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Marlowe Keller Graduation

Marlowe Keller will graduate from the University of Washington in a virtual ceremony on Saturday, June 13. Marlowe will graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology with a minor in English writing. During her time at UW, she worked as an undergraduate research assistant in the Department of Biology and co-authored a meta-analysis on achievement gaps in active learning that was published in PNAS. In her junior year, she was the Vice President of Membership of the Beta Beta Beta

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Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month: Country Bark

Country Bark is Deer Park’s premier landscape supply. Three years ago Deer Park natives Phil LaJiness, owner of Smileys Construction and Matt Barton, owner of Copper Creek Landscaping, purchased the business and have worked endlessly to renovate the property and update the equipment. We are friendly country folk who love our job, love our town and love our customers. We work with the local landscape companies and contractors, as well as with Scotts Family Tree nursery to provide you with full service attention!

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Urgent: Support the Deer Park Gazette

The Deer Park Gazette advertisers have been impacted by the government shutdown and financial strain. The majority of support for the Deer Park Gazette comes from advertising. There are several ways you can help support the Deer Park Gazette.

Become a Patron
Historically, patrons have supported creators to allow them to work and create as freely as possible. As a patron on the Patreon platform, you can have a direct impact on the future of the Deer Park Gazette. With each level of support, we provide a number of perks. Becoming a patron is easy to do and makes a big difference. Check out the rewards and let us know what you think. Your feedback is important. Go to DPGazette.com/patreon to become a patron.

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5 Tips For Marketing During A Pandemic

Disruptions in the economy can create great opportunities for businesses that are flexible and willing to invest in marketing. With tight budgets, marketing campaigns need to be cost-effective and efficient . Here are 5 tips to make sure you get the most out of your marketing efforts.

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Free Job Postings & Ad Discounts

The shutdown has impacted all local businesses in one way or another. The Gazette is no expectation. Our community is stronger when we work together. The Gazette is making a few changes to help everyone out. Advertising Changes: Job Classifieds, up to 150 words, are free for advertisers with paid monthly ads.  Ads that are prepaid for May to July will be given a 20% discount. Contact Richie Schut via [email protected] or call 509-292-6767. Below is a link to the Deer Park Gazette Media Kit which includes all the details about the ads and prices. Deer Park GazetteMedia Kit

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Gearing Up for Spring

The beautiful blue skies of spring are finally appearing and the temperatures are rising! Many pets and their owners are excited to start heading outside to enjoy the mild weather and sunshine.

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Working Remotely

In changing economic times, small businesses often have an advantage in adapting quickly to the new normal. Whatever that may be…

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Digital Inheritance

When a loved one passes, family and friends are often left with an unexpected inheritance. The digital inheritance has become just as significant as the tangible items left behind. How this data is handled can have a lasting impact.

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25 Years Of Kookies

Kritter Kookies Bakery celebrates its 25th year anniversary of manufacturing Smackin’ Snax all natural chicken liver pet treats. Lucy Gladhart purchased the business 10 years ago from the original owner in Loon Lake. She moved the business close to home in Deer Park inside of the Ruff N It Dog Day Camp.

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