Contracting (Longview, construction): “They work with customers by lowering their prices, especially when they are seniors or of lower means.”
  • Becca’s Diner (Ephrata, restaurant): “It is home-style cooking and a family restaurant that uses old family-inspired recipes. The staff right now is a mother and daughter. Very good food.”
  • Bella Vista Painting & Drywall (Vancouver, painting and drywall): “They keep prices for services very affordable… and though they are a fairly new small business, they are beginning to donate to community sports, etc.”
  • Bellingham Marine Repair (Bellingham, marine repair and boat motors):

More on Bellingham Marine Repair:

“Always there to help even when out on the water, listens and understand the problems and how to fix them. They are always friendly, considerate and very knowledgeable.”

  • Campfire Coffee (Tacoma, coffee shop): “A camping-themed coffee shop with a social goal to get diverse groups in nature. They roast their beans over a campfire for a delicious smoky flavor.”
  • Chopsticks Chinese Restaurant (Kent, restaurant): “Great Chinese food. Quick delivery.”
  • Deer Park Second Hand (Deer Park, secondhand retail): “The owners are constantly changing the the inventory. They lower the prices for customers that are down on their luck, or even give for free. Everything from antiques, collectables, housewares and clothing, etc.”
  • Evergreen Staples Funeral Home (Vancouver, funeral services)
  • Eyvind (Spokane, restaurant): “Tony Brown has done so much for our small city to bring in a newer, more worldly and palate-awakening flavors. He has three restaurants he had to keep open during the pandemic, and with blood, sweat and tears he made it happen.”
  • Jersey Mike’s (Covington, restaurant):

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“This franchisee is amazing in the community by donating sandwiches to schools [and] charities. He’s contributed to so many good causes!”

  • Just Joel’s Cafe (Kennewick, restaurant): “The owner of Joel’s has helped our community immensely. He has raised money for school supplies, shoes for kids, helping people that are hiring during COVID, feeding our doctors, nurses and police.”
  • Kokos Bartini (Kennewick, restaurant and bar): “Koko’s survived this past year by constantly being creative with every aspect of the business. They changed thing to cater to customers almost on a daily basis. For the most part, all original employees are still working strong and Koko’s is now busier than ever. All this on top of exceptional offerings from the only working executive chef in the Tri Cities, as well as mouthwatering designer martinis. Go Koko’s!”
  • Lucky Teriyaki (Tacoma, restaurant): “Best teriyaki, great customer service.”
  • Molly Moon’s (Seattle, ice cream shop): “Molly Moon’s is not just committed to making the absolute best ice cream in Washington, but they are outspoken advocates of social justice and building a more inclusive local community.”
  • Monster Graphics (Yakima, graphic design of signs and wraps for cars):

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“They stayed open during this pandemic even though they had no income. Workers showed up every day just in case there was a customer that needed something.”

  • Northwest Media Collective (Vancouver, website design and digital marketing): “This business is great because the owners really care about other local businesses and people. They are always trying to look out for their clients and put their employee’s needs first.”
  • Poker Pete’s Pizza (Kalama, pizza parlor): “They have always put the community first in sponsoring youth sports all the way to donating sales when [they] can afford to kids in need with uniforms, food banks and holiday gifts.”
  • Powerful Resumes Plus (Lakewood, resume writing and career coaching):

More on Powerful Resumes Plus:

“Very knowledgeable and resourceful. Patricia Bogue is very professional and produces quality work. My resume always ended up in the top 3% due to the key words incorporated.”

  • Psychic Teaz (Maple Falls, tea company): “Psychic Teaz is a tea company that was started by a naturopath.He made teas to keep musicians on tour healthy. During the pandemic this company lost all of its retail outlets, and yet gave away tea with 8 antiviral herbs to hospital, grocery and postal workers for free.”
  • Rush Companies (Gig Harbor, construction and facilities management): “The customer is the most important part of what they do to take care of each one.”
  • Sluys Poulsbo Bakery (Poulsbo, bakery): “Everything made from scratch!”
  • Tacoma Soap Refillery (Tacoma, zero waste home products): “Tacoma Soap Refillery’s mission is to make reducing single use plastic containers and other disposable products easier.”
  • Third Place Books (Seattle, bookstore and cafe): “This local small business puts a big emphasis on the community and is always offering events geared toward local families. They stepped up in a big way with educational resources when kids were first sent home from school.”

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